China's prime minister visits Auschwitz
China's prime minister paid homage on Friday to the victims of the Nazi Auschwitz death camp, saying lessons drawn from it should help build a safer world.
Posted on 26 April 2012 | 4:57 am
Chinese prime minister offers support for
Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao has offered his country's support for Europe and its common currency amid the eurozone's debt crisis.
Posted on 25 June 2011 | 4:03 am
Chinese PM dismisses EU criticism
Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao on Wednesday dismissed criticism from European officials of his country's economic and financial policies, ending a day of talks at the EU headquarters on a sour note.
Posted on 6 October 2010 | 3:30 am
Man tried in UK for tossing shoe at Chinese
A German student at Britain's Cambridge University is standing trial for allegedly throwing a shoe at Chinese Premier Minister Wen Jiabao.
Posted on 1 June 2009 | 7:15 am
Protester hurls shoe at Chinese PM during UK
A protester hurled abuse and then a shoe at China's premier Monday while he delivered a speech on the global economy at Cambridge University.
Posted on 1 February 2009 | 7:37 am
Resolved Question: China marks anniversary
AFP News – 40 minutes ago,
China Sunday marked the fifth anniversary of the Sichuan earthquake which killed more than 80,000 but some said questions remained over the thousands of children who died as their schools collapsed.
The 8.0 magnitude earthquake struck the southwestern province of Sichuan on the afternoon of May 12, 2008, with its epicentre at Wenchuan county. Another 4.45 million were hurt in China's worst quake in more than three decades.
The mouthpiece of the ruling Communist Party, the People's Daily, praised government efforts towards reconstruction but outspoken Internet commentators remembered the thousands of children who died.
"It's the fifth anniversary of the earthquake as well as Mother's Day. Hard to forget those young faces lying under the school buildings," said Fengguo De Wuhou 1117 on a microblog.
"Five years and the promise to thoroughly investigate the 'tofu-built' projects in the quake area still lingers around the ears," said the posting, using a Chinese phrase for shoddy construction.
Thousands of children died and 7,000 schools were badly damaged in the earthquake, triggering accusations of poor construction and corruption, especially as some other buildings nearby remained standing.
Calls for transparency from the government on how many students were killed led to beatings and arrests of activists, including dissident artist Ai Weiwei.
Ai on Sunday tweeted a link to his work "Remembrance", voice recordings of people reading the names of students who died in the earthquake, which he puts at more than 5,000 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GFHrRLEy5yI).
Ai was badly beaten by police when he tried to testify in support of activist Tan Zuoren, who had investigated the school buildings.
The state-run People's Daily newspaper called the earthquake a "grave catastrophe" but said the recovery was a symbol of China's strength.
"In less than three years, the Wenchuan disaster zone has completed the task of reconstruction with impressive speed," the newspaper said in a front-page commentary.
"To achieve a new victory of building a prosperous society, this is the best way to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the Wenchuan earthquake," it said.
That 6.6-magnitude tremor centred in Sichuan's Lushan county killed 196 people, with 21 missing and more than 13,000 injured, according to state media. @ eliteeiji, thanks for reciting CCP's stance. Quote,
"regarding the tofu building?
remain rumor spreading among the people
the standard required in china- are quite low before the earthquake
sichuan never experience such big earthquake before -standard are low"
Haven't your masters told you Sichuan is in the heart of a quake zone for thousands of years?
Japan is also situated in a quake zone, the caring and democratic Japanese government does not take long to have all buildings and infrastructures built in the highest standards so almost none or very few casualties are reported throughout the years. The drastic difference in quake casulties between China and Japan obviously is between a caring and responsible government vs a corrupted, greedy and cruel regime. @ The Professional, Thanks for sharing your professional thoughts. I'd just like to remind that you've to be very careful with everything inclu the emails and messages started to receive from CCP Yahoo Answer members once your political stance is made known on here. It's not hard for these people, some are actually CCP agents/spies, to locate your whereabouts as you start disclosing more about yourself through your posts and all your open answers.
We've often seen some respectful outspoken Chinese Nationals immediately "disappear" from Yahoo Answer after their dislike of CCP is expressed on here. I'ld give everyone a BEST Answer except one. Thanks for all the great answers, I'll let the Vote to decide. Cheers. EDIT
CCP is a whole bunch of greedy, ruthless gangsters who do things totally out of their private pockets greed.
Similar to Tibetans and Xinjiangers, Hongkongers are increasingly fed up of the loads of ruthless, ill-mannered and greedy Mainlanders deliberately dumped onto HK by CCP, destroying peace and cultures there.
Since 1997 merging with China, CCP has already dumped 900,000 ruthless and poor Mainland immigrants to HK, these people are lazy, not follow the cultures and traditions of Hongkongers, and expect HK taxpayers to hand them all the free benefits. We have one good example on Yahoo Answer, CCP the Lap Dog.
The displease of Hongkongers towards CCP/Mainlanders purposedly diluting HK's cultures and traditions is expressed as follows by bloggers there,
Greedy, corrupted and abusive Mainlanders should all be expelled out of the city perm
Posted on 11 May 2013 | 3:57 pm
Resolved Question: After 10 years of rule,
Sean4, Well said! Perhaps China's recorded 200,000 protests across the country in 2011 helps to explain how helpless ordinary Chinese People react to the iron fists rule. Pengju, Thanks for the great answer! You're a respectful Chinese national with good reasonings and judgements. Lets pray that China able to "evolve peacefully" to an Open, FREE and Fair country in the not too distant future. Pengju, DL and her comrades will contact you to lure you into the CCP propaganda gang.
Posted on 30 November 2012 | 6:27 am
Resolved Question: How did Wen Jiabao get $2
Does the communist party pay that much?
And why did their government block the New York Times article about it?
Are they ashamed of something?
Posted on 25 October 2012 | 10:40 pm
Resolved Question: Do you think that China
Do you think that China Premier Wen Jiabao always makes a decision out of people's interests and doesn't take his personal interests into consideration? @Steve, how do you know that?
Posted on 16 March 2012 | 8:21 pm
Resolved Question: Do you think that China
Do you think that China Premier Wen Jiabao really serves his people with heart and soul and doesn't care much about his self-interest? Why doesn't he?
Posted on 16 March 2012 | 8:15 pm