CCTV host Chai Jing labeled a “traitor” for giving birth in the US

Alia | February 19th, 2014 - 3:54 am
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Giving birth in the US is the new original sin in China.

Biden’s UPenn commencement speech divides Chinese netizens in the US and back home

Alia | May 24th, 2013 - 6:29 pm
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US Vice President Biden’s “China bashing” and potentially “in-your-face racist” commencement speech at the University of Pennsylvania divides Chinese netizens overseas and back home, While Chinese students at UPenn demanded an apology, mainland netizens sided with Biden.

[Updated] China: “What’s bitten off of Apple’s logo is conscience.” Tim Cook apologized.

Alia | April 1st, 2013 - 4:17 am
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As part of a campaign against Apply by China’s state media. one Chinese law professor came up with a theory of the meaning of the bite on Apple’s logo. Chinese netizens mocked Liu’s comments and gave their own views on why China is going after Apple.

New meme song from Li Shuangjiang: American Soldiers Are Good For Nothing

Alia | February 27th, 2013 - 6:06 am
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An earlier song by famous singer Li Shuangjiang, whose son was recently detained for gang rape, became a new meme song on the Chinese Internet. Its name is American Soldiers Are Good For Nothing.

Heated discussion among Chinese netizens: Should China allow its people the right to carry guns?

Alia | December 15th, 2012 - 12:16 am
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Two horrible attacks on school children at two elementary schools happened in both China and the US, one with no death, the other with 28 deaths. The only difference is the weapon held by the killer. The coincidence ignited heated discussions among Chinese netizens whether China should allow legal right to carry guns.

Left-behind American children in China

Alia | December 6th, 2012 - 6:16 am
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Among China’s vast troops of left-behind children, an even more special segment is left-behind foreign children whose parents are oftentimes illegal immigrants who work low-paid jobs on foreign lands. This is a story on the lives of about 10,000 such left-behind American children in Fuzhou, Fujian province.

Seeing too much coverage on Sandy, Chinese netizens call CCTV a stooge of the US

Alia | October 31st, 2012 - 1:24 am
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After being overwhelmed by CCTV’s coverage on Sandy, Chinese netizens called it “the conscience of the US” – that is the polite way of saying it. The impolite way is “CCTV is a stooge of the US.”

Chinese netizens deep in envy for Taiwan’s visa-free status to the US

Alia | October 4th, 2012 - 2:01 am
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This isn’t the first time when netizens in China complained about the limited use of a Chinese passport, but the fact that Taiwan enjoys much less visa restrictions than China does touched the nerves of many. It’s much more about a bit more freedom of traveling.

Who will be American’s next president? Chinese netizens have their answers

Alia | September 6th, 2012 - 4:32 am
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Americans apart, there is probably no other group than the Chinese netizens who are more keen on discussing the coming US Presidential Election. At the end of the day, who would Chinese netizens vote for?

City party chief fled China with 200m RMB

Alia | August 29th, 2012 - 6:25 pm
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When numerous reports are out about the rich fleeing the country and as China’s central government released “anti-flight” regulations to monitor “naked officials,” we see a real life example.