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Anonymous Reader :

新疆和西藏是中国领地。Xinjiang and Xizang are Chinese territories. Your dream will turn into a nightmare. Your hope will be dashed.

Jan 26, 2018 08:29 AM

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Lee from Amsterdam :

Being called Intellectual in A Terror state like china, in itself is oxymoron ! There are No Intellectuals in china, just a handful of people, who have not lost sense of being truthful, who still cling to old fashioned notions of justice and decency in dealing with others, despite being bombarded with heavy government propaganda 24/7 and facing sure death in Terror state like china ! I hope one day East Turkestan and Tibet will be truly free from the colonizer terror state of china and can continue to practice their culture and religion.

Jan 25, 2018 04:06 AM

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maike from shanghai :

This is telling us that china will never have democracy. China is a shame of humanity. If the world is allowing china to grow,China will take over the world one day and good luck for all the peace lovers because you will have a new natzi leader which is called Chinese communist party

Jan 15, 2018 03:22 AM

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Anonymous Reader :

The Chinese dragnet will ensure that all two-faced , potential Uyghur terrorists, and Muslim fanatics are taken away and locked up before they could harm innocent civilians. Th most amusing part of his arrest was when state security police came to arrest Ghopur, he demanded to know why he was being taken away and an officer told him he had exhibited “nationalistic tendencies,” before reading some of the conversations on the messaging app WeChat that they had monitored.

Jan 13, 2018 02:32 AM

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