Anonymous says:
Sep 29, 2011 04:39 AM

Everybody in China should be fluent in Mandarin but the bilingual program could be modified. Teachers who refused to teach in Mandarin should find another job.

Anonymous says:
Oct 26, 2011 03:23 AM

The survival crisis faced by the Uyghur nation is not a laughable issue, the world has a vital interest in the well being and prosperity of the Uyghur nation.

Anonymous says:
Oct 03, 2011 06:17 AM

To the Chinese Commie Anon, are you fluent in English? I bet you are not, you should find another job in China. Plus the Uighurs are not Chinese, even your commie law did not say wipe out Uighur language and people from earth, but you are doing it for 60 years. Shut up spy!

Anonymous says:
Sep 30, 2011 02:23 AM

This is an example of colonialism/imperialism. When Japan ruled Korea as a colony, they forced the Koreans to learn Japanese. China is doing the same to Uighurs & Tibetans. Uighur & Tibetan students should be given the option of learning Mandarin & English but most classes should be in their native language.

Anonymous says:
Oct 07, 2011 04:27 AM

@anonymous Reader, everything you post is nonsense. "wipe out uighur language and people"? don't make me laugh, last time I read the uighur population has increased in the last 60 years. Are you an uighur or an ignorant westerner? If you are a westerner, butt off. We don't need your ignorant biased comments.

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