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2011 World University Games: Burning The Books

The opening ceremony of the 2011 World University Games in Shenzhen, China started with "Burning the Books".(screenshot)

It certainly fits well with communist party ideology.

Once a Chinese high official suggested: "Chairman Mao has already found the truth of this world, and his words are the truth. So why do we need any more books? we may just read Chairman Mao's book, and get rid of all other books!?"

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Spoke person for Foreigner Affairs. of the Communist China, Jiang Yu. (screenshot)

Air quality in many cities of China has already passed the safe level for human habitation, and the recent alarm over Beijing's famously bad air quality is not new.

During last week's publicity of Beijing's lethal air pollution, Chinese netizens were busy replying on a blog of the famous Nando newspaper, to a statement by the spokesperson for the Chinese regime's Foreign Affairs Department, Ms Jiang Yu, hitting back at international media reports.

Jiang Yu apparently said that according to international conventions, the area where the United States Embassy in Beijing sits is United States territory, therefore the air data monitored in that area only indicates that the air quality of America is not good.

Jiang Yu is a familiar figure to the international media and to Chinese netizens, often "defending the indefensible" as she tries to cover up the Chinese communist regimes's atrocities.

Jiang Yu's comments on US Embassy air quality attracted thousands of responses in an hour, many people saying that they cannot believe the shamless and low character of the regime's dog, Jiang, but others saying that it is in line with the communist regime's usual attempts to prove that black is white.

 

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