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Old 01-12-2016, 09:54 AM
 
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I feel really sorry about Tibetians
They are fine. No need to be sorry.
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Old 01-12-2016, 09:58 AM
 
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Yapping about the "eating dogs and rhino horn" nonsense makes the Chinese state look bad. Good thing you're not posting these comments from China.
No it doesn't.
Does eating fois gras making France look bad? I am eating it now.
You can find such matters with every single country in the world. For China now, protecting dog rights is far from their priority, no matter how westerners think. No one is obligated to love dogs. Maybe westerners should think how Indians' feelings before eating beef like crazy? Oh no, other culture doesn't matter I suppose.
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Old 01-12-2016, 11:45 PM
 
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Tibet is not a part of china but they both follow same priciples.
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Old 01-13-2016, 10:00 AM
 
Location: Fort Collins, USA
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No it doesn't.
Does eating fois gras making France look bad? I am eating it now.
You can find such matters with every single country in the world. For China now, protecting dog rights is far from their priority, no matter how westerners think. No one is obligated to love dogs. Maybe westerners should think how Indians' feelings before eating beef like crazy? Oh no, other culture doesn't matter I suppose.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poe's_law
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Old 01-13-2016, 03:22 PM
 
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No it doesn't.
Does eating fois gras making France look bad? I am eating it now.
You can find such matters with every single country in the world. For China now, protecting dog rights is far from their priority, no matter how westerners think. No one is obligated to love dogs. Maybe westerners should think how Indians' feelings before eating beef like crazy? Oh no, other culture doesn't matter I suppose.
No, the way a country or a people treat its weakest, like disabled people, the sick and its animals is a deep reflection of how evolved that culture or country is. Face it, much of Chinese culture is barbaric and medieval, regardless of your foolish attempt to divert the argument to some some hindu love for cow gods. The more you make excuses for the Chinese, the worse it gets.

If you think China should feel good when it compares favorably with India, then you set the bar really low for China, a country that supposedly has thousands of years of "culture" and huge superpower potentials. It all becomes BS when so many Chinese peasants pick their noses in public and slurp down stews and barbeques made from stolen and sick dogs butchered right in the alleyways. That's not civilization, sweetie. China is grotesque on many levels.

The japanese and their slaughtering of dolphins and whales is equally deplorable. But at least the japanese are clean and far more polite.
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Old 01-13-2016, 08:42 PM
 
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No, the way a country or a people treat its weakest, like disabled people, the sick and its animals is a deep reflection of how evolved that culture or country is. Face it, much of Chinese culture is barbaric and medieval, regardless of your foolish attempt to divert the argument to some some hindu love for cow gods. The more you make excuses for the Chinese, the worse it gets.
How about this version?

The way a country or a people treat other humans abroad is a deep reflection of how evolved that culture or country is.

How many humans has the US killed abroad after WWII?

What a racist you are, well, as always.
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Old 01-13-2016, 11:29 PM
 
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No Tibet was never a part of china if you read the history ==> Tibet and China: A History of Conflict - WSJ that is why Dalai Lama was thrown out of Tibet.
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Old 01-14-2016, 02:51 AM
 
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No Tibet was never a part of china if you read the history ==> Tibet and China: A History of Conflict - WSJ that is why Dalai Lama was thrown out of Tibet.
He wasn't "thrown out of Tibet.". He ran away. If he had any guts, he would have stayed with his people to "face" the Chinese. In Chinese politics, once you run away, you are irrelevant. Stop drinking the Free Tibet kool-aid.
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Old 01-14-2016, 02:55 AM
 
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How about this version?

The way a country or a people treat other humans abroad is a deep reflection of how evolved that culture or country is.

How many humans has the US killed abroad after WWII?

What a racist you are, well, as always.
Don't be simple. I never said the US was or is a saint. I have no love for US foreign policy, and if this thread is about that subject, you can be sure to get a taste of what I think. But it's about China, so you don't get to divert the topic. I call it like it is. Plenty of Chinese have dirty habits. And eating dogs in the most brutal way is also unacceptable. You know all this so there's no sense in arguing.
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Old 01-14-2016, 09:10 AM
 
Location: Fort Collins, USA
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He wasn't "thrown out of Tibet.". He ran away. If he had any guts, he would have stayed with his people to "face" the Chinese. In Chinese politics, once you run away, you are irrelevant. Stop drinking the Free Tibet kool-aid.
Easy for you to say. How many times have you had to deal with an invading army? But think about those poor Tibetan dogs, forcibly annexed into a country where they might be eaten.
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