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The Worse program I never seen!!,
This review is from: Tibet: Cry of the Snow Lion  [DVD] (DVD)I looked other people's reviews before I bought this DVD,but I was really disappointing after I have watched this DVD..and I am not surprised only sale for £3.99...I rather have a cup coffee really.. anyway, don't wast your money and your time! You can not find the truth on Western medium or broadcaster today..Go to Tibet and ask Tibetan people there before you make your own judgement, you may get surprised.
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Initial post: 26 Jul 2008 17:00:21 BDT
Mr. T. Y. W. Kent says:
Mr.WU obviously represents the oppressive Chinese regime. It would be helpful if he could learn English e.g. 'I was really disappointing' as are we all in your people's disregard for human rights -supporting Mugabe at the UN???? Incidentally, The worse program I NEVER seen. This means that you didn't watch it. QED.
In reply to an earlier post on 6 Oct 2008 17:54:28 BDT
Mr Wu, you're not Chinese by any chance?!
In reply to an earlier post on 15 Dec 2008 13:44:09 GMT
Mr. Simon J. Phillips says:
Oh dear Mr Wu. Your a rather ignorant man. Go to tibet and ask Tibetians? What so they can be arrested and detained afterwards? No thanks.
Posted on 28 Jan 2009 10:04:31 GMT
Last edited by the author on 28 Jan 2009 10:06:05 GMT
Read Indian says:
Wu, as others have noticed, you seem to be one of those Chinese who think pointing out the wrongs of their own government is a slur on the Chinese people themselves. Misiformed and tragic imperialist adventures are borne out of such attitude - and that's not limited to the Chinese people. Look at the idiotic 'war on terror' and the immense suffering it has wrecked on people around the globe because American people could not stand to criticise their own government for its atrocities.
Tibet could have continued as an independent culture - not at odds with China but as a friendly neighbour. China did not have to invade, run pogorms, and 'reform' these peaceful and unique people to achieve the Chinese geo-political strategic goals. Sad that 'going to ask the Tibetans' - which incidentally is now populated by mainland Chinese majority - is your lame response. You do not have to apologize for your government, but compassion for those at the receiving end is not weakness either. Going for a coffee instead, however, just shows inhuman apathy and bullheadedness.
In reply to an earlier post on 28 Jan 2009 21:17:09 GMT
Last edited by the author on 29 Jan 2009 23:39:04 GMT
The Wolf says:
Gosh you are getting a bit of a pasting aren't you Mr Wu ?!
The systematic slaughter, torture and enforced relocation
of the Tibetan people is an incontestable fact.
China continues to ride roughshod over a proud people and their culture while
The West turns a blind eye, sucking up to China's new capitalist face and licking
it's lips in anticipation of the economic opportunities which will, of course, follow.
The British government's increasing collusion with that process is
obscene....as are your own grubby little views !
Posted on 23 Feb 2009 14:53:46 GMT
Come on guys, let's not blame the reviewer for what is happening in Tibet. Just because he may be Chinese doesn't mean he isn't entitled to an opinion. I find most of these comments made here aggressive and repressive and much in line with their makers' views on the Chinese government. Slamming him for his non-fluent English would also seem ill advised.
In reply to an earlier post on 11 Jun 2009 11:53:37 BDT
Last edited by the author on 15 Jun 2009 21:26:33 BDT
Matt Chase says:
I agree with Francis regarding unfair and personal remarks regarding Mr Wu's nationality. It is sad as here they all lose the argument and the point is missed. Propaganda is propaganda and thus if Mr Wu is responding from a place of his own experience then he has a right to believe in what he thinks is true.
I have been to Tibet, Nepal and India and met many Tibetans. In Tibet itself I didn't hear a single word against the Chinese.... I could of course have let that convince my ego that all is well. Meeting Tibetans lucky enough to escape, yes escape over the border, in Nepal and India was a very different story. But really, with the greatest respect to Mr Wu; we do all really know what still goes on in Tibet and how the people are treated - everyone does. That is reality - not propaganda and I suggest we use this knowledge to pray for these beautiful people, and maybe even for a miracle; hey why not? xx
Posted on 4 Aug 2009 00:32:13 BDT
French legal translator says:
Mr Wu is an agent of the Chinese government. So he was paid to put this absurd comment on the net.
In reply to an earlier post on 8 Feb 2010 00:38:14 GMT
M. K. S. Sabbineni says:
hi i guess its a late reply...and wonder the attitude of chinese governemnt's argument 'that tibet is part of chinese 'kingdom' and hence claims it and alos arunachal pradesh in India.... and the islamists int he west of india pledge to bring islam rule in india back.....hmm...and india with china on east and islamic extremists in west...has to fight for the sovergnity of its 'boundaries'..... wat if Indians pledge to bring the rule in the regions of the greatest king of ashoka and chandra gupta maourya back, which engulfs upto iran in east and burma in the west, including tibet/nepal, as was buddism in its prime...ohh ..if buddism is the centre...ig uess china comes under the wing of ashoka.... lmao....anyway... its one world and all world fighting against itself...for political and financial advantages of few people.....hmmm....i wudnt want to reborn as human...may b a dolphin or a bird of paradise or even a hen, atleast i wud be eaten to satisfy a hungry stomach....ha ha
Posted on 8 Nov 2010 06:16:46 GMT
Mr. Martin G. Short says:
You really are not much better at disguising your intentions than some Nigerian so called banker trying to get hold of my bank details. You are an apologist for the repressive Chinese regime that has the worst human rights record on the planet and has illegally occupied a sovereign nation for decades, We should all be boycotting Chinese goods until they get out of Tibet instead of accepting shiploads of cheap products on a daily basis. If it says Made in China on the label leave it in the shop.