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Old July 12th, 2006, 07:09 AM   #1
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西藏事件和达赖喇嘛

为什么同样是铁路,在美国就是“工业化的奇迹”,在印度是“造福于人民”,而到了中国就变成了“对藏族文化的破坏”,并且成为一些西方媒体热衷于讨论的话题呢?西方某些媒体是在真正关心西藏的发展吗?
青藏铁路通车是件举世瞩目的大事,西方媒体当然也不甘寂寞,它们有的是派记者乘坐从北京开往拉萨的列车,沿途采访报道,有的发表多篇评论,还有的就此在网上展开讨论 青藏铁路作为一个基础建设的大项目,又是出现在经济迅速发展的中国,它的引人注目本来并没有什么值得大惊小怪的。但是,透过某些西方媒体对青藏铁路的报道和评论,我们感觉到的却是一种酸溜溜的目光、一种相当阴暗的心理。历史车轮已经驶入了21世纪,可这些人的心态似乎仍然停留在半个多世纪以前对新中国的敌视中  稍稍学过一些历史的人就会知道,对许多发达国家来说,铁路的开通曾在现代化的过程中发挥了十分重要的作用。100多年前,美国总统林肯签署了《太平洋铁路法》,从而使一条连接太平洋和大西洋的铁路成为现实。即使是在今天,我们仍然能够从美国的教科书、历史书上读到这样的高度评价:“建筑铁路对美国西部开发起了巨大的推动和促进作用”,“铁路在美国历史上书写了一页新篇章”。对于正在实现工业化的发展中国家来说,铁路的作用更是不容低估,西方学者和媒体对这一点也十分清楚。比如,直到今天,它们在介绍或报道印度时,还常常会提及当年英国殖民者修建的铁路和铁路带来的好处。在《剑桥插图大英帝国史》一书中有这样的描述:“铁路对印度的经济产生了巨大的影响。铁路催生了一个为印度经济发展提供基础的工业,并首次为经济一体化创造了条件。此外,铁路对印度社会产生了巨大影响,使人们能够大规模的迁徙。”去年英国的《卫报》曾有过这样的赞美之辞:“在印度,再也没有像铁路这样把整个国家连在一起的东西了……从广义上说,铁路给了印度团结的感觉。”
  但是,铁路修在了中国,似乎就没那么多好处了,一些西方媒体最近刊登的有关青藏铁路的报道就反映了这种奇怪的变化。《纽约时报》有篇报道的标题是“最后一站,拉萨:铁路将遥远的西藏与中国连接在一起”。作者将西藏与中国并列,显然别有用意。文中则借所谓“西藏和西方批评人士”的话称,这条铁路“牺牲了藏族人民的利益换取了汉族人的利益”。任何读过这篇报道的人都会感觉到,这看似客观的报道,实际上是在传递着一种带有强烈偏见的信息。英国广播公司的网站也运用同样的“技巧”,借“批评人士”之口说,“耗费42亿美元的青藏铁路是北京破坏西藏文化的一部分。北京鼓励汉人迁入西藏,同化藏人”,并煞有介事地要就这个题目展开讨论
为什么同样是铁路,在美国就是“工业化的奇迹”,在印度是“造福于人民”,而到了中国就变成了“对藏族文化的破坏”,并且成为一些西方媒体热衷于讨论的话题呢?这不能不让人们打一个大大的问号:西方某些媒体是在真正关心西藏的发展吗  按照某些西方人士的逻辑,西藏似乎就不应该有铁路,就不应该发展交通,就应当永远与世隔绝。恰如一位读者在给《纽约时报》的信中所说,如果《纽约时报》的报道中所说的逻辑能够成立的话,现代化、工业化的历史就不得不重写了。  其实,铁路还是一样的铁路,两条轨道一条线,不一样的是看铁路的人的心态与眼光。长期以来,西方某些人士表面上总是装出一副十分关心西藏发展的样子,常常就西藏的文化和环境发表看法,可实际上,他们关心的却是自己的政治理念,关心的是如何用这样的政治理念来解读或评价中国的发展,而西藏人民的利益不过是他们用来实现政治目的的工具而已。当然,他们这样做,也有一个好处,那就是让我们看到了他们内心深处的所思所想,让我们又一次领教了某些西方媒体所宣称的“客观与公正”。
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Old July 12th, 2006, 11:55 AM   #2
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西方人,尤其是英国人酸溜溜的。
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Old July 16th, 2006, 01:30 PM   #3
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没得办法的事
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Old July 16th, 2006, 02:46 PM   #4
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of course not, they care more about preserving poverty
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Old July 16th, 2006, 09:23 PM   #5
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Who cares? They are just pathetic losers.
I watch CNN everyday, when it comes to China related, I switch it off. Thank god, not too much. Good for my TV.
The real biased media is not in China, it's in the other side of the world.
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Old July 16th, 2006, 09:33 PM   #6
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Quote:
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The real biased media is not in China, it's in the other side of the world.
Chinese media is no less biased than Western media. In fact, I doubt ANY media is unbiased as all the reportings are done by humans and one our many flaws is that no matter how objective we try to be, some, if not all, of our bias will still carry over.

But the important thing is, the West is constantly CLAIMING to be unbiased and objective when they are not.
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Old July 17th, 2006, 04:20 AM   #7
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Chinese media is no less biased than Western media. In fact, I doubt ANY media is unbiased as all the reportings are done by humans and one our many flaws is that no matter how objective we try to be, some, if not all, of our bias will still carry over.

But the important thing is, the West is constantly CLAIMING to be unbiased and objective when they are not.
totally agree

the most important thing is ,we should konw they are biased .Every media.

but most west do not think so,they undoubtfuly believe what their media told them.
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Old July 17th, 2006, 05:10 AM   #8
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At least Chinese media is that hypocritical, and that makes it far less disgusting.
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Old July 17th, 2006, 07:04 AM   #9
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At least Chinese media is that hypocritical, and that makes it far less disgusting.
I agree this point, too
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Old July 21st, 2006, 10:32 AM   #10
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totally agree

the most important thing is ,we should konw they are biased .Every media.

but most west do not think so,they undoubtfuly believe what their media told them.
Very true!
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Old March 22nd, 2008, 04:38 PM   #11
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One question for someone's answer

well, since brutal riots happened in China Tibetan area, lots of fussy and snoopy westen medias and people probed their noses everywhere and ranted ridiculous "insights" like the almighty experts.
I just dunno, why west people are showing the overvigor on this issue? whereby do they "school" us "right from wrong"? What if we take the malicious and ill-advice as a big pile of shit, what would occur? Do they really think they are holding the highland in morality? Or all their purposes are to blow up us discrediting and disgracing?
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新加坡支持中国 解决西藏暴力事件(来源香港文汇报)

【本报讯】据中央社新加坡25日电:国际社会谴责中国以「武力镇压」西藏,新加坡外交部针对此发表声明,表示新加坡政府支持中国政府的政策,那就是「以最少的武力,保护其人民的性命和财产免受暴徒危害」。

 新加坡政府24日深夜发表的这项声明,公开支持中国以武力对付西藏骚乱分子。对于国际间已有抵制北京奥运的呼声,声明也表示,新加坡反对将奥林匹克运动会政治化。声明说,新加坡注意到中国总理温家宝表示愿意在「一个中国」和「放弃暴力」的基础上,和西藏精神领袖达赖喇嘛会谈。声明指出,西藏局势已经平静下来,新加坡对此感到安心。
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Singapore says backs China's policy on Tibet unrest
SINGAPORE, March 25 (Reuters) - Singapore said on Tuesday it supports China's policy in the handling of the unrest in Tibet and opposes politicisation of the Olympic Games.
"Singapore supports the declared policy of the Chinese Government to protect the lives and property of its citizens from violent demonstrators with minimum use of force," the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement in response to the situation in Tibet.
"We note the comment of Premier Wen Jiabao that China is prepared to hold dialogue with the Dalai Lama based on 'One China' and the renunciation of violence, and we are relieved that the situation in Tibet is calming down," the Singapore statement added.
China alleges the exiled Dalai Lama, Tibet's spiritual leader, was conspiring to wreck the Beijing Olympic Games this summer and masterminded the wave of protests that began with peaceful rallies in Tibet's capital Lhasa on March 10.
Five days later, the marches erupted into a riot in Lhasa in which China says 19 were killed. The Tibetan government-in-exile in India raised its death toll in the clashes to 130 on Monday.
Although there have been few reports of new violence or protests in recent days, the Xinhua news agency said on Tuesday that a mob armed with stones and knives had killed an armed Chinese policeman in a Tibetan part of western China.
The Dalai Lama has repeatedly denied he is behind the protests and violence. (Reporting by Daryl Loo; Editing by Jerry Norton)
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Old March 31st, 2008, 07:09 AM   #14
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宣传西藏真相,维护祖国统一 3.29多伦多机会图片 (Protest Against Tibet Riots, 3.29, Toronto, PICs)

3.29 1 pm. Yonge-Dundas Square. Estimated attendance: 3000-4000




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对面有7,8个SB ZD,不少兄弟扛着国旗往对面冲,几次都被警察拦了回来,有一个兄弟被抓走了,最后拿着旗子过去的人太多,警察也管不过来。
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Old March 31st, 2008, 07:14 AM   #15
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Old March 31st, 2008, 08:39 AM   #16
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can't see ALL the pics.
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Old March 31st, 2008, 08:42 AM   #17
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can't see ALL of them?
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Old March 31st, 2008, 09:24 AM   #18
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看不到图片。但对活动非常支持。
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Old March 31st, 2008, 07:41 PM   #19
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The contrast is amazing. The pro-rioter demonstrations we have seen these days in Canada and other countries were full of violent protesters whose faces expressed hate. Now look at all those peaceful people I am a little surprised, I would have expected some kind of "fury" after so much media manipulation, but the pics you have posted don't show any sign of uncivilised behaviour. Very good.
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Peaceful demonstration in Germany supporting a united China and voicing against media bias:

http://ourvoice.de/Our%20Voice/Opening.html
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