Chinese Officials Ordered Not to Smoke in Public

Monday, January 6, 2014

The Communist Party of China has forbidden officials to smoke in public places such as government offices, schools and hospitals. It also forbids tobacco companies from sponsoring government or CPC events. Here are the feelings of the Chinese people.

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Chinese Government Excited to Obfuscate Latest Tragedy

Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Li Keqiang in Sichuan

BEIJING – Following the earthquake in Sichuan which has left at least 184 dead, high-level sources within the Chinese government confirmed that they were excited to begin the campaign of dissembling and obfuscation in response to the latest tragedy.

“We’ve learned a lot since 2008,” one official said. “This time, we aim to more efficiently withhold information from the Chinese public.”

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American Presidential Race Turns Chinese Off Democracy

Monday, October 29, 2012
Barack Obama and Mitt Romney demonstrating why democracy just doesn't work

BEIJING — Americans aren’t the only ones disillusioned by the vitriolic presidential race this year. New research shows that a large number of Chinese citizens who previously supported democratic reforms are now questioning the intelligence of a system that allows politicians to spend nearly two years trying to become president instead of doing the jobs for which they were elected.

According to a recent Pew Research Center poll, the number of Chinese who said they admire American-style democracy declined by 64% since the beginning of the 2012 campaign season, with the sharpest drop during the Republican primaries.

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