Zanim napisałem dzisiejszy tekst przejrzałem jak zawsze wiadomości i blogosferę. Moją uwagę przykuł tekst Jia Jia (贾葭) dziennikarza i blogera z Hong Kongu. Generalnie nie jestem zwolennikiem re-blogowania, ale dzisiaj zrobię wyjątek, bo naprawdę warto.
Jia Jia(贾葭) is an editor and commentator with the iSunAffairs Weekly in Hong Kong.Link to the original is here.
A while ago, my neighbor’s Japanese car had its tires slashed, and a note was posted on its windshield that read: “Driving a Japanese car is equal to treason!” I advised him to take it easy. Although Japanese cars are fuel-efficient, driving them can be risky in China. Later on he switched to an American car, saying that young people have never protested American goods. I said of course, if they protest American goods, they can start by taking their computers apart and returning to the abacus.
With regards to America, it seems that everyone’s stuck between love and hate. When I was small, the image of imperial America was extremely evil where milk flowed in abundance but people died of hunger left and right. When Bill Clinton…
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