Of course, there are always some people on here who will defend the actions of this criminal regime.BEIJING (AFP) – China on Tuesday told journalists they must "cooperate" with police and respect the country's laws, after several foreign reporters were roughed up in a crackdown on calls for anti-government rallies.
I guess to Jiang, "reasonable guidance" includes shoving and beating..."The police provided reasonable guidance, and the journalists should understand and cooperate," foreign ministry spokeswoman Jiang Yu told a news conference.
Well, Huntsman can call it as he sees it as he will be returning to the States soon to explore a run for the Republican nomination. Nice to see him call out the criminal Chinese government for what it has done.US ambassador Jon Huntsman issued a strong statement about Sunday's events, saying: "This type of harassment and intimidation is unacceptable and deeply disturbing."
Huntsman called on China to "hold the perpetrators accountable for harassing and assaulting innocent individuals" and "respect internationally recognised conventions that guarantee freedom of the press and freedom of expression".
Nor is reporting on what is happening. Of course, China doesn't want anyone to know what things are really like. They just want everyone to read the China Daily and to go where the approved tour operators take foreign tourists with approved translators as the vast majority of them are not functional in Chinese...Media watchdog Reporters without Borders condemned the "thuggish attitude" of the police, adding: "The Communist Party needs to understand that free expression is not a crime."