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10) Two Chinese tourists caught peeing in Sydney's Royal Botanic Gardens, one tries to resist arrest



Back in November, Sydney police had a run in with two Chinese tourists after catching them taking a piss on the city's Royal Botanic Gardens. That encounter ended with one of the visitors flat on the ground in handcuffs.

9) Parents gleefully film their out of control kids breaking a piece of art at Shanghai museum



A couple of mommy's little angels were caught on tape tearing apart a piece of artwork at a Shanghai museum in May. What's more, their parents were also caught on camera, filming their kids' act of destruction with a smile.

8) Chinese tourists in Japan climb cherry trees for pictures, get ridiculed on Japanese news



Back in April, Chinese visitors were photographed climbing Japan's iconic cherry trees, grabbing branches and just generally causing mayhem as broken blossoms rained down from above, all in the blind pursuit of snapping some pretty pictures.

7) Chinese tourists trash Jeju airport departure hall with ungodly amount of packaging from duty-free purchases



This year, South Korea's resort island of Jeju was ground zero for the wrath of misbehaving Chinese tourists. Even when leaving the island, mainland visitors caused trouble, leaving behind a completely insane amount of wrapping paper and packaging from their duty-free purchases on the airport floor.
 

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6) Chinese tourists apologize after being caught stealing a toilet seat from Japanese hotel



Two Chinese tourists were forced to apologize after being caught trying to take a little souvenir back with them from their trip to Japan -- a hotel room toilet seat that they had discovered underneath their bed. The travelers later claimed they had believed that the seat had been left there by the room's previous occupant.

5) Chinese passenger opens plane's emergency door to 'get some fresh air' while waiting for takeoff



While a China Southern Airlines plane was awaiting takeoff in March, one of the passengers thought it was getting a little stuffy inside the cabin and decided to just go ahead and crack the emergency exit for a bit.

4) Suspected mainland woman takes a dump right on the floor inside Hong Kong's MTR



A Hong Kong man surnamed Wong snapped some pictures inside the Tsim Sha Tsui Station of a woman squatting down and taking a shit surrounded by shocked subway commuters. Wong said that he suspected the woman and her companion were from the mainland because they spoke to each other in Mandarin.

3) Granny lets little girl pee right on airplane cabin floor during flight to Beijing



A fellow passenger said that the little girl announced her need to go potty. However, rather than escort her to the toilet, the granny simply took down the girl's pants. A few second later, passengers were horrified to hear a tinkling sound as the girl urinated on the floor.

2) Chinese tourists criticized after video of them shoveling food with plates at buffet in Thailand goes viral



A video starring a group of frenzied Chinese tourists using plates as shovels to gather shrimp at a hotel buffet in Thailand went viral back in March, seeming to confirm everyone's worst stereotypes about Chinese tourists.

1) Shanghai Disneyland gets trashed by thousands of tourists before it actually opens



With still a month to go before it actually opened, Shanghai Disneyland was swarmed over the May Day holiday by more than 100,000 tourists who administered a helpful shock test of the madness to come.
 

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Chinese Government Embarrassed After ‘Miniature Woman’ Photoshop Fail




If you’re looking to make an argument for the inherent superiority of Western-style capitalism, consider how difficult it apparently is to find a competent Photoshop jockey in the Communist world.

The latest example comes from the Eastern provinces of China, where what was supposed to be a heartwarming record of regional officials honoring the elderly turned into an internationally recognized example of how not to doctor a photograph.

The image, published on the Web site of the Civil Affairs department for the city of Ningguo and widely shared elsewhere, was supposed to show the city’s deputy mayor and three other officials paying their respects to a 103-year-old female resident of the city. It was subtly captioned: “Love and consideration for the elderly is a cherished Chinese tradition. They should feel the warmth of the party and the government.”

What the photo actually shows is three of the officials standing on a deck, and one hovering legless in the air, all circled around and smiling at one-third-size replica of an elderly woman. Note also the subtle gradations in lighting between the honoree and the honorers, and the way the porch railing seems to magically pierce one man’s ghostly figure.
 

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Officials “inspecting” a road at Lihong. Picture: Huili County Government Source: Supplied

The year before another picture went viral after the Huili County website showed a picture of officials inspecting a newly completed highway.
 

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Can somebody enlighten me about the reason given to admit PRC in UN replacing ROC in 1971?
 

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Can somebody enlighten me about the reason given to admit PRC in UN replacing ROC in 1971?
Nukes. They came to the realization that it's better to have the enemy in your tent than out of it. Had we gone ahead with our own nuclear program and made a detonation by 1966-1970, we would have been a permanent UN member too, just like the Chinese. Remember, back in 1971 China was considered poorer and more backward than India. Only their few nuclear bombs gave them such a status. The 1998 test was too late for us to gain any international standing IMO.
 

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Nukes. They came to the realization that it's better to have the enemy in your tent than out of it. Had we gone ahead with our own nuclear program and made a detonation by 1966-1970, we would have been a permanent UN member too, just like the Chinese. Remember, back in 1971 China was considered poorer and more backward than India. Only their few nuclear bombs gave them such a status. The 1998 test was too late for us to gain any international standing IMO.
There was no principled stance , law or argument that was applied? What's the significance of UNSC then?
 

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Bakchodi.

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I meant they recognised ROC as the permanent member till 1971. If they admitted PRC in place of ROC, they must have done it according to whatever rules/criteria that needed to be met for admitting or expelling a member or did it happen without explanation.
 

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What A Shame ! Chinese soldiers ran away from a UN Mission in Sudan fearing local militia attack

So I came across THIS 2015 news report, some days ago. A piece that I found ‘very’ interesting. The headline is catchy enough – ‘UN peacekeepers refused to help as aid workers were raped in South Sudan’. But it is the second part of the headline that caught my eye – Chinese troops abandoned their posts rather than engage in fighting and protect civilians.

Interesting, I thought. Did a little more digging around on the ‘www’ and came across another nugget of ‘very’ interesting information. Will come to that in the latter part of this blog post. But first let me share some thoughts on the piece above.

Firstly let us talk about the facts listed out in the news report above:-

The Chinese peacekeepers were entrusted with the responsibility of a one civilian protection site in Juba.

In the month of July 2015, fierce attacks were mounted by one of the rebel groups in Sudan, leading to ‘tens of thousands’ of civilians seeking safety from successive bouts of fighting, at that site.

However, the Chinese peacekeepers stayed on in their bases rather than protect civilians. Heck, even the Ethiopian troops had done far better, helping evacuate wounded civilians and returning fire when needed.


On the last day of the fighting, about 80 to 100 government soldiers attacked a compound in Juba where they raped and gang-raped at least five international aid workers and physically or sexually assaulted at least a dozen others.

All this happened when there was a UN Base manned by Chinese peacekeepers only a few hundred metres from the compound. However despite dozens of appeals for help from the besieged aid workers and personal visits from at least one who escaped from the compound, the Chinese peacekeepers simply REFUSED to leave the safety of their base.:laugh::rofl::rofl:

During four days of fighting between the rival forces, artillery rounds and gunfire hit two UN bases, killing two Chinese peacekeepers. And what did the vaunted PLA troopers do? They not only failed to return fire, but in fact, RAN AWAY FROM THEIR POST. To add insult to injury, in their haste to save their skins, they even left behind their weapons and ammo – something a professional soldier would not even dream of doing. EVER.:laugh::laugh:

So here is what I make of the entire issue – The PLA soldier didn’t move out of the safety of his compound, favouring his personal safety over his responsibility to his fellow human beings. To some extent (and I say this ‘coz I am not entirely aware of the rules of engagement they were bound by), this might be explained by the rules of engagement that MIGHT have prevented them from interfering in the factional fighting in the area. MIGHT have, ‘coz I am not sure it actually prevented them. More on that in the latter part of this piece. However, even the refusal to fire back in self-defence, more so when two of their comrades had been fatally wounded, reeks of cowardice. And then the biggest ignominy a professional soldier can heap upon himself – they abandoned their posts and ran away. Not only that, they left behind their weapons and ammo.

An entire post cowering behind the apparent safety of their compound walls instead of discharging their duty when humanity is being raped and murdered all around. When the compound too becomes unsafe, they just ran away! And this is the kind of manpower with which the PRC threatens the battle hardened Indian Army today!

Now coming to another interesting nugget I discovered when searching for more info on this incident.
I came across this India Today report. ::
http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/south-sudan-sankat-mochan-united-nations-mission/1/714802.html

It was the Indian Army that actually saved them. The report itself doesn’t mention the abandonment of posts by the PLA peacekeepers. Very ‘convenient’ omission, I say.

However, as per the report, INDBATT II, comprised by men from the 7th Battalion, of the Kumaon Regiment, who were held in reserve, were asked to take charge and restore the situation, which they did with extreme professionalism and ruthlessness.

Here’s a typically modest way the news report chose to describe their actions – ‘It was learnt that troops also secured the perimeter which was smashed by the IDPs and ensured the armed militiamen were weeded out.’ Yes, they ‘secured’ the perimeter and ensured the armed militiamen were ‘weeded out’. Such ‘modesty’ is typical of the way in which the Indian media’s undersells the achievements of its own countrymen. Or perhaps, something that they are so used to from the Indian Army, that they take it as a matter of course– Send in Indian troops, job will be done.

Btw, it was the same militiamen who had ‘scared the hell’ out of the famed PLA troops and routed them that the Kumaonis calmly ‘weeded out’. Rest of the report makes for an interesting read too.

So here it is. An Army that fought its last war in 1979, an army that has ‘won’ against an outsider only once in 5000 years of its nation’s history, in 1962, was exposed for what it was – shiny toys and scared brats afraid to wield them when time comes. (Regarding the ‘war experience’ of the PLA, that is for another time which will come soon).

Sabre rattling in front of apparently weaker neighbours is fine, but god save you if the ‘weaker’ neighbour draws out his own sword!
http://www.delhidefencereview.com/2017/08/13/did-indian-army-troops-save-chinese-troops-in-sudan/
 

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What A Shame ! Chinese soldiers ran away from a UN Mission in Sudan fearing local militia attack

So I came across THIS 2015 news report, some days ago. A piece that I found ‘very’ interesting. The headline is catchy enough – ‘UN peacekeepers refused to help as aid workers were raped in South Sudan’. But it is the second part of the headline that caught my eye – Chinese troops abandoned their posts rather than engage in fighting and protect civilians.

Interesting, I thought. Did a little more digging around on the ‘www’ and came across another nugget of ‘very’ interesting information. Will come to that in the latter part of this blog post. But first let me share some thoughts on the piece above.

Firstly let us talk about the facts listed out in the news report above:-

The Chinese peacekeepers were entrusted with the responsibility of a one civilian protection site in Juba.

In the month of July 2015, fierce attacks were mounted by one of the rebel groups in Sudan, leading to ‘tens of thousands’ of civilians seeking safety from successive bouts of fighting, at that site.

However, the Chinese peacekeepers stayed on in their bases rather than protect civilians. Heck, even the Ethiopian troops had done far better, helping evacuate wounded civilians and returning fire when needed.


On the last day of the fighting, about 80 to 100 government soldiers attacked a compound in Juba where they raped and gang-raped at least five international aid workers and physically or sexually assaulted at least a dozen others.

All this happened when there was a UN Base manned by Chinese peacekeepers only a few hundred metres from the compound. However despite dozens of appeals for help from the besieged aid workers and personal visits from at least one who escaped from the compound, the Chinese peacekeepers simply REFUSED to leave the safety of their base.:laugh::rofl::rofl:

During four days of fighting between the rival forces, artillery rounds and gunfire hit two UN bases, killing two Chinese peacekeepers. And what did the vaunted PLA troopers do? They not only failed to return fire, but in fact, RAN AWAY FROM THEIR POST. To add insult to injury, in their haste to save their skins, they even left behind their weapons and ammo – something a professional soldier would not even dream of doing. EVER.:laugh::laugh:

So here is what I make of the entire issue – The PLA soldier didn’t move out of the safety of his compound, favouring his personal safety over his responsibility to his fellow human beings. To some extent (and I say this ‘coz I am not entirely aware of the rules of engagement they were bound by), this might be explained by the rules of engagement that MIGHT have prevented them from interfering in the factional fighting in the area. MIGHT have, ‘coz I am not sure it actually prevented them. More on that in the latter part of this piece. However, even the refusal to fire back in self-defence, more so when two of their comrades had been fatally wounded, reeks of cowardice. And then the biggest ignominy a professional soldier can heap upon himself – they abandoned their posts and ran away. Not only that, they left behind their weapons and ammo.

An entire post cowering behind the apparent safety of their compound walls instead of discharging their duty when humanity is being raped and murdered all around. When the compound too becomes unsafe, they just ran away! And this is the kind of manpower with which the PRC threatens the battle hardened Indian Army today!

Now coming to another interesting nugget I discovered when searching for more info on this incident.
I came across this India Today report. ::
http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/south-sudan-sankat-mochan-united-nations-mission/1/714802.html

It was the Indian Army that actually saved them. The report itself doesn’t mention the abandonment of posts by the PLA peacekeepers. Very ‘convenient’ omission, I say.

However, as per the report, INDBATT II, comprised by men from the 7th Battalion, of the Kumaon Regiment, who were held in reserve, were asked to take charge and restore the situation, which they did with extreme professionalism and ruthlessness.

Here’s a typically modest way the news report chose to describe their actions – ‘It was learnt that troops also secured the perimeter which was smashed by the IDPs and ensured the armed militiamen were weeded out.’ Yes, they ‘secured’ the perimeter and ensured the armed militiamen were ‘weeded out’. Such ‘modesty’ is typical of the way in which the Indian media’s undersells the achievements of its own countrymen. Or perhaps, something that they are so used to from the Indian Army, that they take it as a matter of course– Send in Indian troops, job will be done.

Btw, it was the same militiamen who had ‘scared the hell’ out of the famed PLA troops and routed them that the Kumaonis calmly ‘weeded out’. Rest of the report makes for an interesting read too.

So here it is. An Army that fought its last war in 1979, an army that has ‘won’ against an outsider only once in 5000 years of its nation’s history, in 1962, was exposed for what it was – shiny toys and scared brats afraid to wield them when time comes. (Regarding the ‘war experience’ of the PLA, that is for another time which will come soon).

Sabre rattling in front of apparently weaker neighbours is fine, but god save you if the ‘weaker’ neighbour draws out his own sword!
http://www.delhidefencereview.com/2017/08/13/did-indian-army-troops-save-chinese-troops-in-sudan/

Bhai, this thread was made for you. :hail::hail:

Please carry on posting, let's make this thread show up on Google so that the 50 centers burn when they see it. Waiting for DFI's resident lizards to show up.
 

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