Saturday, January 28, 2012

Australian Tennis 2012

By China Watcher

I was pleased to note the fantastic recovery of Djokovic in beating Andy Murray at the marathon match which was telecast live on TV. Every time, a British or a US player is unable to retrieve a shot, I will cheer wildly.

I like Serbian, Czech and Russian players, as long as it is not from the USA, UK, Germany, France and Italy which I believe always think very highly of themselves. As for Australians, they are considered neutral.

I wish that there would be more Asian players, particularly more "Li Na" to dominate the tennis scene in the near future.

Uighur and Tibetan Affairs are China Internal Policies

By China Watcher

Recently, the press particularly from the Western world are pleased to become the mouthpiece of the Uighurs Independence movement which is located non other then the arch enemies of the Chinese people, the USA.

The press freely claimed that two Uighurs had been sentenced to life and a few other had been put on the death panalty. Where are the evidences? Just listening to the liars from the Uighurs external trouble makers is what I have noted from ATP, CNN and other western media whose credibility are not to be taken at face value.

I like to reiterate that China Xinjiang policies are China's internal affairs for the Chinese to decide and not for the Western world to demand a hearing. If the Uighurs had broken Chinese laws there should be punish to the full extent of the law especially the involvement in the killing of the Han Chinese.

Just like what had also been published these few months on the self-burning of the Tibetans. It is just a stupid idea and I think these people are downright stupid. Maybe, the Han Chinese can just built a square specifically for them it these people want to sacrifice themselves.

The Tibetans can just forget about independence and the Han Chinese numbering 1.3 billion would not allow this even with Western assistance.

By the way, I am a Buddhist and I have no sympathy for the stupid Tibetans.

Sunday, January 15, 2012

BBC is up to its tricks again

By China Watcher

Yesterday night I was reading the news from BBC on the Taiwan recent concluded Presidential Election, of which Mr. Ma Ying Jeo, the incumbent, has secured another 4 year term, with the majority of the Taiwanese people wanting to continue the peaceful cross straits policies as initiated by Taiwan with the support of the mainland government.

The writer, a person of caucasian origin, obviously does not understand much about the Chinese people by making poor remarks and insinuating that President Ma policies towards China is too "friendly" and this cause a drop in the popularity vote from 58% to 51%. If analysis was carefully done, it is important to note that there is a third candidate from the ruling Kuomintang party which may have taken some of the votes from Mr. Ma. The DPP's candidate only managed to garner 46%, which is not much of an improvement. I believe this chap and most of the Western media, do have obvious hidden agenda to instigate and divide the Chinese people so that the threat towards Western civilization is minimized.

There is no other way but for Taiwan to peacefully co-exist with China whose people shared a common bond, both with cultural and language similarities until a solution can be found perhaps, in the next 50 years.

It is up to the Chinese people and only Chinese people alone who will decide the outcome of what is to happen to China and Taiwan. So my advice, is for people of caucasian origin to stop interfering with the affairs of the Chinese people.

Saturday, January 14, 2012

Malaysian Sports Media tried to provoke hate against Chinese Badminton Players

By China Watcher

Chinese badminton players have been dominating the international badminton circuit in almost all major badminton tournament leaving the rest of the countries behind. Malaysia, an avid badminton nation with lots of fans, has yet to uncover any world unbeatable player. The only bright spark is that it has a gem in the name of Lee Chong Wei. The rest of the players just make up the numbers.

What the Malaysian media failed to realize is that although the number of people playing badminton is probably a sizeable million but when compared to China it is as high as the population of Malaysia, that is, around 28 million. So the vast talents can be uncovered from the big base.

But Malaysian media always write to think very highly of its only "GEM' and sometimes it has become more like a self pleasing exercise.

And these media always tried to stir up rivalry between its no 1 men single player and the rest of the Chinese badminton players. Even the crowd at the current Malaysian Open is not there to support the better player but to create an anti-Chinese environment.

I do understand Chong Wei is a good player but then the media is singing so loud as though he is the best player (men single) in the world. Though the world's fan voted him as the most popular player, I sense that the poll did not take into consideration the Chinese voting public since the world badminton site does not have a mirror in mandarin. So we can actually discount the popularity poll which is taken only from the english speaking crowd.

To me, as a badminton fan myself, Lin Dan is still the best player in the world.