Thomas Mulcair, the NDP finance critic, was not impressed. “Well, the Prime Minister missed the recession so there’s no great surprise that he also missed this photo op," Mr. Mulcair said in Ottawa. “He’s been missing quite a few things since he was re-elected, and Canadians are starting to miss a prime minister who’s getting the picture. We need action right now on this economic downturn and the Conservatives just aren’t there."
By: TLAC on 四月 3, 2009 at 8:19 上午
U.S. TV show Good Morning America said Stephen Harper had been in the bathroom and nobody noticed.
By: mpe on 四月 3, 2009 at 8:47 上午
France 24 (English)
Obama takes questions from students. (Live)
You want real time news? That is it!
Learn it from FRANCE.
By: France 24 (English) on 四月 3, 2009 at 9:05 上午
By: whoknows on 四月 3, 2009 at 9:30 上午
19才子上得山多终遇虎, 行多夜路终遇鬼, 今次佢踩到自己嗰隻香港腳.
By: 見仁智 on 四月 3, 2009 at 11:02 上午
By: 鏡花水月 on 四月 3, 2009 at 11:58 上午
france 24 live reports
reports: upt t thirteeen feared shot. shooting in new york state. four feared shot.
By: france 24 english on 四月 3, 2009 at 1:33 下午
france 24 correspondent Nathan KING new york
up to 13 feared dead
陶傑辯稱，由始至終均無意對菲國不敬。他解釋，原文「nation of servants（僕人國家）」，「係用servants，唔係maids，政府官員都叫civil servants。」他説：「菲律賓的國教係天主教，根據天主教教義，人類係上帝的仆人，文章隻係提升到宗教層面，絶無貶義。」陶傑更將菲律賓與英國相提 並論，説兩個都係大國，「英國都曾經畀人叫：『海盜國家』，拿破崙都形容過英國人係『nation of shopkeepers』（店小二民族），我隻係以敬畏之心，將佢當成英國這樣的泱泱大國！」
The Russians sank a Hong Kong freighter last month, killing the seven Chinese seamen on board. We can live with that—Lenin and Stalin were once the ideological mentors of all Chinese people. The Japanese planted a flag on Diàoyú Island. That’s no big problem—we Hong Kong Chinese love Japanese cartoons, Hello Kitty, and shopping in Shinjuku, let alone our round-the-clock obsession with karaoke.
But hold on—even the Filipinos? Manila has just claimed sovereignty over the scattered rocks in the South China Sea called the Spratly Islands, complete with a blatant threat from its congress to send gunboats to the South China Sea to defend the islands from China if necessary. This is beyond reproach. The reason: there are more than 130,000 Filipina maids working as $3,580-a-month cheap labor in Hong Kong. As a nation of servants, you don’t flex your muscles at your master, from whom you earn most of your bread and butter.
As a patriotic Chinese man, the news has made my blood boil. I summoned Louisa, my domestic assistant who holds a degree in international politics from the University of Manila, hung a map on the wall, and gave her a harsh lecture. I sternly warned her that if she wants her wages increased next year, she had better tell every one of her compatriots in Statue Square on Sunday that the entirety of the Spratly Islands belongs to China.
Grimly, I told her that if war breaks out between the Philippines and China, I would have to end her employment and send her straight home, because I would not risk the crime of treason for sponsoring an enemy of the state by paying her to wash my toilet and clean my windows 16 hours a day. With that money, she would pay taxes to her government, and they would fund a navy to invade our motherland and deeply hurt my feelings.
Oh yes. The government of the Philippines would certainly be wrong if they think we Chinese are prepared to swallow their insult and sit back and lose a Falkland Islands War in the Far East. They may have Barack Obama and the hawkish American military behind them, but we have a hostage in each of our homes in the Mid-Levels or higher. Some of my friends told me they have already declared a state of emergency at home. Their maids have been made to shout “China, Madam/Sir” loudly whenever they hear the word “Spratly.” They say the indoctrination is working as wonderfully as when we used to shout, “Long live Chairman Mao!” at the sight of a portrait of our Great Leader during the Cultural Revolution. I’m not sure if that’s going a bit too far, at least for the time being.
By: The War At Home Chip Tsao March 27th, 2009 on 四月 5, 2009 at 10:38 上午
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