Patriotic Chinese Venting On Internet

From The Yomiuri Shimbun:

“When I Googled my name in Chinese, I got 368,000 hits, most of them referring to me as a ‘traitor who sold out on our country’ or a ‘double-crosser,'” Wang Qianyuan, a Chinese student at Duke University, a prestigious U.S. university in Durham, N.C., told The Yomiuri Shimbun over the telephone in early July.

When the torch relay for the Beijing Olympics was held in San Francisco on April 9, pro-Tibet American students and pro-Beijing Chinese students squared off on the university’s campus.

Wang attempted to prod the two groups into having dialogue by cutting in front of them and shouting out, “Let’s talk!”

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