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Ambassador's Jasmine Affairs
But Ambassador from Which Country?

22 February 2011
 

There are two scenarios on Sunday's jasmine affairs, one eventuated in this world and the another occurred in a parallel universe.

Scenario One: Tens thousands responded to call for protests in Wisconsin on Saturday. At one of the designated protest sites - a Chinese yum cha outlet in central shopping district - a crowd of several thousand people gathered, along with thousands of uniformed police officers and plainclothes FBI agents, shortly before 2 p.m.

The crowd consisted of anti-government protesters who are backed by Democratic Party in Washington and the anti-protest protesters who are supported by the state Republican Party.

Zhang Yesui, the Chinese ambassador to U.S. - who has been critical of the country's wire taps, internet and text monitoring and other so-called Fairness Doctrine advocated by Hillary Clinton - was also in the crowd but quickly left after he was identified by an American crowd member with whom he was chatting.

Later, Mr. Zhang further went on to chat with his readers in Chinese through twitter about the decision made by Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to allocate special funds for helping American people to fight against wiretapping and internet monitoring.

American public - Protestants and Catholics, Democrazies and Republickers, Union members and Tea Party goers - is outraged over Chinese diplomat's blatant interference in America's internal affairs - whether it involves a morning gathering for reunion cake or an afternoon assembly for jasmine tea - and demand Chinese ambassador to be expelled immediately.

 

Scenario Two: Hundreds responded to call for protests at one of the designated protest sites — a McDonald's outlet in Beijing's central Wangfujing shopping district — a crowd of several hundred people gathered, along with hundreds of uniformed and plainclothes police, shortly before 2 p.m.

The crowd, however, consisted almost entirely of foreign journalists and curious shoppers — many of whom thought there was a celebrity in the area — along with a handful of young people who said they had heard about the protest appeal and came to watch.

Jon Huntsman, the U.S. ambassador to China — who has been critical of the country's Internet controls — was also in the crowd but quickly left after he was identified by a Chinese crowd member with whom he was chatting.

Later, Mr. Huntsman further went on to chat with his readers in English through twitter about the decision made by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to allocate special funds for helping Chinese people to fight against internet censorship.

Chinese public - Buddhists and Daoists, Communists and Confucius, peasant workers and colleague students - is outraged for American diplomat's blatant interference of China's internal affairs - whether it concerns jasmine flowers or bamboo sticks - and demand American ambassador to be expelled immediately.

Can you tell which scenario materialised in this time-space?

If you have no idea whatsoever, here is a clue from Wall Street Journal. Of course, Wall Street is known to be a place infested with swindlers and scanners, and its words may have little credibility. But even a broken clock would be right two times a day, could you please place your faith in its claims just for once?

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