Over the years what Chinese people really do, say and
think are seldom reflected in the state-media coverage. During
the festival, Xinhuanet, the online portal of the Xinhua
News Agency known as Premier Wen Jiabao's personal spin doctor,
used the homepage to laud the invaders, in the past the at
the present, and to condemn a nation that makes effect to
maintain independence. It also indulged in spinning yarns
about an online
spin doctor who many suspect has a link to Wen Jiabao's
office through Xinhuanet and a connection to Taiwan, judging
by some terms it used ("族群撕裂“”国民认知").
What Chinese Say to Manchus
About Manchu's power display:
In Beijing a group of Manchu-Qing
remnants with a pigtail behind their head waved long
whips to demonstrate their power over the descendents
of the native Chinese
Phew, it looks like Empress
Dowager jumped out of her coffin.
Manchu zombies clawed out of their graves.
These clowns must get so excited for being able to live
a day intimidating Chinese people.
Once more, they remind the world of the old story that Chinese
are all pigs
with tails behind.
The martyrs of Xinhai
Revolution will be incensed to life in order to continue
their fight against the Manchu colonists.
Why you guys get so upset about the show, which is just
for tourism promotion.
Because this kind of cultural garbage will spiritually
pollute the nation. Do you know how long it took Ming's founding
emperor to purge the cannibalistic influence left by a
wolf-worship Mongol dynasty?
If you have money, you can also rent the Heavenly Alter
to perform Ming style prayer.
So you mean as long you have money you can do whatever you
want? Will you support the corrupted officials to steal money
from public purse if you are invited to take a portion?
forrr1 : 其它地区的国人不乐意的话也可以去租借场地呗，反正天坛现在是公园，人人都可以用。
Everyone can rent the Alter for whatever purpose. Now it
all comes down to personal preference.
Well well, you are not talking about hurting somebody's
feelings again, like Manchus always do whenever we pay tribute
to our national heroes. And now you begin to talk about personal
preference. How about staging a ceremony once held by Japanese
occupation armies when they entered Beijing? Will you
defend such personal preference?
Do you have the guts to promote Japan's
culture of genocide in Nanjing? Don't get above yourself
just because you have some money.
If Japanese come to China to perform Daoist rites, will
that remind Chinese of Nanjing
massacre and feel insulted?
But if Japanese bring Yasukuni Shrine to China and perform
the ceremony, yes, of course.
In the Yasukuni Shrine, Japanese pay tribute to war criminals,
but in Heavenly Alter, Manchus pay tribute to Heaven, do
you think that's the same thing?
Heavenly Alter was built by Chinese and Heaven prayer ceremony
is an integral part of traditional Chinese culture, why should
it be interpreted by the invaded conquerors? South Koreans
steal our culture, you Manchus rob our tradition.
A Manchu cap has been pierced by a sword
in Wuhan, where the Xinhai Revolution was initiated.
What Chinese Say about this visual display:
Wuhan, a proud city of Xinhai Revolution.
I'm from Beijing, and feel disgusted of Manchu remnants
who are extremely active in the capital in promoting a morally
degraded pigtail hanjian culture.