Tag: #Western Media

Western media ‘malicious’ to hype prisoner transfers in Xinjiang

Liu Xin July 24, 2020

Western media ‘malicious’ to hype prisoner transfers in Xinjiang

It is normal juridical activities for local authorities to transfer prisoners, Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region said in an exclusive response to the Global Times, commenting on a video clip that has been spreading on overseas social media, which was hyped by Western media as "evidence" of...More

India, China treated differently by West on ethnic issue

Left Review Online December 17, 2019

India, China treated differently by West on ethnic issue

Beijing. Riots erupted in Assam and West Bengal of India amid the controversial amendment to an act. The Citizenship Amendment Act excluded Muslims who came to India from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan to escape religious persecution before December 31, 2014 to get Indian citizenship. The internet in Assam...More

Western media shifts tone on Hong Kong riots

Left Review Online November 20, 2019

Western media shifts tone on Hong Kong riots

Beijing. As the months-long violence in Hong Kong entered a deadly level in the past two weeks, with radical rioters turning university campuses into "terror camps" to engage in clashes with police, a public opinion battle reached a turning point with more Hong Kong residents, media outlets and...More

Western media smacks of double standards

Left Review Online October 26, 2019

Western media smacks of double standards

Beijing. In the recent few weeks, some Western companies and individuals have acted in line with the Chinese mainland's stance. For example, US gaming company Blizzard punished an e-sports player who voiced his support for the riots in Hong Kong, and Apple has taken off HKmap.live, an app...More

As HK festers, questions aplenty for the West

Wang Wenwen September 02, 2019

As HK festers, questions aplenty for the West

Young, angry, anti-establishment, and violent. How can they be defined? Rioters or heroes? It depends on what they oppose. If they are against Western mainstream society, they are villains. But if they are against non-Western authority, their actions would perfectly fit a pro-democracy narrative, all too often exploited...More