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China and Japan acted stupidly on the conflict of the Diaoyu Islands

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(In your lead, you said "everybody overreacted", who were those everybody? There were many countries voiced their concerns on the dispute other than Japan and China, including US. Did that mean Washington overreacted too? Be precise and clear. You chose to use the word "moreover" to continue your story with another topic was not an appropriate usage. Moreover implied there were more on the same subject that you were talking about but here it turned out to be a completely different topic, from the issue of the Diayu Islands dispute to the political censorship in China.)

--105140 Law Yuen Yan 2012年11月14日 (三) 00:17 (UTC)>

The conflict between China and Japan over the Diaoyu Islands is growing. An editor said everybody overreacted on the issue of the Diaoyu Islands.


The senior editor of the most popular America news website Huffington Post, Chris C. Anderson, commented on the incident of the Diaoyu Islands in the general assembly of Shue Yan University yesterday, "personally, China, Japan, Hong Kong and also Taiwan overreacted on that." He said those regions acted really stupidly and the government of those regions involved too much than they should do.


Anderson didn't think it was a such a big incident. "I don't have the same passion that Chinese and Japanese people have, because I am not living there," he said.


Moreover, Anderson said China's strict censorship let the Huffington Post refuse to launch Chinese version of the Huffington Post in the near future. He said, "China has a tricky situation, the government have more censorship than the other countries."


"We need to work with the boundary that the Chinese government limited," Anderson said. Thus, the Huffington Post chose Japan to be the first launching place in Asia instead of China, although China has bigger market.







--105140 Law Yuen Yan 2012年11月14日 (三) 00:17 (UTC)
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