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“Diaoyu Island should not be a big deal,” said US newspaper editor

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(Your report dealt on the subject of Diaoyu Islands, a subject which Anderson admitted was not his expertise. I could only guess that the reason you picked the subject was because the issue was hot at the moment and probably would catch some eyeballs. You needed to be concise in your writing because the meanings of several sentences in your report weren't too clear and might lead to misunderstandings. First, when you said "the countries have been over-reacting", whose were those countries? Countries that paid concerns to the dispute were over-reacting? Or were they just the countries that got entangled with the sovereignty dispute? Again, when you said "American politicians always make a bigger issue when they come across topics about China but he finds it really stupid", did you mean the American politicians were stupid or the fight over the rocks stupid? Anderson said explicitly that countries fought for those rocks were stupid.)

--105106 2012年11月14日 (三) 00:43 (UTC)
13 November 2012

Reporter: Tiffany Lau --105106 2012年11月14日 (三) 00:43 (UTC)

The dispute over Diaoyu Island has aroused many international concerns, but the Senior Editor of Huffington Post, Chris Anderson said the countries have been over-reacting.


“Don’t fight for a rock,” said Anderson during the general assembly at Hong Kong Shue Yan University today.


He said American politicians always make a bigger issue when they come across topics about China but he finds it really stupid, in an outsider point of view.


On the other hand, Anderson was asked about why Huffington Post chose Japan as the first spot in Asia. He said the situation in China is a bit tricky as the censorship is really strict. As tens of thousands of bloggers contribute to the Huffington Post, it is difficult to regulate them as to fit in the Chinese online system


The Huffington Post is an American news website, aggregating various news, blogs and columns from different sources.
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