People's Daily Online to go public in...

People's Daily Online to go public in China

There are 6 comments on the CTV.ca story from Jan 5, 2011, titled People's Daily Online to go public in China. In it, CTV.ca reports that:

If you go by the biggest headlines on the websites of the People's Daily, the most pressing news in China these days is its warm relations with the international community, a "stable, favourable development environment" and, of course, "super adorable newborn babies." And now, the online newspaper is looking to bring the People's propaganda to ...

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Bob Burns

Kunming, China

#1 Jan 5, 2011
It's a solid certainty that the army of China-bashers, scared to death of Greater China, don't read this paper

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#2 Jan 5, 2011
Why reading it? I bet it's full of poopaganda.
Bob Burns

Kunming, China

#3 Jan 6, 2011
Shiro Hima wrote:
Why reading it? I bet it's full of poopaganda.
You "bet"? Mean you assume? Thanks for illustrating my point. As for "poopaganda" one can't beat the MSM, when they're not babbling meaningless drivel
CaptCanuck

London, Canada

#4 Jan 6, 2011
Bob Burns wrote:
It's a solid certainty that the army of China-bashers, scared to death of Greater China, don't read this paper
Don't be to sure Bob state controlled communist party propaganda newspapers are excellent sources of comedy i may check it out.
Of course the Chinese may grow tired of the party-line publications like the article says, they may actually want some real stories who knows?
Bob Burns

Kunming, China

#5 Jan 6, 2011
CaptCanuck wrote:
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Don't be to sure Bob state controlled communist party propaganda newspapers are excellent sources of comedy i may check it out.
Of course the Chinese may grow tired of the party-line publications like the article says, they may actually want some real stories who knows?
Get back to me when(if)you do. For comedy, keep watching the MSM. BTW, here in China we get all the US "news" channels, plus the Cuban, Russian, German and BBC channels, and the China Daily, in English, delivered daily
Bob Burns

Kunming, China

#6 Jan 6, 2011
My favorite is CNBC

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