President Hu Jintao's legacy seen as one of stability but stagnation

Sep 6, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: South China Morning Post

It's been a golden decade under the president, says the state media, but the critics point to social, economic and environmental woes, and growing mistrust between the people and government Arguably, WikiLeaks has helped changed the course of history, leaving diplomatic embarrassment and a journalistic goldmine in its wake.

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ricky

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Almosts all Chinese citizen are cursing Hu & Wen to death every day after their cruel, deceiving and shameful ten-year governance that caused severe problems and unresolvable challenges in environment, politics, economics, public society,military defense and foreign affairs.
The sky-rocket property prices deprive of wealth of ordinary chinese families and overdraft their comsumption power to any extent.
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ricky wrote:
Almosts all Chinese citizen are cursing Hu & Wen to death every day after their cruel, deceiving and shameful ten-year governance that caused severe problems and unresolvable challenges in environment, politics, economics, public society,military defense and foreign affairs.
The sky-rocket property prices deprive of wealth of ordinary chinese families and overdraft their comsumption power to any extent.
Stop using a proxy to speak for 'all chinese'. you loser.
I can read

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Stop using a proxy to speak for 'all chinese'. you loser.
Are you complaining that an unelected person would do that?
RayH

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Are you complaining that an unelected person would do that?
How's your elections working out for your pull out from Afghanistan, stuck for the 4th time?
RayH

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ricky wrote:
Almosts all Chinese citizen are cursing Hu & Wen to death every day after their cruel, deceiving and shameful ten-year governance that caused severe problems and unresolvable challenges in environment, politics, economics, public society,military defense and foreign affairs.
The sky-rocket property prices deprive of wealth of ordinary chinese families and overdraft their comsumption power to any extent.
China went from the world's No. 7 economy (where U.K. is now) to No. 2 in those 10 years. They built the foundations for China's rise to No. 1 in about 5 years.
blitz123

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Sep 9, 2012
 
yeah hu jintaos was a good chinese leader.he is the chinese equivalent of apj abdul kalam
RayH

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ricky wrote:
Almosts all Chinese citizen are cursing Hu & Wen to death every day after their cruel, deceiving and shameful ten-year governance that caused severe problems and unresolvable challenges in environment, politics, economics, public society,military defense and foreign affairs.
The sky-rocket property prices deprive of wealth of ordinary chinese families and overdraft their comsumption power to any extent.
Home ownership is at 80 % of the population in China. So, your "deprived ordinary Chinese families" just are not the majority in China.

And, most Chinese are NOT LOSERS like you.
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Home ownership is at 80 % of the population in China. So, your "deprived ordinary Chinese families" just are not the majority in China.
And, most Chinese are NOT LOSERS like you.
Would these homes be ones that actually exist or are they more like your 'concrete, Spanish style mansions'?
RayH

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Would these homes be ones that actually exist or are they more like your 'concrete, Spanish style mansions'?
Actually exist, and some are Spanish-style mansions.
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Actually exist, and some are Spanish-style mansions.
I meant: Do they exist in real life, not just in your head?

There isn't a single concrete mansion on the surface of the planet, Spanish style or otherwise.
China prevails

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At present that China keeps going forward, Any people wouldn't and can't stop the rise of China.

President Hu is just a common president of all presidents of China, there will be more capable presidents in China in the future.
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really
RayH

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I meant: Do they exist in real life, not just in your head?
There isn't a single concrete mansion on the surface of the planet, Spanish style or otherwise.
Plenty of Spanish-style mansions in China. You should come visit and see them in person.
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Plenty of Spanish-style mansions in China. You should come visit and see them in person.
I prefer to holiday in the developed world.
DURIAN SMOOTHIE

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Using coconuts for money.

A-HAHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAAH!
RayH

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I prefer to holiday in the developed world.
You mean like Spain? Lots of old folks eating out of the garbage today.
Truth Is

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People of China...are very - very nice...

Governments of China are forever a "Vice"!
Truth Is

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Sep 11, 2012
 
Zi Jinping was going to be (literally) a breath of fresh air,

But that didn't go down too well...with the old "Politburo".

Because they don't want change, they want the same,

They don't want new...they want the old to remain...

They don't want a future, that's a breath of fresh air,

Now you know why Zi Jinping; is not to be found

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Stability?? Stagnation??

Neither describes the missing next-president!!

Instability, wild, rollercoaster flux - that's more like it.

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