China Kicks Out 'New York Times' Repo...

China Kicks Out 'New York Times' Reporter

There are 9 comments on the GPB.org story from Dec 31, 2012, titled China Kicks Out 'New York Times' Reporter. In it, GPB.org reports that:

China has effectively expelled a reporter working for The New York Times by refusing to extend his media credentials, the newspaper said Monday.

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SAYONORA BABY

Brooklyn, NY

#2 Jan 1, 2013
He wore out his welcome. tee hee
andrez lopez

El Paso, TX

#3 Jan 1, 2013
Beijing did not 'FAIL' to provide Mr. Buckley a visa, as Luoisa Lim puts it.

Beijing did not 'AUTHORIZE' Mr. Buckley with a visa.

American journalists need not to worry. Simply do the reporting and refraim from bashing China because China's political system is not by election but by S-election.

There is no option for Western media to cover China accurately but obey the Law of that Land and be un-bias.

Dan Rather, ex-CBS journalist, has had his experience in Tianamen Square. He got fired by the CBS Bureau not because he does not know how to pronounce the word 'president' right (he pronounces it as preJident) but because he did not obey the Law of China.

Expel all Western journalists, who do inaccurate reporting in China and are bias with their own ideas as to how China should be.

Expel Mr. Buckley. Expel, expel, expel.
lct

Beijing, China

#5 Jan 1, 2013
andrez lopez wrote:
Beijing did not 'FAIL' to provide Mr. Buckley a visa, as Luoisa Lim puts it.
Beijing did not 'AUTHORIZE' Mr. Buckley with a visa.
American journalists need not to worry. Simply do the reporting and refraim from bashing China because China's political system is not by election but by S-election.
There is no option for Western media to cover China accurately but obey the Law of that Land and be un-bias.
Dan Rather, ex-CBS journalist, has had his experience in Tianamen Square. He got fired by the CBS Bureau not because he does not know how to pronounce the word 'president' right (he pronounces it as preJident) but because he did not obey the Law of China.
Expel all Western journalists, who do inaccurate reporting in China and are bias with their own ideas as to how China should be.
Expel Mr. Buckley. Expel, expel, expel.
some of those 'journalists' are actually cia, political activists,
terrorists. and they are the tools.
Asia_Beware

Summit, NJ

#6 Jan 1, 2013
yes, but the party's leaders do server their own interests
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#7 Jan 1, 2013
Should have kicked him out years ago.
AZN

Toronto, Canada

#9 Jan 1, 2013
***Which is to ***
Lose the Shackles

Brooklyn, NY

#10 Jan 1, 2013
Asia_Beware wrote:
yes, but the party's leaders do server their own interests
As opposed to Western Imperilists.

Ahhhahahaahhahahahhahhahahhahh haa!
well

Hamilton, Canada

#11 Jan 1, 2013
Ain't surprised.
Tee Hee

Brooklyn, NY

#12 Jan 1, 2013
SAYONORA BABY wrote:
He wore out his welcome. tee hee
Now he must beg and grovel to get back in.

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