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Q: Chinese bad acting and propaganda are ruining hollywood movies?

Have you seen the Meg? Stiff Chinese acting with monotonous tones. Propaganda of filal piety and how developed China is and how great the CCP is ... great idea tanked

2 years 7 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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Nation of scumbaggs ... 2.

 

https://www.news.com.au/finance/business/media/chinese-state-media-journalist-did-not-want-to-be-filmed-at-scott-morrison-press-conference/news-story/16ae57a00bc6529077b7d617b1b7ce1e

 

Chinese state media journalist did not want to be filmed at Scott Morrison press conference

 

Let's turn the tables ... 1st. No western diplomat would give a flying fork for some Chinese student protesting ... so I can't really draw a line except 'Chinese are scumbaggs!'

2nd. Imagine yourself at Pi Jin Xing press conference throwing a fit ...  

 

WTF these people think they are?

 

I'll might have to stop reading this Chinese BS ... 'cause it's behind my comprehension ..

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They even saw to it the japanese guy was killed off early

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2018.04.24 Minitrue: Stop Showing “Amazing China” Film

 

Minitrue: Stop Showing “Amazing China” Film 

The following  instructions, issued to the media by government authorities, have been leaked and distributed online.

Urgent notice from the Central Propaganda Department: All commercial video sites, immediately stop showing "Amazing China." (April 24) [Chinese]

"Amazing China" is a 90-minute showcase of China’s technological, scientific, and economic achievements during ’s first five-year term, released to coincide with this year’s National People’s Congress. It quickly became the highest-grossing documentary ever in China, buoyed, as the Elephant Room newsletter noted, by mandatory screenings for "government agencies, state enterprises, schools and all the other ‘in-system’ organizations," manipulation of online reviews, and orchestrated promotional campaigns enlisting an array of celebrities and online platforms. One instruction in a six-part directive issued by Henan’s provincial propaganda department on March 7, and subsequently published by CDT, ordered recipients to "continue to expand the promotion of the Amazing China documentary." 

 

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i really enjoyed the Meg,the Japanese guy was in the tv show Heroes,he has been in alot of movies

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Without a doubt China is on some sort of worldwide PR exercise. Part of that is defo investment in hollywood movies.

Even on youtube they have sponsored adds.

A softplay to take over the world?

I doubt it.

Its just a continuation of the cold war.

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https://www.scmp.com/news/china/politics/article/2167047/chinas-film-industry-grinds-halt-because-fan-bingbing-tax

 

Well, that is certainly a hell of a way to kill an entire industry, Congratulations, oh by the way, it was never that good anyway.

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https://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/politics/article/2169745/hong-kong-playwright-yan-pat-denied-entry-macau-grounds

 

A writer not allowed into macau, guess he might give someone an idea for an offensive movie that would disrupt public security.

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icnif77:

Nation of scumbaggs ... 2.

 

https://www.news.com.au/finance/business/media/chinese-state-media-journalist-did-not-want-to-be-filmed-at-scott-morrison-press-conference/news-story/16ae57a00bc6529077b7d617b1b7ce1e

 

Chinese state media journalist did not want to be filmed at Scott Morrison press conference

 

Let's turn the tables ... 1st. No western diplomat would give a flying fork for some Chinese student protesting ... so I can't really draw a line except 'Chinese are scumbaggs!'

2nd. Imagine yourself at Pi Jin Xing press conference throwing a fit ...  

 

WTF these people think they are?

 

I'll might have to stop reading this Chinese BS ... 'cause it's behind my comprehension ..

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Sorry, Titts, no Hollywood ... Here is the real 'wood':

 

 

US Blocks Visas For Chinese Officials & Their Families Over Hong Kong Crackdown

Major shot across the bow after China warned of "red lines crossed"...

 

 

In the fast escalating tit-for-tat Washington blitz on China, the Trump administration Friday announced sanctions on top Chinese Communist officials which bar them and even their family members from entering the United States.

It's a severe punitive move for Beijing's recent crackdown on Hong Kong's autonomy. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in announcing the measure - a major shot across the bow no doubt - as part of "carrying out the President's orders" further consistent with a congressional law. 

The new visa restriction measures will apply to current and former top Chinese Communist Party officials “who are believed to be responsible for, or complicit in, undermining Hong Kong’s high degree of autonomy.”

Via CNN

 

“The United States calls on China to honor its commitments and obligations in the Sino-British Joint Declaration – namely that Hong Kong will ‘enjoy a high degree of autonomy’ and that human rights and fundamental freedoms, including the freedoms of expression and peaceful assembly, will be protected by law and respected by governing authorities in Hong Kong,” Pompeo's statement said.

Congress last year passed the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act, requiring the administration to review whether mainland China was respecting and upholding Hong Kong sovereignty, and if not, impose sanctions. 

Earlier Chinese officials warned of "red lines" if the White House carries through with its promised punitive measures. 

As we reported earlier, the US bill imposing mandatory sanctions on Chinese individuals and entities who “materially contribute to the contravention of China’s obligations” to Hong Kong’s autonomy - and banks that do “significant transactions” with them - was passed unanimously by the Senate on Thursday, with the House of Representatives working on its own version; the final bill gets passed to President Trump, who either signs it or vetoes it - in which case it has a veto-proof majority anyway. This, as Rabobank's Michael Every wrote, is the constitutional dynamic that has been described several times in the last 12 months for China-focused bills with serious consequences for not just international relations, but international business and finance.

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