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Q: What are China news stories are the world not paying attention to, but should?

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The re-routing of bus No. 27 so I have to walk further to the bus stop even when it's raining.

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Religious oppression

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General oppression

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Both of those issues are pretty well reported on.

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The hukou issue and the prevalence of industrial disputes found across a number of different Chinese cities.

 

These are issues which are hardly...ever reported on in various international news platforms.

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Difficult one.

Are people interested in world news?

During the China/UK visit last week, I was amazed by many of the comments about China that were on the various news sites. Lots of people have no idea about China, and they are basing their opinions on biased reporting.

However, of course foreign reporting from within China will be biased. The foreign news teams are more interested in writing about the actions of their "guides" rather than the actual news.

I think more documentaries about China are needed rather than news. The BBC show "Wild China" was fantastic. But when it comes to BBC news coverage about China I cant be bothered.

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Kidnapping and trafficking of young children

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The re-routing of bus No. 27 so I have to walk further to the bus stop even when it's raining.

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The facade that is the average Zhou's right to protest wrongs at the Great Hall of the People.

When the mothers of all the burnt children found their way there (the Great Hall) to protest how local authorities had commanded the children to sit down so that they themselves could escape instead, thus resulting in hundreds of school children being burnt to death through their (local gov't officials) horrendous cruelty and incompetence, they (the dead childrens' mothers) were immediately herded onto buses and sent back from whence they came.  A place so far, far away that they (the gov't) wouldn't have to be bothered with it ever again.

And Lo; the incident never ocurred...and the average Zhou still has his rights to appeal injustices.

But not everyone has forgotten.  

RIP the young children and their heroic teachers who gave their lives trying to rescue those they could.

And a big far queue to any of those snivelling, evil, chinless wonders who survived and thrived.  To you, I hope you're tormented forever in your dreams. 

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You mean the 'fairy tale stories' coming out of China (like everything is beautiful, everyone is so happy, esp with Mr Xi, we have no problems here, no crime or pollution, the only probs are created by the West? ) or do you want the reality, which will never be publicised because it harms 'social harmony'??

As Royce 's mention of an indescrible tragedy,where the so-called 'leaders' ( I personally hate that term, used often here, there's no real leaders in China, or the world, for that matter!) sacrificed the lives of many children to save their own sorry arses...I think not, the general Chinese populace are not even aware of it, let alone the world, no publicity on this one...it's a sad place where terrible events will go away eventually...

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How about how the UK basically has said they have no balls and will do anything for Chinese Money?

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