Thursday, February 14, 2008

New York Times Bows to Chinese Communists

This is an excellent story about how New York Times is sucking up to the Chinese Communist Party. The authors of this article provide quotes from well-known people in the Chinese community as well as prominent Westerners about the New York Times' compliance with the Party Line in pushing its propaganda in the United States.

Given that The Epoch Times is the most widely distributed Chinese newspaper in the world and reaches places wherever there are Chinese people ... the New York Times' shame is now probably known to Chinese people all around the world.

Charles Liu, who works at the New York Freedom Times , called the story "terribly one-sided."

Penny Cohn, an account executive and building manager, had read The New York Times article and noted, "In fact, it piqued my curiosity."

"And not only that, it had a lot of space, too. I was quite intrigued with the amount of space it was given, I have to confess that."

The article is about a highly biased and discriminatory article that the New York Times ran about the Chinese New Year Splendor show that took place in Radio City Music Hall. The Splendor ran to packed audiences after the New York Times article came out... showing how much people trust the New York Times' reviews (or don't trust it, to put it more accurately.)

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Monday, February 11, 2008

‘Chinese New Year Splendor’ Viewers React to New York Times

In this Epoch Times article, artists, professors and businessmen from all across New York City who saw the Chinese New Year Splendor at Radio City reacted to the New York Times article on the Splendor.

Interestingly enough, the Splendor played to packed houses in Radio City after the overly critical and unabashedly Communist Party supportive article. Of course, the Chinese Communists used the New York Times article and published it almost verbatim in their propaganda arm, Xinhua.

Saturday, February 9, 2008

Banker: New York Times Article 'Highly Unfair'

The New York Times recently wrote a highly twisted article on a Chinese cultural show playing in New York City. The article was highly biased; it showered praise on the Chinese Communist Party while criticizing the sponsors of the show: NTDTV, a television station that reports on human rights and is the only TV station independent of Communist Party influence.

Here is the first of much feedback from the audience that completely refutes the New York Times:

Banker Calls New York Times Article about 'Splendor' 'Highly Unfair'

Ron Sablosky read the NY Times article about the Chinese New Year Splendor before attending the show at Radio City on Thursday.

"It was not fair at all," he said. "But, understand, there's a lot of times they do things that are unfair, so this not the first. And if one understands that, then one doesn't worry very much [about] what they say."

Apparently the negative press kept few people away from Radio City, because the show continues to play to a packed, enthusiastic house.

Sablosky was one who was not deterred by the NY Times article. "It certainly did not dissuade us from coming, and I don't think it should dissuade anyone, because it really is highly unfair. And it might even be construed as unethical."

Sablosky, a banker and an executive vice president of Business Outsourcing Solutions, is also trained in law. He saw the show with Mary Ann Oklesson, who works in publishing.

Both Sapolsky and Oklesson had high praise for the show.

Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Holiday Wonders 2007 in Beacon Theater

Now in its 5th year, New Tang Dynasty Television (NTDTV) and its producing partner Divine Performing Arts are proud to return to New York this holiday season with HOLIDAY WONDERS, performed live at the Beacon Theatre (Broadway and 74th Street) December 18-26, 2007.

Blending the divine charm of the East with the holiday spirit of the West, HOLIDAY WONDERS presents performances that range from classic European ballet to theatrical Chinese dances, all of which are introduced to you in both English and Chinese. This celebration of our shared values truly brings the spirit of the season to life.

  • Grand performances by 100+ artists
  • World-class dancers and musicians
  • Live orchestra with original scores

Sunday, September 9, 2007

China's Finance Minister Jin Renqing's resignation: The true reason?

Around a week ago, international media all reported that China's Finance Minister Jin Renqing had resigned just before the National People's Congress. The BBC and other media quoted sources to say that he had been forced to resign because of a mistress ... making it a private life problem.

However, a report tells us perhaps the real reason for the resignation of China's Finance Minister : that he secretly channelled trillions of yuan to fund the persecution of the spiritual practice Falun Gong by Jiang Zemin and his cohorts.

As a WOIPFLG investigation found out, it is quite possible trillions of yuan were indeed used to persecute Falun Gong - otherwise, the persecution might not have been carried on for so long.

As the article put it,

The version about Jin having mistress was a hot topic, but it does not make sense. For those familiar with the CCP's official circles, it goes against their own rules to have so many high-ranking officers involved in a panic only because of a "mistress" or "bribe-taking." These are considered to be common behaviors in those circles.

Monday, July 23, 2007

Columbia University Chinese Students Association (CUCSSA) Serves as Base for Chinese Communist Spies

As detailed in the latest ET report, Chinese student organizations, especially CUCSSA at Columbia University, serve as bases for the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) for spying on the United States and influencing and intimidating those who hold views that oppose it. From the article:

"From July 2 to 8, the FBI put ads in three Chinese San Francisco papers: China Press, Singdao Daily and World Daily. The ads sought assistance from members of the Chinese community to provide any information related to actions that could prove to be potentially dangerous to U.S. national security; the ads especially welcomed information regarding China's National Security Bureau."

"Dozens of former CSSA chairs and main contact persons openly testified that the CCP Embassies and Consulates manipulated and used CSSAs in various universities to conduct "illegal activities" beyond the scope of their normal diplomatic businesses.

"Among them, the Columbia University Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CUCSSA) is the core of the CCP CSSA spy organization. Two of the three CUCSSA advisors are Chinese Consulate officials. The heads of the CUCSSA not only directly follow orders from the Chinese Consulate, but also get fixed incomes from the Consulate, have regular meetings at the Consulate, and implement the CCP's policies outside of China. These people act as agents for the CCP without registering with the U.S. Government, hence have already violated U.S. law."

"A source disclosed to The Epoch Times that the CUCSSA has always been a focal point for the CCP's force development overseas. It is the CCP's most competent tool in conducting "illegal activities" beyond the normal consulate business scope. The CUCSSA takes on important political tasks, including monitoring famous human rights activist Wei Jingsheng when he was studying at the Columbia University. Now it is focusing on attacking and slandering Falun Gong."

"...the CUCSSA periodically holds meetings at the Chinese Consulate, including important student association meetings. Large student association events enjoyed complete funding from the Chinese consulate..."