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PD User at 2011-02-14 07:11:07   IP:178.239.58.★
Thank You,
PD User at 2009-03-14 05:29:51   IP:72.253.212.★
French are too civilized, that"s right they don"t know where the relic come from...That"s how they do business(Black and White).
PD User at 2009-03-13 05:42:08   IP:116.227.163.★
To all my Chinese friends,
I am not endorsing the looting of Chinese relics. It was theft.
As is the looting of IPR from legitimate companies, by buying 5 RMB DVD"s...
"Let he who is without sin cast the first stone"
PD User at 2009-03-13 05:31:34   IP:116.227.163.★
To buy a fake product, knowing full well that the design is stolen and copied is an act of theft. CD"s DVD"s, clothes, shoes, bags, cigarettes.
Good Chinese companies suffer from this act of theft as much as foreign companies.
Can any blogger here hold up their hand and truly say they have never bought a 5 RMB DVD?
Theft is theft
PD User at 2009-03-13 05:19:43   IP:116.227.163.★
To 203.81.166,
I have the greatest respect for your level headed comment. Foreigners should not become involved with Chinese domestic affairs and MUST respect the laws of their host nation. Likewise, overseas Chinese students must respect the laws of their host nation.
Peace to the World
PD User at 2009-03-13 05:06:47   IP:116.227.163.★
After visiting some wonderful Chinese temples around Qingdao, and listening to the "evils of western looters", my Chinese coach party took me to a countryside warehouse, full of Chinese relics for sale on the black market - enough said
PD User at 2009-03-12 13:16:16   IP:221.124.62.★
Ha ha! Are you suggesting that the bronze objects stolen from China"s Yuan Ming Palace are fake objects? Why people in China and the west wanted to buy fake products? They are cheap (referring to the products, the producers and the buyers), though the act of making and buying the immitation products is wrong no matter how we look at it. The Chinese government should do more in this regard. Please use the term "double standards" more properly. It is used in the wrong context this time.
PD User at 2009-03-12 00:08:30   IP:222.212.226.★
What about all the fake french products made and sold in china? billions lost every year.
Why the double standards?
PD User at 2009-03-10 16:55:55   IP:158.132.12.★
Yuri, your comment is cunning but unethical, which cannot cover the fact that the bronze objects had been looted from the Yuan Ming Palace before it was burnt down by the British and French forces in 1860. Even Christie and Pierre Berge have not denied the background of the objects. Pierre Berge just said that he has legal possession of the objects because he has paid for it. However, if you have some concepts of the law of any country, you should know the changing hands of stolen objects won"t ... (More details.)
PD User at 2009-03-10 15:56:20   IP:158.132.12.★
Yuri, your comment is cunning but unethical. You need to know that even Christie and Pierre Berge did not deny the origin of the bronze relics - being looted from China"s Yuan Ming Palace in 1860. Berge claimed that he has legal possession of the objects since he has paid for it. Shame on you!
PD User at 2009-03-07 15:13:57   IP:173.32.173.★
lol no kids allow here making stupid comments
PD User at 2009-03-07 13:24:24   IP:70.251.0.★
The looting and theft of Asian cultural relics is a hang over from Colonial times. Unfortunately, the Western countries do not realize that they are in illegal possession of our national heritage. The leading Auction Houses are also culpable for facilitating the sale and transfer of stolen goods.
PD User at 2009-03-05 01:57:28   IP:85.18.194.★
"Tell them to ... prove that the items are not stolen".
Sorry. It"s YOU who first have to prove they WERE stolen.
Yuri, from Italy
PD User at 2009-03-02 16:47:53   IP:119.11.11.★
In western world if you buy a stolen good knowing full well that it is stolen, you commit a crime.
So, even if the auction is a billion, it is illegal for the purchaser to pay for it.
Tell them to clear it first and prove that the items are not stolen.
Else claim compensation from them.
Wise move.
KH
PD User at 2009-03-02 01:54:57   IP:70.231.145.★
france is a nuclear power china will do nothing to the french
PD User at 2009-03-02 01:52:26   IP:70.231.145.★
all is fair in love and war and also art
PD User at 2009-02-28 16:12:50   IP:158.132.12.★
To: 203.81.166.★
Sir, are you out of your mind?
PD User at 2009-02-27 20:39:58   IP:118.100.110.★
China must teach France a real hard lesson for auctioning the bronze animal heads looted from China: slap the French with a suspension of diplomatic ties and trade; full scale boycott of everything made in France and immediate cancellation of Airbus orders.
PD User at 2009-02-27 20:24:13   IP:203.81.166.★
It is wrong for the Chinese Students to distribute leaflets in France. The law is the law and we Chinese must respect that. It is important that we do not interfere in other peoples internal affairs once the law has spoken.
PD User at 2009-02-26 11:23:14   IP:58.9.92.★
These 2 relics were stolen by the
Westerners and still deny to return to Chenese. This means shame for them to retain these 2
relics as long as they keep them.
On other hand, China should remake
these 2 relics and replace them.
Keep the glory of Chinese arts in
our country. We can make it right.
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