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Videos and pictures blasting biased reporting
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18:24, April 02, 2008

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The videos and pictures blasting the biased reporting of some Western media have been released online; and have thus triggered indignation among netizens and left the world astonished.

The fact that some Western media distorted the facts, and attempted to demonize China in their coverage of the March 14 Lhasa riots, stirs up a huge wave of discontent among overseas Chinese. The video program was made by an overseas Chinese student in Canada; and has recently made it onto YouTube. It sends a harsh message to the slanted and even false news reported by the Western media; and uncovers these media's ulterior motives.



The media in question include Germany's N-TV, Bild Zeitung, RTV, and the Washington Post. They all have used pictures of baton-wielding Nepalese police in clashes with Tibetan protesters in Kathmandu, and claimed that the officers were Chinese police. More notably, the BBC's and Germany's Berliner Mogenpost's websites both mistakenly labeled a photo of a "rescue" as an "arrest." CNN.com used a cropped photo of Chinese military trucks, cutting off the half of the picture showing a crowd of rioters throwing rocks at the trucks. Germany's weekly journal The Mirror was also singled out for using the distorted caption to tarnish the truth behind the photo.

By People's Daily Online



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