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Recommended reader's comments (Sept. 27)

(People's Daily Online)

14:15, September 28, 2011

★ Read: Jail for tainted buns scandal trio

1. Posted by Sam Teng at 2011-09-27 17:26:38
Food safety is a key consideration whenever food is consumed. To tamper food safety with chemicals and dyes which are not approved and just to make more money is a very serious crime. The Chinese government has acted decisively against these culprits and it is hope more of such illegal food makers are flushed out of the market. Then only will the public trust the safety of food produced in China. Do not let the few black sheep that tarnished the quality of Chinese produced food. (More)

★ Read: Ulterior motives lie behind 'Asia-minus-one' concept
2. Posted by Edmad at 2011-09-27 22:05:14
Let all these anti-China nations busy themselves trying to counter China rise. The Chinese should just concentrate on its economic objectives, and try to match or better still surpass them in science and technology. Once that level is achieved, China can drastically affect their economic well-being and concerns. This is the position that China must aim for.(More)

★ Read: US should abolish 'Taiwan Relations Act'
3. Posted by Carlos Romanov at 2011-09-27 08:00:08
It is a great article, but the last sentence presumes too much. President Obama does not have that much power. When former president Clinton made a speech in Beijing in 1989 that was perceived as anti-Taiwan, the US Senate rebuked him by a public vote 89-0 and the House by 390-1. The reaffirmation of the Taiwan Relations Act in 1999 passed 429-1. The feeling is too deep for any president to negate it. (More)

★ Read: Dragon-elephant dance needs sound footing
4. Posted by captainjohann at 2011-09-27 17:14:50
A very brilliant analysis by the author. As an Indian I find it disconcerting that Chinese experts tend to swallow what interested western commentators write about relations about 405 of Humanity with jaundiced eyes. As the author has stated both countries must show the adventurism of Huang Psuang and Fa Hien who crossed Himalays to learn Budhism at Nalanda. (More)

★ Read: Strategic dependency on US still Japan's Achilles' heel
5. Posted by Kouduki Akira at 2011-09-27 10:52:01
It is right to say that Japan is too dependent on the U.S. specifically in terms of diplomacy and national security and specifically again had been under administrations of LDP. That was seen quite shamelessly in the U.N.’s general assembly when Premier Koizumi at that time lost no time to express his support of U.S. invasion to Afghanistan and Iraq, subsequently sending its self defence forces against its constitution which had banned their dispatch to a war zone with arms. The tendency still holds true under present administration with its diplomatic emphasis put more on the U.S. than Asian countries. (More)


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