Earlier Allen had talked about US government's effort to smear China. While Trump has moderated his rhetoric after the G20 call with Xi, the propaganda push continues with latest round accusing China of deliberate under counting. The obvious fake news from the likes of Falun Gong are easy to spot, but the consistent Echo Chamber by mainstream media is harder. For example … [Read more...] about Example of US Government’s latest Coronavirus Propaganda
[Please note this OpEd does not reflect the opinion of Hidden Harmonies, or even the author. It is a summarized survey of media coverage and netter comments in America.] After getting their communist hands caught in the cookie jar with cyber espionage and covert theft of our technology and IP, the sneaky Communist Chinese are shifting tactics and resorting to overt … [Read more...] about Opinion: China’s Acquisition of Smithfield Is A National Security Threat To America
[This is a follow-up to DeWang's Chinese iPhone shopper tasered and tackled story] So being a repeat customer of Apple, or going to Apple Store to pick up products you already paid for online, may be dangerous to your health? Perhaps only if you are Chinese like Ms. Li, and don't expect to receive much sympathy from the media. The news coverage this poor woman received so … [Read more...] about Netters Speak Up Against Media Narrative On “Chinese iPhone Shopper Tasered” Story
Julia Lovell, in her new book The Opium War: Drugs, Dreams and the Making of China, finds something funny in the tragedy Great Britain has many reasons to feel great about itself. Its empire was the largest in history and covered over a fifth of the world's population. It had more Asian and African colonies than any other European power. It came, it saw, it divided, and it … [Read more...] about The Tragicomedy of Errors: China, British Imperialism, and the Opium Wars
Lecturing others amounts to schadenfreude. Wait. What? An interesting phenomenon seems to be in the air. With the current financial crisis in America and unrest in Britain, it appears that multiple western media outlets cannot resist the temptation to interpret China's and other countries' responses in terms of "schadenfreude". Although not as amusing as … [Read more...] about All your Schadenfreude are belong to us?