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  1. Wang Chung Posted on May 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm

    Hello there,

    I was noticing some of your comments on Twitter today. It’s clear that you are part of the Chinese state-run media, which is horrible. Does China have you in Canada to try to quell any negative bad press? Are you being paid by Huawai? This is disgraceful.

    And the comments in your absolutely terrible article here. You’re an embarrassment to journalism and should be prohibited from writing: https://www.straight.com/news/1099146/open-letter-attorney-general-david-eby-and-investigator-peter-german-bcs-dirty-money

    And finally, my brother is a police officer and I’ll suggest investigating yourself for illegal activities, since it appears you’re part of the Chinese money laundering world. People like you should be deported from Canada.

  2. Dan Harris Posted on July 24, 2020 at 4:03 pm

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  3. Herbert He Posted on September 27, 2020 at 9:37 pm

    I read your piece on this website. I think that you wrote very well. I wrote a comment that I eventually didn’t submit. I do feel that it’s better for me to stay politically correct in the public arena.

    In this case, being politically correct means that I shouldn’t write and post anything that may invite an accusation that the I’m under the influence of the CCP or, even worse, on the CCP’s payroll. These days, it seems that those of us who hail from mainland China are expected to have a voice only when that voice is critical of everything that has to do with China. Otherwise, we’ll be easily taken as the proof of the CCP’s influence-peddling.

    Freedom of speech and thinking does not matter if your speech or thinking is politically incorrect or goes against the prevailing narrative of the mainstream media. Chinese Canadians would be un-Canadian if they express any sense of kinship with the country where they come from, where they still have their parents and siblings.

    When we demonstrated against violence in HK, we were taken to be on the side CCP oppression of democracy activists. If we go public and say that the virus has been brought under control in China and maybe Canada can be better off by learning a thing or two about how the Chinese have done in China, we are often accused of spreading CCP propaganda. If we dare to say that Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou should not be detained in Canada, we are not exercising our freedom of speech, but rather serving as the fifth column for the CCP.

    For many of us, we have no choice but to shut up. Self-censorship is the least we can do to protect ourselves against discrimination and potential incriminalization.