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Default China declares product safety campaign a "complete success"

http://www.chinaeconomicreview.com/d... success.html

15 January 2008

Beijing called a four-month campaign to guarantee food and product
safety a "complete success," Reuters reported. The campaign was
launched after a series of widely publicized issues surrounding
children's toys and pet food sparked international concern over
Chinese exports. As part of the campaign, which inspected more than
3,000 toy exporters and manufacturers, China revoked 600 export
licenses. China's chief quality inspector also said that the practice
of using non-food materials and recycled food in food production had
been "basically eliminated." Seeking to allay concerns over food
safety in the run-up to the Olympics, Beijing has announced measures
to monitor food quality during the games

-------------------------------------------------------

http://www.japannewsreview.com/socie...31page_id=3877

Thursday, January 31, 2008 6:47 pm

Over 70 cases of food poisioning from Chinese-made dumplings
discovered

More than 60 new victims of food poisoning from frozen Chinese-made
gyoza dumplings have been discovered in 18 different prefectures
after the first 10 victims were discovered in Chiba and Hyogo
Prefecture on Wednesday. The Japanese government is now urging China
to cooperate in investigating the issue, Japanese media reports.

-------------------------------------------------------

Newest Treat From China -
Formaldehyde In Kids Candy
Candy Incident Raises Concerns
From Dr. Patricia Doyle, PhD From ProMed Mail
By Shan Juan
The China Daily

The (Chinese) government is deeply concerned by reports that some
Filipino students have fallen ill after eating Chinese-made milk
candies, the spokesman of the Ministry of Commerce said. A special
team of food safety experts will be sent to the Philippines if
necessary to assist in the investigation, the spokesman said. He
declined to reveal the name of the candies.

-------------------------------------------------------

http://www.iht.com/articles/2008/09/25/europe/toxic.php

Toxic milk in China leads EU to order tests on food imports
By Elisabeth Rosenthal
Published: September 25, 2008

Food containing tainted milk powder from China may be circulating in
Europe, potentially putting children at risk, the European Food Safety
Authority concluded Thursday. Cookies, toffees and chocolates are the
major concerns.

In China, milk products contaminated with the industrial chemical
melamine have sickened more than 50,000 young children in recent weeks
and created a spiraling government scandal.

-------------------------------------------------------

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,428101,00.html

Japanese Cookies Latest Food to Be Tainted by Chinese Milk
Thursday, September 25, 2008

-------------------------------------------------------

New York Times
Filler in Animal Feed Is Open Secret in China
By DAVID BARBOZA and ALEXEI BARRIONUEVO

ZHANGQIU, China For years, producers of animal feed all over China
have secretly supplemented their feed with the substance, called
melamine, a cheap additive that looks like protein in tests, even
though it does not provide any nutritional benefits, according to
melamine scrap traders and agricultural workers here.

-------------------------------------------------------

Chinese Milk Banned in Korea, France as Concern Rises
By Sungwoo Park and Lee Spears

Sept. 25 (Bloomberg) -- South Korea and France banned Chinese dairy
products amid escalating international concern about chemical
contamination that has killed four infants and sickened 53,000 in
China.

-------------------------------------------------------

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...k-scandal.html

Chinese ordered cover-up of tainted milk scandal
Chinese authorities ordered a cover-up of a tainted milk scandal that
has poisoned tens of thousands of babies because they feared social
unrest if the news was made public, The Daily Telegraph has learned.
By Richard Spencer in Beijing and Peter Foster in New Zealand
Last Updated: 1:51AM BST 25 Sep 2008


LESSON: NOTHING MADE IN CHINA IS FIT FOR HUMANS OR PETS.
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Default Stay away from Chinese products as much as you can. China producesfrom fake automobile parts to toxic food have killed people around theworld!!! Mainland Chinese companies do NOT understand business ethics!!! So

Stay away from Chinese products as much as you can. China produces
from fake automobile parts to toxic food have killed people around the
world!!! Mainland Chinese companies do NOT understand business
ethics!!! So don't kill yourself with your own money!!!

PRC (China) = Poison's Republic of Counterfeit

Oops, better run, those commie thugs will attack me again...


On Sep 25, 5:02*pm, wrote:
> http://www.chinaeconomicreview.com/d...1_15/China_dec...
>
> 15 January 2008
>
> Beijing called a four-month campaign to guarantee food and product
> safety a "complete success," Reuters reported. The campaign was
> launched after a series of widely publicized issues surrounding
> children's toys and pet food sparked international concern over
> Chinese exports. As part of the campaign, which inspected more than
> 3,000 toy exporters and manufacturers, China revoked 600 export
> licenses. China's chief quality inspector also said that the practice
> of using non-food materials and recycled food in food production had
> been "basically eliminated." Seeking to allay concerns over food
> safety in the run-up to the Olympics, Beijing has announced measures
> to monitor food quality during the games
>
> -------------------------------------------------------
>
> http://www.japannewsreview.com/socie...31page_id=3877
>
> Thursday, January 31, 2008 6:47 pm
>
> Over 70 cases of food poisioning from Chinese-made dumplings
> discovered
>
> More than 60 new victims of food poisoning from frozen Chinese-made
> gyoza dumplings have been discovered in 18 different prefectures
> after the first 10 victims were discovered in Chiba and Hyogo
> Prefecture on Wednesday. The Japanese government is now urging China
> to cooperate in investigating the issue, Japanese media reports.
>
> -------------------------------------------------------
>
> Newest Treat From China -
> Formaldehyde In Kids Candy
> Candy Incident Raises Concerns
> From Dr. Patricia Doyle, PhD From ProMed Mail
> By Shan Juan
> The China Daily
>
> The (Chinese) government is deeply concerned by reports that some
> Filipino students have fallen ill after eating Chinese-made milk
> candies, the spokesman of the Ministry of Commerce said. A special
> team of food safety experts will be sent to the Philippines if
> necessary to assist in the investigation, the spokesman said. He
> declined to reveal the name of the candies.
>
> -------------------------------------------------------
>
> http://www.iht.com/articles/2008/09/25/europe/toxic.php
>
> Toxic milk in China leads EU to order tests on food imports
> By Elisabeth Rosenthal
> Published: September 25, 2008
>
> Food containing tainted milk powder from China may be circulating in
> Europe, potentially putting children at risk, the European Food Safety
> Authority concluded Thursday. Cookies, toffees and chocolates are the
> major concerns.
>
> In China, milk products contaminated with the industrial chemical
> melamine have sickened more than 50,000 young children in recent weeks
> and created a spiraling government scandal.
>
> -------------------------------------------------------
>
> http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,428101,00.html
>
> Japanese Cookies Latest Food to Be Tainted by Chinese Milk
> Thursday, September 25, 2008
>
> -------------------------------------------------------
>
> New York Times
> Filler in Animal Feed Is Open Secret in China
> By DAVID BARBOZA and ALEXEI BARRIONUEVO
>
> ZHANGQIU, China For years, producers of animal feed all over China
> have secretly supplemented their feed with the substance, called
> melamine, a cheap additive that looks like protein in tests, even
> though it does not provide any nutritional benefits, according to
> melamine scrap traders and agricultural workers here.
>
> -------------------------------------------------------
>
> Chinese Milk Banned in Korea, France as Concern Rises
> By Sungwoo Park and Lee Spears
>
> Sept. 25 (Bloomberg) -- South Korea and France banned Chinese dairy
> products amid escalating international concern about chemical
> contamination that has killed four infants and sickened 53,000 in
> China.
>
> -------------------------------------------------------
>
> http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...74986/Chinese-...
>
> Chinese ordered cover-up of tainted milk scandal
> Chinese authorities ordered a cover-up of a tainted milk scandal that
> has poisoned tens of thousands of babies because they feared social
> unrest if the news was made public, The Daily Telegraph has learned.
> By Richard Spencer in Beijing and Peter Foster in New Zealand
> Last Updated: 1:51AM BST 25 Sep 2008
>
> LESSON: NOTHING MADE IN CHINA IS FIT FOR HUMANS OR PETS.


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On Thu, 25 Sep 2008 14:36:41 -0700 (PDT), wrote:

>Stay away from Chinese products as much as you can. China produces
>from fake automobile parts to toxic food have killed people around the
>world!!! Mainland Chinese companies do NOT understand business
>ethics!!! So don't kill yourself with your own money!!!
>
>PRC (China) = Poison's Republic of Counterfeit
>
>Oops, better run, those commie thugs will attack me again...


Since you are a Taiwanese, I will give you the exception. The days of
fighting with my Taiwanese brothers to create a scene is over. China
today is fully capable of protecting Taiwan both militarily and
economically. We will live like a family from now on.

>
>
>On Sep 25, 5:02?pm, wrote:
>>
http://www.chinaeconomicreview.com/d...1_15/China_dec...
>>
>> 15 January 2008
>>
>> Beijing called a four-month campaign to guarantee food and product
>> safety a "complete success," Reuters reported. The campaign was
>> launched after a series of widely publicized issues surrounding
>> children's toys and pet food sparked international concern over
>> Chinese exports. As part of the campaign, which inspected more than
>> 3,000 toy exporters and manufacturers, China revoked 600 export
>> licenses. China's chief quality inspector also said that the practice
>> of using non-food materials and recycled food in food production had
>> been "basically eliminated." Seeking to allay concerns over food
>> safety in the run-up to the Olympics, Beijing has announced measures
>> to monitor food quality during the games
>>
>> -------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> http://www.japannewsreview.com/socie...31page_id=3877
>>
>> Thursday, January 31, 2008 6:47 pm
>>
>> Over 70 cases of food poisioning from Chinese-made dumplings
>> discovered
>>
>> More than 60 new victims of food poisoning from frozen Chinese-made
>> $)A!0gyoza!1 dumplings have been discovered in 18 different prefectures
>> after the first 10 victims were discovered in Chiba and Hyogo
>> Prefecture on Wednesday. The Japanese government is now urging China
>> to cooperate in investigating the issue, Japanese media reports.
>>
>> -------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> Newest Treat From China -
>> Formaldehyde In Kids Candy
>> Candy Incident Raises Concerns
>> From Dr. Patricia Doyle, PhD From ProMed Mail
>> By Shan Juan
>> The China Daily
>>
>> The (Chinese) government is deeply concerned by reports that some
>> Filipino students have fallen ill after eating Chinese-made milk
>> candies, the spokesman of the Ministry of Commerce said. A special
>> team of food safety experts will be sent to the Philippines if
>> necessary to assist in the investigation, the spokesman said. He
>> declined to reveal the name of the candies.
>>
>> -------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> http://www.iht.com/articles/2008/09/25/europe/toxic.php
>>
>> Toxic milk in China leads EU to order tests on food imports
>> By Elisabeth Rosenthal
>> Published: September 25, 2008
>>
>> Food containing tainted milk powder from China may be circulating in
>> Europe, potentially putting children at risk, the European Food Safety
>> Authority concluded Thursday. Cookies, toffees and chocolates are the
>> major concerns.
>>
>> In China, milk products contaminated with the industrial chemical
>> melamine have sickened more than 50,000 young children in recent weeks
>> and created a spiraling government scandal.
>>
>> -------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,428101,00.html
>>
>> Japanese Cookies Latest Food to Be Tainted by Chinese Milk
>> Thursday, September 25, 2008
>>
>> -------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> New York Times
>> Filler in Animal Feed Is Open Secret in China
>> By DAVID BARBOZA and ALEXEI BARRIONUEVO
>>
>> ZHANGQIU, China $)A!* For years, producers of animal feed all over China
>> have secretly supplemented their feed with the substance, called
>> melamine, a cheap additive that looks like protein in tests, even
>> though it does not provide any nutritional benefits, according to
>> melamine scrap traders and agricultural workers here.
>>
>> -------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> Chinese Milk Banned in Korea, France as Concern Rises
>> By Sungwoo Park and Lee Spears
>>
>> Sept. 25 (Bloomberg) -- South Korea and France banned Chinese dairy
>> products amid escalating international concern about chemical
>> contamination that has killed four infants and sickened 53,000 in
>> China.
>>
>> -------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...74986/Chinese-...
>>
>> Chinese ordered cover-up of tainted milk scandal
>> Chinese authorities ordered a cover-up of a tainted milk scandal that
>> has poisoned tens of thousands of babies because they feared social
>> unrest if the news was made public, The Daily Telegraph has learned.
>> By Richard Spencer in Beijing and Peter Foster in New Zealand
>> Last Updated: 1:51AM BST 25 Sep 2008
>>
>> LESSON: NOTHING MADE IN CHINA IS FIT FOR HUMANS OR PETS.

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Default China declares product safety campaign a "complete success"

it has been somewhat of a success as a rescue operation but in order
to achieve bigger success the Chinese government needs to allow more
freedom of the press.


On 926, 5ʱ02, wrote:
> http://www.chinaeconomicreview.com/d...1_15/China_dec...
>
> 15 January 2008
>
> Beijing called a four-month campaign to guarantee food and product
> safety a "complete success," Reuters reported. The campaign was
> launched after a series of widely publicized issues surrounding
> children's toys and pet food sparked international concern over
> Chinese exports. As part of the campaign, which inspected more than
> 3,000 toy exporters and manufacturers, China revoked 600 export
> licenses. China's chief quality inspector also said that the practice
> of using non-food materials and recycled food in food production had
> been "basically eliminated." Seeking to allay concerns over food
> safety in the run-up to the Olympics, Beijing has announced measures
> to monitor food quality during the games
>
> -------------------------------------------------------
>
> http://www.japannewsreview.com/socie...31page_id=3877
>
> Thursday, January 31, 2008 6:47 pm
>
> Over 70 cases of food poisioning from Chinese-made dumplings
> discovered
>
> More than 60 new victims of food poisoning from frozen Chinese-made
> gyoza dumplings have been discovered in 18 different prefectures
> after the first 10 victims were discovered in Chiba and Hyogo
> Prefecture on Wednesday. The Japanese government is now urging China
> to cooperate in investigating the issue, Japanese media reports.
>
> -------------------------------------------------------
>
> Newest Treat From China -
> Formaldehyde In Kids Candy
> Candy Incident Raises Concerns
> From Dr. Patricia Doyle, PhD From ProMed Mail
> By Shan Juan
> The China Daily
>
> The (Chinese) government is deeply concerned by reports that some
> Filipino students have fallen ill after eating Chinese-made milk
> candies, the spokesman of the Ministry of Commerce said. A special
> team of food safety experts will be sent to the Philippines if
> necessary to assist in the investigation, the spokesman said. He
> declined to reveal the name of the candies.
>
> -------------------------------------------------------
>
> http://www.iht.com/articles/2008/09/25/europe/toxic.php
>
> Toxic milk in China leads EU to order tests on food imports
> By Elisabeth Rosenthal
> Published: September 25, 2008
>
> Food containing tainted milk powder from China may be circulating in
> Europe, potentially putting children at risk, the European Food Safety
> Authority concluded Thursday. Cookies, toffees and chocolates are the
> major concerns.
>
> In China, milk products contaminated with the industrial chemical
> melamine have sickened more than 50,000 young children in recent weeks
> and created a spiraling government scandal.
>
> -------------------------------------------------------
>
> http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,428101,00.html
>
> Japanese Cookies Latest Food to Be Tainted by Chinese Milk
> Thursday, September 25, 2008
>
> -------------------------------------------------------
>
> New York Times
> Filler in Animal Feed Is Open Secret in China
> By DAVID BARBOZA and ALEXEI BARRIONUEVO
>
> ZHANGQIU, China For years, producers of animal feed all over China
> have secretly supplemented their feed with the substance, called
> melamine, a cheap additive that looks like protein in tests, even
> though it does not provide any nutritional benefits, according to
> melamine scrap traders and agricultural workers here.
>
> -------------------------------------------------------
>
> Chinese Milk Banned in Korea, France as Concern Rises
> By Sungwoo Park and Lee Spears
>
> Sept. 25 (Bloomberg) -- South Korea and France banned Chinese dairy
> products amid escalating international concern about chemical
> contamination that has killed four infants and sickened 53,000 in
> China.
>
> -------------------------------------------------------
>
> http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...74986/Chinese-...
>
> Chinese ordered cover-up of tainted milk scandal
> Chinese authorities ordered a cover-up of a tainted milk scandal that
> has poisoned tens of thousands of babies because they feared social
> unrest if the news was made public, The Daily Telegraph has learned.
> By Richard Spencer in Beijing and Peter Foster in New Zealand
> Last Updated: 1:51AM BST 25 Sep 2008
>
> LESSON: NOTHING MADE IN CHINA IS FIT FOR HUMANS OR PETS.


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Default Stay away from Chinese products as much as you can. Chinaproduces from fake automobile parts to toxic food have killed people aroundthe world!!! Mainland Chinese companies do NOT understand business ethics!!!

On 926, 5ʱ36, wrote:
> Stay away from Chinese products as much as you can. China produces
> from fake automobile parts to toxic food have killed people around the
> world!!! Mainland Chinese companies do NOT understand business
> ethics!!! So don't kill yourself with your own money!!!
>
> PRC (China) = Poison's Republic of Counterfeit
>
> Oops, better run, those commie thugs will attack me again...
>
> On Sep 25, 5:02 pm, wrote:
>
>
>
> >http://www.chinaeconomicreview.com/d...1_15/China_dec...

>
> > 15 January 2008

>
> > Beijing called a four-month campaign to guarantee food and product
> > safety a "complete success," Reuters reported. The campaign was
> > launched after a series of widely publicized issues surrounding
> > children's toys and pet food sparked international concern over
> > Chinese exports. As part of the campaign, which inspected more than
> > 3,000 toy exporters and manufacturers, China revoked 600 export
> > licenses. China's chief quality inspector also said that the practice
> > of using non-food materials and recycled food in food production had
> > been "basically eliminated." Seeking to allay concerns over food
> > safety in the run-up to the Olympics, Beijing has announced measures
> > to monitor food quality during the games

>
> > -------------------------------------------------------

>
> >http://www.japannewsreview.com/socie...31page_id=3877

>
> > Thursday, January 31, 2008 6:47 pm

>
> > Over 70 cases of food poisioning from Chinese-made dumplings
> > discovered

>
> > More than 60 new victims of food poisoning from frozen Chinese-made
> > "gyoza" dumplings have been discovered in 18 different prefectures
> > after the first 10 victims were discovered in Chiba and Hyogo
> > Prefecture on Wednesday. The Japanese government is now urging China
> > to cooperate in investigating the issue, Japanese media reports.

>
> > -------------------------------------------------------

>
> > Newest Treat From China -
> > Formaldehyde In Kids Candy
> > Candy Incident Raises Concerns
> > From Dr. Patricia Doyle, PhD From ProMed Mail
> > By Shan Juan
> > The China Daily

>
> > The (Chinese) government is deeply concerned by reports that some
> > Filipino students have fallen ill after eating Chinese-made milk
> > candies, the spokesman of the Ministry of Commerce said. A special
> > team of food safety experts will be sent to the Philippines if
> > necessary to assist in the investigation, the spokesman said. He
> > declined to reveal the name of the candies.

>
> > -------------------------------------------------------

>
> >http://www.iht.com/articles/2008/09/25/europe/toxic.php

>
> > Toxic milk in China leads EU to order tests on food imports
> > By Elisabeth Rosenthal
> > Published: September 25, 2008

>
> > Food containing tainted milk powder from China may be circulating in
> > Europe, potentially putting children at risk, the European Food Safety
> > Authority concluded Thursday. Cookies, toffees and chocolates are the
> > major concerns.

>
> > In China, milk products contaminated with the industrial chemical
> > melamine have sickened more than 50,000 young children in recent weeks
> > and created a spiraling government scandal.

>
> > -------------------------------------------------------

>
> >http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,428101,00.html

>
> > Japanese Cookies Latest Food to Be Tainted by Chinese Milk
> > Thursday, September 25, 2008

>
> > -------------------------------------------------------

>
> > New York Times
> > Filler in Animal Feed Is Open Secret in China
> > By DAVID BARBOZA and ALEXEI BARRIONUEVO

>
> > ZHANGQIU, China -- For years, producers of animal feed all over China
> > have secretly supplemented their feed with the substance, called
> > melamine, a cheap additive that looks like protein in tests, even
> > though it does not provide any nutritional benefits, according to
> > melamine scrap traders and agricultural workers here.

>
> > -------------------------------------------------------

>
> > Chinese Milk Banned in Korea, France as Concern Rises
> > By Sungwoo Park and Lee Spears

>
> > Sept. 25 (Bloomberg) -- South Korea and France banned Chinese dairy
> > products amid escalating international concern about chemical
> > contamination that has killed four infants and sickened 53,000 in
> > China.

>
> > -------------------------------------------------------

>
> >http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...74986/Chinese-...

>
> > Chinese ordered cover-up of tainted milk scandal
> > Chinese authorities ordered a cover-up of a tainted milk scandal that
> > has poisoned tens of thousands of babies because they feared social
> > unrest if the news was made public, The Daily Telegraph has learned.
> > By Richard Spencer in Beijing and Peter Foster in New Zealand
> > Last Updated: 1:51AM BST 25 Sep 2008

>
> > LESSON: NOTHING MADE IN CHINA IS FIT FOR HUMANS OR PETS.- ر -

>
> - ʾõ -


This sort of things happened before in the West in the early days.
The difference between what is happening in China and what was
happening in the West at that time is that the freedom of the press in
the West was so much times more than that in China at the present.


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Default Stay away from Chinese products as much as you can. Chinaproduces from fake automobile parts to toxic food have killed people aroundthe world!!! Mainland Chinese companies do NOT understand business ethics!!!

You claimed you had a lot to say, but your posts are now just like
Micky Wong's, Bum Boy - mere China bashing. Doesn't the Internet cafe
let you stay around long enough to post anymore?

On Sep 25, 11:36*pm, wrote:
> Stay away from Chinese products as much as you can. China produces
> from fake automobile parts to toxic food have killed people around the
> world!!! Mainland Chinese companies do NOT understand business
> ethics!!! So don't kill yourself with your own money!!!
>
> PRC (China) = Poison's Republic of Counterfeit
>
> Oops, better run, those commie thugs will attack me again...
>
> On Sep 25, 5:02*pm, wrote:
>
>
>
> >http://www.chinaeconomicreview.com/d...1_15/China_dec...

>
> > 15 January 2008

>
> > Beijing called a four-month campaign to guarantee food and product
> > safety a "complete success," Reuters reported. The campaign was
> > launched after a series of widely publicized issues surrounding
> > children's toys and pet food sparked international concern over
> > Chinese exports. As part of the campaign, which inspected more than
> > 3,000 toy exporters and manufacturers, China revoked 600 export
> > licenses. China's chief quality inspector also said that the practice
> > of using non-food materials and recycled food in food production had
> > been "basically eliminated." Seeking to allay concerns over food
> > safety in the run-up to the Olympics, Beijing has announced measures
> > to monitor food quality during the games

>
> > -------------------------------------------------------

>
> >http://www.japannewsreview.com/socie...31page_id=3877

>
> > Thursday, January 31, 2008 6:47 pm

>
> > Over 70 cases of food poisioning from Chinese-made dumplings
> > discovered

>
> > More than 60 new victims of food poisoning from frozen Chinese-made
> > gyoza dumplings have been discovered in 18 different prefectures
> > after the first 10 victims were discovered in Chiba and Hyogo
> > Prefecture on Wednesday. The Japanese government is now urging China
> > to cooperate in investigating the issue, Japanese media reports.

>
> > -------------------------------------------------------

>
> > Newest Treat From China -
> > Formaldehyde In Kids Candy
> > Candy Incident Raises Concerns
> > From Dr. Patricia Doyle, PhD From ProMed Mail
> > By Shan Juan
> > The China Daily

>
> > The (Chinese) government is deeply concerned by reports that some
> > Filipino students have fallen ill after eating Chinese-made milk
> > candies, the spokesman of the Ministry of Commerce said. A special
> > team of food safety experts will be sent to the Philippines if
> > necessary to assist in the investigation, the spokesman said. He
> > declined to reveal the name of the candies.

>
> > -------------------------------------------------------

>
> >http://www.iht.com/articles/2008/09/25/europe/toxic.php

>
> > Toxic milk in China leads EU to order tests on food imports
> > By Elisabeth Rosenthal
> > Published: September 25, 2008

>
> > Food containing tainted milk powder from China may be circulating in
> > Europe, potentially putting children at risk, the European Food Safety
> > Authority concluded Thursday. Cookies, toffees and chocolates are the
> > major concerns.

>
> > In China, milk products contaminated with the industrial chemical
> > melamine have sickened more than 50,000 young children in recent weeks
> > and created a spiraling government scandal.

>
> > -------------------------------------------------------

>
> >http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,428101,00.html

>
> > Japanese Cookies Latest Food to Be Tainted by Chinese Milk
> > Thursday, September 25, 2008

>
> > -------------------------------------------------------

>
> > New York Times
> > Filler in Animal Feed Is Open Secret in China
> > By DAVID BARBOZA and ALEXEI BARRIONUEVO

>
> > ZHANGQIU, China For years, producers of animal feed all over China
> > have secretly supplemented their feed with the substance, called
> > melamine, a cheap additive that looks like protein in tests, even
> > though it does not provide any nutritional benefits, according to
> > melamine scrap traders and agricultural workers here.

>
> > -------------------------------------------------------

>
> > Chinese Milk Banned in Korea, France as Concern Rises
> > By Sungwoo Park and Lee Spears

>
> > Sept. 25 (Bloomberg) -- South Korea and France banned Chinese dairy
> > products amid escalating international concern about chemical
> > contamination that has killed four infants and sickened 53,000 in
> > China.

>
> > -------------------------------------------------------

>
> >http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...74986/Chinese-...

>
> > Chinese ordered cover-up of tainted milk scandal
> > Chinese authorities ordered a cover-up of a tainted milk scandal that
> > has poisoned tens of thousands of babies because they feared social
> > unrest if the news was made public, The Daily Telegraph has learned.
> > By Richard Spencer in Beijing and Peter Foster in New Zealand
> > Last Updated: 1:51AM BST 25 Sep 2008

>
> > LESSON: NOTHING MADE IN CHINA IS FIT FOR HUMANS OR PETS.- Hide quoted text -

>
> - Show quoted text -


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On Sep 25, 9:36*pm, none <""bbb\"@(none)"> wrote:
> Since you are a Taiwanese, I will give you the exception. The days of
> fighting with my Taiwanese brothers to create a scene is over. China
> today is fully capable of protecting Taiwan both militarily and
> economically. We will live like a family from now on.


Thank you. Please take your position by the family door now, Brother
DOORMAT.
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On Sep 25, 6:36*pm, none <""bbb\"@(none)"> wrote:
> On Thu, 25 Sep 2008 14:36:41 -0700 (PDT), wrote:
> >Stay away from Chinese products as much as you can. China produces
> >from fake automobile parts to toxic food have killed people around the
> >world!!! Mainland Chinese companies do NOT understand business
> >ethics!!! So don't kill yourself with your own money!!!

>
> >PRC (China) = Poison's Republic of Counterfeit

>
> >Oops, better run, those commie thugs will attack me again...

>
> Since you are a Taiwanese, I will give you the exception. The days of
> fighting with my Taiwanese brothers to create a scene is over.


The days of Ray being an ass on Usenet, however, have just begun.

> China
> today is fully capable of protecting Taiwan both militarily and
> economically.


Militarily, China is the main *threat* to Taiwan, Ray. And Taiwan is
still the largest investor in China, so you are full of it as ever,
Ray.

> We will live like a family from now on.


A dysfunctional family, Ray. You really aren't saying anything
meaningful here, Ray. Just flapping your gums and making the grown-ups
chuckle.


>
>
>
> >On Sep 25, 5:02?pm, wrote:
> >>http://www.chinaeconomicreview.com/d...1_15/China_dec....

>
> >> 15 January 2008

>
> >> Beijing called a four-month campaign to guarantee food and product
> >> safety a "complete success," Reuters reported. The campaign was
> >> launched after a series of widely publicized issues surrounding
> >> children's toys and pet food sparked international concern over
> >> Chinese exports. As part of the campaign, which inspected more than
> >> 3,000 toy exporters and manufacturers, China revoked 600 export
> >> licenses. China's chief quality inspector also said that the practice
> >> of using non-food materials and recycled food in food production had
> >> been "basically eliminated." Seeking to allay concerns over food
> >> safety in the run-up to the Olympics, Beijing has announced measures
> >> to monitor food quality during the games

>
> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>
> >>http://www.japannewsreview.com/socie...31page_id=3877

>
> >> Thursday, January 31, 2008 6:47 pm

>
> >> Over 70 cases of food poisioning from Chinese-made dumplings
> >> discovered

>
> >> More than 60 new victims of food poisoning from frozen Chinese-made
> >> *$)A !0 gyoza !1 *dumplings have been discovered in 18 different prefectures
> >> after the first 10 victims were discovered in Chiba and Hyogo
> >> Prefecture on Wednesday. The Japanese government is now urging China
> >> to cooperate in investigating the issue, Japanese media reports.

>
> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>
> >> Newest Treat From China -
> >> Formaldehyde In Kids Candy
> >> Candy Incident Raises Concerns
> >> From Dr. Patricia Doyle, PhD From ProMed Mail
> >> By Shan Juan
> >> The China Daily

>
> >> The (Chinese) government is deeply concerned by reports that some
> >> Filipino students have fallen ill after eating Chinese-made milk
> >> candies, the spokesman of the Ministry of Commerce said. A special
> >> team of food safety experts will be sent to the Philippines if
> >> necessary to assist in the investigation, the spokesman said. He
> >> declined to reveal the name of the candies.

>
> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>
> >>http://www.iht.com/articles/2008/09/25/europe/toxic.php

>
> >> Toxic milk in China leads EU to order tests on food imports
> >> By Elisabeth Rosenthal
> >> Published: September 25, 2008

>
> >> Food containing tainted milk powder from China may be circulating in
> >> Europe, potentially putting children at risk, the European Food Safety
> >> Authority concluded Thursday. Cookies, toffees and chocolates are the
> >> major concerns.

>
> >> In China, milk products contaminated with the industrial chemical
> >> melamine have sickened more than 50,000 young children in recent weeks
> >> and created a spiraling government scandal.

>
> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>
> >>http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,428101,00.html

>
> >> Japanese Cookies Latest Food to Be Tainted by Chinese Milk
> >> Thursday, September 25, 2008

>
> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>
> >> New York Times
> >> Filler in Animal Feed Is Open Secret in China
> >> By DAVID BARBOZA and ALEXEI BARRIONUEVO

>
> >> ZHANGQIU, China *$)A !* *For years, producers of animal feed all over China
> >> have secretly supplemented their feed with the substance, called
> >> melamine, a cheap additive that looks like protein in tests, even
> >> though it does not provide any nutritional benefits, according to
> >> melamine scrap traders and agricultural workers here.

>
> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>
> >> Chinese Milk Banned in Korea, France as Concern Rises
> >> By Sungwoo Park and Lee Spears

>
> >> Sept. 25 (Bloomberg) -- South Korea and France banned Chinese dairy
> >> products amid escalating international concern about chemical
> >> contamination that has killed four infants and sickened 53,000 in
> >> China.

>
> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>
> >>http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...74986/Chinese-....

>
> >> Chinese ordered cover-up of tainted milk scandal
> >> Chinese authorities ordered a cover-up of a tainted milk scandal that
> >> has poisoned tens of thousands of babies because they feared social
> >> unrest if the news was made public, The Daily Telegraph has learned.
> >> By Richard Spencer in Beijing and Peter Foster in New Zealand
> >> Last Updated: 1:51AM BST 25 Sep 2008

>
> >> LESSON: NOTHING MADE IN CHINA IS FIT FOR HUMANS OR PETS.- Hide quoted text -

>
> - Show quoted text -


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Who the hell are you to meddle with our Chinese affairs?

The arrogant American?

Yea, right.


On Thu, 25 Sep 2008 22:17:37 -0700 (PDT), wrote:

>On Sep 25, 6:36?pm, none <""bbb\"@(none)"> wrote:
>> On Thu, 25 Sep 2008 14:36:41 -0700 (PDT), wrote:
>> >Stay away from Chinese products as much as you can. China produces
>> >from fake automobile parts to toxic food have killed people around the
>> >world!!! Mainland Chinese companies do NOT understand business
>> >ethics!!! So don't kill yourself with your own money!!!

>>
>> >PRC (China) = Poison's Republic of Counterfeit

>>
>> >Oops, better run, those commie thugs will attack me again...

>>
>> Since you are a Taiwanese, I will give you the exception. The days of
>> fighting with my Taiwanese brothers to create a scene is over.

>
>The days of Ray being an ass on Usenet, however, have just begun.
>
>> China
>> today is fully capable of protecting Taiwan both militarily and
>> economically.

>
>Militarily, China is the main *threat* to Taiwan, Ray. And Taiwan is
>still the largest investor in China, so you are full of it as ever,
>Ray.
>
>> We will live like a family from now on.

>
>A dysfunctional family, Ray. You really aren't saying anything
>meaningful here, Ray. Just flapping your gums and making the grown-ups
>chuckle.
>
>
>>
>>
>>
>> >On Sep 25, 5:02?pm, wrote:
>> >>
http://www.chinaeconomicreview.com/d...1_15/China_dec...
>>
>> >> 15 January 2008

>>
>> >> Beijing called a four-month campaign to guarantee food and product
>> >> safety a "complete success," Reuters reported. The campaign was
>> >> launched after a series of widely publicized issues surrounding
>> >> children's toys and pet food sparked international concern over
>> >> Chinese exports. As part of the campaign, which inspected more than
>> >> 3,000 toy exporters and manufacturers, China revoked 600 export
>> >> licenses. China's chief quality inspector also said that the practice
>> >> of using non-food materials and recycled food in food production had
>> >> been "basically eliminated." Seeking to allay concerns over food
>> >> safety in the run-up to the Olympics, Beijing has announced measures
>> >> to monitor food quality during the games

>>
>> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>>
>> >>http://www.japannewsreview.com/socie...31page_id=3877

>>
>> >> Thursday, January 31, 2008 6:47 pm

>>
>> >> Over 70 cases of food poisioning from Chinese-made dumplings
>> >> discovered

>>
>> >> More than 60 new victims of food poisoning from frozen Chinese-made
>> >> ?$)A !0 gyoza !1 ?dumplings have been discovered in 18 different prefectures
>> >> after the first 10 victims were discovered in Chiba and Hyogo
>> >> Prefecture on Wednesday. The Japanese government is now urging China
>> >> to cooperate in investigating the issue, Japanese media reports.

>>
>> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>>
>> >> Newest Treat From China -
>> >> Formaldehyde In Kids Candy
>> >> Candy Incident Raises Concerns
>> >> From Dr. Patricia Doyle, PhD From ProMed Mail
>> >> By Shan Juan
>> >> The China Daily

>>
>> >> The (Chinese) government is deeply concerned by reports that some
>> >> Filipino students have fallen ill after eating Chinese-made milk
>> >> candies, the spokesman of the Ministry of Commerce said. A special
>> >> team of food safety experts will be sent to the Philippines if
>> >> necessary to assist in the investigation, the spokesman said. He
>> >> declined to reveal the name of the candies.

>>
>> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>>
>> >>http://www.iht.com/articles/2008/09/25/europe/toxic.php

>>
>> >> Toxic milk in China leads EU to order tests on food imports
>> >> By Elisabeth Rosenthal
>> >> Published: September 25, 2008

>>
>> >> Food containing tainted milk powder from China may be circulating in
>> >> Europe, potentially putting children at risk, the European Food Safety
>> >> Authority concluded Thursday. Cookies, toffees and chocolates are the
>> >> major concerns.

>>
>> >> In China, milk products contaminated with the industrial chemical
>> >> melamine have sickened more than 50,000 young children in recent weeks
>> >> and created a spiraling government scandal.

>>
>> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>>
>> >>http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,428101,00.html

>>
>> >> Japanese Cookies Latest Food to Be Tainted by Chinese Milk
>> >> Thursday, September 25, 2008

>>
>> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>>
>> >> New York Times
>> >> Filler in Animal Feed Is Open Secret in China
>> >> By DAVID BARBOZA and ALEXEI BARRIONUEVO

>>
>> >> ZHANGQIU, China ?$)A !* ?For years, producers of animal feed all over China
>> >> have secretly supplemented their feed with the substance, called
>> >> melamine, a cheap additive that looks like protein in tests, even
>> >> though it does not provide any nutritional benefits, according to
>> >> melamine scrap traders and agricultural workers here.

>>
>> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>>
>> >> Chinese Milk Banned in Korea, France as Concern Rises
>> >> By Sungwoo Park and Lee Spears

>>
>> >> Sept. 25 (Bloomberg) -- South Korea and France banned Chinese dairy
>> >> products amid escalating international concern about chemical
>> >> contamination that has killed four infants and sickened 53,000 in
>> >> China.

>>
>> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>>
>> >>http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...74986/Chinese-...

>>
>> >> Chinese ordered cover-up of tainted milk scandal
>> >> Chinese authorities ordered a cover-up of a tainted milk scandal that
>> >> has poisoned tens of thousands of babies because they feared social
>> >> unrest if the news was made public, The Daily Telegraph has learned.
>> >> By Richard Spencer in Beijing and Peter Foster in New Zealand
>> >> Last Updated: 1:51AM BST 25 Sep 2008

>>
>> >> LESSON: NOTHING MADE IN CHINA IS FIT FOR HUMANS OR PETS.- Hide quoted text -

>>
>> - Show quoted text -

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On Sep 25, 10:50*pm, none <""bbb\"@(none)"> wrote:
> Who the hell are you to meddle with our Chinese affairs?
>
> The arrogant American?


When confronted with the truth, Ray mumbles something about "our
affairs" and holds his breath and until he turns blue. He does not,
however, make any attempt to refute the simple truth.

> Yea, right.
>
>
>
> On Thu, 25 Sep 2008 22:17:37 -0700 (PDT), wrote:
> >On Sep 25, 6:36?pm, none <""bbb\"@(none)"> wrote:
> >> On Thu, 25 Sep 2008 14:36:41 -0700 (PDT), wrote:
> >> >Stay away from Chinese products as much as you can. China produces
> >> >from fake automobile parts to toxic food have killed people around the
> >> >world!!! Mainland Chinese companies do NOT understand business
> >> >ethics!!! So don't kill yourself with your own money!!!

>
> >> >PRC (China) = Poison's Republic of Counterfeit

>
> >> >Oops, better run, those commie thugs will attack me again...

>
> >> Since you are a Taiwanese, I will give you the exception. The days of
> >> fighting with my Taiwanese brothers to create a scene is over.

>
> >The days of Ray being an ass on Usenet, however, have just begun.

>
> >> China
> >> today is fully capable of protecting Taiwan both militarily and
> >> economically.

>
> >Militarily, China is the main *threat* to Taiwan, Ray. And Taiwan is
> >still the largest investor in China, so you are full of it as ever,
> >Ray.

>
> >> We will live like a family from now on.

>
> >A dysfunctional family, Ray. You really aren't saying anything
> >meaningful here, Ray. Just flapping your gums and making the grown-ups
> >chuckle.

>
> >> >On Sep 25, 5:02?pm, wrote:
> >> >>http://www.chinaeconomicreview.com/d...1_15/China_dec...

>
> >> >> 15 January 2008

>
> >> >> Beijing called a four-month campaign to guarantee food and product
> >> >> safety a "complete success," Reuters reported. The campaign was
> >> >> launched after a series of widely publicized issues surrounding
> >> >> children's toys and pet food sparked international concern over
> >> >> Chinese exports. As part of the campaign, which inspected more than
> >> >> 3,000 toy exporters and manufacturers, China revoked 600 export
> >> >> licenses. China's chief quality inspector also said that the practice
> >> >> of using non-food materials and recycled food in food production had
> >> >> been "basically eliminated." Seeking to allay concerns over food
> >> >> safety in the run-up to the Olympics, Beijing has announced measures
> >> >> to monitor food quality during the games

>
> >> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>
> >> >>http://www.japannewsreview.com/socie...31page_id=3877

>
> >> >> Thursday, January 31, 2008 6:47 pm

>
> >> >> Over 70 cases of food poisioning from Chinese-made dumplings
> >> >> discovered

>
> >> >> More than 60 new victims of food poisoning from frozen Chinese-made
> >> >> ?$)A !0 gyoza !1 ?dumplings have been discovered in 18 different prefectures
> >> >> after the first 10 victims were discovered in Chiba and Hyogo
> >> >> Prefecture on Wednesday. The Japanese government is now urging China
> >> >> to cooperate in investigating the issue, Japanese media reports.

>
> >> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>
> >> >> Newest Treat From China -
> >> >> Formaldehyde In Kids Candy
> >> >> Candy Incident Raises Concerns
> >> >> From Dr. Patricia Doyle, PhD From ProMed Mail
> >> >> By Shan Juan
> >> >> The China Daily

>
> >> >> The (Chinese) government is deeply concerned by reports that some
> >> >> Filipino students have fallen ill after eating Chinese-made milk
> >> >> candies, the spokesman of the Ministry of Commerce said. A special
> >> >> team of food safety experts will be sent to the Philippines if
> >> >> necessary to assist in the investigation, the spokesman said. He
> >> >> declined to reveal the name of the candies.

>
> >> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>
> >> >>http://www.iht.com/articles/2008/09/25/europe/toxic.php

>
> >> >> Toxic milk in China leads EU to order tests on food imports
> >> >> By Elisabeth Rosenthal
> >> >> Published: September 25, 2008

>
> >> >> Food containing tainted milk powder from China may be circulating in
> >> >> Europe, potentially putting children at risk, the European Food Safety
> >> >> Authority concluded Thursday. Cookies, toffees and chocolates are the
> >> >> major concerns.

>
> >> >> In China, milk products contaminated with the industrial chemical
> >> >> melamine have sickened more than 50,000 young children in recent weeks
> >> >> and created a spiraling government scandal.

>
> >> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>
> >> >>http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,428101,00.html

>
> >> >> Japanese Cookies Latest Food to Be Tainted by Chinese Milk
> >> >> Thursday, September 25, 2008

>
> >> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>
> >> >> New York Times
> >> >> Filler in Animal Feed Is Open Secret in China
> >> >> By DAVID BARBOZA and ALEXEI BARRIONUEVO

>
> >> >> ZHANGQIU, China ?$)A !* ?For years, producers of animal feed all over China
> >> >> have secretly supplemented their feed with the substance, called
> >> >> melamine, a cheap additive that looks like protein in tests, even
> >> >> though it does not provide any nutritional benefits, according to
> >> >> melamine scrap traders and agricultural workers here.

>
> >> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>
> >> >> Chinese Milk Banned in Korea, France as Concern Rises
> >> >> By Sungwoo Park and Lee Spears

>
> >> >> Sept. 25 (Bloomberg) -- South Korea and France banned Chinese dairy
> >> >> products amid escalating international concern about chemical
> >> >> contamination that has killed four infants and sickened 53,000 in
> >> >> China.

>
> >> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>
> >> >>http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...74986/Chinese-...

>
> >> >> Chinese ordered cover-up of tainted milk scandal
> >> >> Chinese authorities ordered a cover-up of a tainted milk scandal that
> >> >> has poisoned tens of thousands of babies because they feared social
> >> >> unrest if the news was made public, The Daily Telegraph has learned..
> >> >> By Richard Spencer in Beijing and Peter Foster in New Zealand
> >> >> Last Updated: 1:51AM BST 25 Sep 2008

>
> >> >> LESSON: NOTHING MADE IN CHINA IS FIT FOR HUMANS OR PETS.- Hide quoted text -

>
> >> - Show quoted text -- Hide quoted text -

>
> - Show quoted text -




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""bbb\"@(none)" (none) wrote in
:

> Who the hell are you to meddle with our Chinese affairs?


Nobody's going to "meddle" with your internal Chinese affairs.

Quite the contrary, as it becomes aware of your internal Chinese
affairs, the rest of the world will start to leave you very much alone
to practice your internal Chinese affairs on each other and find
other, more honest partners to do business with.

I'm sure you'll all appreciate the privacy.

--
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On Sep 25, 10:50*pm, none <""bbb\"@(none)"> wrote:
> Who the hell are you to meddle with our Chinese affairs?
>
> The arrogant American?
>
> Yea, right.


No one in usernet, in soc.culture,china or any public forum meddles in
China's affairs. There is no way we can. It's only a discussion
group showing our divergent views on subjects of common interest.
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On 26 Sep 2008 15:09:42 GMT, Bert Hyman > wrote:

>""bbb\"@(none)" (none) wrote in
:
>
>> Who the hell are you to meddle with our Chinese affairs?

>
>Nobody's going to "meddle" with your internal Chinese affairs.


Thanks, but no thanks, cause we know why you evil imperialists tucked
your tail between your legs and moved to Guam.

>
>Quite the contrary, as it becomes aware of your internal Chinese
>affairs, the rest of the world will start to leave you very much alone
>to practice your internal Chinese affairs on each other and find
>other, more honest partners to do business with.


Very good. When are you going to kill the Globalization? I can't wait
to see it happens.

>
>I'm sure you'll all appreciate the privacy.


Absolutely, don't let the door hit your ass on your way out.
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On Sep 26, 3:24*pm, none <""bbb\"@(none)"> wrote:
> On 26 Sep 2008 15:09:42 GMT, Bert Hyman > wrote:
>
> >""bbb\"@(none)" (none) wrote in
> :

>
> >> Who the hell are you to meddle with our Chinese affairs?

>
> >Nobody's going to "meddle" with your internal Chinese affairs.

>
> Thanks, but no thanks, cause we know why you evil imperialists tucked
> your tail between your legs and moved to Guam.
>
>
>
> >Quite the contrary, as it becomes aware of your internal Chinese
> >affairs, the rest of the world will start to leave you very much alone
> >to practice your internal Chinese affairs on each other and find
> >other, more honest partners to do business with.

>
> Very good. When are you going to kill the Globalization? I can't wait
> to see it happens.
>
>
>
> >I'm sure you'll all appreciate the privacy.

>
> Absolutely, don't let the door hit your ass on your way out.


Uh, Ray, seeing as you live in the US, don't you think this sounds a
tad silly?
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On Fri, 26 Sep 2008 08:03:21 -0700 (PDT), wrote:

>On Sep 25, 10:50?pm, none <""bbb\"@(none)"> wrote:
>> Who the hell are you to meddle with our Chinese affairs?
>>
>> The arrogant American?

>
>When confronted with the truth, Ray mumbles something about "our
>affairs" and holds his breath and until he turns blue. He does not,
>however, make any attempt to refute the simple truth.


I have shown you the real truth repeatedly. Too bad you are too dumb
to get it.

>
>> Yea, right.
>>
>>
>>
>> On Thu, 25 Sep 2008 22:17:37 -0700 (PDT), wrote:
>> >On Sep 25, 6:36?pm, none <""bbb\"@(none)"> wrote:
>> >> On Thu, 25 Sep 2008 14:36:41 -0700 (PDT), wrote:
>> >> >Stay away from Chinese products as much as you can. China produces
>> >> >from fake automobile parts to toxic food have killed people around the
>> >> >world!!! Mainland Chinese companies do NOT understand business
>> >> >ethics!!! So don't kill yourself with your own money!!!

>>
>> >> >PRC (China) = Poison's Republic of Counterfeit

>>
>> >> >Oops, better run, those commie thugs will attack me again...

>>
>> >> Since you are a Taiwanese, I will give you the exception. The days of
>> >> fighting with my Taiwanese brothers to create a scene is over.

>>
>> >The days of Ray being an ass on Usenet, however, have just begun.

>>
>> >> China
>> >> today is fully capable of protecting Taiwan both militarily and
>> >> economically.

>>
>> >Militarily, China is the main *threat* to Taiwan, Ray. And Taiwan is
>> >still the largest investor in China, so you are full of it as ever,
>> >Ray.

>>
>> >> We will live like a family from now on.

>>
>> >A dysfunctional family, Ray. You really aren't saying anything
>> >meaningful here, Ray. Just flapping your gums and making the grown-ups
>> >chuckle.

>>
>> >> >On Sep 25, 5:02?pm, wrote:
>> >> >>
http://www.chinaeconomicreview.com/d...1_15/China_dec...
>>
>> >> >> 15 January 2008

>>
>> >> >> Beijing called a four-month campaign to guarantee food and product
>> >> >> safety a "complete success," Reuters reported. The campaign was
>> >> >> launched after a series of widely publicized issues surrounding
>> >> >> children's toys and pet food sparked international concern over
>> >> >> Chinese exports. As part of the campaign, which inspected more than
>> >> >> 3,000 toy exporters and manufacturers, China revoked 600 export
>> >> >> licenses. China's chief quality inspector also said that the practice
>> >> >> of using non-food materials and recycled food in food production had
>> >> >> been "basically eliminated." Seeking to allay concerns over food
>> >> >> safety in the run-up to the Olympics, Beijing has announced measures
>> >> >> to monitor food quality during the games

>>
>> >> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>>
>> >> >>http://www.japannewsreview.com/socie...31page_id=3877

>>
>> >> >> Thursday, January 31, 2008 6:47 pm

>>
>> >> >> Over 70 cases of food poisioning from Chinese-made dumplings
>> >> >> discovered

>>
>> >> >> More than 60 new victims of food poisoning from frozen Chinese-made
>> >> >> ?$)A !0 gyoza !1 ?dumplings have been discovered in 18 different prefectures
>> >> >> after the first 10 victims were discovered in Chiba and Hyogo
>> >> >> Prefecture on Wednesday. The Japanese government is now urging China
>> >> >> to cooperate in investigating the issue, Japanese media reports.

>>
>> >> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>>
>> >> >> Newest Treat From China -
>> >> >> Formaldehyde In Kids Candy
>> >> >> Candy Incident Raises Concerns
>> >> >> From Dr. Patricia Doyle, PhD From ProMed Mail
>> >> >> By Shan Juan
>> >> >> The China Daily

>>
>> >> >> The (Chinese) government is deeply concerned by reports that some
>> >> >> Filipino students have fallen ill after eating Chinese-made milk
>> >> >> candies, the spokesman of the Ministry of Commerce said. A special
>> >> >> team of food safety experts will be sent to the Philippines if
>> >> >> necessary to assist in the investigation, the spokesman said. He
>> >> >> declined to reveal the name of the candies.

>>
>> >> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>>
>> >> >>http://www.iht.com/articles/2008/09/25/europe/toxic.php

>>
>> >> >> Toxic milk in China leads EU to order tests on food imports
>> >> >> By Elisabeth Rosenthal
>> >> >> Published: September 25, 2008

>>
>> >> >> Food containing tainted milk powder from China may be circulating in
>> >> >> Europe, potentially putting children at risk, the European Food Safety
>> >> >> Authority concluded Thursday. Cookies, toffees and chocolates are the
>> >> >> major concerns.

>>
>> >> >> In China, milk products contaminated with the industrial chemical
>> >> >> melamine have sickened more than 50,000 young children in recent weeks
>> >> >> and created a spiraling government scandal.

>>
>> >> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>>
>> >> >>http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,428101,00.html

>>
>> >> >> Japanese Cookies Latest Food to Be Tainted by Chinese Milk
>> >> >> Thursday, September 25, 2008

>>
>> >> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>>
>> >> >> New York Times
>> >> >> Filler in Animal Feed Is Open Secret in China
>> >> >> By DAVID BARBOZA and ALEXEI BARRIONUEVO

>>
>> >> >> ZHANGQIU, China ?$)A !* ?For years, producers of animal feed all over China
>> >> >> have secretly supplemented their feed with the substance, called
>> >> >> melamine, a cheap additive that looks like protein in tests, even
>> >> >> though it does not provide any nutritional benefits, according to
>> >> >> melamine scrap traders and agricultural workers here.

>>
>> >> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>>
>> >> >> Chinese Milk Banned in Korea, France as Concern Rises
>> >> >> By Sungwoo Park and Lee Spears

>>
>> >> >> Sept. 25 (Bloomberg) -- South Korea and France banned Chinese dairy
>> >> >> products amid escalating international concern about chemical
>> >> >> contamination that has killed four infants and sickened 53,000 in
>> >> >> China.

>>
>> >> >> -------------------------------------------------------

>>
>> >> >>http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...74986/Chinese-...

>>
>> >> >> Chinese ordered cover-up of tainted milk scandal
>> >> >> Chinese authorities ordered a cover-up of a tainted milk scandal that
>> >> >> has poisoned tens of thousands of babies because they feared social
>> >> >> unrest if the news was made public, The Daily Telegraph has learned.
>> >> >> By Richard Spencer in Beijing and Peter Foster in New Zealand
>> >> >> Last Updated: 1:51AM BST 25 Sep 2008

>>
>> >> >> LESSON: NOTHING MADE IN CHINA IS FIT FOR HUMANS OR PETS.- Hide quoted text -

>>
>> >> - Show quoted text -- Hide quoted text -

>>
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Default Stay away from Chinese products as much as you can. China produces from fake automobile parts to toxic food have killed people around the world!!! Mainland Chinese companies do NOT understand business ethics!!! So don't kill yourself with your

On Fri, 26 Sep 2008 15:26:15 -0700 (PDT), wrote:

>On Sep 26, 3:24?pm, none <""bbb\"@(none)"> wrote:
>> On 26 Sep 2008 15:09:42 GMT, Bert Hyman > wrote:
>>
>> >""bbb\"@(none)" (none) wrote in
>> :

>>
>> >> Who the hell are you to meddle with our Chinese affairs?

>>
>> >Nobody's going to "meddle" with your internal Chinese affairs.

>>
>> Thanks, but no thanks, cause we know why you evil imperialists tucked
>> your tail between your legs and moved to Guam.
>>
>>
>>
>> >Quite the contrary, as it becomes aware of your internal Chinese
>> >affairs, the rest of the world will start to leave you very much alone
>> >to practice your internal Chinese affairs on each other and find
>> >other, more honest partners to do business with.

>>
>> Very good. When are you going to kill the Globalization? I can't wait
>> to see it happens.
>>
>>
>>
>> >I'm sure you'll all appreciate the privacy.

>>
>> Absolutely, don't let the door hit your ass on your way out.

>
>Uh, Ray, seeing as you live in the US, don't you think this sounds a
>tad silly?


What is your objection of me kicking the asses of the US imperialists?
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Default Stay away from Chinese products as much as you can. China producesfrom fake automobile parts to toxic food have killed people around the world!!!Mainland Chinese companies do NOT understand business ethics!!! So don't

you are just telling lies and label it to be truth only.
that is why you can never reply to rebuts.


none 提到:

> On Fri, 26 Sep 2008 08:03:21 -0700 (PDT), wrote:
>
>
>>On Sep 25, 10:50?pm, none <""bbb\"@(none)"> wrote:
>>
>>>Who the hell are you to meddle with our Chinese affairs?
>>>
>>>The arrogant American?

>>
>>When confronted with the truth, Ray mumbles something about "our
>>affairs" and holds his breath and until he turns blue. He does not,
>>however, make any attempt to refute the simple truth.

>
>
> I have shown you the real truth repeatedly. Too bad you are too dumb
> to get it.
>
>
>>>Yea, right.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>On Thu, 25 Sep 2008 22:17:37 -0700 (PDT), wrote:
>>>
>>>>On Sep 25, 6:36?pm, none <""bbb\"@(none)"> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>>On Thu, 25 Sep 2008 14:36:41 -0700 (PDT), wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>>Stay away from Chinese products as much as you can. China produces
>>>>>
>>>>>>from fake automobile parts to toxic food have killed people around the
>>>>>
>>>>>>world!!! Mainland Chinese companies do NOT understand business
>>>>>>ethics!!! So don't kill yourself with your own money!!!
>>>
>>>>>>PRC (China) = Poison's Republic of Counterfeit
>>>
>>>>>>Oops, better run, those commie thugs will attack me again...
>>>
>>>>>Since you are a Taiwanese, I will give you the exception. The days of
>>>>>fighting with my Taiwanese brothers to create a scene is over.
>>>
>>>>The days of Ray being an ass on Usenet, however, have just begun.
>>>
>>>>>China
>>>>>today is fully capable of protecting Taiwan both militarily and
>>>>>economically.
>>>
>>>>Militarily, China is the main *threat* to Taiwan, Ray. And Taiwan is
>>>>still the largest investor in China, so you are full of it as ever,
>>>>Ray.
>>>
>>>>>We will live like a family from now on.
>>>
>>>>A dysfunctional family, Ray. You really aren't saying anything
>>>>meaningful here, Ray. Just flapping your gums and making the grown-ups
>>>>chuckle.
>>>
>>>>>>On Sep 25, 5:02?pm, wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
http://www.chinaeconomicreview.com/d...1_15/China_dec...
>>>
>>>>>>>15 January 2008
>>>
>>>>>>>Beijing called a four-month campaign to guarantee food and product
>>>>>>>safety a "complete success," Reuters reported. The campaign was
>>>>>>>launched after a series of widely publicized issues surrounding
>>>>>>>children's toys and pet food sparked international concern over
>>>>>>>Chinese exports. As part of the campaign, which inspected more than
>>>>>>>3,000 toy exporters and manufacturers, China revoked 600 export
>>>>>>>licenses. China's chief quality inspector also said that the practice
>>>>>>>of using non-food materials and recycled food in food production had
>>>>>>>been "basically eliminated." Seeking to allay concerns over food
>>>>>>>safety in the run-up to the Olympics, Beijing has announced measures
>>>>>>>to monitor food quality during the games
>>>
>>>>>>>-------------------------------------------------------
>>>
>>>>>>>http://www.japannewsreview.com/socie...31page_id=3877
>>>
>>>>>>>Thursday, January 31, 2008 6:47 pm
>>>
>>>>>>>Over 70 cases of food poisioning from Chinese-made dumplings
>>>>>>>discovered
>>>
>>>>>>>More than 60 new victims of food poisoning from frozen Chinese-made
>>>>>>>?$)A !0 gyoza !1 ?dumplings have been discovered in 18 different prefectures
>>>>>>>after the first 10 victims were discovered in Chiba and Hyogo
>>>>>>>Prefecture on Wednesday. The Japanese government is now urging China
>>>>>>>to cooperate in investigating the issue, Japanese media reports.
>>>
>>>>>>>-------------------------------------------------------
>>>
>>>>>>>Newest Treat From China -
>>>>>>>Formaldehyde In Kids Candy
>>>>>>>Candy Incident Raises Concerns
>>>>>>>From Dr. Patricia Doyle, PhD From ProMed Mail
>>>>>>>By Shan Juan
>>>>>>>The China Daily
>>>
>>>>>>>The (Chinese) government is deeply concerned by reports that some
>>>>>>>Filipino students have fallen ill after eating Chinese-made milk
>>>>>>>candies, the spokesman of the Ministry of Commerce said. A special
>>>>>>>team of food safety experts will be sent to the Philippines if
>>>>>>>necessary to assist in the investigation, the spokesman said. He
>>>>>>>declined to reveal the name of the candies.
>>>
>>>>>>>-------------------------------------------------------
>>>
>>>>>>>http://www.iht.com/articles/2008/09/25/europe/toxic.php
>>>
>>>>>>>Toxic milk in China leads EU to order tests on food imports
>>>>>>>By Elisabeth Rosenthal
>>>>>>>Published: September 25, 2008
>>>
>>>>>>>Food containing tainted milk powder from China may be circulating in
>>>>>>>Europe, potentially putting children at risk, the European Food Safety
>>>>>>>Authority concluded Thursday. Cookies, toffees and chocolates are the
>>>>>>>major concerns.
>>>
>>>>>>>In China, milk products contaminated with the industrial chemical
>>>>>>>melamine have sickened more than 50,000 young children in recent weeks
>>>>>>>and created a spiraling government scandal.
>>>
>>>>>>>-------------------------------------------------------
>>>
>>>>>>>http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,428101,00.html
>>>
>>>>>>>Japanese Cookies Latest Food to Be Tainted by Chinese Milk
>>>>>>>Thursday, September 25, 2008
>>>
>>>>>>>-------------------------------------------------------
>>>
>>>>>>>New York Times
>>>>>>>Filler in Animal Feed Is Open Secret in China
>>>>>>>By DAVID BARBOZA and ALEXEI BARRIONUEVO
>>>
>>>>>>>ZHANGQIU, China ?$)A !* ?For years, producers of animal feed all over China
>>>>>>>have secretly supplemented their feed with the substance, called
>>>>>>>melamine, a cheap additive that looks like protein in tests, even
>>>>>>>though it does not provide any nutritional benefits, according to
>>>>>>>melamine scrap traders and agricultural workers here.
>>>
>>>>>>>-------------------------------------------------------
>>>
>>>>>>>Chinese Milk Banned in Korea, France as Concern Rises
>>>>>>>By Sungwoo Park and Lee Spears
>>>
>>>>>>>Sept. 25 (Bloomberg) -- South Korea and France banned Chinese dairy
>>>>>>>products amid escalating international concern about chemical
>>>>>>>contamination that has killed four infants and sickened 53,000 in
>>>>>>>China.
>>>
>>>>>>>-------------------------------------------------------
>>>
>>>>>>>http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...74986/Chinese-...
>>>
>>>>>>>Chinese ordered cover-up of tainted milk scandal
>>>>>>>Chinese authorities ordered a cover-up of a tainted milk scandal that
>>>>>>>has poisoned tens of thousands of babies because they feared social
>>>>>>>unrest if the news was made public, The Daily Telegraph has learned.
>>>>>>>By Richard Spencer in Beijing and Peter Foster in New Zealand
>>>>>>>Last Updated: 1:51AM BST 25 Sep 2008
>>>
>>>>>>>LESSON: NOTHING MADE IN CHINA IS FIT FOR HUMANS OR PETS.- Hide quoted text -
>>>
>>>>>- Show quoted text -- Hide quoted text -
>>>
>>>- Show quoted text -

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