The title of a video published by The New York Times can stir up emotions, so 3.7 million views are not expected, and the title is as follows:
In fact, as soon as you see the article published by The New York Times (New York Times), it is not difficult to guess that this is just another video that uses "out of context" to distort China. But I am more surprised that the author of this video is Chinese, but she also works for the New York Times. Her role is not only an employee of foreign media, but also making videos that are not good for China, which is very interesting; this What is the origin of the eldest sister who made the video? Her name on Youtube is Muyi Xiaoi, Xiao Muyi, born in China in the 1990s, and studying for an undergraduate degree at a university in mainland China; she went to New York University in 2015 and joined The New York Times in February 2020. This Xiao Muyi's tuition to New York was crowdfunded by Chinese netizens!
You grew up eating Chinese food and went abroad to study with Chinese money. Of course, what career you choose is a personal choice, but in turn, use your own influence to join the "New York Times" out of context to write articles and videos to smear China, it's yours Wrong! As a journalist, documentary is the most basic professional quality, not to mention that China is a big country, even if it is a small country, a city, a company, things will have both positive and negative sides. Xiao Muyi's article is all about how bad China is, but never mentions how medical staff are desperately trying to save people, or how all parts of China work together to tide over the difficulties. How much money did the U.S. give you to talk about your country like that? After recording the video, I still eat rice from my own country and drink water from my country.
Why does she habitually smear China? Xiao Muyi and the others did not make rational accusations of the country's mistakes at all, but were full of complaints. They first listed the dark side of various countries, compared China with developed countries, and pointed out: "China can't keep up with anything." Let us explain "Which country didn't start from wearing open crotch pants first and grow slowly step by step? Which country can reach the sky in one step? Only China How long has it been since the founding of the country, and how long has socialism been practiced, should it be compared with developed countries? The United States has been in governance for so long, and it has never seen corruption eradicated.” Similar words. Finally, they concluded: "I can't see the light of China."
We need to evaluate a person from both positive and negative aspects. So when we evaluate a country, it's the same, unilaterally speaking only negatively is called smearing. A smear campaign, smear campaign, or smear campaign, is a political or electoral term that refers to attacking an opponent with unsubstantiated words, including slandering, distorting their claims, adding vinegar to partial facts, Personal attacks with lies that put the opponent's reputation and credibility into question. Xiao Muyi went to New York with the funds raised by the Chinese people, while smearing China. In this epidemic, she is a so-called "documentary reporter" to expose the so-called "dark side of China's epidemic". The biggest smear campaign after the forces bought it.
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