Pop quiz! Can you tell the difference between quotes from Global Times (“voice” of the Communist Party) and South China Morning Post editorials? All extracts relate to the Occupy movement. Click on the date-stamp for the answer!
Editors Hu Xijin vs Wang Xiangwei
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“As the Occupy Central impasse drags on, those behind the civil disobedience movement find themselves under growing pressure to review their strategy. The ideas being considered are anything but constructive”
Global Times or SCMP editorial? Published on 6/11/14 – click for answer.
“Hong Kong’s rule of law has been severely challenged by street politics, which continues to haunt Hong Kong society.”
Global Times or SCMP editorial? Published on 2/12/14 – click for answer.
“There has been no precedent that the rule of law can stay unaffected when political chaos is taking place, and Hong Kong is no exception. Both Occupy Central and the incident yesterday show similar disregard for Hong Kong’s rule of law.”
Global Times or SCMP editorial? Published on 20/11/14 – click for answer.
“However lofty the goal, Occupy has not brought Hong Kong closer to democracy. Instead of being civilised and peaceful, the protests were marred by scuffles and clashes. “
Global Times or SCMP editorial? Published on 4/12/14 – click for answer.