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Overseas Chinese rally against biased media

coverage, for Olympics
www.chinaview.cn 2008-04-20 08:43:51 Print

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Overseas Chinese in Austria rally in support of Beijing Olympics

Over 1,500 people, including Chinese expatriates and students
in Austria, stage a peaceful demonstration to show support for
the Beijing Olympics and express their anger at the "pro-Tibet
independence" activists' attacks of the Olympic torch relay in
Vienna, capital of Austria, April 19, 2008. The demonstration,
titled "Overseas Chinese in Vienna Supporting Beijing
Olympics Demonstration," was organized by 25 Chinese
groups in Austria and local Chinese-language media
organizations.(Xinhua Photo/Liu Gang)
Photo Gallery>>> VIENNA, April 19 (Xinhua) -- Chinese
expatriates staged a peaceful demonstration in Vienna on Saturday to show support for
the Beijing Olympics and express their anger at the "pro-Tibet independence" activists'
attacks of the Olympic torch relay.

The demonstration, titled "Overseas Chinese in Vienna Supporting Beijing Olympics

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Demonstration," was organized by 25 Chinese groups in Austria and local Chinese-
language media organizations.Full story

Overseas Chinese in Germany protest against biased media coverage

Thousands of Chinese expatriates and students from all across Germany attend a peaceful
demonstration to protest against the biased news coverage of the recent riots in Tibet and
voice their support for the Beijing Olympics in Berlin, capital of Germany, April 19,
2008.(Xinhua Photo/Wu Xiaoling)
Photo Gallery>>> BERLIN, April
19 (Xinhua) -- Thousands of Chinese expatriates and students from all across Germany
staged a peaceful demonstration in Berlin on Saturday, to protest against the biased news
coverage of the recent riots in Tibet and voice their support for the Beijing Olympics.

Nearly 3,000 people participated in the march, beginning from Berlin's famed downtown
Friedrichstrasse railway station to the Potsdamer Platz, a landmark square for the capital
city.Full story

Overseas Chinese in Britain rally in protest against Western media distortion

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Chinese expatriates and students in Britain attend a silence
demonstration at a square opposite to the British Parliament
building in London, capital of Britain, April 19, 2008. The
demonstration is to protest against the distorted reports by
some Western media including BBC on the March 14 Tibet
riots. More than 3,000 people joined the demonstration, the
first ever staged by the Chinese community in Britain.(Xinhua
Photo/Xie Xiudong)
Photo Gallery>>> LONDON, April 19 (Xinhua) -- Chinese
expatriates and students in Britain staged a silence demonstration at a square opposite to
the British Parliament building on Saturday, in protest against distorted reports by some
Western media including BBC on the March14 Tibet riots.

More than 3,000 people joined the demonstration, the first ever staged by the Chinese
community in Britain.Full story

Overseas Chinese in France hold rally for Olympics

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People hold boards which means "Love Our China" during a peaceful demonstration at the
Place de la Republique square in Paris, capital of France, April 19, 2008. A peaceful
demonstration was held in downtown Paris on Saturday, in which nearly 10,000 Chinese
expatriates and students in France expressed support for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games
and their anger at distorted media reports about the recent Lhasa riots.(Xinhua Photo/Song
Lidong)
Photo Gallery>>>
Overseas Chinese in U.S. protest against media bias in Tibet issue coverage

Over 300 Chinese expatriates and students in the United
States attend a peaceful demonstration to express their support
for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games and their anger at
distorted media reports about the recent Lhasa riots in front of
the Capital Hill in Washington D.C., capital of the United
States, April 19, 2008. (Xinhua Photo)
Photo Gallery>>> WASHINGTON, April 19 (Xinhua) --

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Over 300 Chinese Americans and Chinese nationals working and studying in the U.S.
gathered near the U.S. Capitol Saturday to protest against some Western media and
politicians' biased remarks about last months' riots in Lhasa, the capital city of China's
autonomous region of Tibet.

The peaceful demonstration in the Upper Senate Park, which lies across the street from
the U.S. Capitol Building, attracted Chinese Americans and overseas Chinese of all ages
and from various professions who live or study in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area.
Full story

Overseas Chinese in Canada hold rally for Olympics

Overseas Chinese hold posters and China's national flags during a rally supporting 2008
Beijing Olympic Games and opposing "Tibet independence" separatist forces in Ottawa of
Canada, April 13, 2008. Some 10,000 Chinese Canadians and Chinese students held a rally in
Ottawa Sunday to voice anger at Tibetan separatists' violence in Lhasa and western media's
distorted coverage. (Xinhua Photo)
Photo Gallery>>>

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