The following post by a Beijing-based accountant with 26,000 Weibo followers, was deleted from Sina Weibo on July 15, 2012. The post relates a conversation over lunch in which Chinese diners come to the conclusion that China in fact is the country that most discriminates against China — which is to say, against Chinese. [More on deleted posts at the WeiboScope Search, by the Journalism and Media Studies Centre].
When we were eating lunch, everyone was talking about which country discriminates most against China. From that point on the list filled up with [examples] of [how China itself is] the most discriminatory place in the world for Chinese: preventing Chinese from freely coming and going, limiting Chinese in purchasing homes, preventing Chinese from buying cars, limiting Chinese children in going freely to school, forcing Chinese to pay higher taxes, making Chinese pay higher prices for fuel, and higher prices for internet access, giving Chinese hogwash oil [to eat] and Mengniu milk powder [to drink], intruding on the rights of Chinese to have elections . . . After that, no one had anything else to say.
The original Chinese post follows:
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