【禁聞】中國富人怪異表演緣何嚇倒美國人?

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【新唐人2014年07月07日訊】隨著越來越了的中國人出國旅遊或者定居,他們的一些行為被西方人視為怪異也很反感。比如,中國大媽在紐約公園跳健身舞,因為噪音太大被警察拷走;再如七千人的中國旅遊團降臨洛杉磯,在廣場升中國旗、唱中國歌;還有中國商人陳光標到紐約登廣告,宣稱給美國窮人提供一頓免費的午餐和派發現金等等,都令當地人不可思議、不可羞恥。

美國媒體去年八月曾經報導,紐約布魯克林的日落公園成為華人晨練、休閒、健身的重要場所,他們大多喜歡在音樂的伴奏下大跳集體舞或交際舞,引來周圍居民的抗議與抱怨。有人多次報警,警察趕來將領隊銬起並開傳票。

現居美國的電影編劇,美國北大筆會副會長何哲認為,某些中國人素質很低,不懂得關心別人,不懂得「己所不欲勿施於人」。

美國電影編劇、北大筆會副會長何哲:「另外就是中國的信息不通,好多事情不以為恥。好多信息在國外的好多做法他並不了解,自以為是,像跳廣場舞,他就不懂得在國外騷擾別人,人家都可以打九一一報警。」

今年五月來自一家傳銷公司的七千人,搭乘70多個航班,分批抵達洛杉磯。他們在洛杉磯匯聚召開大會和晚宴。據了解,這個旅行團預定了當地30家酒店;12000個房間,估計為酒店帶來了8500萬美元的收入。這7000人在洛杉磯合影同時齊唱國歌、升國旗、數百人同時過馬路,場面壯觀引來不少路人圍觀。

接著今年六月,中國商人陳光標來美國紐約登臺表演。他在《紐約時報》上刊登廣告,宣稱要宴請窮人免費午餐,到場的人還將發給現金300美元等。他把自己的照片和雷鋒的照片並列在一起。

宴請窮人那天,陳光標讓當地一幫華人和幾位美國流浪漢,穿起當年紅軍的軍裝。由於場地限制,眾多流浪漢被擋在餐廳門外,引發不滿和抗議。

事後與陳光標合作的慈善組織「紐約市援助會」公關理事米歇爾•托爾森(Michelle Tolson) 向媒體表示,「如果早知道陳光標要給流浪漢現金,是不會與他合作的」。

美國與中國的媒體和網民對陳光標到美國表演,有各種各樣的評述,但都不約而同使用了「怪異」這個詞。

美國哥倫比亞大學人權研究所訪問學者谷川表示,某些中國富人在美國的表演,實際上是為了配合中共官方的宣傳,背後可能有官方的支持。

美國哥倫比亞大學人權研究所訪問學者谷川:「像陳光標那種所謂的慈善,實際上是一種偽善,一種假的慈善,他就是為了撈取他個人的名聲,他不會是真正為了慈善。如果他真正想做慈善的話,國內那麼多窮人他可以幫助他們。而美國這邊他們有一套完善的慈善體系。」

陳光標在免費的午餐上帶出來兩名「被毀容的母女」。今年年初陳光標到紐約上演收購《紐約時報》鬧劇的時候,就曾經帶著這兩名女子亮相。當時她們對媒體宣稱,她們是2001年在天安門廣場自焚的所謂法輪功學員。不過,她們的真實身份令人質疑。

2001年,國際教育發展組織在聯合國的報告中已經指出,天安門自焚事件實際上是被策劃導演的。

何哲指出,外媒或許沒有意識到的一點,陳光標是一個政治人物,不是慈善人物。

何哲:「他每一次做慈善,他都帶著政治目地,打出一些政治符號,基本上他是一個政治人物,我不認為他是一個慈善人物。因為慈善人物他和政治是不會掛勾的。」

《法國國際廣播電臺》報導說,就在有錢的中國大媽到外國大跳廣場舞的時候,沒錢的中國大媽正為社會的不公和生活的艱辛苦苦掙扎。近來有四位中國大媽跑到美國駐北京大使館前,脫得一絲不掛,為受迫害的兒女喊冤。人們倒不覺得他們怪異,只感到震驚和心痛。

採訪編輯/秦雪 後製/蕭宇

Disturbing Scenes from Tacky Rich Chinese Tourists

Bizarre behavior has been observed among many
wealthy Chinese tourists or immigrants.

For example, middle aged Chinese women were arrested
due to the loudness of their fitness dance music
in New York;

A group of 7,000 Chinese tourists recently gathered in LA
and sang the anthem of the People’s Republic
of China, and raised the national flag;

Not to mention Chinese tycoon Chen Guangbiao’s
New York ads about free lunch and cash to the poor.

Last August, media reported that residents in Sunset Park,
Brooklyn, New York complained of the noise generated
by the Chinese doing fitness dancing with loud music.

Multiple complaints had the police arrest the leader
and issue a subpoena.

He Zhe, screenwriter and vice president of Peking University
PEN Club, indicates that some poorly educated Chinese
do not know how to consider, nor avoid imposing on others.

He Zhe: “Another fact is that being denied information
has made many Chinese unaware of boundaries.

They do not understand the international community,
but only being self-righteous.

Their fitness dancing in public can be disturbing to others
who are entitled to call the police."

This May, a direct-marketing company hosted 7,000 Chinese
tourists arriving on 70 different flights to an LA conference
and banquet.

With a reservation of 12,000 rooms in 30 hotels, this tourist
group was estimated to bring $ 85 million to the hotels.

They took group photos, sang the Chinese national anthem,
raised the national flag, and crossed the street all together.

They attracted many passer-by onlookers.

Then in June, Chinese tycoon Chen Guangbiao had another
show in New York.

His ads in the New York Times claimed to entertain the poor
with free lunch and $300 in cash.

He put his photo and the photo of Lei Feng together.

On the day of the charity meal, Chen had a bunch of local
Chinese and several homeless New Yorkers wear Red Army
uniforms.

Due to space limitation, many homeless were turned away
at the restaurant door, causing discontent and protest.

The New York City Rescue Mission had worked
with Chen Guangbiao on the charity lunch event.

Michelle Tolson, spokesperson, said it would not have
collaborated with Chen had it known that the controversial
philanthropist planned on giving homeless people cash,
reports Sina’s financial news web portal.

Among the many comments on Chen’s personal show in NY,
media and Internet users invariably described his behavior
as “bizarre".

Gu Chuan, visiting scholar at the Institute for the
Study of Human Rights at Columbia University,
says that some wealthy Chinese behave in the US,
in line with the regime’s official propaganda.
Official support might be behind it.

Gu Chuan: “Chen Guangbiao’s charity is in fact hypocrisy.

It is a fake. In the name of charity he gained personal fame.

His real charity could have been done to the many poor in China.

In the US, there is a sound system of charity."

During the charity meal, Chen Guangbiao once again brought
in the facially disfigured mother and daughter.

The pair had made their show early this year when Chen
staged the farce of acquiring the New York Times.

They had claimed themselves as the Falun Gong practitioners
who conducted the self-immolation in 2001.

However, their true identity is questionable.

In 2001, the international development organization
for education in the United Nations report has pointed out
that the Tiananmen self-immolation incident
was actually a planned plot.

He Zhe indicates that international media might not realize
Chen Guangbiao’s political character.

He Zhe: “Each of his charity events was accompanied
by a political goal, a political symbol.

Basically he is a political figure.
I do not think he is a philanthropist.

A genuine philanthropist will not link themselves to politics."

Radio France International reported that, when wealthy
Chinese moms enjoy fitness dance in foreign countries,
the poor Chinese moms are struggling against injustice
and hardship in China.

Four elderly Chinese women recently stripped themselves
naked in front of the U.S. Embassy in Beijing,
crying for the persecution their innocent children are suffering.

Instead of feeling bizarre, people were empathizing
with their sad and shocking experience.

Interview & Edit/QinXue Post-Production/XiaoYu

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