标题: Re: [MIT CSSA Outreach] [Chn2008] An interesting feedback Fwd: OPENING OF MIT TIBET FORUM

作者: Lu Gao

日期: 2009-04-30


谢谢zhang
qi的批评。请容许我辩解一小小下:我这样做是因为我对大家的判断力有充分的信任。事实也证明了,我没有信错人。^_^

但我也的确有我的担忧:什么时候,热血青年的我们可以在表达方式上以更平和更理性的态度呈现,什么时候我们才能算是走向了自信与成熟,走向了中西沟通和在此基础上的理解与说服。改变一些人的某些根深蒂固偏见不是一朝一夕的事,更是一个要讲求方式方法的过程。从此意义上,少来些感叹号的抨击,多来些句号的事实陈述,往往有更深远和更有意义的影响力。但是我承认,我的确没什么政治敏感性,更多的是听从作为一个中国人的良知和遵循作为一个人的基本道德,比如诚实和互敬。要小心这点很可能你是对的。好在,本周六我就退休了,相信未来的主席一定可以吸取我的经验教训做得更好!

提醒大家,记得参加本周六我们的换届选举:现场竞选,现场投票,现场出结果!每一个人的一票都很神圣,都将决定未来的一年CSSA的走向!期待你,期待每一个人,以更积极的态度一起来参与建设我们的大家庭!
Date: Saturday, May 2nd, 2009
Location: Room 4-270

Agenda:
5:00-5:15pm Lu Gao and Xiaoting Jia will give a summary of past year's work,
      and give a financial report.
5:20-5:40pm Both Team 1 and Team 2 will present.
5:45-6:05pm Both teams will answer questions raised by general CSSA members.
6:05-6:25pm CSSA members will vote for the candidates.
6:25pm    Delicious Chinese Dinner will be provided.
      CSSA representatives (XIAO Sa, FENG Wen and XU Zao) will announce
      the voting results.


Best Regards,

Lu Gao
Ph.D. Candidate,
Department of Urban Studies and Planning, MIT
Email:lugao@(protected)
Cell phone:857-207-1294



Quoting zhang qi <zhangqi@(protected)>:

> Interesting Message?
> 这个邮件太带有政治敏感色彩 你不加评论的发出来是一个不负责任的行为!
> 自己不表达立场 ,却期待大家的反应. 我对你这种方式持否定态度!
> 我想爱国的基本前提任何一个麻省理工的中国同学都是一致支持的。
> 但是身处国外政治环境复杂一切都要小心.
> 大家要小心成为各种政治势力的工具!
>
>
>
> 2009/4/29 lugao <lugao@(protected)>
>
>> Thank Timothy for this interesting message.
>>
>> Since it is some opinion that Timothy wants to teach us, please kindly
>> allow me
>> to forward it to the Chinese community. I post it on our MIT Tibet Forum as
>> well to welcome more efficient discussion there.
>>
>> http://tibetforum.mit.edu/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=549&sid=a95c735abe0680a4454980ed43738df7
>>
>>
>> Lu
>>
>> ----- Forwarded message from timothy.pi@(protected) -----
>>   Date: Wed, 29 Apr 2009 20:52:04 -0400
>>   From: "Timothy J.T. Pi" <timothy.pi@(protected)>
>> Reply-To: "Timothy J.T. Pi" <timothy.pi@(protected)>
>> Subject: OPENING OF MIT TIBET FORUM
>>    To: Lu GAO <lugao@(protected)>
>>
>> Dear Lu,
>>
>>  I read a report about MIT Tibet Forum in a local Chinese newspaper.
>>
>>  It is sad to see smart kids like you and other MIT Chinese students
>> become
>> Chinese communist regime's tools to spread false and misleading
>> information.
>>
>>  If you really want to show the facts and truth about Tibet, why not just
>> ask your government
>>  to open Tibet to western journalists to report how great the Tibet
>> situation is
>>
>>  Do you know that after Communist regime invaded Tibet 50 years ago, more
>> than 95% of
>>  Tibetan temples were destroyed?
>>
>>  If you really want to find out the truth, why not to set up a debate
>> between your so-called expert
>> with Tibetan people in Boston area.
>>
>>  Each year many Tibetans are killed by Chinese border guard while they
>> tried to cross border into
>>  India. Three years ago, Belgium mountain climber filmed the whole
>> incident.
>>
>>  In the film, Chinese border guards killed a young kid and a monk like
>> hunting an animal.
>>
>>  Can you ask your so-called expert with the first experience to explain to
>> me why it is necessary to do this?
>>
>>  Wake up. If you like the Chinese communist regime, please leave
>> immediately and go home.
>>
>>  Do not stay in US to enjoy your freedom of speech while praising your
>> brutal government's inhumane acts against
>>  others.
>>
>>  Regards,
>>
>> Timothy Pi, CFA
>>
>>
>> ----- End forwarded message -----
>>
>> Dear Lu,
>>
>>   I read a report about MIT Tibet Forum in a local Chinese newspaper.
>>
>>   It is sad to see smart kids like you and other MIT Chinese students
>> become
>>  Chinese communist regime's tools to spread false and misleading
>> information.
>>
>>   If you really want to show the facts and truth about Tibet, why not just
>> ask your government
>>   to open Tibet to western journalists to report how great the Tibet
>> situation is
>>
>>   Do you know that after Communist regime invaded Tibet 50 years ago, more
>> than 95% of
>>   Tibetan temples were destroyed?
>>
>>   If you really want to find out the truth, why not to set up a debate
>> between your so-called expert
>>  with Tibetan people in Boston area.
>>
>>   Each year many Tibetans are killed by Chinese border guard while they
>> tried to cross border into
>>   India. Three years ago, Belgium mountain climber filmed the whole
>> incident.
>>
>>   In the film, Chinese border guards killed a young kid and a monk like
>> hunting an animal.
>>
>>   Can you ask your so-called expert with the first experience to explain
>> to me why it is necessary to do this?
>>
>>   Wake up. If you like the Chinese communist regime, please leave
>> immediately and go home.
>>
>>   Do not stay in US to enjoy your freedom of speech while praising your
>> brutal government's inhumane acts against
>>   others.
>>
>>   Regards,
>>
>> Timothy Pi, CFA
>>
>>
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