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标题: 马来西亚圣火传递中的"殴打"事件: 谁在故意误导?
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发表于 2008-4-23 17:36  资料 个人空间 短消息 
马来西亚圣火传递中的"殴打"事件: 谁在故意误导?

看到早报的这则新闻, 很不以为然. 不过, 还是有不少朋友被误导. 有位朋友问:

  据了解,被警方带走的日本家庭在圣火传递活动中,被一些中国人以充气塑料棒殴打,他们还高喊着:“台湾和西藏属于中国。”http://zaobao.com/yx/yx080423_506.shtml

经过怎样?

如果真的发生了,就太遗憾了。


"殴打"事件真的发生了吗? 请大家看看用来"殴打"的凶器是什么? 下图中, 小朋友们手里拿的就是充气塑料棒.

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发表于 2008-4-23 17:38  资料 个人空间 短消息 
转自早报:

http://zaobao.com/yx/yx080423_506.shtml

  (吉隆坡法新电)马来西亚警方已将在奥运圣火传递活动中挥舞西藏旗帜的五名示威者释放。

  警方前天在圣火传递活动中逮捕的示威者,包括一个西藏和尚、一名英国妇女以及一对日本夫妇和他们的幼龄儿子。

  据吉隆坡总警长莫哈末沙都说:“警方在记录他们的资料后,已在星期一下午将五人全都释放……整体来说,(在圣火传递活动中)没有(保安)问题。”

  据了解,被警方带走的日本家庭在圣火传递活动中,被一些中国人以充气塑料棒殴打,他们还高喊着:“台湾和西藏属于中国。”

  代表着北京奥运会的火炬,正在亚洲地区展开其境外圣火传递活动,但该活动之前在欧洲和美国进行时,受到示威者的严重干扰。
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发表于 2008-4-23 17:40  资料 个人空间 短消息 
呵呵,,这个大棒太"厉害"了~~~




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发表于 2008-4-23 17:47  资料 文集 短消息 
在现场的随笔南洋的朋友, 有人看到这起事件吗?
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发表于 2008-4-23 18:18  资料 个人空间 短消息 
我在现场没看到,可能发生得比较早吧!只看到现场到处是奥运会会旗,马来西亚国旗和中国国旗。没看到藏独的旗帜,很和平,气氛非常的和谐




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发表于 2008-4-23 18:49  资料 个人空间 短消息 
另一批新加坡过去的朋友刚看到准备拍照就被警察带走了。
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发表于 2008-4-23 22:15  资料 主页 个人空间 短消息 
现在有三个问题:

1) 究竟有没有殴打,拿什么殴打? 如果是拿充气塑料棒......那显然是在刻意"误导".......

2) 看消息来源是法新社........, 不知原文是不是用的“殴打”......还是早报翻译的问题.......

3) 如果原文确实是"殴打"........早报对所谓"充气塑料棒"进行的“殴打”, 难道没有丝毫质疑吗? 为什么没有核实就采信? 这不等于是以讹传讹......散播谣言吗?




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发表于 2008-4-23 23:24  资料 主页 个人空间 短消息  QQ
的确,今天的早报我也看了,这几个字在报道中的确很刺眼。但目前为止还不知道具体的情况是怎样的,不过我想当时的情况应该不会紧张到华人会作出不理智举动
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发表于 2008-4-23 23:39  资料 文集 短消息 
法新社的报道

KUALA LUMPUR, April 21, 2008 (AFP) - Malaysia's leg of the Olympic torch  relay passed off largely without incident Monday with a heavy police presence  netting just five protesters and thousands of well-wishers braving torrential  rain.

   The torch completed its 16.5 kilometre (10 mile) journey at 6:00 pm (1000  GMT) under tight security with Malaysia's ninth king and northern Perak state  ruler Sultan Azlan Shah carrying it to the iconic Petronas Twin Towers.

   The successful run will be a relief both to Malaysia and to Beijing  Olympics organisers China after the flame was targeted by human rights  protesters in Athens, London, Paris and San Francisco.

   Japanese officials, who host the torch on Saturday, have been forced to  flag it off in a parking lot due to fears of anti-Beijing protests and after a  celebrated Buddhist temple pulled out over China's crackdown in Tibet.

   Nepalese authorities have threatened to use "gunfire" against any activists  targeting the relay on Mount Everest, and scores were arrested during the New  Delhi leg.

   Despite Malaysia's large ethnic Chinese population and enthusiastic welcome  for the torch, scores of riot police, some armed with tear-gas rifles, formed a  tight cordon around the site of the closing ceremony here.

   "I am happy for the successful ending of the 13th Olympic torch run," M.  Jegathesan, deputy president of Malaysia's Olympic Council, told hundreds of  cheering supporters.

   "The torch has still eight cities before it enters the Bird's Nest  (stadium) of China's Beijing city."

   A Japanese family of three waving a Tibetan flag were taken away by police  when they were attacked by Chinese nationals, police said, who hit them with  inflatable plastic batons and shouted: "Taiwan and Tibet belong to China!"

   "A Japanese family and their son were waving a Tibetan flag when they were  set upon by Beijing Olympic supporters in the Independence Square," senior  police official W. Karthik told AFP.

   A British woman and a monk were also being questioned by police, city  police chief Muhammad Sabtu Osman told AFP without elaborating.

   Meanwhile about 30 pro-China demonstrators also turned up with big banners  proclaiming, "Stop Media Distortion. Tibet was, is, and will always be a part  of China."

   China witnessed large-scale demonstrations over the weekend with many  people angry over Western media coverage of Beijing's handling of unrest in  Tibet.

   Protests against Chinese rule rocked the Himalayan region last month, with  exiled Tibetan leaders saying more than 150 people died in a government  crackdown. China says Tibetan "rioters" killed 18 civilians and two policemen.

   Malaysian authorities especially beefed up security in key tourist areas,  but the atmosphere was mostly festive with cheerleaders, brass bands and roars  of delight when the flame passed.

   As the relay went through the capital's Chinese district, a lion dance  troupe preceded the torch-bearers while ethnic Chinese children were seen  waving flags and plastic batons.

   "The rain has not dampened our spirits and we rejoice with China at this  ceremony," civil servant Faridah Hamis, 42, told AFP.

   China's communist rulers were banking on the Olympic Games to showcase the  nation's much-touted "peaceful rise" to power, but the torch relay that began  in Greece last month has become a high-profile target for activists.

   After Kuala Lumpur, the torch relay travels to Indonesia where authorities,  fearing protests, will parade the flame in a stadium guarded by 2,500 police.

   Australia has beefed up security for Thursday's relay in Canberra, which is  expected to attract pro-Tibet groups and supporters of the Beijing Games.  Officials say nearly half the capital's police force will be on duty.

   Meanwhile, in Shanghai, the visiting French Senate leader passed a letter  from President Nicolas Sarkozy to a wheelchair-bound Chinese athlete who  protected the torch from protesters in Paris.

   Anti-French feeling is running high in China with weekend demonstrations  targeting outlets of chain store Carrefour over claims it supports exiled  Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama.

   The chain was hit by further protests in nine Chinese cities later Monday,  with several thousand people picketing Carrefour outlets, police and business  sources said.

   The largest protest was in Zhengzhou, capital of central Henan province,  where the French chain store was forced to stop trading for the day, they  said.

   Sarkozy has also courted controversy with his threat to pull out of the  Olympics opening ceremony on August 8.
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发表于 2008-4-24 10:10  资料 主页 个人空间 短消息 
看来是翻译的问题.......hit 翻译成"殴打", 肯定不妥.......

其实英文里的 attack, 词意很广, 包括语言上的抨击.......包括生病......, 都可以用attack. 而 hit 本身似乎也没有殴打的意思......把这两个词理解为"攻击"和"殴打"......过于勉强了......也不符合事实.




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