I'm not sure we should be *encouraging* Chinese citizens to break any
laws, but I'm fully behind supporting those that choose to do so.
As for bad publicity for the Foundation, I'm not a member of the
Foundation and never made any claim to speak for them (not that I
accept that it would be bad publicity, mind you). I do feel that this
discussion is "beyond the scope of this mailing list" though. If
you'd prefer to send any responses to me off-list, please do so.
Another place you can reach me is at
, although I don't log
on there as often as I used to.
Actually I believe it was you who brought this up on the mailing list
Anthony,although I do agree that this is not a matter which is within
the scope of this list. I must however mention here that you claim the
Chinese citizens are being *oppressed* by their Governemnt. I,
personally, also feel the same way, but then let us not forget that
these policies are put in place by an elected Government-perhaps for
legitimate reasons- and the said laws are a part of China's internal
affairs. So for us to pass judgement on this matter would not be
entirely fair-since we are both citizens of other countries.