QUOTE(yawn @ Apr 24 2008, 12:19 AM) [snapback]3657639[/snapback]
^ Exactly. The point is that Americans haven't even physically harmed her, let alone do all this shit:
I don't give a fuck whether people think she's a "traitor". No one deserves this type of harassment just for asking two sides to communicate more.
Though I dont believe they should harm her physically, but keep note, she is a traitor. Here are quotes under the article, she did chose a side remember and stupidly shown it off to all the other Pro Chinese protesters.
“She stood her ground; she’s a really brave girl,” said Adam Weiss, the student on whose back Ms. Wang wrote “Free Tibet.” “You have 200 of your own fellow nationalists yelling at you and calling you a traitor and even threatening to kill you.”
Sherry, a Chinese graduate student who declined to give her last name for fear of being harassed, had a less heroic view.
“She claimed she wanted to make communications between both sides, but actually she did nothing before that night. She didn’t communicate with any organizers and actually was just performing,” Sherry said. But she called the backlash against Ms. Wang “horrible.”
“There are a few students that are very angry at her,” she said, “but there are many others who try to protect her, try to speak for her. Actually, the majority didn’t think she did so wrong to be treated like that.”
She said Ms. Wang had squandered some sympathy when, in an article in The Duke Chronicle, she blamed the Duke Chinese Students and Scholars Association for helping to release her information through its e-mail list.
I believe a lot of the problems she brought it to herself.