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This was coupled with basically the kidnappings of two Canadians and a third one who will be retried for drug smuggling because the judge deemed his sentence of 15 years as too lenient.
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In the meantime, why don't you Canadians consider visiting China?
Yesterday's Vancouver Sun had two full page ads, the front cover saying: "Amazing China: Beyond Your Imagination". Then underneath, "Consulate General of the People's Republic of China in Vancouver".
Turn the page over and there's another full page ad that repeats the same slogan, with the requisite images of pandas, Temple of Heaven, Shanghai, Tibet and a Peking Opera performer. It seems like a hastily arranged advertisement with lots of money thrown in.
There is no other message, or explanation of how China is "Beyond Your Imagination" except for the fact that its government's actions when it comes to rule of law really are beyond your imagination.
Would any Canadian want to go to China on their free will these days?