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阿波罗独家:海内外流传韩国中国留学生假新闻
(博讯北京时间2008年5月07日 转载)
    
    ——韩国:中国留学生因奥运火炬期间施暴被判10年
     【阿波罗新闻网2008-05-06讯】 (博讯 boxun.com)

    
     这两天,海内外新闻网站和论坛流传的假新闻,称中国留学生因奥运火炬期间在韩国施暴被判10年。阿波罗在假新闻中所称的英文报纸中央日报(Joong AngDaily)的五月二日报道原文中,没有发现所谓的上午陈默被判10年监禁,罚金20万韩元!
    
     阿波罗在韩国的消息人士也确认并无10年监禁一事。
    
     韩国最大通讯社韩联社,两大报东亚日报和朝鲜日报都没有报道。
    
     据韩联社釜山5月2日电,中共领事馆被指动员各地中国留学生参加首尔奥运火炬传递活动,并帮助安排交通工具。
    
     釜山警察厅和新罗大学2日表示,上月20日左右,中共驻釜山总领事馆教育领事章亚琴(28岁)为能使釜山中国留学生参加首尔奥火传递活动,特提前打电话到新罗大学对外联络合作处,要求校方为其提供车辆。
    
     据釜山警察厅说:“上月27日,前往首尔的釜山地区中国留学生共有1400名,他们在章亚琴的率领下,乘坐新罗大学提供的大巴等车辆前往首尔。这些留学生可能在参加奥火传递欢迎活动过程中,卷入了暴力示威。”
    
     首尔警察厅29日表示,对于在27日举行的奥运火炬传递活动中使用暴力的中国嫌犯,已查明多人身份,目前正在追踪。其中一人就是就读于釜山一所高校的中国留学生。其余2名也是从釜山乘坐大巴来到首尔,因此专案调查组将派往釜山。
    
     警方称,从截至目前掌握的资料和目击者证词等来看,很有可能以《关于处罚暴力行为的法律》中的集体施暴一项惩治嫌疑人。一旦定罪,将被处以三年以下有期徒刑或750万韩元以下罚款。
    
     据韩联社消息, 27日上午,中共大使馆方面还向首尔大学中国留学生会发出了希望参加火炬传递的公文。
    
    原报道链接:
    
    Police arrest Chinese student in torch case
    http://joongangdaily.joins.com/article/view.asp?aid=2889305
    
    假新闻原文:
    
     韩国中央日报合办的英文报纸中央日报(Joong AngDaily)报道称,五月二日上午陈默被判10年监禁,罚金20万韩元!
      
      韩国英文媒体5月2日称,李明博让首尔警方逮捕一名中国留学生,称此人参与了4月27日北京奥运火炬传递期间的暴力事件,据首尔警方透露,这名中国留学生叫陈默,现年21岁。
        
      韩国警方称,目前正在釜山市学习的陈默,在火炬传递期间发生的暴力事件中,他在现场警察出面阻止前,先用着拳头和中国国旗旗杆殴打一名49岁的韩国男子,然后又脚踢这名男子。此外,陈还被指控向过路人投掷瓶子和砖头。
      
      韩国外交事务和国家安全研究所教授尹德民(YoonDuk-min)说,2002年韩国民众的愤怒与最近发生的事件都是基于韩国公众的民族主义情绪,以及所谓的受伤的自豪感。韩国东亚大学政治学教授朴洪淅(ParkHong-seok)说,最新的愤怒部分反映了韩国民众长期以来的挫折感,尤其是前政府一直过于谦恭地对待中国。
      
      也有的看法认为,近几年韩国政府一直努力试着不让多年建立起来的中国关系感到难堪,但当奥运火炬传递期间,首尔街头出现的如此之多的中国国旗,则让韩国民众爆发出如此强烈的挫折感。
      
      韩国中央日报的报导最后指出,在韩国新政府正试图加强与美国和日本的关系之际,朝鲜则展示出中国是其最后外交手段的决心。在4月28日的火炬传递活动中,40多万朝鲜人排列在街道两旁,庆祝奥运火炬抵达平壤。
      
      另据消息人士透露,最近中国留学生海外的示威抗议活动以及领馆直接操纵这些游行示威,已经引起西方情报部门的关注,据信,已经开始调查华人示威和领馆的合作细节。消息人士表示,这些示威对世界各地华人今后的地位和生存状况将带来极大负面影响。
    
    原报道全文:
    
    http://joongangdaily.joins.com/article/view.asp?aid=2889305
    
    Police arrest Chinese student in torch case
    May 02, 2008
    
    Seoul police yesterday sought an arrest warrant for one Chinese student who took part in the violence during the April 27 Olympic torch rally.
    
    According to the police, the 21-year-old, whose surname is Jin, kicked a 49-year-old Korean man and then hit with fists and a Chinese flag pole and kicked him before the police at the scene could stop him. Jin, a student from Busan, also allegedly threw bottles and bricks at passers by.
    
    “We seek to arrest him since we thought it is significant that he assaulted the citizen and ignored the law even in the presence of the police,” said a police officer who declined to be named.
    
    The latest controversy over the Chinese students’ actions during the 2008 Beijing Olympics torch relay in Seoul has touched a sensitive nerve.
    
    South Korea’s former liberal administration focused on strengthening ties with China while relations with the United States soured.
    
    But the new conservative administration has repeatedly emphasized restoring ties with the United States and Japan, while ties with China have taken a backseat. Experts said the intense outrage in South Korea over the latest protest is yet another indication of the changing diplomatic landscape.
    
    One of the biggest issues in the 2002 presidential campaign was the death of two South Korean schoolgirls run over by a U.S. armored vehicle.
    
    That triggered sweeping anti-American sentiment among the public and prompted hundreds of thousands of South Koreans to take to the streets for candle-light vigils.
    
    The incident helped Roh Moo-hyun, a liberal candidate who rarely shied away from publicly denouncing the United States, defeat his conservative opponent, Lee Hoi-chang.
    
    Experts say that while the latest furor certainly stems from the Chinese students’ violence during last Sunday’s torch relay, it is not the only reason for the anti-Chinese sentiment spreading through the country.
    
    “The public outpourings of rage in 2002 and the most recent incident are based on the public’s nationalistic sentiment and so-called wounded pride,” said Yoon Duk-min, a professor at the Institute of Foreign Affairs and National Security. “But this time, the furor partly reflects the public’s long-held frustration with the former administration that has been acting too humbly towards China.”
    Park Hong-seok, a politics professor at Dong-A University, echoed the sentiment.
    
    “The perception that the government has been trying so hard not to upset China has been building for years, and such frustration exploded at the sight of so many Chinese flags waving in the middle of Seoul.”
    
    As South Korea’s new administration tries to strengthen ties with the United States and Japan, North Korea has shown signs that China is its last diplomatic resort. More than 400,000 North Koreans lined the streets on April 28 to celebrate the Olympics torch relay in Pyongyang.
    
    By Chae Byung-geon JoongAng Ilbo [[email protected]] _(博讯自由发稿区发稿) (博讯 boxun.com)


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