名为“厦门都市报”的微博账户，先后发出的图片，一张猫戴黑框眼镜，一张江泽民的脸套用卡通人物包装，并戴上了有江特征的眼镜，还有一张是江泽民当年教训香港记者的、网上流传甚广的“图样图森破”（Too young，too simple）图片，让人一望而知，是在直接嘲讽江泽民。
台北市长柯文哲日前接受美国“外交政策” (Foreign Policy)杂志采访时，提出“两国一制”的说法，在台湾引起争议。目前，这个说法也传入大陆，并引起了大陆官方、民间截然不同的反应。
徐友渔是中国社会科学院退休哲学教授，他于2014年12月16号获得瑞典的奥洛夫•帕尔梅人权奖(Olof Palme human rights prize)。
Chinese Media Publicly Made a Fool of Jiang Zemin
Chinese media recently published many negative reports on
former Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leader Jiang Zemin.
Jiang has also become a popular figure in kuso
images within Chinese social networks.
Many cartoon images related to Jiang are circulating
among Chinese netizens.
Three posters were posted on Webio by the Mountaineering
Association of Fudan University on Jan.31,
The official Weibo of Xiamen Metropolitan News, posted
the images on Jan.25 and Jan.29.
The slogans read: “Nobody Knows How High It Is";
“Faster Than Anyone Else"; and, “A Little Life Experience".
In the middle of the third poster is a pair of black glasses,
which look very similar those worn by Jiang.
Netizens believe the poster is a high-profile spoof of Jiang.
One image from Xiamen Metropolitan News shows a cat
wearing black glasses, and another image shows a cartoon
figure with Jiang Zemin’s face, also wearing Jiang’s
recognizable black glasses.
The third image is a calligraphy work in Chinese, which is a
comical phonetic translation of Jiang’s famous “Too Young,
Too Simple" comment when he was irritated by
Hong Kong reporters.
Any Chinese can understand straight away that
these images are making a fool of Jiang.
Since the New Year, people have seen negative reports
about Jiang Zemin’s family members and his followers.
Foreign media widely speculate that Jiang is the next target
of Xi Jinping’s “tiger hunt" campaign.
Chinese media are now making a public joke about Jiang,
which was rarely seen before.
This further makes people believe Jiang is in
a hopeless situation now.
Ko’s “Two Countries, One System" Speech Shows Opposing
Attitudes From Chinese Citizens And The Communist Regime
Taipei mayor Ko Wen-je recently presented the concept of
“Two Countries, One System" in an interview with Foreign
Policy magazine. This has become a controversial topic in
Taiwan, as well as in mainland China.
However, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and Chinese
people have completely opposite attitudes toward Ko’s words.
A Radio Free Asia report quoted Chinese dissidents who
support Ko’s “Two Countries, One System".
Those people said, Ko’s “One System" refers to a framework
seeking democracy, freedom, human rights and fairness.
If both sides of the strait can achieve such a “one system",
it is definitely better than the CCP’s dictatorship regime.
The dissidents commented that, Hong Kong’s story tells the
world that under the CCP’s one-party dictatorship, “one
country" will finally dominate the “two systems". The so-
called “reunification" will become “reign".
So, mainland China should only talk about “reunification"
with Taiwan after turning into a democratic government.
But on Feb 2. the CCP mouthpiece Global Times criticized
Ko stating “Ko Wen-je must have gone a little mad."
The magazine claimed that the “cross-strait forum"
between Shanghai and Taipei should be stopped
following Ko’s speeches, and further suggested the
CCP boycott the 2017 Taipei Universiade.
Tiananmen Mothers Received $75,000 in Donations
From Xu Youyu
The Tiananmen Mothers is a democracy organization set up
by relatives of victims during the June Fourth massacre.
The group announced on Feb.1 that they decided to accept
the donation of Olof Palme Human Rights Prize money from
Xu Youyu, a Chinese human rights activist, in appreciation
of Xu’s help.
Xu Youyu is a retired professor of philosophy at the Chinese
Academy of Social Sciences.
On Dec.16 2014, Xu was awarded Sweden’s prestigious
Human Rights Olof Palme Prize.
Xu Youyu donated all the $75,000 prize (450,000 Yuan) to
the Tiananmen Mothers, shortly after he was freed on bail.
Xu asked the organization to use the money to help those
June Fourth victims’ families who are in financial difficulties.