What Happens in China Stays in China

Funny story written by victor nicholas

Tuesday, 17 November 2009

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What Happens in China Stays in China

Beijing - Chinese leader Hu Jintao sent mixed messages today while welcoming President Obama to China on the heels of his groundbreaking speech in Japan.

While pleased to have the president in China, Jintao is clearly not happy with the prospects of a US and Tokyo alliance as a threat against Chinese independence and its approach to civil rights.

"What happens in China Stays in China" the normally reserved leader shouted to reporters.

Jintao says that China is on the dawn of a new wave of manufacturing and commerce.

"The Executive Jolly Jumper" is just the start of new trend to bring China's toy manufacturing expertise to the problems of today's stressful business environment", Jintao explained.

Jintao who has one installed in his office and works out on it every day says "It will not be long before businessmen all over the world will be using it and other adult toys made in China."

Jintao boasted that China has also started making television programs they plan on marketing worldwide beginning with the popular "Zam and Kim Plus One", a reality show about a large extended family in China.

"China appreciates the United States as its' major trading partner" Jintao announced to Obama, and denied that China is responsible for attempting to increase the US population and consumer demand for its' products by marketing defective Panda brand Condoms in Mexico.

As China opens its' doors Jintao says "China must remain cautious about US and Japanese intentions."

"We have already spotted US agents driving around Beijing in unmarked Corollas."

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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