原文标题：’Beijing 14th safest city in China, Lhasa tops the list’
BEIJING: China’s capital city Beijing is less safe when compared to most of China’s other major cities, a recent survey conducted by the government-owned China Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) has revealed. The Tibetan capital of Lhasa has been ranked as the safest followed by Shanghai.
Despite the vast network of security cameras and constant police watch on roads and lanes, the national capital got the low rank of 14 in terms of public safety. Major cities were ranked safer than Beijing include Shanghai, Xiamen, Ningbo, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Changchun, Chongqing, Tianjin and Dalian.
Nearly 40% of the survey’s 25,000 respondents from 38 Chinese cities said they are afraid to go out at night, CASS said. They also worry about the security of their property when leaving home for long periods.
Guiyang, capital of Guizhou province, got the lowest marks for safety by its residents.
People in coastal cities in east China and municipalities feel much safer than those in other regions of the country.
Guizhou is still safer than Delhi.
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Is Beijing safer than most cities in India…including New Delhi ?? Having being visited both places, I can tell you that Beijing is safer than New Delhi, in fact I think most of the cities in India. I am sorry to learn that the girl being gang raped inside a moving bus in New Delhi had passed away in Singapore. May she rest in peace & my condolence to her family.
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Any city in China is safer than any city in India especially if you are a women period.
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wondering which is the safest city on whole earth…???
When Dragon her self admit that the state capital of Tibet is the safest place in china then how could the noble peace prize winner spiritual Guru Dalai Lama could be blamed for any unrest in Chinese occupied Tibet?
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The article fails to mention that the most well known groups of pick pockets are Uighurs, muslims from the Xinjiang area. There was a time when Uighurs were proud merchants in China but all that changed when the Western “human rights organizations” started to instigate the Uighurs to rebel. The reason why there are so many Uighur thieves around today is because Chinese police views them as protected minorities and do not dare to arrest them even if they are caught red handed. This fact is well known even among expat circles, go ask expats who actually live in China and most will tell you the same.
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PSY (Jiangnan Style) replies to ChinaFTW
These small-time pick pockets are nothing compared to the big-time swindlers, fraudsters and land grabbers occupying government and party positions. I’m sure the expats will agree.
ChinaFTW replies to PSY
Probably, but there is nothing which is preventing the expats from leaving China. It’s always curious to see so many expats in China who complain about China all day long, but do not want to leave when they could have easily done so.
The destruction of most of Tibet’s more than 6,000 monasteries happened between 1959 and 1961. Today innocent monks are dying but world is sleeping and nobody is raising the voice against CHINESE rule. When will world understand the real facts behind chinses dectatorship where innocent people are being tortured behind bars and where childrens are forced to work in labour camps. We Must stop buying CHINESE goods. Save your job – Save your future – Save your Country. Govt must support local production and stop flooding of illegal CHINESE goods which are poisionous and dangerous for our children.
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GR (Singapore) replies to Yo
You must be typing your boycot-China appeal on a China-made gadget or one having China-made components. I would only believe you are walking the talk if you stop appearing on on-line forums. What a stupid hypocrite you are! BTW, why didn’t you fight China in China instead of hiding in faraway London where you are just a pathetic joker to the whites?
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Yo replies to GR
It is people like you who are sucking chinese ditry d***k and can’t see truh behind the ugly chinese game. Where millions are suffering and they are using coutries like singapore to lauch there dirty game. If you are hidding in singapore than you must know that this land once belonged to India (Indian Kings) even Indonesia was part of Indian subcontent kingdom. However India is not making claims like China is doing. You keep licking their A88 and do not stop. I lived in singapore for very long time and I know how Chinese treat rest even in singapore. You slave mentality.
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Suk Ma Cok (Shangay)
Sucking CHinese d*ck is extremely difficult. Its only about 3cm long when hard. You need to carry a pair of tweezers.
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Atul (Ahmedabad ) replies to Yo
Yo, please throw out all the products made in China in you house, including your underpants, before asking others to do it. I don’t know what country you are trying to save, UK or India.
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Yo replies to Atul
I have thank you for your good advice and My under pants are made in India, My T-shirt Made in Vietnam, My Shirt Made in Indonesia, Cambodia. WE always have choice. It is dificult but we certainly have options. I do my bit and shall keep doing so. I hope one day I will contribute in a big way. Where I can provide our brothers like you more jobs and better life and better understanding regarding the future of our country and generations to come. I am an Indian and feel proud to be, but we must stand united to rise and succeed against dangerous enemy.
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I wonder if Lhasa would be safer under Independence or Indian rule; I somehow doubt it given the security on display in Indian cities.
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EndOfTheLastEra replies to Morgan
stop pretending to be someone you are not china man