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A poster written in Mandarin and pasted into the media center Londres`2012, which calls on Chinese journalists to improve their behavior, caused controversy among netizens in China, accusing the organization of discriminatory conduct.
In the poster, Phoenix TV aired on television, asked "to fellow Chinese journalists" to "respect the personal space" of workers in the press center and ask them permission before filming them or take photographs.
The Chinese journalists covering the Olympics in the capital do not seem to have been bothered by the warning, but thousands of miles of London, many Chinese netizens argue that the poster is a humiliation for the journalists, whose behavior seems to be blamed in relation to the other being less civilized.
"It`s obviously very unfriendly discrimination, we should protest. And the paparazzi Western behave better?" Questioned an Internet user in the network of micro blogs Weibo, in which it circulates 11,000 comments on the controversy.
One of the authors of a commentary said she even sent an electronic mail message of protest to the press center of Londres`2012, which complains of racial discrimination and considers the poster as "an embarrassment" for the organization.