#Floating Government Leaders During Visit Photo#
October 29, a PS‘d photograph on the Anhui province Ningguo city Civil Affairs Bureau website purported to show the city’s Deputy Mayor Wang Jun visiting a centenarian incited heated discussion amongst netizens. The image had obvious traces of being PS’d, with the image of the government leaders enlarged and their bodies floating in mid-air while the centenarian was curled up in the corner. This morning, the city of Ningguo responded that the floating photo were indeed due to being PS’d. Owning to the angle when photographing, all of the government leaders could not be captured in one shot, thus resulting in combining the images into one.
From Sina Weibo:
@人民日报 [The People’s Daily]: Yet Another PS‘d Photo of Government Leaders on a Visit: An Anhui Ningguo netizen wanting to solicit donations for the ill in difficulties was instead told to stop by the local Civil Affairs Bureau. Afterward, a netizen discovered on the Ningguo Civil Affairs Bureau official website a photograph that appears to be PS’d. In this photo of the Civil Affairs Bureau leader accompanying the local deputy mayor to visit a centenarian, the leaders body is very strangely floating in midair, while the elderly person was curled up small in the corner. http://t.cn/zRSBqSk The website is now completely inaccessible…
Wang Jun Visits 100-Year-Old Elderly Person
Double Ninth Festival. On the morning of October 11th, as the Double Ninth Festival approached, members of the Municipal Committee and Deputy Mayor Wang Jun accompanied by Civil Affairs Bureau Director Yu Anlin and He Lixi and Office Director Ren Xiangjing went to Ningguo Garden [a residential community] and personally visited centenarian Cheng Yanchun who is 103 years old this year and currently the oldest person in our city.
Wang Jun expressed holiday greetings to the elderly Cheng Yanchun and asked about her, presenting her with a visiting gift. He inquired in detail about the elderly person’s diet, everyday life, and health, repeatedly urging her family members and related people to be sure to respect the elderly, care for the elderly, and to help the elderly peacefully enjoy their later years.
Wang Jun stressed that honoring the elderly, caring for the elderly, respecting the elderly, and providing for the elderly is a traditional virtue of the Chinese people as well as a shared responsibility of the entire society. All of society must promote this traditional virtue, bring about an atmosphere/norm of respecting and honoring the elderly, and be concerned with these lives of these elderly in their late years, so that they can always feel the Party and government’s warmth and have their lives in their later years be increasingly blessed/happy.
At present, the number of centenarians in our city has reached 4 people. During the Double Ninth Festival, the Civil Affairs Bureau along with the sub-district Party Committees and governments of villages such as Heban, Xijin, Wangxi, and Nanji carried out a campaign of visits, with the Ningguo community forum and other social organizes also one after another launching activities visiting the centenarians. According to policy regulations, since 2012 January 1st, our city’s centenarians enjoy a 300 yuan/month elderly allowance. (Civil Affairs Bureau)
Comments from Sina Weibo:
The government leader on the right has merged with the railing!
Haha, the evidence of PS on this are too obvious! Was this the homework assignment of an intern?
There’s a watch.
Laughable and lamentable!
Amply shows the loftiness of government leaders.
The person who did the PS is screwed.
Way too lousy skills.
Come on, this is way too obvious, isn’t it? Is it the IQ of the person who did the PS lower than 80 or the IQ of the entire [local] government lower than 80?
MD…looking at the ordinary common people as if they were monkeys.
Fools do foolish things.
The watch looks pretty nice.
The ingenuity and audacity of government officials is astonishing.
Fuck, is this testing the people’s intelligence? I’m truly worried for the intelligence of our government leaders.