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Part XLIV: The Hanly War (V): The Incriminator_1 (1271 查看)

November 19, 2014 03:28PM
【The full-length article is attached as a PDF file.】

Shamelessness Shouldn’t Be Anyone’s Nature
──An Open Letter to Nature (Part XLIV)

Xin Ge, Ph. D.

Columbia, SC, USA

The Hanly War (V): The Incriminator


From Jan. 21 to 26, 2012, Fang Zhouzi posted five full-length articles to “expose” Han Han’s supposed shallow knowledge in literature and history and his inferior writing ability, and to bust the “myths” of his participation in the New Concept Writing Competition and his writing of the Triple Door. Fang also tried to demonstrate that Han Han had a “guilty conscience” when he offered the 20 million Yuan reward for evidence of his using ghostwriters. In this part of the Open Letter to Nature, these articles are analyzed, and the evidences are presented to show that Fang Zhouzi was intentionally, deliberately, and maliciously attempting to frame Han Han when he wrote these articles.


Tealer Fang Zhouzi

1. A Delayed Response
2. A Liar’s Old Boast
3. A Thief’s New Theft
4. “Tealer Fang Steals Always”
5. A Fake Zhuangyuan Who Likes to Brag

Forger Fang Zhouzi

1. Being Slapped in the Face
2. Fang’s Delayed Counter-Attack
3. A Fishing Experiment
4. Keep Lying
5. An Old Dog’s Old Trick

(1) The Unlawful California Lawyer
(2) A Cunning “Muding Story”

Fabricator Fang Zhouzi

1. Fabricating a Scarecrow
2. Fabricating a Standard

(1) The Supreme Justice
(2) Shooting Himself in the Foot
(3) The Deformed and Hated Education System

3. The Fake Zhuangyuan Was Busted
4. Kong Qingdong, One of Fang’s Lackey Scholars

(1) The Fifty Centers Join Hands Together
(2) The Plagiarists Help Each Other

“The Leading Myth-buster” Fang Zhouzi

1. The New Concept Writing Competition Myth
2. The Triple Door Myth


In the previous part, I wrote:

“[E]ven though Fang said in his victory declaration that he would continue his attack on Han Han, it is very obvious that he had already made up his mind to turn upon Lu Jinbo, because he named Lu’s name repeatedly after Han Han issued his last response. However, something happened, thus the fight between Fang and Han in the first three days became the foreplay of the deadly Hanly War.”[1]

So, exactly what happened?

Tealer Fang Zhouzi

1. A Delayed Response

In his A Normal Essay which was posted on his blog on Jan. 18, 2012, Han Han revealed some information to justify, or demonstrate, that he was capable of writing his Triple Door. Here is one piece of such information:

“Yes, the 17-years-old Han Han was very naive; I worshiped Qian Zhongshu, Liang Shiqiu and Chen Yinque at the time. I have always enjoyed reading since I was very young, during the elementary school years I read more than 500 extracurricular books. Of course they were either science popularization books for children or fairy tales and fables. I almost finished a book every two nights. By the time in middle school and high school, I tried to read all kinds of books, a fact my classmates who sat next to me and my teachers could testify. In high school, [my reading] was even more abnormal, reading Guan Zhui Bian, The Twenty-Four Histories, The Spirit of the Laws, and The Birth of Tragedy all night long.”[2]

When Fang Zhouzi wrote his A Reply to Han Han’s A Normal Essay on the next day, he didn’t reply to or comment on the above paragraph at all. When Fang wrote his Rumormonger Han Han about ten hours later; and Rumormonger Han Han II on Jan. 20, Fang didn’t comment on the paragraph either. However, on Jan. 21, all of sudden, Fang published his first “Han Studies” paper, “Genius” Han Han’s Proficiency in Literature and History, which targeted the above paragraph particularly. Here is what Fang wrote:

Guan Zhui Bian, The Spirit of the Laws, The Birth of Tragedy are the books which the arty intellectuals liked to mention at the time, [thus] using them as examples is not enough to demonstrate that [Han Han had] read many book, let alone [he was reading] abnormally. It is interesting that Han Han claims that he had read The Twenty-Four Histories while in high school, and he had said so before in other articles that he read The Twenty-Four Histories in his high school library. Some reports even said more definitely that he ‘read through’ The Twenty-Four Histories. Han Han only spent one year in high school, and he was forced to quit school because of failing 7 courses, including language. The Twenty-Four Histories is not a single book; rather, it is a collective title for the 24 official histories of different dynasties, totaling 3,300 volumes, 47 million characters. Han Han read the books in one year, on average each day he needed to read 9 volumes, 130 thousand characters, and they were characters in classical Chinese style without vernacular notes. Meanwhile, he had to take classes, and read other books. I was the top scorer in the language test of the College Entrance Examination in Fujian Province in 1985, and even with such a foundation, I had to spend seven to eight years to browse through Zhonghua Book Company’s punctuated and annotated edition of The Twenty-Four Histories, and I mainly browsed the biographical parts. Only after that, I dared to boast that I had read The Twenty-Four Histories. With the knowledge in classical Chinese language like Han Han’s, who only received about 40 points in the final examination of his language class, he was able to read through The Twenty-Four Histories in one year, he is far more than a genius, he is a god. Why would he want to worship Qian Zhongshu, Liang Shiqiu and Chen Yinque? These people should climb out their tombs and worship him instead.”[3]

Of course what Fang meant to do in the above paragraph is to assassinate Han Han’s character: Han Han is a liar, hence any allegation leveled at him is credible. The only problem is, what Fang wrote contains numerous lies.

2. A Liar’s Old Boast

The fact is, in 1990, right after graduating from college, Fang Zhouzi claimed to one of his classmates in a letter, which was published by Fang in 1998, that he had “read through” The Twenty-Four Histories before, and he wanted to “read through” the books again, in 3 months. Here is what he wrote:

“Now, my biggest wish is to read through The Twenty-Four Histories for one more time. ……(In my way of reading history, The Twenty-Four Histories can be read through in three months.)……”[4]

“Genius” Fang Zhouzi’s Proficiency in Literature and History
In 1990, Fang Zhouzi bragged to one of his classmates that he had read through The Twenty-Four Histories once already, and he wished, and was able, to re-do it in three months. The letter was published by Fang on the New Threads in 1998. The above image is the screenshot of Fang’s letter. The inset colored photo is the complete set of the punctuated and annotated edition of The Twenty-Four Histories, published by Zhonghua Book Company. Please note that Fang also claimed in 1999 that he had read “all the historical works of Guo Moruo,” and in 2001, Fang claimed that he had read “all the biological philosophy works by Ernst Mayr.” Neither claim could be substantiated. On the contrary, there is ample evidence showing that Fang’s claims are plain and fat lies[5].

Yes, in 1990, when Fang was 23 years old and just graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in biology, he claimed that had already “read through” The Twenty-Four Histories once, and he could re-do the feat in three months. However, 22 years later, the same Fang claimed that it took him “seven to eight years to browse through…… The Twenty-Four Histories,” and based on his personal experience, he accused Han Han of lying, simply based upon Han Han’s claim that he had read, not “read through,” The Twenty-Four Histories while he was in high school. So, exactly who is a liar?

What’s more interesting is, Fang’s lie had already been debunked by me three years earlier:

“Indeed, the entire set of The Twenty-Four Histories has at least 40 million characters, and after being translated into modern Chinese, the number of the characters is more than 100 million. Let’s assume that Fang Zhouzi read 10 hours per day, and read continuously for 90 days, on average, he had to read 440,000 characters per day, 44,000 characters per hour, and 740 characters per minute: Please note, they are characters in classical Chinese language.……”[6]

Till this day, Fang has not responded to my criticism yet, but he was courageous enough to bust Han Han. The question is, why would Fang who told the big fat lie 22 years earlier want to debunk Han Han’s harmless and obvious bragging? And more importantly, why didn’t he do it sooner, rather than waiting for 3 days to do it?

3. A Thief’s New Theft

Theoretically, one can claim that he has read The Twenty-Four Histories as long as he had read one of the books in the set, just like any person can claim that he has read the Encyclopaedia Britannica even though everyone knows what he means is just looking up the book for certain information. Indeed, many Weibo users asked Fang the question:

“I got enough nerve up to read a little, and it is difficult to imagine after reading Teacher Fang’s article that he and the previous fraud fighter are the same person, the logic is too loose, for example, Han Han said he read The Twenty-Four Histories all night long, he didn’t say he finished the books……and you counted the number of characters, insisting that he couldn’t finish. Why?”[7]

“My language is not good, does ‘reading The Twenty-Four Histories all night long’ = ‘finishing reading The Twenty-Four Histories’?”[8]

So, why did Fang pick up the issue three days after it appeared?

87 minutes after Fang posted his “Genius” Han Han’s Proficiency in Literature and History on weibo.com, an internet user who calls herself “Graceful Extrication” (X曼妙游离X, mànmiào yóulí) made the following comment:

“This article is a plagiarism of [an article posted] on tianya.cn, I read it a few days ago. The original article is here: [t.cn].”[9]

Caught red-handed
87 minutes after posting his first “Han Studies” paper on weibo.com, Fang Zhouzi was accused of plagiarism by an internet user. The above image is the screenshot of Fang’s original post and the accuser’s comment under the post. The red underlines highlight the times at which the messages were posted.

Although Fang blocked the internet user “at the speed of light”[10], the message was relayed first by Han Han’s classmate Mr. Wang Jiamin (马日拉)[11], then by Mr. Luo Yonghao who had a lot more followers:

“Some internet users are saying that Fang Zhouzi’s article posted today is a plagiarism of this post published on tianya.cn: [t.cn]. Is it real?”[12]

Unexpectedly, Fang responded to Luo’s message:

“Anyone who has a little elementary common knowledge in literature and history would know that it is nonsense that a high school freshman read The Twenty-Four Histories, and how to pronounce the character ‘重’. Only a semi-illiterate such as Luo Yonghao would be marveled at the knowledge and think it is something amazing, and once he found out that it had been mentioned previously by someone else, he would accuse [me of] plagiarism, completely ignoring the detailed differences in the argument and writing method, and he actually thinks that I had so much free time to browse the forums on tianya.cn.”[13]

If you know the fact that “detailed differences” (or differences in details) is one of the major excuses Fang had been using to refute plagiarism accusations against him, then you know that Fang had indeed committed plagiarism in this case. The fact is, creating these “detailed differences” is Fang’s way of hiding his plagiarism, and he specifically prohibits other people from doing that. Here is what Fang wrote in 2003 when he was trying to convict a group of people of plagiarism:

“The commonly used trick by plagiarists is to modify [the plagiarism] a little bit in unimportant areas.”[14]

Of course, just like “the last strategy of all the imposters” was summarized by imposter Fang based on his own cheating strategies, “the commonly used trick by plagiarists” was summarized by plagiarist Fang based on his own stealing experience. And indeed, there are more than enough evidences to prove Fang’s stealing.

4. “Tealer Fang Steals Always”

The original article which was supposedly plagiarized by Fang Zhouzi was posted by an internet user who calls himself “A Night Learner” (某客夜知闻) on Jan. 19 at 14:20, 20 hours after Han Han’s A Normal Essay was reposted on tianya.cn. In the article, the “Night Learner” wrote:

“Is Han Han’s fated end coming, like what was said by the ancients? [He] actually tells such a big lie. Every student who has studied humanities knows how difficult to read The Twenty-Four Histories. How many people are able to read through the books after 4 yours in college? Also, the last few Histories are very boring and tedious; therefore there are hardly any people who like them except for those who specialized in these dynasties.

“What was Han Han’s level [of history knowledge] when he was in high school? Even among the contestants in the New Concept Writing Competition he was not the best. He was only good at creating a buzz. Those who are interested in the gossips are mostly the post-1980 generation, some are from the New Concept era, do you think he was able to understand the classical Chinese language? Was he able to read 10 pages of classical Chinese writings? Was he able to read through with great concentration the Historical Records which contains more than a thousand pages? Okay, let’s assume that he can read through the Historical Records which was well written and full of stories, can he read through the boring Old Book of Tang which contains several thousands of pages? Moreover, The Twenty-Four Histories contains tens of thousands of pages; do you have any idea about tens of thousands of pages? How many meters thick [are they]? Even if using an electronic scanner, it will take a few days [to finish scanning them all].”[15]

Obviously, what Fang wrote on Han Han was based on the above two paragraphs posted 3 days earlier, plus my blast of him posted 3 years earlier.

Someone might be wondering that whether it is possible that the similarities between Fang's article and the post by the“Night Learner” were coincidental. The answer is an absolute no. First of all, both Fang and the “Night Learner” assumed, wrongfully and possibly deliberately, that Han Han’s “reading……all night long” meant “read through,” which doesn’t like a coincidence at all. Secondly, both Fang and the “Night Learner” thought that Han Han “read through” The Twenty-Four Histories in one year:

Fang: “he was able to read through The Twenty-Four Histories in one year.”

A Night Learner: “Han Han claims that he read through The Twenty-Four Histories when was in high school, and everyone knows that Han Han only stayed in high school for one year…….”[16]

The fact is, “everyone knows,” except for Fang and the “Night Learner,” that although Han Han’s highest schooling record is the first grade in high school, he actually stayed in high school for two years because of repetition: he enrolled in Song Jiang No. 2 High School in September 1998, and voluntarily quitted the school in April 2000 [17]. How could Fang, the No. 1 Han Expert in the world, make such a simple and stupid factual mistake like that “Night Learner”? The only reasonable explanation is that he plagiarized that person.

Besides the issue about reading The Twenty-Four Histories, the “Night Learner” also pointed out another problem in Han Han’s A Normal Essay:

“Han Han even said that the reason he didn’t answer [the allusion of] the Triple Door was because he felt the title was too classical and [therefore] too pretentious. Then let’s take a look at where the Triple Door came from according to himself: from The Doctrine of the Mean (Han Han deliberately called it ‘The Doctrine of the Mean in The Book of Rites,’ sure, The Book of Rites is indeed rarer than The Doctrine of the Mean), and he also said that [the allusion] could be traced back to The Rites of Zhou (Note: Han Han was talking nonsense. The Rites of Zhou was written after The Book of Rites, how to trace back?)……Moreover, you said that the Triple Door came from ‘If he who attains to the sovereignty of all the kingdom attach the due importance to (those) three points,’ which means three important matters of rites, institutions, and textual criticism, and according to Zhu Xi’s note (Han Han recognized Zhu Xi’s notes), the character 重 should be pronounced zhòng, the fourth tone; however, Han Han clearly pronounced it chóng the second tone on every occasion. Obviously, the source of allusion was found by his father.”[18]

And here is what Fang wrote in his “Genius” Han Han’s Proficiency in Literature and History:

“Since the title Triple Door was derived from ‘If he who attains to the sovereignty of all the kingdom attach the due importance to (those) three points,’ then it should be pronounced as sān zhòng mén. However, when being interviewed, Han Han pronounced it sān chóng mén. If that person was not Han Han who didn’t know the classical allusion, it is acceptable to read the title as sān chóng mén. But Han Han claims that he knew the allusion, so how come he also read it as sān chóng mén? Does he pronounce ‘important’ [重要, Zhòngyào] as ‘insects want’ [虫chóng, insects;要yào, want]?

“So, there are two possibilities: one is that the title was given by Han Han’s father, Han Han didn’t know or didn’t understand the meaning; the other is that the title was given by Han Han, but he didn’t know the meaning of character 重 in the sentence ‘if he who attains to the sovereignty of all the kingdom attach the due importance to (those) three points,’ therefore he foolishly pronounced it wrong. This God of Literature and History, who claims that he had read The Twenty-Four Histories in his freshman year in high school, even didn’t understand the simple classical Chinese used for the title of his book. ”[19]

In both classical and contemporary Chinese, the character 重is polyphonic and polysemous: when being pronounced zhòng, it acts mainly as a noun or an adjective, and means heavy or important; when pronounced chóng, it acts mainly as an adverb or a measure word, means layer, repeat, again, or duplicate. Etymologically, the second meaning was actually derived directly from the first one[20].

The origin and evolution of the Chinese character 重
The original hieroglyphic image of the character shows a person carrying a big bundle, meaning heavy, or layer. (Source of the image: 小學堂金文資料庫.)

On the other hand, when following a numeral, the character 重acts almost always as a measure word, pronounced chóng. Therefore, what Han Han did was nothing wrong, and it was Fang Zhouzi, as well as that pretentious humanities person “A Night Learner,” who made a complete fool of himself.

Also, as mentioned previously, when Fang launched his sudden attack on Han Han, he used three stolen bullets to shoot at his target, and the third one was stolen from Maitian:

“In the Glimpsing Human’s Nature through a Cup of Water, which Han Han wrote on the spot, he cited the classics, used allusions, and listed his references. He even dragged the rare book She Hua Lu into it, as if he was a young scholar with encyclopedic knowledge. However, one year later, when interviewed on TV, he was asked why he gave his book the title Triple Door, his response was ‘don’t remember’ (Later his father wrote an article explaining that the allusion of the title was from a common book The Doctrine of the Mean), looked completely like a different person. The video is here (starting from the 23rd minute): [t.cn]”[21]

Of course what Fang stole was Maitian’s deliberate lie, as I have demonstrated[22]. However, a more relevant message here is that Fang, the self-claimed “top scorer in the language test of the College Entrance Examination in Fujian Province in 1985,” didn’t realize the supposed simple mistake made by Han Han when he pronounced the title of his most popular book; and he only realized that after it had been pointed out by someone else. How could Fang explain that?

The very fact that the omnipotent Dr. Fang didn’t expose “genius” Han Han’s proficiency in literature and history in his previous three full-length articles and dozens of microblog posts, and he only did so after someone else had done it, in the exactly same order, and making the exactly the same mistakes along the way, demonstrated unquestionably that Fang indeed committed plagiarism. Here is a comment by that “Graceful Extrication,” who discovered the plagiarism first:

“He [Fang] claims that he has read The Twenty-Four Histories, so how come he didn’t point out such a big doubtful spot earlier, and only does it after other internet user has raised the question? Both the rational and the content of the article are exactly the same as the article posted on tianya.cn, so I also have the reason to question him whether he has read [the post]. Logically speaking, isn’t it the normal reaction by a person who says that he has read [[i]The Twenty-Four Histories[/i]] for seven or eight years to jump out immediately to accuse Han Han of rumormongering [lying] after Han Han said he had read [the books] when he was in high school?”[23]

A question still waiting for Fang’s answer
Exactly 100 minutes after Fang posted his “Genius” Han Han’s Proficiency in Literature and History, an internet user asked the following question: why didn’t Fang point out Han Han’s lie right after Han Han told the lie, but only after another person had pointed out the lie? As of today, nearly 3 years later, the question is still to be answered by Fang.

On the other hand, a few hours after Fang posted his reply to Luo Yonghao[13], I wrote a full-length article entitled Tealer Fang Steals Always[24], demonstrating Fang’s plagiarism thoroughly. I even invented a special term for him: because at that time many Chinese people in mainland China called him “Teacher Fang,” and Fang does like to pretend to be a teacher or The Teacher, which literally means “old master” (老师, lǎo shī), but most overseas Chinese had already known that Fang Zhouzi is nothing but a stealer, or The Stealer, which literally means “little thief” (小偷, xiǎo tōu), so I gave him the title “Tealer,” which is a pun for “old thief” and “always steal” (老偷, lǎo tōu). The article was actually reposted on weibo.com by Mr. Wang Jiamin who also mocked Fang by imitating one of Fang’s sentences, “This article is also well written, much more talented than Han Han – the last sentence is intended to prod Han’s Family Army”:

“This article is also well written, much more talented than @Fangzhouzi – the last sentence is intended to prod Fang The Invincible.”[25]

As of today, Fang has responded neither to my article nor to Mr. Wang’s repost. Obviously, Fang has been using his “last strategy.”

Tealer Fang’s last strategy
On Jan. 21, I posted my Tealer Fang Steals Always on AIR-China, demonstrating that Fang had stolen the post by “A Night Learner.” I also called him Tealer Fang to prod him to respond. On the next day, the article was made into a long microblog and posted on weibo.com by Mr. Wang Jiamin, who also notified Fang at the same time (see the reddish @方舟子). As of today, Tealer Fang is still pretend to be blind to the article and his new title.The image is the screenshot of Mr. Wang's post; the illustion of Tealer's derivation was added by me.

5. A Fake Zhuangyuan Who Likes to Brag

Some people might wonder why would Fang Zhouzi want to steal an online post to attack Han Han, who had already bidden farewell to him one day earlier, especially considering Fang’s own shameful boasting about reading The Twenty-Four Histories. Won’t it make him look really bad if the stealing and the lying were exposed to light?

Of course Fang was aware of the danger, the problem is that the temptation was too huge to resist. The fact is, Fang, like his mistress Sharon Gao Li, his scientistic adviser Sun Wenjun, and that fake American Ph. D. Albert Yuan, is extremely proud of the scores he obtained in the College Entrance Examination, especially his Chinese language test score, because it is the biggest and most glorious achievement Fang has ever obtained in his entire life. So, since the very beginning of his internet career, in 1993, Fang has been showing it off constantly and persistently. Here is a paragraph Fang wrote in 1999:

“Talking about College Entrance Examination is like talking about an old lover, a tender feeling fills my heart involuntarily. Among the subjects in the exam, only the language exam tests the skill, unrelated to the textbooks, so one doesn’t need to prepare especially for it (and preparation is useless anyway), it is not like math, physics, and chemistry which require doing a large amount of exercises, and it doesn’t need to study by rote like politics, English and biology. I was completely indifferent [to the language exam], took the exam when the day arrived, and I received the top score in the whole province off hand. The top scorer is commonly called Zhuangyuan, and becoming a Zhuangyuan is a matter of family glorification, therefore, whenever there is an opportunity I’ll mention the matter to glorify my ancestors, and this time, I have a legitimate reason to do it again.”[26]

The so called Zhuangyuan (状元) is an ancient term for the top scorer in the final, and national, Imperial Examination, which was normally held once per three years. In current China, the provincial top scorers in the College Entrance Examination are sometimes also called Zhuangyuan by news media; however, to my knowledge, the title is only given to the people whose total scores are the highest, rather than those who scored highest in a single subject. On the other hand, Fang’s score in the language exam was tied with another person; however, Fang has never acknowledged the fact, indicating strongly his yearning for the title which he doesn’t deserve at all. In 2009, I demonstrated exhaustively that Fang is the most famous fake Zhuangyuan in China’s history[27], but Fang just kept bragging the title, shamelessly, demonstrating again his strong desire for the title. Therefore, when he found the post by “A Night Learner,” Fang simply could not resist his urge to take the opportunity to “to glorify my ancestors.” Fang’s intention was well perceived by his readers, as Ms. Li Li (Muzi Mei) commented:

“Zhouzhou [Li’s hypocorism for Fang] was actually Fujian’s language Zhuangyuan, awesome!”[28]

And another internet user commented:

“‘I was the top scorer in the language test of the College Entrance Examination in Fujian Province in 1985,’ that’s the real main theme of this article!”[29]

Unfortunately, Fang’s bragging by stealing not only made his, as well as his wife’s, plagiarism the major topic in the early stage of the Hanly War, it also led to the exposure of his cheating in the “College Entrance Examination in Fujian Province in 1985,” just like his cheating at the Michigan State University when he wrote his Ph. D. degree dissertation. Also, “Zhuangyuan” Fang Zhouzi’s Proficiency in Literature and History would soon be exposed (see below).

Bad money drives out good
The four proponents and beneficiaries of China’s College Entrance Exanimation and its guided secondary education. From left clockwise: Sun Wenjun, Fang Zhouzi, Albert Yuan, and Sharon Gao Li.

Forger Fang Zhouzi

It seems that Fang was determined to write his “‘Genius’Han Han” series during the holiday season, even though the first one hurt himself more than Han Han. However, again, something happened on Jan. 21, 2012, so Fang interrupted his series by revisiting an old issue.

1. Being Slapped in the Face

On Jan. 22, 2012, the Chinese New Year Eve, Fang posted his Han Han’s Farce of Reward on his blogs, apparently intended to refute one of Han Han’s arguments in his Man-made Fang Zhouzi which was published 3 days earlier.

The story actually started on the day when Fang launched his sudden attack on Han Han. In the afternoon of Jan. 18, Fang posted the following message:

“After carefully reading Han Han’s statement, [I found out that] the 20 million [Yuan] is intended to reward the ghostwriters (‘Anyone who can prove that he/she is writing articles for me, or used to write for me, even if a line of characters,……will be rewarded 20 million Yuan RMB,’) so, what are you busy for? Even if you have demonstrated the existence of the ghostwriters, what you did is only for other people’s benefit. Everyone, go home please.”[30]

In his Man-made Fang Zhouzi, Han Han cited Fang’s above post as the evidence for his “quoting out of context as such”:

“Mr. Fang Zhouzi, how evil and vicious you are. Not only are you able to quote out of context to commas, you are actually able to use an ellipsis to remove all the context which are in complete contrary to your conclusion. Slap, here is the original text: ‘Anyone who can demonstrate that his/her friends or relatives belong to ‘Han Han’s Writing Team’ or ‘Han Han’s Planning Team,’ anyone who has contacted or seen any members of ‘Han Han’s Writing or Planning Team,’ anyone who can prove that he/she is writing articles for me, or used to write for me, even if a line of characters, any medium which has received a news release from ‘Han Han’s Team’ or myself asking for publication and propaganda, any internet company which has received the evidence that ‘Han Han’s Team’ or myself had asked for propaganda and hype, will be awarded 20 million Yuan RMB.’

“Fang Zhouzi, you even said that you had ‘carefully read my statement,’ however, you deliberately quoted a small sentence. Such a naked and shameless quoting out of context to deceive other people, I haven’t seen before in my written polemics career of more than ten years. Even a new internet user won’t do things like that, and you are actually a public figure. I even don’t know how to refute you. If you dislike Tian Han, will you post a message like this: ‘OMG, Tian Han wrote the March of the Volunteers, in which there is even a sentence ‘All those who want to be slaves……forge our new Great Wall…….’”[31]

Malicious and intentional misleading
The above image shows the complete text of Han Han’s reward offering for the evidence of ghostwriting. The words highlighted in yellow were quoted by Fang Zhouzi to demonstrate that Han Han’s offering was intended to keep the money to his closest circle.

2. Fang’s Delayed Counter-Attack

As mentioned before, Fang didn’t refute Han Han’s above allegation in either his Rumormonger Han Han, or Rumormonger Han Han II, written on Jan. 19 and 20, 2012, respectively. However, he did it on Jan. 22, in Han Han's Farce of Reward. The article contains more than 2 thousand characters, however, except for a single piece of evidence, all the rest, about 80% of the text, was argumentative, i. e. Fang’s deciphering of Han Han’s deceitfulness based solely on his “reasoning.” Let’s take a look at one example:

“After careful examination of the five conditions, [we can find that] the fourth and fifth were not directed at individuals, so they are irrelevant to us. The first and the second conditions were aimed at those whose relatives and good friends are the members of Han Han’s Team, or those who have contacts with the members of Han Han’s Team, and they are irrelevant to the general public either. The third condition required the ghostwriters to prove themselves [to be the ghostwriters], thus irrelevant to the general public even more. The general public can only demonstrate with the publicly available information that Han Han’s articles were ghostwritten, and in the initial version of the reward announcement, those who have demonstrated that were eligible for the reward, however, in the latest version, that condition disappeared. Therefore, even if I have demonstrated that Han Han’s articles were ghostwritten, I won’t be able to get a penny. Those people who instigated me to get the reward were either reading the initial version of Han Han’s announcement, or misled by the third condition in the last version, they didn’t notice that it was directed at those who ‘can prove that he/she’ has ghostwritten. That’s why I said even if you have demonstrated the existence of the ghostwriters for Han Han, what you did is only for other people’s benefit. Where did I quote out of context? On the other hand, Han Han’s father was listed as one of suspected ghostwriters a long time ago, even if it is proven, the result is nothing but transferring the reward from [Han Han’s] left hand to his right hand.”[32]

Obviously, Fang could have written the above “textual analysis” right after Han Han posted his Man-made Fang Zhouzi, and the reason he didn’t do that was also very obvious: what he did is nothing but malicious misinterpretation and misleading, which would have been backfired even worse than his Rumormonger Han Han series. Then, why would Fang do it on the New Year Eve? The answer is that he had finally found a piece of “hard evidence.” Here it is:

“If a ghostwriter [of Han Han’s] wants the 20 million Yuan reward, how could he demonstrate that he has written for Han Han? Because all the articles were blog articles, and they were published directly on the internet, and they were modified online, therefore, if the administrator of the blog website doesn’t come out [to testify], the ghostwriter is really difficult to prove that he has ghostwritten [for Han Han]. Yesterday, an internet user posted a microblog, saying that one of his friends is a member of Han Han’s Team, the story involves the issue of how to prove himself. The microblog is as following (I have hidden the portion about personal information): ‘My friend X graduated from the famous University XX, he claimed that he had often been processing and polishing the blog articles for a post-1980 writer Han. I thought he was lying, so X easily logged into Han’s blog, it was after that I believed him. I asked him to what extent he had processed [Han’s articles], he answered the question only with a smile.’ The internet user deleted the message later, I asked him why, and he said he didn’t want to get into trouble. The reliability of the story is unknown, however, if a ghostwriter wants to prove himself, the only way to do so is to log into Han Han’s blog. The approach is convincing when it is used to prove oneself to others, however, it won’t work for claiming Han Han’s reward, because, first, Han Han might change his password at any time he wants so that [the ghostwriter] won’t be able to log on; secondly, Han Han has already announced that the password to his blog is known to many of his friends who correct the typos in his articles, so even if this person is able to log into Han Han’s blog, Han Han is still able to say that he is only a member of the team for correcting typos, but not a member of the team for ghostwriting or polishing.”[33]

Of course Fang knew all along that he would never be able to demonstrate or prove the ghostwriting allegation. All he could do was to cast doubt on Han Han - his character and ability. And the purpose of his Han Han’s Farce of Reward was very simple, as he said explicitly: “Let people suspect that the person who offered the reward had a guilty conscience”[34].

Although Fang’s speculation over Han Han’s possible behaviors was completely, entirely, and totally based on his own behavioral pattern and mental setting, a more important question is: where did Fang get his story about that Mr. X?

3. A Fishing Experiment

It turned out that the only reason for Fang to interrupt his “Genius Han Han” series and came back to the old issue was because he swallowed a bait on Jan. 21, 2012. In other words, Fang was fished. The story was actually told by the fisherman, who calls himself “A Piece of Rotten Wood” (朽木之一), on Jan. 24:

“In the morning of Jan. 21, I posted a completely fabricated message; the message was deleted in the afternoon; in the evening, Teacher Fang personally asked me for the deleted message, never questioned its authenticity; on the next day Teacher Fang used the message in his article. I hereby clarify the matter: that message was made up by me. For detail, see the attached long microblog post.”[35]

The long microblog post contains five paragraphs with more than 1,600 Chinese characters, detailing his objective, methodology, results, and conclusion of his “fishing” (“trapping”) experiment. Here are the first 3 paragraphs:

“It takes just one glimpse to know that Teacher Fang is so smart as to go bald – of course Teacher Fang will tirelessly popularize science to us, saying that the reason one is going bald is only because that he is more sensitive to dihydrotestosterone, it doesn’t have anything to do with smartness – even so, Teacher Fang is an extremely smart guy. Teacher Fang can smartly repost a message disadvantageous to his opponents; smartly add a little comment on the message; and easily hurt [his opponents] with other people’s knives. For example, Teacher Fang reposted the following message: ‘there is a ban from the upper level on publishing articles against Han Han,’ then he commented briefly: ‘Based on what? Based on the successful transformation with the Han’s Trio and receiving the amulet? Then, it needs to be continued even more.’ [Teacher Fang] not only killed a person with another person’s knife, he also established his own image of a tough and courageous guy, and made his followers awestruck. [The problem is,] the blogger whose message was reposted by Teacher Fang was not among those he follows (Teacher Fang’s standard is very high, he only follows 20 people), so how did Teacher Fang find the most valuable message in the ocean of the internet? Can Teacher Fang assure the reliability of the messages he reposts? If I make up a fake message, will Teacher Fang use it indiscriminately? I decided to set a trap to see whether Teacher Fang would bite my bait.

“In the morning of Jan. 21, I posted a message with completely fabricated content: ‘My friend Zhang graduated from a famous University in Shanghai, he claimed that he had often been processing and polishing the blog articles for a post-1980 writer Han. I thought he was lying, so Zhang easily logged into Han’s blog, it was after that I believed him. I asked him to what extent he had processed [Han’s articles], he answered the question only with a smile.’ After posting the message, I watched the water patiently. By the afternoon, the fish still didn’t bite. Think about it, how could Teacher Fang visit my Weibo? I felt I was really silly, and I was also worried that I might get into trouble, so I deleted that ulterior ‘rumor.’ Unexpectedly, in the evening, Teacher Fang sent me a private message, asking why the post had disappeared, whether it was deleted by myself, or was shielded by the Weibo administration. I told him that I deleted the post myself because I didn’t want to cause trouble. Teacher Fang asked me for the deleted message, saying that he wanted to cite it in his article, and he would hide the personal information. I hesitated for a while, and decided to continue fishing, so I sent the message over. In the entire process, it seemed that Teacher Fang didn’t care about the authenticity of the message. On the next day, Teacher Fang posted his Han Han’s Farce of Reward, and indeed, the article used my ‘rumor.’ However, Teacher Fang smartly stated that ‘the reliability of the story is unknown,’ also, he made other people think that the reason he cited the message was to discuss how ‘the members of Han Han’s Team’ could prove themselves. Therefore, if someone stands up to accuse Teacher Fang of spreading a rumor, Teacher Fang would be able to defend himself by juggling with the words.

“At the beginning of the dispute between Maitian and Han Han, there was a definite topic to discuss about, which was whether Han Junior has ghostwriters. Under that situation, the criterion for judging the winner and loser did exist. If Maitian could convince us with the evidence that there had been people who wrote for Han Junior behind the scene, then Maitian would win; if the audience still believed Han Junior’s innocence, then Han Junior would win – the rule was as simple as that. After Maitian’s retreat, Teacher Fang entered the fight as the number one player, and the original contest with a clear rule degenerated into a disorganized fight between neighborhood women, they clutch each other’s ears, grasp each other’s hairs, and pull each other’s belts, pestering the details, and making a big fuss about their opponent’s unimportant loopholes frequently. Under such a situation, what’s the criterion for winning or losing? It seems that there is not a clear criterion anymore, and every supporter in either side raises his hand to make a V sign, declaring his team has won. Actually, such a fight is meaningless, but the scene is splendid, the atmosphere is hot, and the audience is excited. Looking back at Teacher Fang’s flawless revolutionary history, it is not the first time that such a chaotic scene appears.” (Please see the image below for the original Chinese.)

The Tale of the Fisherman and the Fish
The long microblog posted by “A Piece of Rotten Wood” on Jan. 24, 2012, detailing the story about his “fishing” experiment. It has been reposted for more than 5 thousand times, and read by millions.

Fang was fished by an open Fang-hater
Before doing his fishing experiment, the fisherman “Rotten Wood” had left many comments under Fang’s posts criticizing Fang’s fraudulent attack on Han Han. Fang, who is famous for his selective blindness, apparently didn’t see these comments. The above image shows two comments by the “Rotten Wood,” one was made on Jan. 19, 2012, under Fang’s post spreading the Poplar’s rumor that Han Han was protected by the Chinese government. One internet user first made the following comment: “I bet 50 cents that Fang Zhouzi is going to use his unique trick ‘I didn’t say,’ - when did I say that Han Han is protected by the upper level? It is said by other person, what I did was only to repost it -…….” The “Rotten Wood” concurred: “You are absolutely right.” The other comment by the “Rotten Wood” was made on Jan. 20, 2012, on Fang’s another post attacking Han’s fans. The comment says: “Old Fang, you’d better keep digging in the evidence, not use Han-fans to divert the attention. The fact is, the dirty words used by Fang-fans are not a tiny bit inferior to other people’s fans, the only problem is that Old Fang is a little selectively blind on the issue.”

4. Keep Lying

As of today, the “Rotten Wood” has only about 500 followers. Apparently because of this, his fishing experiment report generated almost no response in the first 40 hours after it was posted. However, by the evening of Jan. 26, the post began to get hotter and hotter. The first “Big V” – certified Weibo accounts with many followers – who reposted the post was Mr. Hu Ge (胡戈), who gained his fame in 2005 with an internet film teasing Chen Kaige’s movie The Promise. Here is Mr. Hu’s comment:

“Someone recommended the article to me, and I think it is really sensational. Talking about killing people with borrowed knife, [I remember that] last time he exposed the fraud committed by a leader of Qingdao, and everyone applauded him and asked him to continue, he immediately said that you people wanted to kill me with borrowed knife, and stopped at once. I was wondering why the person was so sensitive, thinking of killing him with borrowed knife. It turns out that he is the expert with the tactic, and that’s why he was so sensitive.”[36]

The next “Big V” who reposted the post was Mr. Yao Bo (五岳散人), his comment is more comical:

“Exactly how many people have turned on their flashlights waiting for The Naive Fang to climb up the light beams and then shutting off the flashlights? Watching that The Naive Fang climbs various flashlight beams tirelessly, I could almost not bear to continue watching. Professor Zhao Nanyuan, didn’t you tell me braggingly a few days earlier that the science writer would never be fished? Now, The Naive Fang is becoming a dry fish, are you going to continue bragging?”[37]

Then, Mr. Lu Jinbo reposted the post with the following introduction:

“This internet friend had learned how to ‘fish,’ and he fabricated a story intentionally saying that ‘Han Han has a ghostwriter,’ and he deleted the post in the afternoon. In the evening, Fang Zhouzi sent a private message [asking for it], he didn’t ask anything about the authenticity of the story, and he cited the story directly in the next day’s Han Han’s Farce of Reward.”[38]

Immediately after Mr. Lu, Mr. Luo Yonghao reposted the post[39].

However, the most damaging evidence appeared in the afternoon on Jan. 27: Dr. Sun Haifeng posted the screenshots of the private messages between Fang Zhouzi and the “Rotten Wood,” which essentially substantiated the story told by the latter[40].

Surround and watch the rumormongering expert Fang Zhouzi
On Jan. 27, 2012, Dr. Sun Haifeng of Shenzhen University posted the screenshots of the private messages between Fang Zhouzi the dumb fish and the “Rotten Wood” the smart fisherman. The fisherman posted a fabricated story as bait for Fang in the morning of Jan. 21, 2012, and deleted it in the afternoon. At 20:29 of the day, Fang sent a private message to the Wood asking why the message disappeared; the fisherman replied at 20:35, saying that the post was deleted by him because of scaring of possible trouble. At 21:14, Fang sent another private message to the fisherman asking him whether he still had the message, and the fisherman sent the deleted message to Fang 34 minutes later.

Altogether, the post by the “Rotten Wood” was reposted for more than 5 thousand times, and read by millions. Furthermore, on Jan. 29, 2012, the Topic Today of qq.com (Tencent) was a special report entitled Fang Zhouzi Busts Han Han the Wrong Way, in which Fang’s many wrongdoings were documented, and the fishing experiment was cited as the evidence for Fang’s “looking only for the evidence to his own advantage, and disregarding its reliability”[41]. On Feb. 10, 2012, Southern People Weekly published a group of articles under the title Han Han vs. Fang Zhouzi: Confrontation or Suicide, discussing Fang’s attack on Han Han, the above experiment was cited again to demonstrate that “Fang Zhouzi’s customary tactic is that as long as the messages are advantageous to him, he’ll use them all, regardless of their authenticity”[42].

Wrong way!
A front page article on qq.com showed the evidence of Fang’s deliberate use of unreliable information to frame Han Han. It also showed the screenshot of Fang’s private message to the “Rotten Wood” asking for the deleted post (lower right corner).

On Feb. 13, 2012, the fisherman posted the following message:

“Ten years ago, I thought that only Teacher Fang’s ‘science’ is real science, and Teacher Fang is the defender of science, and the jinx of pseudoscience. Five years ago, I thought that Teacher Fang’s ‘science’ is in fact a religion, Teacher Fang believes in a religion called ‘science,’ and he won’t tolerate any heathen whose opinion is not in line with his. And now, I have found out that Teacher Fang’s ‘science’ is actually a chopper, Teacher Fang is brandishing the chopper to chop any person he wants to chop.”[43]

In other words, by the mid February, 2012, almost everyone, including his followers and supporters, knew that Fang had been using fabricated data against Han Han. What do you think Fang’s response? He has been completely ignoring the iron-clad evidence on the internet, the mountainous negative comments under his posts, and harsh criticisms in the news media, and keeping using the fabricated data, till this day, and definitely will do it forever. In 1995, when teaching other people how to write poetry by stealing, Fang took his famous vow: “Never feel ashamed of, never apologize”[44]. Fang is indeed true to his words.

The evilest evil
On Jan. 21, 2012, an internet user posted a completely fabricated story to “fish” Fang Zhouzi, saying that one of Mr. Han Han’s ghostwriters confessed to him. The post was deleted later, but Fang asked for the deleted message personally, never questioned its reliability, and used the story as the sole evidence in an article attacking Mr. Han. The storyteller revealed the secret to the public 2 days later, but Fang has been pretending that nothing has happened, and keeping his article as it was. Top: the screenshot of the post by the storyteller revealing the “fishing” experiment; Second from the top: the portion of Fang’s article on his blog on sina.com retaining the fake story; Third from the top: the portion of Fang’s article on his blog on hexun.com retaining the fake story; Bottom: the portion of Fang’s article on the New Threads retaining the fake story. The red underlines highlight the fake story exactly as it was originally told. Fang replaced 4 Chinese characters in the original message with X to pretend that he was hiding the real identity of the character in the story, obviously trying to make the story looked more convincing.
(Note: the screenshots were captured on April 4, 2014. On Oct. 21, 2014, Fang’s blogs on China’s internet were completely shielded by the Chinese government. Consequently, the webpages from which the middle two screenshots were captured are no longer available. However, the webpage on the New Threads still exists.)

5. An Old Dog’s Old Trick

The above fishing experiment was told by me briefly under the same subtitle, “An old dog’s old trick,” in March 2014, when Fang was using the tactic to smear Professor Jeffrey Beall of the University of Colorado, who had just listed MDPI, a Swiss open access publisher founded and owned by Fang’s major money supplier Dr. Shu-kun Lin, as one of the “questionable Publishers”[45]. The fact is, the old dog’s old trick has an even older history, and the following two stories are told here to illustrate that Fang had been actively soliciting the malicious rumormongering messages before, therefore his biting of the bait was intentional.

(1) The Unlawful California Lawyer

As I have mentioned repeatedly, in December 2011, Fang resumed his years-long personal fight against Mr. Luo Yonghao, and one of the major tactics he used was reposting malicious messages from anonymous Weibo users. For example, on Dec. 29, 2011, while issuing his vicious and criminal “kill pig” threat[46], Fang began his attempt to destroy Luo’s English training school by “investigating” any kinds of problems the school might have. One such potential problem was the “study abroad consultants” Luo hired, because most of these consultants were Chinese students studying overseas, such as those in the United States. To instigate his followers to report these students to the U. S. government, Fang posted the following message:

“Several of the study abroad consultants hired by ‘Old Luo’s English’ are students in America with F1 visa, and according to the U. S. law, they are not allowed to work. Now, they are working part time in Old Luo’s company. Is it legal in the U. S.? Will the universities they are studying at, the Immigration Service, and the Internal Revenue Service investigate the matter? Seeking for advice from every legal expert specialized in U. S. immigration law.”[47]

Almost immediately, one such expert who called himself “California Lawyer” (加州律师) jumped out:

“Those people with F1 visa are not allowed to work in the U. S. without USCIS (Immigration Service) permission, if the evidence showing that they have worked illegally is sent to ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement), their F1 status will be revoked, and [they will be] deported. Fang Zhouzi, please tell me the first and last names of these students, I will write an email to ICE to ask them to investigate, and I’ll inform you the progress.”[48]

Fang reposted the message with the following comment:

“The website of Old Luo’s English has the information you need.”[49]

On Dec. 29, 2011, at 19:44, Fang posted a message pretending to seek for legal advice from lawyers specializing in American immigrant law, but his real intention was to instigate his followers to report the supposed illegal employment by Luo’s employees to the U. S. government. In less than 4 hours, an internet user who pretended to be a lawyer in California answered Fang’s call, and Fang reposted his message to scare Luo’s employees.

So, who was that California Lawyer? It was found out that just a few weeks earlier, he posted multiple messages under the title of “The Wallet of a Post-1980 Bachelor American Lawyer” on tianya.cn, looking for a girlfriend:

“Having been in America for 6 years, five years in New York, now in California Bay Area, having house and car, 1.8 meter tall, graduated from a famous school, handsome, a libra, practicing law in America’s largest state California, annual after-tax income $200,000, having Green Card, being urged by family to get married, coming here to take my chance. Don’t bother if not sincere.”[50]

The funny thing is, this handsome, tall, and rich California lawyer didn’t have a single credit card in his wallet; rather, he was still holding an Employment Authorization Card, which is issued by USCIS to nonimmigrants. Therefore, most, if not all, information about himself he posted online was false.

Illegal seduction by the California Lawyer, a Fang-lover
On Dec. 6, 2011, Fangangster “California Lawyer” posted 5 posts on tianya.cn soliciting young females with his “wallet.” Many internet users noticed immediately that the “California Lawyer” was holding a New York State Driver License, a Costco card, an Employment Authorization Card, but he didn’t have a single credit card.

Furthermore, it was found out a few days later that the California Lawyer had sexually harassed a female internet user, Sister Ran Xiang (染香姐姐), a well-known public intellectual, because she had just posted a comment on an anti-America report published by the infamous Global Times, an extreme left-wing newspaper which would soon sponsor Fang Zhouzi and Sima Nan to travel the world. Here is the original post:

“Asshole Shit Newspaper [混球屎报, Húnqiú shǐbào, pronounces similar to the Chinese name of the Global Times, 环球时报, Huánqiú shíbào]succeeded again in damping dirty water on America: Mekong River massacre was a serial operations by some international forces after long-term premeditation, deliberate manipulation, and spending heavy money to hire the Thai’s kPa Mang barrack soldiers and even other armed organizations. The purpose for the massacre was to damage the relationships between China and its border countries…They were all planned serial actions for the sole purpose to create chaos and attack China. [139url.cn]”[51]

Here is the comment by Sister Ran Xiang:

“America is really powerful; every bad thing in the world was done by them……Was Kim Jong Il assassinated by them also?”[52]

Here is the comment by the California Lawyer on Sister Ran Xiang’s comment:

“Sister Ran Xiang, do you feel lonely at the night? My that thing is relatively balky, and my skill is very good, I can satisfy you.”[53]

And here is the comment by Old Luo on the California Lawyer’s comment:

“This is ‘public intellectual’ Fang Zhouzi’s comrade ‘California Lawyer’.”[54]

Fang hasn’t mentioned his trusted “California Lawyer” since then.

On Jan. 3, 2012, Mr. Luo Yonghao reposted the California Lawyer’s obscene comment (red underlined) on Sister Ran Xiang, who had just made a critical comment on an anti-America report by the leftist newspaper the Global Times. It is unknown whether the California Lawyer harassed her out of political motivation; however, Fang has maintained an extraordinarily close tie with the newspaper. Please note that the original post on which Sister Ran Xiang made her comment has been deleted, and her Weibo account was shut down in early 2014. Sister Ran Xiang fled to the U. S. in October 2014.

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