曾焯文: 英外相中國妻變東洋女?Chapman Chen: UK Foreign Minister’s Japanese Wife Slip of Tongue Made in China

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(Eng. summary below)

英外相侯俊偉訪華,昨日見中國外交部長王毅,竟稱其來自中共西安的妻房Lucia郭為日本人,隨即認自己錯得離譜。侯偉敬所犯或為佛洛依德式口誤。從精神分析角度而言,人講錯說話,好多時洩露潛意識受壓抑的秘密,或教人不便的真相。所以,侯俊偉講錯妻房為日女,所洩漏潛意識祕密或為以下是但一樣。

一,侯俊偉曾在日本學日文兩年,可能本想娶日本嬌嬈,如栗原小卷或早瀨久美,但陰差陽錯,娶了中國婦,心中後悔。

二,侯俊偉心中對中共有敵意,潛意識欲刺激之。(中共多年來不斷以日本二戰時曾侵華八年,煽動國民仇日情緒。)

以上純為作者依書揣測,並不代表本報立場。When Jeremy Hung, Foreign Minister of Britain, visited China yesterday and met with his China counterpart, Wang Yi, Hung actually said that his wife Lucia Guo, who in reality came from Xian, China, was Japanese. After that, Hung promptly admitted that it was a “terrible” mistake. From a Freudian perspective, Hung may have committed a Freudian slip of tongue in calling his Chinese wife Japanese. The secret thus unconsciously revealed might be either one of the following:

  1. As Jeremy Hunt had studied Japanese in Japan for two years, he might have wanted to marry a Japanese beauty like Komaki Kurihara or Kumi Hayase. But for some unknown reason, he was obliged to marry a Chinese woman. And he is full of regret about that.
  2. Jeremy Hunt harbored some sort of grudge against Communist China, and unconsciously wanted to provoke it. (The Chinese Communist Party, for decades, has been inciting China people to hate Japan on the ground that Japan invaded China from 1937 through 1945.)

The above is the author’s academic conjecture based on Freudian psychoanalysis, and does not represent the stance of Local Press.

侯俊偉今勻訪華志在明年英國退出歐盟前,加強與北京的貿易關係。預計其他議題包括「多邊主義和自由貿易;英中共同應對氣候變化;發展、安全和防擴散等全球挑戰;以及加強聯合國制裁朝鮮的方式」 侯俊偉辦公室在其行前透露。另一方面,英國政要,如前外相聶偉敬爵士,工黨黨魁Catherine West等人,於侯俊偉行前,曾聯署要求其向中方提出香港人權問題,但未見侯有回應。

Source: https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2018/07/30/world/politics-diplomacy-world/u-k-s-new-top-diplomat-jeremy-hunt-makes-japanese-wife-gaffe-china/#.W167otX-jIU


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