In the days since the attacks that killed 12 people at the offices of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris, Chinese netizens have watched the outpouring of solidarity. As our colleagues at Foreign Policy reported earlier this week, the Chinese reaction has been overwhelmingly one of resentment. Why, they ask, does Paris get a unity march, when the knife attacks that killed 27 people in the Kunming railway station on March 1, 2014 were largely ignored by the the public in the West? Is their question a fair one and if so, how would you answer it? —The Editors


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