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This post was edited by 1584austin at 2017-3-15 03:56

I don't blame them. If I was on a cruise and moored at a Muslim country I wouldn't get off if i was being dictated to to wear 'their' attire in order to do so.
So Boycott's do work whether it's an individual or a group


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shehemego Post time: 2017-3-14 22:51
very hilarious news but thought-provoking at the same time. Actually, South Korea should take a seri ...

Yeah, right: Might always takes care of who is right. In the long run, the S Koreans will lose their country, their people, their industry to the mighty Chinese and become part of their empire.

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Jaaja Post time: 2017-3-14 16:31
But where is pragmatism, that Chinese leaders often use in their vocabulary, in this? If it is g ...

Maybe I didn't make it clear. OK, so I mean that it's impossible to stop what will happen, because the trend is strong and mature, what we could probably do is to affect it, basically slow it down or push it forward.

So I didn't so "it is better to make it happen slowly".

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shehemego Post time: 2017-3-14 22:51
very hilarious news but thought-provoking at the same time. Actually, South Korea should take a seri ...

China should stop meddling in other countries affairs this has nothing to do with China

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1584austin Post time: 2017-3-15 03:54
I don't blame them. If I was on a cruise and moored at a Muslim country I wouldn't get off if i was  ...

The ban or boycott is temporary. I don't think it makes any big effect on South Korea.

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linda_sun Post time: 2017-3-16 15:34
The ban or boycott is temporary. I don't think it makes any big effect on South Korea.

Then it won't, it's a bit like union members striking for one day. It's usually a pain in the 'arris for all affected for the day that's all

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