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huaqiao Post time: 2016-6-16 22:53
Read this link

http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/world/2016-06/16/content_25733126.htm

I have it's an opnion and worthless

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dusty1 Post time: 2016-6-17 10:21
I have it's an opnion and worthless

I think not.

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seneca Post time: 2016-6-17 09:21
You may be right to some extent, but then again, who recognised so-called "China" in the early 1 ...

The islands were recognised as China's as early as pre-war days. China then was mainland China to the world. Taiwan was recognised as part of China too. After Chiang Kai Shek went over to Taiwan, he continued to get the support of US and declared Taiwan as China. Even then, initially, Chiang Kai Shek wanted to conquer back China mainland with the idea that Taiwan is part of China. Only when he failed to do so did he reluctantly considered Taiwan as separate from China. You are trying to argue on the point of technically but I think the moral aspect is more important. Even then, that does not make occupying islands belonging to another illegally as correct. Or do you think so?



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seneca Post time: 2016-6-17 09:19
And when YOU of all posters claim to hold "facts" in your hands, you mean maps of the S China Sea  ...

The facts speak for themselves. Resorting to childish tactics makes you look bad actually.

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