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Vietnamese stage anti-China protest over its oil bids in South China Sea   [Copy link] 中文

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According to the Assoicated Press, a group of Vietnamese marched through the capital’s streets shouting “Down with China!” in a protest Sunday following growing tensions over disputed territory in the South China Sea.

About 200 people chanted in the rain, some waving flags and holding signs, as they walked through central Hanoi toward the Chinese Embassy. Police stopped traffic and did not attempt to quash the event, but the area near the embassy was cordoned off.

The protest follows China’s recent announcement that it will open nine oil and gas lots for development to international bidders, even though the area overlaps with Vietnam’s current exploration contracts.
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Post time 2012-7-3 23:53:08 |Display all floors
notice the prominent communist star on their t-shirts please.

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Post time 2012-7-4 10:13:00 |Display all floors
it's pretty obvious who's backing these riots, if they are carrying english signs

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Post time 2012-7-4 10:14:39 |Display all floors
They are Vietnamese in Vietnam and they can protest against whomever they want to.  

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Post time 2012-7-4 10:43:41 |Display all floors
grb Post time: 2012-7-4 10:14
They are Vietnamese in Vietnam and they can protest against whomever they want to.

Obviously.

And your point is?

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Post time 2012-7-4 13:59:10 |Display all floors
This post was edited by pantarhei at 2012-7-4 13:59
lionsclub Post time: 2012-7-4 10:13
it's pretty obvious who's backing these riots, if they are carrying english signs

More likely it is a sign of who they wish to take notice of their message.

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