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Vietnam continue to occupy Chinese islands in South China sea, How to solve? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2012-4-24 15:18:06 |Display all floors
Philippines ,Vietnam and other countries which want to make issues about  the South China Sea. are you want to anger China?the littles,could you want to let your people live in the war life. would you want to get back the Primitive society? if you want China will help you ,help you get back the Primitive society.Come on ,let you knows what is chinese tough side.  littles.......

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Post time 2012-7-23 01:09:33 |Display all floors
I think China and Vietnam are protecting their interests. However, If China and Vietnam had signed the treaty which allows each country to expand the to the sea for 200 nautical miles (300 km). Both countries have to abide whatever they had signed. If one violated, just shoot and kill them. No more talking because the treaty had been signed. I knew most of the islands are closed to Vietnam that is closer than 200 nautical miles. In this case, China just want to use the military power to pushover Vietnam. China needs to be smart if not, they may drag US in this dispute. This is a mess for China because US had experience to kill a lot of people this time may be Chinese people too.

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Post time 2012-7-23 02:33:32 |Display all floors
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Post time 2012-7-23 06:58:19 |Display all floors
Awww Ducky,
Don't you know ALL the seas and land belong to China?
They 'discovered' everything 5000 years ago and will now reclaim it.
I'm just here for the money

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