- Registration time
- Last login
- Online time
- 1223 Hour
- Reading permission
This post was edited by abramicus at 2012-11-24 13:01|
NOT A MAP OF CHINA BY THE CHINESE PATRIOTS, BUT A MAP OF CHINA BY JAPANESE COLLABORATORS WHO WILL USE IT TO SHOW THAT DIAOYUDAO IS NOT A PART OF CHINA, AS CHINA, AS LATE AS NOV. 22, 2012, COULD NOT PLACE THE SOVEREIGN BORDERS OF THESE ISLANDS.
Mr. Banana, the maker of the map has a soft spot for Panatag too, and did not include it inside China's otherwise "comprehensive boundary lines".
Now that you are making noises here, China should remember that if the map includes the shoreline of the Philippines, it should place a line between Huangyan and the coastline of Luzon as well. Japan is helping you guys out for free. You did not have to pay a single peso to the map maker, imagine!
However, the Huangyan giveaway is not as definite as the Diaoyudao gift to Japan, because one could still argue that the location of Huangyan, even if not depicted on the map, should be somewhere inside the 9-dash boundary line.