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The United States and Japan should act with caution regarding the South China Sea issue, a Foreign Ministry spokeswoman urged on Friday, emphasizing China's resolve to defend its territory.
Spokeswoman Hua Chunying commented after the US and Japan issued a joint statement expressing "serious concerns" on the issue. The two countries released the statement after Japan's foreign and defense minister ...

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Post time 2017-8-19 20:23:44 |Display all floors
As long as China continues to get it wrong on the South China sea issue, and the East China sea issue, it invites other nations it wrongly believes have no rights, to have their say.

Confused how China could continually get it so wrong.
*Writer shakes his head in disbelief.

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"The so-called treaty is a product of the Cold War era, which should not be used to endorse Japan's illegal claims, and must not violate China's territorial integrity and relevant rights," Hua said

Treaties that are "products of the Cold War era" should not be used, but claims based on dubious paperwork such as ship's logbooks, are perfectly ok to say something has been part of China since ancient times. ummm ... right.

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