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An unjust ruling in the South China Sea [Copy link] 中文

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emanreus Post time: 2016-7-22 14:53
Five Taiwanese  fishing boats are on the way to Taiping Island, the largest naturally occurring is ...

Well Senny,
what do ya figure?

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emanreus Post time: 2016-7-22 14:53
Five Taiwanese  fishing boats are on the way to Taiping Island, the largest naturally occurring is ...

Well Senny,
what do ya figure?

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seneca Post time: 2016-7-22 19:50
The "yanbks" are not going to sink the Taiwanese "fishing" boats, don't you worry. I think Taiping ...

That's well understood.

Their fighting arm the Philippines you must worry about.

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Post time 2016-7-22 20:22:35 |Display all floors
While Beijing, Taiwan and some dozen or so other countries may ignore the ruling, now is the time for the international community to ignore the nine-dash line.

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seneca Post time: 2016-7-22 20:27
I figure that the title of this thread is somewhat wrong:

It should be "A Just Ruling Over the so ...

But the Taiwanese are the rightful owners of Taiping Island.

The Chinese say so themselves.
What are you on about.

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