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Beijing has urged Manila to "walk out of its wrong path" after the top Philippine diplomat refused China's proposal to put aside the recent ruling in an arbitration case concerning the South China Sea.
Philippine Foreign Secretary Perfecto Yasay told Philippine television ABS-CBN on Tuesday that when he met with Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Mongolia last week, he declined China's proposal to reope ...

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Post time 2016-7-22 12:00:53 |Display all floors
China is the one walking on the wrong path.  China illegally build on Phillippine island 1500 miles away from china.  Chinese lost the Hague lawsuit by a large margin.  The judgement clearly stated china illegally build on Phillippine islands, illegally drill for oil, and illegally destroy hundreds of miles of coral reef.  China tried to get revenge on phillippines this week by dumping poison chemicals on phillippine islands and hundreds of thousands of dead fish washed on the beaches, 3 days ago.  China is a very disrespectful regime that is currently attacking smaller Asian nations.

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China is the one walking on the wrong path.  China illegally build on Phillippine island 1500 miles away from china.  Chinese lost the Hague lawsuit by a large margin.  The judgement clearly stated china illegally build on Phillippine islands, illegally drill for oil, and illegally destroy hundreds of miles of coral reef.  China tried to get revenge on phillippines this week by dumping poison chemicals on phillippine islands and hundreds of thousands of dead fish washed on the beaches, 3 days ago.  China is a very disrespectful regime that is currently attacking smaller Asian nations.

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