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Why China is the only country that counts when it comes to sanctions against NK [Copy link] 中文

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Originally posted by Eagleclaw1 at 2009-5-29 12:31


The son is just trained how to work..........

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While we are talking about a potential 'hot spot' on the Korean peninsula, former president Roh was laid to rest with huge crowds participating in the funeral service in his home town as well as in Seoul.

Reporters asked people whether they are afraid of the North and most of them said "NO". They expressed their concern about the present SK government and considered the Lee administration a bigger threat to their day to day life than the North. Something to reflect on, for sure.

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Post time 2009-5-29 17:48:41 |Display all floors
Originally posted by seneca at 2009-5-29 17:45
At least this time China finds itself in a very uncomfortable situation - much like Japan, S Korea and others.

Finally they learn to see things the way the rest of the world has been seeing them ...


This is your true feelings toward the country that tolerate you to stay here?

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Originally posted by huang262 at 2009-5-29 18:56
Why did SK abandon the Sunshine policy?



Change of government. The GNP (Grand National Party), political home of many early RoK presidents, rules the South.

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