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Post time 2010-4-9 18:02:23 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Wahahaha at 2010-4-9 17:51
you have NOT proved ccriminal wrongdoing.



so Wahaha, where are you from?

Your English is to good for somebody who never left China. So you are either:

1.An overseas Chinese
or
2. A mainlander educated overseas.

So what is it? Fake Chinese...

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Post time 2010-4-9 18:09:01 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Wahahaha at 2010-4-9 18:05
I am no fake, rice-gorging  if that's what you want to know.



anyway...you are just another one in the long row of Chinese living outside China and being patriotic bout their "motherland". Strange...the only thick patriots here are either from HK, Xinjiapo,US,Australia........where are the "real" mainlanders?!

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Post time 2010-4-9 18:24:52 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Wahahaha at 2010-4-9 17:51
you have NOT proved ccriminal wrongdoing, dog.


Sailing in protected waters - protected in case of danger to the environment no less- & away from recognized shipping lanes is indeed criminal.

From today's media in Australia:

"THE Australian Federal Police have been called in to investigate the running aground of the Chinese coal carrier Shen Neng 1 on the Great Barrier Reef.
Legal experts expect the AFP to investigate allegations of incompetence and illegal zoning under federal Acts....

...The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority referred the case to the AFP, which can fine and even ask a federal court to jail the ship's captain, Wang Jichang."

I mean the gap between the island and the shoal the ship ran aground on was 12 miles wide. If you can't navigate a ship through a 12 mile wide channel, I think that should qualify as incompetence.  Indeed:

"AMSA (Australian Maritime Safety Authority) criticized the Shen Neng 1 crew, saying any "competent and alert" watch-keeping officer should be capable of navigating the waters, even those of the short-cut.

In a statement, AMSA said there was "sufficient sea room to manoeuvre the ship to avoid collision, water depths of approximately 40m and navigational aides to assist in position fixing"."

It is possible that this will all be resolved quietly and diplomatically in the normal manner with the Chinese company paying compensation under the table.

No wait... isn't that what the Rio boys were accused of doing?

Better not resort to grey money payments then.  It might cause a bigger dispute!

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Post time 2010-4-9 18:35:07 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Wahahaha at 2010-4-9 18:59
Afterall, it WAS an accident and the poor guy has apologized, no?  


Oh yes and what happens when China is hurt by someone else's accident ?
"他不是救星, 他是一个非常淘气男孩" - Monty Python

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