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There are 5 comments on the NEWS.com.au story from Sep 7, 2012, titled China Digest. In it, NEWS.com.au reports that:

Authorities arrested 83 people on suspicion that they hoarded queue tickets for two popular public hospitals in Dongcheng district and illegally sold them to patients desperate for a spot in line, the Beijing Morning Post reports.

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Ill stupid

Thailand

#1 Sep 8, 2012
According to the China's State Oceanic Administration, the Huangyan Island, the Diaoyu Islands and the Xisha Islands have been included into national waters dynamic monitoring and surveillance system. This is a great process since coastal monitoring and surveillance have been made regularly.
The national waters dynamic monitoring and surveillance system is a network designed to protect China's maritime rights and oceanic security. With the help of satellite remote sensing, aerial remote sensing, field monitoring and remote video monitoring, the system could provide dynamic 3-D monitoring to the government and oceanic administration for decision making.
chinabow2japs

Taipei, Taiwan

#2 Sep 8, 2012
Ill stupid wrote:
According to the China's State Oceanic Administration, the Huangyan Island, the Diaoyu Islands and the Xisha Islands have been included into national waters dynamic monitoring and surveillance system. This is a great process since coastal monitoring and surveillance have been made regularly.
The national waters dynamic monitoring and surveillance system is a network designed to protect China's maritime rights and oceanic security. With the help of satellite remote sensing, aerial remote sensing, field monitoring and remote video monitoring, the system could provide dynamic 3-D monitoring to the government and oceanic administration for decision making.


surveillance useless in diauyu!!!!!
maybe use monitoring like ... see japan navy pla navy flee!!! rofl!
DARLIE TOOTHPASTE

Brooklyn, NY

#3 Sep 8, 2012
English, please.

A-HAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAA!
english chay

Taichung, Taiwan

#4 Sep 10, 2012
yo!! obvious prc kneel in front of japan!
Ping

Bangkok, Thailand

#5 Sep 11, 2012
II Gao Hong, an expert on Japan studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, told Xinhua in an interview on Tuesday that China can use all necessary means to monitor the islands regularly, conduct patrols and offer protection to fishermen.
 
Some people also posted online a Japanese map drawn by the Japanese military in 1876 to prove that the Diaoyu Islands don't belong to Japan.

Late Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping in the 1970's and 1980's put forward the guideline for solving territorial issues with neighboring countries, which is "laying aside disputes and engaging in joint exploitation." Based on the guideline, China established diplomatic ties with Japan and other neighboring countries, and witnessed decades of sound bilateral relations.
    China sended ships to the disputed islands
The ships had reached waters near the islands - known as Senkaku in Japan and Diaoyu in China - to "assert the country's sovereignty"

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