Thais warned to avoid rallies in China

Thais warned to avoid rallies in China

There are 33 comments on the Bangkok Post story from Sep 19, 2012, titled Thais warned to avoid rallies in China. In it, Bangkok Post reports that:

Thai citizens in China are warned to stay away from the protest rallies sparked by a territorial dispute between Beijing and Tokyo, Foreign Affairs Minister Surapong Towichakchaiyakul said on Wednesday.

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Peace

Bangkok, Thailand

#1 Sep 19, 2012
Oversea Chinese investor committee to find a way to support boycotting Japan.
Protest orderly ,.We will successful.
  Our oversea Chineses in Thailand  , Singapore , 
 Indonesia, Bruni,Malaysia,Canada,australi a US, or even Philipines Will entirely support china.
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RayH

Shenzhen, China

#3 Sep 19, 2012
Peace wrote:
Oversea Chinese investor committee to find a way to support boycotting Japan.
Protest orderly ,.We will successful.
  Our oversea Chineses in Thailand  , Singapore , 
 Indonesia, Bruni,Malaysia,Canada,australi a US, or even Philipines Will entirely support china.
,
Sounds like Sayonara for Jap economy.
Peace

Bangkok, Thailand

#4 Sep 19, 2012
RayH wrote:
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Sounds like Sayonara for Jap economy.
It is seemingly that.
Peace

Bangkok, Thailand

#5 Sep 19, 2012
Set aside the dispute and come to make the planet lovely .Financial crisis of EU is huge.
Let some 1300 billions people to survive.
The rich GDP country should be broad mind.
She don't steal .It is hers.
Cooperation now is inevitable.
Peace

Thailand

#6 Sep 19, 2012
On Tuesday, air-raid sirens will be heard in a large
number of cities across the country, such as
Shenyang, Nanchang and Zhuhai, to remind people c
the day of national humiliation.
On September 18, 1931, Japanese troops blew up a
section of the railway under their control
Northeast China's Shenyang and 
annexation of Northeast China and eventual all-put war
in 1937.
Various memorial activities have been held in the da^
running up to the anniversary. In Shenyang, a
memorial museum saw nearly 10,000 visitors a day,
lsfjiobndf

Kowloon, Hong Kong

#7 Sep 19, 2012
kill ishihara shintaro, the japs right wing who want to buy Diaoyu island
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#8 Sep 20, 2012
lsfjiobndf wrote:
kill ishihara shintaro, the japs right wing who want to buy Diaoyu island
If it chokes on sushi, it's over.
boondock saint

Bangkok, Thailand

#9 Sep 20, 2012
Thailand is not going to stop ties with Japan because China has its panties in a bunch. HI-SO Thais love 'made in Japan'.
Thai Stock invester

Thailand

#14 Sep 20, 2012
Cancellaion the Symbol of purchasing Diaoyu Island and Set aside the Dispute Then come
To cooperate again is Win Win. The only way
To resolve.
The Crisis of EU is huge!!! A Long march Left.
To boondoc Sent

Thailand

#15 Sep 20, 2012
The Most Potential consumers are Not thai but Chinese .particularly the Factory own by Chinese
So they can purchase RAW Materials from China in replace.namely Chemicals Electronic Automobile. You don't think that Asian can the another Target Investment.
To boondoc Sent

Thailand

#16 Sep 21, 2012
The executives of Thai Government
Particulary almost Pm are Chinese.
The Catholic has nö influence to undermine the
Thai Politik and Economic as in Hongkong.
They are in the Side of ..........I don't know what they make a decision when the Saction
Is Coming.
Sagayashi

Bangkok, Thailand

#17 Sep 21, 2012
Anti-Japan protests begin to affect tourism
The recent rise in tensions between Japan and China over the disputed islands in the East China Sea has begun to affect Chinese travel to Japan.

The Beijing office of the Japan National Tourism Organization, or JNTO, asked more than 100 travel agencies in China how many cancellations they have received since anti-Japan protests began.

The survey showed that cancellations of group tours with around 30 members had sharply increased since last weekend. This is when Chinese protests against Japan's nationalization of the Senkaku Islands intensified across China.

The JNTO's Beijing and Shanghai offices found that more than 100 tours to Japan were cancelled on Tuesday when the largest number of anti-Japan protests occurred.

Chinese travel agencies were expecting many Chinese would want to visit Japan during an 8-day National Holiday starting September 30th. But they have received few additional reservations.

The head of the JNTO Beijing office says the cancellations are regrettable as Chinese tourism to Japan recovered sharply from a plunge following the earthquake and tsunami last year.

Japan Airlines has decided to cut the number of international flights between major cities such as Tokyo and Beijing.

The airline says reservations for about 12,000 seats on flights between the two countries from September through November had been cancelled by Thursday. The reservations were for group tours.
I can read

Edinburgh, UK

#18 Sep 21, 2012
I'm pretty sure the tourism to China has had a far larger hit.

After all, Japan is a civilised country while China has been full of rioters attacking foreigners for over a month now.
Chap lap kok

Thailand

#19 Sep 23, 2012
A long march sanction will help Chinese realize that how wealthy Japan comes from..
What is the danger of China comes from. Symbol of shameful buying Japanese
Products is swiftly created
Former

Mechanicsville, VA

#20 Sep 23, 2012
The dispute between these two countries are sad. I want them to get along for peace and prosperity.
Sino

Thailand

#21 Sep 24, 2012
Hongkong Show a vicious and Idiot Männer
Of . An Error of of mutate Gene.
Do you Know what ugly Männer you have made

Since: Aug 12

Tokyo, Japan

#22 Oct 7, 2012
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RayH

Shenzhen, China

#23 Oct 7, 2012
I can read wrote:
I'm pretty sure the tourism to China has had a far larger hit.
After all, Japan is a civilised country while China has been full of rioters attacking foreigners for over a month now.
Not really. Chinese tourists spends more in Japan, and now they're not going.
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#24 Oct 7, 2012
Chap lap kok wrote:
A long march sanction will help Chinese realize that how wealthy Japan comes from..
What is the danger of China comes from. Symbol of shameful buying Japanese
Products is swiftly created
Check out this year's list of countries with US$ Billionaires. China's No. 2, behind U.S., while Japs have dropped off the top 10 list.
I can read

Edinburgh, UK

#25 Oct 7, 2012
RayH wrote:
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Not really. Chinese tourists spends more in Japan, and now they're not going.
Wheras people from all over the world aren't going to China.

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