East China Sea Belonged to Whom?

Created by Snowflake on Aug 31, 2013

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Snowflake

San Francisco, CA

#110 Sep 9, 2013
I still think that China should control the East China Sea because it is the right thing based on facts.
AAA

Antrim, UK

#111 Sep 9, 2013
Snowflake wrote:
Japan controls the main Island, Okinawa, and that has helped the USA immensely. W/o Japan we would have a hard time containing China. In Okinawa, we have ships, planes, missile and nuclear warheads. This frightens China from doing anything too irrational. Japan as of now controls the whole Senkaku Island chain which was rightfully given to Japan by the USA.
Eh...you mean Kingdom of Ryuku. Historically it should be an independent state, just due to some fcukup after WWII.

Since: Nov 10

Zhengzhou, China

#112 Sep 9, 2013
nuclear weapon is only a show displayed in a commodities window, or it only can be used in self-defence.
It seems no use in practice warfare.

you may deduce it from Korea war, Vietnam war and so on...

jap now is only acted as cannon fodder.
if jap is really brave nation, it should make a claim on the northern 4 islands.
and try to get back them from Russian.

can they?

Since: Nov 10

Xuchang, China

#113 Sep 9, 2013
Snowflake wrote:
I still think that China should control the East China Sea because it is the right thing based on facts.
in fact, China still control the east china sea.
Snowflake

San Francisco, CA

#114 Sep 9, 2013
Are you sure New China, Japan controls the Senkaku Island chain thereby they controlled the East China Sea.

Since: Nov 10

Zhengzhou, China

#115 Sep 10, 2013
I wonder what you were saying?
I was told east China sea is still under chinese control.
Snowflake

San Francisco, CA

#116 Sep 10, 2013
Are you sure New China? Japan controls the Senkaku Island Chain thereby it controls the East China. Those islands are the gateway and the lifeblood to the ECS.

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#117 Sep 10, 2013
AAA wrote:
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They were indigenous people in Japan, mostly originating in hokkaido, but are well mixed with the Chinese now.
The Emperor of Japan is said to be the descendent of Chinese named Xu Fu who brought civilization to Japan some 5000 years ago
Indian

San Francisco, CA

#118 Sep 10, 2013
5000 yrs ago there was no China.

Since: Nov 10

Xuchang, China

#119 Sep 11, 2013
right, 5000 years ago, there was no words of China, But had this nation in the district.

there had been "zhong guo" before 3000 years.
the words of China occured for only hundreds years.

so did Kidaii.

Since: Nov 10

Zhengzhou, China

#120 Sep 11, 2013
2200years ago.

Since: Nov 10

Zhengzhou, China

#121 Sep 11, 2013
Snowflake wrote:
Are you sure New China? Japan controls the Senkaku Island Chain thereby it controls the East China. Those islands are the gateway and the lifeblood to the ECS.
eh? keep doubting on what are you saying?

hm, sure, Im sure that everyday China is New, so is everyear.
New China is not Old China. quite different.
Ainu

Tokyo, Japan

#122 Sep 11, 2013
New China wrote:
nuclear weapon is only a show displayed in a commodities window, or it only can be used in self-defence.
It seems no use in practice warfare.
you may deduce it from Korea war, Vietnam war and so on...
jap now is only acted as cannon fodder.
if jap is really brave nation, it should make a claim on the northern 4 islands.
and try to get back them from Russian.
can they?
This is none of business, southern chinese. Kuril is a matter between Ainu Japanese and Russian. You don't know anything about Russo-Japanese history. Shut up, you asian.
Ainu japanese evil

Central District, Hong Kong

#123 Sep 11, 2013
Ainu wrote:
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This is none of business, southern chinese. Kuril is a matter between Ainu Japanese and Russian. You don't know anything about Russo-Japanese history. Shut up, you asian.
you Ainu japs shut up, Russian own kuril island, Korean own Kyushu......so what.?????.... China own Diaoyu (senkaku)

you need someone to feed your mouth with chemical liquid before you can talk.... let your ancestor 731 unit do it....

and you can not answer me.... burn your yasukuni shrine..

Since: Nov 10

Zhengzhou, China

#125 Sep 11, 2013
Ainu wrote:
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This is none of business, southern chinese. Kuril is a matter between Ainu Japanese and Russian. You don't know anything about Russo-Japanese history. Shut up, you asian.
well, this is my business, it is not of your business.:)) because you know nothing. Open up your mouth. eat yourself.
the 5island chain are really matters. Japan want to get them, but russian say no. jp has nothing to do about it.
in wwII, jap want to make friend with russia, but they were duped at critical moment. russian deserted you. and got the island chain.
your fake jap.
Ainu

Tokyo, Japan

#126 Sep 11, 2013
Just ching, chong, chang...little dogs are really noisy. But Japanese NEVER care because you just fall down to the same 3rd world. Talk is easy. Just do it. Japan is busy with an action, but china is busy with an excuse LOL

Since: Nov 10

Xuchang, China

#127 Sep 11, 2013
hm, I intend to read your idea on the r-j relationship.

you must say it was just your jp send the island to russia for friendship.
to help poor russia with solving their black breads issues.
AAA

Ringmer, UK

#128 Sep 11, 2013
dzhou wrote:
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The Emperor of Japan is said to be the descendent of Chinese named Xu Fu who brought civilization to Japan some 5000 years ago
Yeah, before Xu Fu of Qin Dynasty arrived in Japan, there were already native tribes with not much culture and algriture knowhow. They were mostly hunters with no knowledge of farming. It is unclear how they disappeared or simply merged into the Xu Fu's people. The development of ancient Japanese society, and advance in agriculture, medicine and textile (silk) can be attributed to Xu Fu and his followers.

Since: Nov 10

Zhengzhou, China

#129 Sep 11, 2013
AAA wrote:
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Yeah, before Xu Fu of Qin Dynasty arrived in Japan, there were already native tribes with not much culture and algriture knowhow. They were mostly hunters with no knowledge of farming. It is unclear how they disappeared or simply merged into the Xu Fu's people. The development of ancient Japanese society, and advance in agriculture, medicine and textile (silk) can be attributed to Xu Fu and his followers.
not exactly. yu are making a mistake as same as that guy.
the development of ancient jp society should start with Tang dynasty periodic exchange.

xufu is only a legend. of cause it might have been really taken place.

it was no other than tang dynasty when japanese sent lots of students and similar people to China for studying sorts of tech and skills.
this was largely promoting japan's development. from written words, literature, painting and agreculture and constructures, all was from China.
to date you can see many such bulding and cultures in Japanese.

Since: Nov 10

Zhengzhou, China

#130 Sep 11, 2013
ainu out there is only a stupid dog. it can only bark without any mind.

he must be only a small staff of certain web site without english kowledge.
Im afraid he may be only graduted from some high school.

worst education in jap. disgraced out there.
he is humliating himself and jap ,too.

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