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I wish Madame Tham is OK (Malaysia Airlines says it lost ...

Have you ever read -> The deadliest killed 202 people (including 164 international tourists) in the Bali resort town of Kuta in 2002 R they Filippinos/Muslim ? Do you know the bigot islam population county is ? but also for Terrorists sanctuary Answer: Indonesia, not Arab nor Iran etc ..... I also read something saying the crash of this is the result from China Uigur Link: ews/gb/intl/2014/0 3/201403091656.sht ml#.Ux0vID9dXnh  (Mar 9, 2014 | post #3)


I wish Madame Tham is OK (Malaysia Airlines says it lost ...

Sad news Let me have a 2 cents thought, that can be Terrorist ? of what ever ? No distress signal, and it just disappeared ? Or Red China shoot it down for flame to other ASEAN nations ? Commies are hard to figure out Right/Wrong I am a prayer for those Passengers. Because I do not want it happens to me Regards.  (Mar 9, 2014 | post #1)


Why Red China Leaders are so Dirt Cheap in Politics towar...

FWD: http://abcnews.go. com/International/ wireStory/manila-c hina-set-impossibl e-conditions-visit -20133437 Manila: China Set Impossible Conditions for Visit MANILA, Philippines September 2, 2013 (AP) By JIM GOMEZ Associated Press Associated Press Philippine President Benigno Aquino III canceled a trip to a Chinese trade fair after Beijing demanded that he first withdraw a legal complaint over disputed territories in the South China Sea, Filipino officials said Monday. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and two other diplomats relayed conditions for Aquino to attend the annual China-ASEAN Expo, which opens Tuesday in the southern city of Nanning, Department of Foreign Affairs spokesman Raul Hernandez told a news conference. Hernandez declined to detail the conditions, but said these were "absolutely inimical to our national interest." The Chinese side asked that the conditions not be publicly disclosed, he said. They were discussed by Wang and Philippine Foreign Secretary Albert del Rosario in Beijing on Wednesday. Because of the conditions, Aquino decided to call off his publicly announced trip to the trade fair, Hernandez said, adding the Philippines will instead send a delegation headed by its trade secretary. "The president stood firm in the defense of the country's national interest," Hernandez said. Two Philippine officials told The Associated Press that China wanted Manila to withdraw a U.N. arbitration case over disputed islands in the South China Sea. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to reporters. Chinese officials have also cited a new standoff between China and the Philippines over the Second Thomas Shoal, which is called Ayungin Shoal by Filipinos and Ren'ai Reef by the Chinese, the Philippine officials said. China has asked Manila to remove a navy ship that ran aground on the shoal years ago, but the Philippine officials said the area was well within their territorial waters. China was concerned that allowing Aquino to visit after the Philippines brought its territorial disputes to U.N. arbitration in January — which Beijing calls an "unfriendly act" — may not be welcomed by the Chinese public and media, the officials said. Asked to comment Monday, Chinese Embassy spokesman Zhang Hua did not react to their statements, but urged the Philippines to work with China "to overcome difficulties and disturbances and make real efforts to get the China-Philippine relationship" back on track. He said China welcomes Southeast Asian delegations, including from the Philippines, to the trade expo. The Philippines is this year's "country of honor" at the trade fair, which takes place in China every year to highlight trade exchanges between Beijing and the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations. The prime ministers of China allies Cambodia and Laos, along with those of Thailand and Vietnam have confirmed their attendance to the trade expo, which was first held in 2004 to promote the China-ASEAN free-trade area. Myanmar, another China ally, will send its vice president, Philippine officials said. The Philippines and China have been embroiled in increasingly antagonistic territorial disputes. Last year, China seized a shoal near the northwestern coast of the Philippines, and this year it demanded that the Philippine navy withdraw from Second Thomas Shoal farther south. The Philippines incensed China in January by challenging Beijing's massive territorial claims in the strategic South China Sea before a U.N. arbitration tribunal, which has convened to look into Manila's complaint despite China's stance to ignore the move. China claims virtually the entire South China Sea and its island groups on historical grounds. The Philippines, Vietnam, Brunei, Malaysia and Taiwan have rejected that, sparking fears the disputes might spark Asia's next major armed conflict. ——— Associated Press writer Hrvoje Hranjski contributed to this report.  (Sep 2, 2013 | post #1)


CHINA organ traffickers - - ‘Why is it dark?’ asks blinde...

FWD: why-is-it-dark-ask s-blinded-chinese- boy ‘Why is it dark?’ asks blinded Chinese boy Agence France-Presse Wednesday, August 28th, 2013 Guo Bin recuperates near his mother from an attack in the rural area of Linfen city that left him blind in a hospital in Taiyuan in northwest China’s Shanxi province on Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2013. A woman tricked the 6-year-old boy into going into a field, and then gouged out his eyes, police said Wednesday. (AP Photo) 013/08/China-Boy-E yes-Remove_Inte-60 0x450.jpg BEIJING — A six-year-old Chinese boy who had his eyes gouged out does not know he has been blinded and asks his family why the sun has yet to rise, state media reported Wednesday. The boy, surnamed Guo, was found covered in blood in the northern province of Shanxi after he went missing while playing outside, Chinese media reported previously. His eyes, gouged out by an attacker, were recovered nearby, a police officer in Fenxi county who declined to be named told AFP. The boy was being treated at an eye hospital and was not yet aware that he would be left blind for life, the Beijing Youth Daily said. “He asks why the sky is always dark… and why the dawn still hasn’t come,” it quoted an uncle of the boy as saying. “We could only tell him that his eyes had some injury and have to be bandaged. (We tell him that) They will be fine after the bandage is removed. “It is such a difficult question to explain to him. It is the most heartbreaking thing,” he said. Earlier Chinese media reports said the boy’s corneas were missing, leading to speculation that the attacker was an organ trafficker. But police said Wednesday that the corneas had been found attached to the eyeballs and ruled out organ sales as a motive, although they were unable to provide an alternative explanation. “We are still working on it so we cannot offer any comment or make any assumption on the motives,” the Fenxi officer said. Police offered a 100,000 yuan ($16,000) reward for information leading to the arrest of the sole suspect, whom they said was a woman. Doctors plan to implant artificial eyeballs in the boy’s eye sockets after his inflammation subsides so that people will not be scared by his appearance in the future, the uncle said according to the report. Read more: why-is-it-dark-ask s-blinded-chinese- boy#ixzz2dKlz1A3h Follow us: @inquirerdotnet on Twitter | inquirerdotnet on Facebook  (Aug 28, 2013 | post #1)


Remember bogus U.S. excuses for Iraq war before attacking...

The Iraq WMD was an accusation to search/destroy from Bush This Syria had been used Sarin/Poison Gas as its stockpile from the Govt can kill the whole region includes Iran Jordan Israel Egypt etc I believe the US and its Allies will send Bashar Assad to visit Muammar Gaddafi soon. Bashar Assad's wife plans to leave Syria for her safety and leave her three kids home with Bashar Assad Enough is enough. Do not play with Fire.  (Aug 28, 2013 | post #15)


China will suicide if there is a war

" China will suicide if there is a war " Big joke.  (Aug 25, 2013 | post #4)


China produces world's heaviest freight train

He/She meant you R an Idiot Chinese  (Aug 25, 2013 | post #120)


1904 China map admits Paracel, Spratly not Chinese territ...

"Approximate territories occupied by different dynasties as well as modern political states throughout the history of China" http://en.wikipedi _of_China  (Aug 24, 2013 | post #25)


We china control world economies

Why all Red Chinese love to run way from China if possible ? LMAO  (Aug 22, 2013 | post #2)


Chinese women choosing to be single

These days 21 Century, women in every countries want to be free and on their own choices But remember they still have a chance to have their own kids. Men can not do that. All depend on that country culture. Amazing and I agree with them. Be yourself.  (Aug 22, 2013 | post #40)


Too slowly access to this web site. How is your speed?

That is way too slow but all depend on the machine and ISP or traffic Sometimes the ISP even in USA is so slow because technical difficulties  (Aug 22, 2013 | post #24)


China's College Grads Face A New Reality: Fewer Jobs

All of the Communist Countries had claimed right at the beginning as "Communist Paradise" or "Communist Socialist Heaven on Earth", that triggers the USSR tries to built a giant skyscraper but failed and all of the Commie Countries are nearly in starvation after more than 60 years of Red Revolution to beat the Capitalist. In America, the beggars or Panhandlers are richer with freedom than to live in Red Heaven on Earth. Freedom Land that draws the whole world to jump in, it is the United States of America Now Red Chinese Pregnant women want to travel to USA for her new born birth certificate.  (Aug 22, 2013 | post #3)


Vietnam, China complete another joint sea patrol

HoChiMinh is a kind or Ea t S hi t Revolution for Vietnam and so were Kim Il-sung for N-Korea, Stalin/USSR, MaoCowDung/CHina, Fidel Castro/Cuba Where the happiness is for them ? Lack of foods, can not speak up, etc ....... LMAO  (Aug 20, 2013 | post #51)

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