China to PHL: Don't worsen tension by setting up school on disputed island

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  1. fzaq

    fzaq Regular Member

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    now commie ass -----s wants us to deprive our children of education just like their commie ass ally nokor.

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    China on Monday exhorted the Philippines not to exacerbate the situation in the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea) by setting up a kindergarten school on one of the Spratly Islands.

    According to a report on the Chinese government's web portal, Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei reiterated that China has "indisputable sovereignty" over the Nansha Islands and its adjacent waters.

    "The country opposes any illegal activity that may infringe on China's sovereignty," Hong was quoted as saying.

    Hong said the Philippines had set up a kindergarten school on Pag-asa Island, called Zhongye Island by China.

    Hong also said he hopes that the countries involved in the territorial dispute in the South China Sea would abide by the spirit of the Declaration on the Conduct of Parties.

    Pag-asa is part of the Spratly Islands, which is being claimed by the Philippines, China, Malaysia, Vietnam, Taiwan and Brunei.

    Aside from the Spratly Islands, the Philippines and China have been locked in a standoff since April off Panatag Shoal.

    The standoff began when Philippine forces spotted Chinese fishermen gathering marine species from the area but were blocked by Chinese ships when they tried to make arrests.

    Hong said tensions around the island are easing and Chinese government ships maintain "jurisdiction and vigilance" over the areas around Huangyan Island, which the Philippines refers to as Panatag (Scarborough) Shoal. - VVP, GMA News

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    China to PHL: Don't worsen tension by setting up school on disputed island | GMA News Online | The Go-To Site for Filipinos Everywhere
     
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  3. kickok1975

    kickok1975 Stars and Ambassadors Stars and Ambassadors

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    Ass this, ass that. Please watch your language and follow the forum rule.
     
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  4. Ray

    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    I don't think setting up a school would jeopardise a territorial claim.

    What is the stand of the other contesting countries on this issue?
     
  5. Zero_Wing

    Zero_Wing Regular Member

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    Ha like we should follow the stupid chinese government its not our government they just follow international law arrogant people the chinese are
     
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    A trick with no dignity to bring babies into trouble.
    If Aquino III insists, Chinese people are glad to adopt them and present them a better future.
     
  7. s002wjh

    s002wjh Senior Member Senior Member

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    so PH put a bunch children in a potential flash point area as human shield now?? is this force china to attack, so when they do PH has the excuse to say they bomb our school etc

    seriouslly there shouldn't be any civilians in the disputed area till the dispute is solved.
     
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  8. techsupport

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    There are families living there for almost 4 decades. Our country doesnt have the One Child Policy or No Child Policy that your communist government imposed. They are FREE to take a sh1t anytime without asking for permission from the government thus they can multiply however they want as well. That's freedom for you.

    And why worry about the safety of those kids? Our country is a peace loving nation. We even dont have a decent outside defense force because we dont have quarrels with other nations. We dont take what is not ours sans logical reasons. We dont go around telling neighboring countries that they cannot send their kids to school because of a possible war. We will not go to war. We cant. We dont have any means. If ever war happens, those m0r0ns crying about kids on the disputed islands started the war. Submit to the proper forum. There you can bet your a$$ China will be kicked around.
     
  9. Armand2REP

    Armand2REP CHINI EXPERT Veteran Member

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    The school only has 5 kindergarten students. It is more like a daycare. :lol:
     
  10. fzaq

    fzaq Regular Member

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    and make a slave out of them?
    no da*n way


    Beijing (AsiaNews/Agencies) – A small quilt factory in Shaanxi's Qishan county was caught using underage workers who were
    forced to work 12 hours a day only for food, this despite government threats to prosecute those who use child labour. Too often factory owners and managers feel protected by local authorities.
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    CHINA The everyday scandal of child workers - Asia News
     
  11. Ray

    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    Fast-Growing China Says Little of Child Slavery’s Role

    SHANGHAI, June 20 — There is a certain ritualistic aspect to stories in China like the one this past week about the hundreds of people, many of them teenagers or even younger, who were forced to work under slavelike conditions in the brick kilns of Shanxi Province. First, Chinese readers are horrified by a picture of their country that many say they hardly recognize, then a villain is rounded up, and finally, after a torrent of unusually blunt and emotionally charged news reports and editorials, the matter drops from view, ensuring that the larger issue goes unresolved.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2007/06/21/world/asia/21china.html?pagewanted=all


    China shocked by footage of child slaves being beaten and whipped

    It has made for horrifying viewing on Chinese state television - hundreds of child slaves beaten with shovels, whipped by thug overseers, guarded in concentration camp-like conditions by vicious dogs, sores festering on their bodies as they toiled without end in a brick factory in China's dusty heartland.

    The TV footage shows hollow-eyed teenage boys, many of them kidnapped from their homes around China, sleeping on beds of brick in hellish dormitories, the doors tied shut with wire and the windows barred.

    As evidence of official neglect accumulated, the fate of the children prompted President Hu Jintao to demand an investigation into what happened in the brick kilns of Shanxi province.
    China shocked by footage of child slaves being beaten and whipped - Asia - World - The Independent



    Chinese children sold "like cabbages" into slavery

    Thousands of children in southwest China have been sold into slavery like "cabbages", to work as labourers in more prosperous areas such as the booming southern province of Guangdong, a newspaper said on Tuesday.

    China announced a nationwide crackdown on slavery and child labor last year after reports that hundreds of poor farmers, children and mentally disabled were forced to work in kilns and mines in Shanxi province and neighboring Henan.

    "The bustling child labor market (in Sichuan province) was set up by the local chief foreman and his gang of 18 minor foremen, who each manage 50 to 100 child labourers," the Southern Metropolis Newspaper said.

    "The children generally fall between the ages of 13 and 15, but many look under 10," it added.

    The newspaper said 76 children from the same county, Liangshan, had been missing since the Chinese Lunar Year festival in February, 42 of whom had already left the region to work.

    "The youngest kids found in the child labor market were only seven and nine years old," it said.

    According to a contract exposed by an undercover reporter, a child laborer is paid 3.5 yuan ($0.50) an hour and must work at least 300 hours a month.
    Chinese children sold like cabbages into slavery | Reuters
     
  12. Ray

    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    My above post will indicate that China and even President Hu Jintao is aware of it and wants to stop it.

    However, one cannot do so, because Chinese are rather money fixated!
     
  13. sayareakd

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    when it is claimed by other country then how come it can be indisputable sovereignty. :rofl:
     
  14. s002wjh

    s002wjh Senior Member Senior Member

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    ahh if the place already occupied for decades then it make sense. i thought the island was uninhabit, and suddently they want build a school there. again i 'm an american, and i don't really care about SCS, so stop saying i live in china.
     
  15. Zero_Wing

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    If don't care way are commenting here anyway?
     

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