Mackerel war between China and South Korea sees fisherman shot dead

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  1. Ray

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    It appears that China feels all the seas in the world is that of China.

    Even though the fishing grounds have been amicably divided and controlled by both China and South Korea, the Chinese dirty and pollute their side and then want to take over the South Korean side of the fishing grounds!

    That is real selfish and preposterous.

    China really cannot live in peace or honour their commitments.
     
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    Re: Mackerel war between China and South Korea sees fisherman shot dea

    Sad man, the fishermen don't have anything to do with Chinese factories polluting the water, they are just some poor fisherman trying to make a meager living and provide for their families. I'm sure frustrations run high, but it is sad when people die over problems that could have been easily avoided.
     
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    Re: Mackerel war between China and South Korea sees fisherman shot dea

    China will muddy their won waters and then demand that the clean water is theirs!

    What a mindset!
     
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    China in this case has not contest the territory unlike what you claim. As with fishing right, China and S Korea has already made arrangement in 2001. In this case, the fisherman may have violate the treaty by crossing the designated zone. However, the Chinese protest is based on the treatment of the fisherman instead of border issue.
     
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    Racist is not a personal attack. Your speech present yourself as racist in other thread.
     
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    Re: Mackerel war between China and South Korea sees fisherman shot dea

    It is not my fault that you have only a rudimentary knowledge and comprehension of the English language.
     
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    Re: Mackerel war between China and South Korea sees fisherman shot dea

    The Chinese are imperialistic hegemonists.

    All their action proves so.
     
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    Re: Mackerel war between China and South Korea sees fisherman shot dea

    Sad news and it is very dangerous for both countries.
     
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    Re: Mackerel war between China and South Korea sees fisherman shot dea

    as a matter of fact some incidents may involve trilateral interests. many fishing grounds r located in the disputed zone btwn N.Korea and S.Korea. The S.K.'s NLL (northern limit line) is almost along the coastline of the north whereas the North's line is certainly in their own favor. some Chinese trawlers pay for NK's permits and operate in the overlapping part. NK patrol ships offer protection for fishing of both NK and Chnese with permits.

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