BBC says China is the "world's oldest continuous civilization" at 5,000-years-old

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Since China is the "world's oldest continuous civilization," it means that every historic Chinese discovery and claim of land is still in force. This means Huangyan Island (aka Scarborough Shoal) has belonged to China since the year 1279 (after it was surveyed by Chinese scientist/astronomer Guo Shijing) during the Yuan Dynasty. Also, the Diaoyu Islands (aka Senkaku Islands) have belonged to China since the year 1403 during the Ming Dynasty.

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Who the hell is BBC to decide who is oldest. We don't need their authentication on this. They can keep their so called absurdness with themselves Bloody thieves
 

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Who the hell is BBC to decide who is oldest. We don't need their authentication on this. They can keep their so called absurdness with themselves Bloody thieves
In 2004 Chinese GDP was 1.9 Trillion GDP , similar to ours at this point in time. My guess is british were baiting the Chinese to get into their good books, because chinese economy started to peak around that period. We all know how the chinese love their Middle-Earth civilisation fables......

If india shows double digit growth in the next two years, BBC will start printing positive news about india too.......
 
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BBC and guardian have a policy of kissing terrorists ass and now
They are kissing commie ass. Good show wankers at BBC.
 

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