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1 Viết linh tinh on Fri Jun 24, 2011 1:37 pm

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chả có gì mà viết, haha có cuốn writing matters hay mà chưa đọc, giờ lôi ra coi

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2 Re: Viết linh tinh on Sun Jun 26, 2011 9:46 am

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bring an argument: với cớ
bring forward:dua ra, de ra
bring in: gây ra (equivalent to result in)
Bring him with you to see me: mang nó tới chỗ tôi
Bring tears to my eyes : Bài hát này làm tôi phát khóc

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3 Re: Viết linh tinh on Sun Jun 26, 2011 9:54 am

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hey guys, bring this forum to an end would be a nice idea. I always bring forwards this kind of proposal, but I never bring anyone down. Because that also brings an end to my relationships. Maybe, bring the admin to see the forum activities could help him to bring out more ideas of how it should help members of its to really really learn. To do that we should bring him to light, who he is, it's still a matter of time !

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4 Re: Viết linh tinh on Fri Jul 01, 2011 3:54 pm

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I'm really keen on maths and up on history

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5 Re: Viết linh tinh on Sat Jul 02, 2011 7:31 am

and even if it were so : nếu thế thì đã sao? mày định làm gì tao Evil or Very Mad

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6 Re: Viết linh tinh on Sun Jul 03, 2011 7:07 am

My wife claims she has a lot of resentment?
We are having some serious problems in our relationship because she claims she has a lot of resentment tour me, she claims I dint go to the family reunions, dint help her enough with our daughter and at this point she feels like she is guarded, she claims she is not seeing or talking to any one, she is just hurt and also say she is very sorry she never say anything earlier, at this point I cant even get close to her cause once again she claims she is very guarded and needs time, so here is my question, what can I do to make the situation better and help her out to relax for a little bit? how can I try to make her feel good and relax again, and mostly how can we work on taking that wall away between us?

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7 Re: Viết linh tinh on Sun Jul 03, 2011 7:16 am

letenglish.com

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8 Re: Viết linh tinh on Sun Jul 03, 2011 7:21 am

Tìm lại niềm đam mê với tiếng Anh.

Bài viết xin chia sẻ với các bạn một số kinh nghiệm để tìm thấy niềm ham mê với bộ môn này.

1. Tưởng tượng bạn trong tương lai

Hãy thử thả mình tưởng tượng nhé!

Bạn
đang ở trên một chuyến bay trở về nhà sau một chuyến du lịch dài ngày ở
nước ngoài, bên cạnh bạn là một người đang đọc một tờ báo Mỹ. Để rút
ngắn của chuyến bay, bạn đã làm quen và có một cuộc trò chuyện:


- The engines are awfully loud, aren't they? (Tiếng động cơ lớn quá nhỉ?)
-
Yeah. It looks like the airplane may break into pieces at any moment.
(Ừ. Cứ như là máy bay có thể bị vỡ thành từng mảnh bất cứ lúc nào ấy.)


Bạn sẽ cảm thấy thoải mái, dễ dàng với cuộc trò chuyện và dần dần thích thú với nó.

Trước khi máy bay hạ cánh một vài phút, người bạn mới quen mới thốt lên:
"You
speak just like an American. Your pronunciation, your grammar — it's
amazing!" (Bạn nói tiếng Anh như người Mỹ, phát âm, ngữ pháp của bạn -
thật là đáng ngạc nhiên!"). Một cách tự nhiên, bạn rời khỏi máy bay
trong trạng thái rất vui vẻ và dự báo hôm nay là một ngày tốt lành của
bạn.



thể một ngày nào đó, trong điệu nhạc du dương ngọt ngào của của một bài
hát tiếng Anh trong cuộc hẹn hò lãng mạn, Đột nhiên cô bạn gái hỏi:


- What's the song about? (Bài hát nội dung thế nào vậy anh?)
- It's about love, honey. (Nó nói về tình yêu em ạ)
- You're so smart. I wish I knew English like you do. (Anh giỏi thật đấy. Em ước gì mình cũng giỏi tiếng Anh như anh vậy).

Sự
tưởng tượng tưởng chừng như là viễn vông và không có giá trị nhưng thực
tế nó đã tạo cho người học một động lực vô cùng lớn để chạm tay mở cánh
cửa ngôn ngữ tiếng Anh.
2. Sử dụng tiếng Anh bất cứ khi nào bạn muốn Trong việc học tiếng Anh có một nguyên tắc nhỏ "The more you use English, the more you will want to learn it"
(Bạn càng sử dụng tiếng Anh nhiều thì bạn càng yêu thích nó). Trên thực
tế ngày nay tiếng Anh rất phổ biến, và nó chính là phương tiện giúp cho
bạn "thu lượm" tất cả mọi thứ để đặt vào trong long bàn tay bạn:


  • Ở hầu hết các trang Web:
    khoảng hơn một tỷ trang web được viết bằng tiếng Anh về nhiều lĩnh
    vực khác nhau! Thật là đáng ngạc nhiên khi chỉ với một ngôn ngữ mà
    bạn có thể tiếp cận được cả với một kho tàng kiến thức trên Internet.



  • Sách: Sách
    viết về bất cứ lĩnh vực nào. Đọc sách của các tác giả người Anh
    hoặc Mỹ và cả những quyển sách được chuyển thể từ ngôn ngữ khác
    sang tiếng Anh. Bất kể là bạn thích hay không, bạn có thể đọc nó
    bằng tiếng Anh!



  • Báo chí: Báo
    chí được viết dưới ngôn ngữ tiếng Anh có thể mua được ở bất cứ
    ngóc ngách nào trên thế giới. Bạn sẽ không phải mất nhiều thời gian
    quý báu của mình để tìm ra các đầu báo Time, Newsweek hay
    International Herald Tribune.



  • Khoa học: Tiếng
    Anh là chìa khóa để mở ra cả thế giới khoa học. Vào năm 1997, theo
    thống kê thì có khoảng 95% bài báo được viết bằng tiếng Anh. Tuy
    nhiên chỉ khoảng 50% trong số đó là của các nước nói tiếng Anh như
    Mỹ và Anh.



  • Những bản báo cáo thông tin: Theo
    dõi các kênh truyền hình quốc tế như CNN hay NBC là một cách hay,
    đây là những kênh truyền tải thông tin nhanh, chuyên nghiệp hơn
    những kênh địa phương và bạn có thể theo dõi chúng bất cứ nơi đâu trên
    thế giới.

Nếu
như tiếng Anh đem lại cho bạn những hiểu biết mới trong chương trình mà
bạn yêu thích, từ những cuốn phim đang nổi hay chỉ là những chiến thắng
nho nhỏ ở trò chơi trên mạng thì bạn sẽ nhận thấy rằng mình cần trang
bị nhiều kiến thức ngữ pháp, cấu trúc câu, từ vựng…hơn nữa. Niềm hứng
khởi học tiếng Anh sẽ lớn nhanh cùng với những việc mà bạn làm và nếu
như kết hợp với những phương pháp học tập hiệu quả thì khả năng tiếng
Anh của bạn sẽ tiến bộ nhanh hơn bạn tưởng.
3. Giao tiếp với mọi người bằng tiếng Anh Khi
bạn đang chán và mệt mỏi với một môn học không phải là sở trường và bạn
phải chuẩn bị cho bài kiểm tra ngày mai. Bạn có 2 hướng:

ü Bạn có thể than phiền với mọi người về những gì mà bạn phải chịu đựng.
ü Bạn sẽ nói với những người đó về những gì mà bạn đã học. Nếu
bạn chọn cách thứ nhất thì sẽ chẳng có gì cải thiện được cảm giác nhàm
chán của bạn cả. Nhưng mọi thứ sẽ thay đổi nếu bạn lựa chọn cách thứ 2,
những thảo luận về chủ đề này sẽ bắt đầu và cách nhìn nhận của bạn sẽ
chuyển sang một hướng khác.
Nếu
lúc đó không có ai ở gần bạn, bạn có thể trò chuyện và bắt đầu việc học
bằng cách gọi điện, gửi thư điện tử, gửi tin nhắn cho bạn bè. Có thể
những người mà bạn liên lạc chẳng có một chút hào hứng nào cả nhưng điều
quan trọng là bạn tự tìm cho mình thêm một chút đam mê, và hứng thú cho
việc học.
4. Hãy nhớ rằng có rất nhiều điều mà bạn chưa biết Việc
bạn có thể dùng và nắm vững một chút tiếng Anh thực sự là một thành
công lớn! Thế nhưng đây là thời điểm để bạn cố gắng đạt nhiều thành công
hơn nữa và tìm cho mình những phương pháp thật sự hiệu quả. Đừng
bao giờ tự cho rằng trình độ tiếng Anh của mình đã hoàn hảo. Thậm chí
ngay cả khi bạn là sinh viên xuất sắc trong lớp học, hãy luôn cố gắng
tìm tòi điểm yếu của mình và khắc phục chúng. Khi mà bạn đã nói được
tiếng Anh trôi chảy, những vấn đề của bạn sẽ trở nên rất nhỏ bé: dấu
chấm câu, những cấu trúc ngữ pháp ít được sử dụng, những từ khó, những
từ long, từ thông tục (street language). Ngay bây giờ, những vấn đề của
bạn lại trở nên cơ bản hơn: những lỗi sai trong phát âm, từ vựng, vấn đề
ngữ pháp với thì hiện tài hoàn thành và các cấu trúc câu điều kiện.

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9 Re: Viết linh tinh on Mon Jul 04, 2011 5:18 pm

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Van Xiem


July 4, 2011 at 12:01 am
With the recent territory, China can’t develop more if it does’t break down the world.
It is the only way for China to exist. The rest of the world must remember this.


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James


July 3, 2011 at 2:41 pm
The West must demonize China so as to
justify their never ending aggression and increase funding for weapons
of mass destruction. War us good business and the biggest warmongers out
there is the West and their Industrial Military Complex. Without the
constant exporting of war and revolution, the Western nations would see
their economy collapse! Understand how things work now???


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Foreign Devil


July 2, 2011 at 1:42 pm
This article is absurd.
China’s arrogant irredentist claims are the REAL problem… that
combined with their completely arrogant posture on not settling this
issue multilaterally but trying to bilaterally coerce its neighbours
into giving ground… pathetic, just pathetic
China does NOT own that sea


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Zhou


July 2, 2011 at 8:24 pm
Foreign Devil, you are really a devil
saying the South China Seas dont belong to China- go and read history.
are you American? i can send you textbook if you want. People who dont
know history make comments, make effort before coming here


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  • Warmonger


    July 2, 2011 at 10:33 pm
    What do you call this ocean in your own
    language. Basicaly South Sea, as Vietnam call it Bien Dong as East Sea,
    similary in Philipine call it West Sea. The foreigner name it with some
    of base point in the Enlish language, it mean the The Sea in the
    Southern of China territory. Not to mention if you read your own history
    with your own language in your own ancient book your ancestor call it
    Giao Chi Duong mean the Sea of the Giao Chi, the ancestor of Vietnames.


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    • Biller


      July 4, 2011 at 6:56 am
      Warmonger is right. Some stupid people
      say that the sea with name “South China Sea” (which was in fact given by
      Europeans) must belong to China. What happens if India claims that the
      Indian ocean belong to India, or Vietnam claims that Tonkin gulf belongs
      to Tonkin (North Vietnam), etc. ?







  • a_canadian_observer


    July 2, 2011 at 10:59 pm
    @Frank: Can you point the bloggers here to a source of reputable history? Not the one fabricated by the chinese?


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  • Cyrus


    July 3, 2011 at 4:13 am
    If we say History then China should also
    give up territories not theirs historically then maybe SEA can also give
    them the South China Sea.
    Like give Dalai Lama his country back? Give Manchuria their country?
    Give the other kingdoms not occupied by HAN Chinese. If they would then
    we would not debate any further the South China Sea then.



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10 Re: Viết linh tinh on Mon Jul 04, 2011 5:22 pm

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  1. trung


    June 30, 2011 at 2:41 am
    China always considers ASEAN as a tool in
    the hands of the US. That is the reason why it does not want to expand
    this regional organization to ASEAN+6 with the inclusion of Australia,
    Japan and South Korea. From this perception, China does not want to see
    Southeast Asian nations as a building block for regional security. It
    adopts the divide-and-play policy to deal with these small-and
    medium-sized states. Look at how China insists on the way to settle the
    South China Sea disputes: bilateral negotiation and absence of the US
    involvement. An analogy between a pygmy and a giant. ASEAN should unify
    to deal with this bully. Divided we stand, divided we fall.


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    • ozivan


      July 2, 2011 at 5:52 pm
      @trung. Japan & China are already
      regional partners with ASEAN under Asean Regional Forum format (ARF).
      South Korea can’t be in Asean without North Korea in. Imagine the
      awkwardness if North Korea wants to join if Asean were to admit South
      Korea.
      Australia & NZ cannot fit into Asean because it has a
      judeo-christian society based on European roots. Besides, the Australian
      public do not deceive themselves that they can feel and be like an
      Asian.
      Asean themselves find it hard to bind well and may never achieve the
      same unity as the “United States of Europe” or more commonly known as
      the EU.
      Reason ?
      1. Malaysia, Indonesia & Brunei are muslims.
      2. Philippines is christian.
      3. Thailand, Myanmar & Cambodia are budhhists.
      4. Vietnam is communist and majority atheists, significant roman catholics and
      part ancestor worshippers
      5. While Vietnam, Malaysia, Philippines, Brunei, Indonesia have disputes with
      China over the South China Seas, they are also looking over their shoulders
      for any possible sellout by their Asean mates.
      5. Singapore is more Chinese with significant Indian.
      6. On economic policies, each Asean member keenly guard their economic interest
      very close to their chest in a “charity begins at home” kind of co-operation
      because their economies are more or less similar and hence competing with
      rather than complementing each other.
      They all don’t have the commonality of the European Union which is
      white skinned and of christian culture (Note: Turkey is in NATO not in
      the EU).
      Conclusion: ASEAN is structurally constructed on weak grounds since its
      inception.


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    • ozivan


      July 2, 2011 at 6:06 pm
      @trung. You said : Divided we stand, divided we fall.
      I say : Divided they stand, United they can’t.
      NATO (No Action Talk Only) they all can.


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    • Son Nguyen Ph.D.


      June 30, 2011 at 12:51 am
      Look like Mr. Moss did not do any respectable research while writing his blog.
      China as a nice guy in good behavior and no big power and expansion
      ambition ?. Please ask the ordinary Tibetans, the suffering North
      Koreans and Cambodian Khmer Rough’s victims.
      Thonly issue for China now is the Vietnamese. The Vietnamese can not be dominated like others !.


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      • John Chan


        June 30, 2011 at 3:07 am
        @Son Nguyen:
        Nobody wants to dominate Vietnam. China just wants Vietnam to be
        cooperative for the sake of piece and prosperity for the nations in SCS.
        Vietnam’s destructive behaviour needs to be modified one way or
        another. If you ever care the wellbeing of Vietnamese in Vietnam,
        Vietnamese bloggers’ belligerent posture is definitely putting them in
        harm’s way.
        Calling other nations derogative names is the first bad habit that needs to be changed.


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        • a_canadian_observer


          June 30, 2011 at 10:36 pm
          @John Chan: Let me analyze your name for a moment.
          I’m assuming that this John Chan is your real name (i.e., this is not a
          cloak). People with such name are almost certain to be from Hong Kong,
          of Cantonese ancestry, and you’re NOT of one Han descendents. People
          from Canton (Guangdong), Guangxi, Yunnan, Hainan… are not Han people.
          They used belong to the so-called hundreds Viet tribes, and the whole
          region has been known as Lingnan. This region was conquered, annexed to
          China and the people were assimilated by the Han Chinese around the Tang
          dynasty. So, John Chan, you are turning your back against your
          ancestors. This is not just a great sin, it is a shame when you side
          with the Han to go against your own Viet people.


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          • John Chan


            July 1, 2011 at 7:21 am
            @a_canadian_observer:
            How are you? I forgot to answer your same racist question last time.
            Last time you use a Vietnamese screen name, now you cloaked as a Canuck.
            It seems you have a dubious character that you even won’t stick to the
            same screen name.
            Chan is the English way of spelling Chinese surname, like Wong
            instead of Huang. All overseas Chinese in addition to HK use English way
            of spelling Chinese surname; there are tens of millions of them. On top
            of that majority of HK people actually are not local, they are from all
            over China and overseas to escape wars in China and imperialist
            suppression in SEA, etc.
            You raised a very good question, why should China let Vietnam
            separate so long that they became rebellious and forgot their ancient
            culture of peace and harmony? Instead of working to be reintegrated into
            China, Vietnamese are using French bad behaviour to pick fights with
            their own people, the Chinese, all the time.
            Mind you there are more than 150 different people, not tribes, in
            China, such as Tibetan, Mongol, Uygur, Manchu, Korean, Viet, etc. All of
            them are proud Chinese and they are all equal in China.
            Internet is a place to practice freedom of speech, bloggers came here
            to exchange ideas for the good of humanity, and nobody cares their
            background, because bloggers all should have noble character and ideal
            to seek advancing welfare for the mankind. Racist comments, which intend
            to incite racial hatred like yours will be frowned on, because this
            kind of behaviour and mindset are the worst expression of culture, this
            kind of people are considered garbage. The best way to clear this toxic
            element form society is to give them a brain slug treatment.
            So a_Canadian_observer, would you like to get help out of your racial hatred insanity?







          • a_canadian_observer


            July 2, 2011 at 1:39 am
            @John Chan: 1) I always use
            “a_canadian_observer”. There is no need to use a different one. If you
            dont believe it, it’s your problem.
            2) Chan is a Cantonese pronunciation. So, tell me, where did your
            ancestor come from? If they came from Quangdong, then you should be
            ashamed of yourself for siding with the Han and go against your own
            people. You ancestors must be very “proud” of you right now and are
            probably “jumping for joy” in their graves.
            3) You use the word racist but don’t really understand what it means.
            The people from Japan, Korea, Chona, Mongolia, Vietnam etc… all belong
            to the Mongloid race. Yes same race, just different people.











  • Fred List


    June 30, 2011 at 3:59 am
    True, true. No research whatsoever. I wonder who funds this organization?
    For a balanced view, the Asian Sentinel has an excellent article on this topic.


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  • Frank


    June 30, 2011 at 5:16 am
    Vietnamese had been dominated like others by French. Only with China’s help, Vietnamese can have their own country.


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  • Agent Orange


    June 30, 2011 at 12:19 pm
    Didn’t the French and then the Americans dominated and raped Vietnam for a while, though short??
    Vietnamese has short memory.
    As the saying goes, you can forgive but do not forget the legacy of
    Agent Orange and the millions who died, fighting the USA and not to
    mention, the millions of Vietnamese women forced to make a living in GI
    Joe brothels.


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    • Tippy Teng


      July 1, 2011 at 3:09 am
      Millions? Forced? Raped?
      You sound like mouth-piece propaganda more than anything else.
      Sorry, but trying to drive a wedge between Vietnamese and US sentiments
      is not going to work. Why? Because comparing to what Vietnamese had to
      put up with China in the past thousands of years, those time under
      France or US domination were actually minimal.
      You will find that most Vietnamese nowadays love America and even France, but when you ask them about China… Well…


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      • Thrang Minh


        July 1, 2011 at 1:51 pm
        Sound like a southerner left behind by the USA.
        Probably many alike who worked for the USA but could not escape in time.
        Not all are like you.











  • Paul Dinh


    June 30, 2011 at 12:50 am
    ASEAN has never been a relatively
    solidarity, well-connected organization (like NATO or The EU). It is
    made up of many countries that are so far apart in economic
    developments, ideologies, religious belief and political systems, …
    Every country has its own major problems.
    So what? The reality is CHINA has always been the only country that
    use force to kill, invade, occupy, threaten others on the South China
    sea. Isn’t that enough to be called a villain ?


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    • Frank


      June 30, 2011 at 5:15 am
      Vietnam also invaded Southern neighbors Kham or Cham states. Killed all Indians there. And occupied it as South Vietnam.
      The city of Hue was an Indian state.


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      • Paul Dinh


        July 1, 2011 at 8:56 am
        Your comment is like that of a child. And
        typical nationalist Chinese logic: total rubbish! Using facts happened
        5-6 centuries ago in history to justify current Chinese illegal actions
        is just completely invalid and ridiculous!
        If talking about war crimes of the past, China owes Vietnam trillions of trillions of your Renminbi in compensation !


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    • Ben Beo


      June 30, 2011 at 12:49 am
      The author is not correct when saying
      “…each member would resolve its problems with China bilaterally (as
      Vietnam and China now seem inclined to do)…”. I doubt the author has
      enough of knowledge or follows the media in the region.
      Vietnam’s policy is very clear on two disputed area in South China
      Sea. Paracels where only China and Vietnam has claim is the bilateral
      issue. But Spratlys where additional other countries like Philippines,
      Brunei, Taiwan, and Malaysia have claims as well is the multilateral
      issue and Vietnam is welcoming a multilateral approach to solve the
      Spratlys issue.


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      • Frank


        June 30, 2011 at 5:24 am
        Vietnam’s policy over South China Sea does not matter here.
        Vietnam is a small weak country. Like all small weak countries, Vietnam is nothing but a chess piece.
        The only players are USA and China.


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    • WhatName


      June 30, 2011 at 12:41 am
      How much did china goverment pay to
      writer for this article? Or probably writer need to go back to school
      to learn about china and Asean history as well as geopolitical in last
      century and present. When he mentioned that some Asean countries have
      been using maritime dispute over Spratly to draw heat away from domestic
      trouble showing that writer does not have a clue about international or
      particularly Asean, china issues, and china domestic trouble. Looking
      at china inflation and how to feed over 1.3 billion people everyday (not
      even annually), and how chinese goverment use outside its border issue
      to draw heat away from domestic trouble (not Asean countries). Lastly
      but not the least, how could Asean countries which have smaller army,
      less developed millitary dare to stir an issue that can lead to regional
      war? Only a country with big millitary budget and unlimited ambitious
      would do that. In this case not US. Why? looking back the contemporay
      history, a person with a little thinking can answer the question
      himself or herself.


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    • Shinto


      June 29, 2011 at 10:59 pm
      China is playing a clever chess game. It
      is the time for China to move as the US and Western powers are virtually
      bankrupt and the other Asian nations close by are significantly
      smaller. Trying to use the US has limits, especially in the long run.
      Asean and Japan need to use the “Queen” piece sleeping so close by, wake
      it up and give it responsibilities. That Queen is none other than
      India. The day India is brought into the game, things will radically
      change. India can start by providing a nuclear cover and then enter into
      NATO type treaties where an attack on one member will be considered as
      an attack on all. That is how you surround and check mate the Chinese
      “King”. Wake up you folks. The answer is in your backyard!


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      • harry


        June 29, 2011 at 11:27 pm
        lmao, do you know what NATO stands for??
        NORTH ATLANTIC treaty organization, that means its reserved for european
        and near european countries (turkey). also how can india a country
        where the military industry is basically non existance to compete with
        China?? A smaller country like Pakistan and a few terrorists with AK47
        is able to dominate the indian political agenda in india for decades
        really shows how narrow minded indians are. im sure the arrogant indians
        wont allow its country tobe a lapdog of the west.


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        • Ismail


          June 30, 2011 at 2:49 am
          I think Shinto is right. These smaller
          countries are not going to hold out for long against China. They will
          need to bring the other giant “India” in sooner or later to balance
          power in the region. I just did a check. India is said to have launched
          their own indigenously built nuclear submarine in 2009 and currently
          producing an indigenous nuclear powered aircraft carrier for release
          next year. And,they must come cheaper than the Americans too!


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        • JD


          June 30, 2011 at 6:52 am
          Harry well said.I agree with both your statments.


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        • Juan


          June 30, 2011 at 5:46 pm
          The man said NATO-type treaties, not a
          NATO treaty. Read the text fully before making assumptions that the
          other person is foolish.


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        • Jaques


          June 30, 2011 at 10:41 pm
          Nato does mean North Atlantic Treaty Organisation….well done! Do you know what “type” means?


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        • John Chan


          June 30, 2011 at 2:37 am
          This must be another master stroke
          dreamed up by a delusional superpower India, it is a grand scheme on
          paper that India neither has the industrial capability, technology
          innovation nor financial strength to realise it. Japan and SKorea
          definitely are not amused that they are assigned to a lackey status
          again in exchange for nuclear protection from a superpower wannabe who
          even cannot feed more than half of its population. India cannot fire
          their long-range missiles reliability; the fail rate of India long-range
          rockets is more than 50% even with Russian rocket engines.
          Japan and SK have way more advanced rocketry technology than India,
          and Japan has tons of war grade nuclear material in secret stock.
          Japanese politicians boasted that Japan could become nuclear weaponry
          superpower within a month. I wondered whether Indians ever know such
          facts before they came out such laughable idea offering to the Japanese
          and Korean?
          Poor Japanese and SKorean they are not only under the thumb of USA, pretty soon they will be in a short leash of India.
          A third world nation offers protection to two first world nations, what else can people call it, other than delusional?


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          • Setiawan Alatas


            July 1, 2011 at 1:19 am
            I dont think a massive industrial,
            military and financial industry/complex is needed to check China. If
            India can stop oil from passing throught the Indian Ocean exception
            given for oil tankers headed for allies) and do a few sorties towards
            its North destroying the oil and gas pipelines passing through the
            Central Asian republics to China, any conflict will come to an end in a
            matter of weeks and months. Indonesia can surely help on that front.
            Japan must also cooperate.


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            • John Chan


              July 1, 2011 at 6:04 am
              @Setiawan Alatas:
              Now that is a brilliant idea, you are even smarter than Shinto who tried
              to get India rip benefit without getting whacked. You are trying to get
              India to upset two biggest guys in the world in a single stroke. USA
              has a self-appointed obligation to maintain safe, secure and free
              seaways from Middle East to Japan. Without permission from the US to
              interrupt the flow of sea-lane communication is a direct challenge to
              the status of its hegemony, it’s a no no. How much is India willing to
              pay for that permission?
              Bombing pipelines is another novel idea. I guess you don’t know
              India’s sky is monitored by China’s lookdown radar 24/7, and there are
              squadrons of J-11 stationed on the Tibet plateau. This manoeuvre is most
              likely to put India as a nation to an end in a matter of weeks and
              months.








          • Frank


            June 30, 2011 at 5:20 am
            So, China is King and India is Queen?


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          • Shiva Subramaniam


            July 1, 2011 at 2:00 am
            Shinto,
            India has no appetite for any conflict. We have massive problems to
            solve, such as getting rid of poverty and alleviating the lot of
            millions of Indians. Any Chinese belligerency in the South China Sea is
            good for India as it weakens China in the long run. The Chinese may play
            an excellent chess game now but remember we invented that game and know
            how to play it better!


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            • John Chan


              July 1, 2011 at 6:13 am
              @Shiva Subramaniam:
              You are the only Indian blogger talk sense. You should tell your Indian
              bloggers to play more chess and do less daydreaming, most of all stop
              playing fire, which is hazardous and harmful to their health.


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            • Zhou


              July 1, 2011 at 7:55 pm
              feed your poor indian people first and
              come back to this blog after 100 years when China will already be the
              world’s only superpower; we can discuss in Mandarin then


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          • Douglas


            June 29, 2011 at 7:48 pm
            “the West won the world not by the
            superiority of its ideas or values or religion but rather by its
            superiority in applying organized violence. Westerners often forget this
            fact, non-Westerners never do.”
            –Samuel P. Huntington
            The West has to paint China as the new boogey man to justify their
            military spending, adventures, and the death of innocent men, women, and
            children.


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            • commonsense


              June 30, 2011 at 1:26 am
              Portraying China as a new boogeyman is
              justified since the latter has directly or indirectly killed tens of
              millions of its own citizens over the past 50 years and has supported
              pretty much every rogue nation on the planet.


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              • John Chan


                June 30, 2011 at 2:48 am
                @commonsense:
                Europeans and Japanese killed and maimed hundred of millions of
                Europeans, Jews, Chinese and all other different people in the world
                lately, don’t you agree it is more appropriate to call the European, the
                American and Japanese the Villain, murderer, killer, sinister, etc.?


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              • Interesting


                June 30, 2011 at 3:11 am
                Replace “its own citizens” with “citizens of other countries” you get a pretty apt description of the United States.
                But I also think that Western military spending is mostly related not
                to China, but to the muslim world, e.g. Iraq, Afganistan, Libya, global
                terrorism etc. Militarily China is even less of a threat to the West
                than Russia. Note that China has zero nuclear warhead under the
                definition of NEW START between U.S. and Russia.


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              • Frank


                June 30, 2011 at 5:21 am
                So is communist Vietnam.
                In your logic, attacking Vietnam is justified?


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              • david


                June 30, 2011 at 11:15 am
                So which country has not done something
                that is not morally justified. Its true, ccp have murdered millions of
                their citizens in either the civil war, or culture revolution, so have
                usa, british and ur so beloved vietnam. At least, they dont pretend to
                assume the position of superior morality in bilateral relations. Unlike
                others while lecturing the global audience about human dignity and
                value, their machine-gun toting, whip-lashing and water-boarding thugs
                are doing exactly the opposite. I dont buy ccp’ bs, neither will i be
                tricked into accepting others’ self-portrait of victimhood at hands of
                “big bully” china.


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                • Anon


                  June 30, 2011 at 5:28 pm
                  Actually they do david, or have you not
                  heard the talk of harmony? It’s quite hard to miss. China doesn’t
                  lecture the world on human dignity and value because it has none. It
                  does preach the values of non-interference while simultaneously
                  interfering in the SCS, Africa, the Koreas, Tibet, India, and now the
                  Arctic!























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    1. Hoa Du


      June 30, 2011 at 11:02 am
      I don’t really know what is the main
      content of this article. the title is about China being villian but the
      content is about Asian collective failure and disagreement.
      However, a few points needed to be stated here.
      First, there is no miscommunication between China and the world. It
      is clear that China is the agressive monster trying to eat all the juicy
      territories of other countries. The whole world see their points. You
      can say something and get misunderstand. However, the world is full of
      researchers and specialiest about this area. No one can fool the world
      in this connected world nor does China or ASEAN.
      Second, there is yet “the collective failure of Asian maritine”.
      However, it has nothing to be claimed in this sea territories dispute.
      The mentioned failure is more a challenge for ASEAN to solve for them to
      be more collective and united when they are confronting a common enemy
      like China especially when they are all too small relatively to China.


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    2. Watson Pham


      June 30, 2011 at 10:51 am
      Hey man, china even recently threatens
      the US that ” We hope American will not be burned by this fire”. So, Do
      you know where the “fire” is from? It clearly implies that this is the
      “fire” from burning ASEAN countries, especially the Philippines and
      Vietnam. I partially agree with you that the reason why china can
      threaten not only ASEAN countries but also the US is the weakness of
      this ASEAN organization. BUT I don’t know how knowledgeable you are when
      you say ” The current tensions in the South China Sea can’t just be
      blamed on Beijing”. The current tensions in this sea (exactly the ASEAN
      sea)are totally from china because this country now has many problems
      (inflation, corruption, energy shortage, democratic pressure,
      sedition…). Therefore, the red communist government wants a war to solve
      its domestic problems. In addition, the bad thing is that the US is
      going down. You should be a ware of this blood-thirsty communist
      government when it becomes stronger. And of course, you should read
      more books before writing anything else.


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    3. Victor Le


      June 30, 2011 at 8:56 am
      The author acknowleges that China’s actions and miscommunications play part in the escalation by stating in his post that:
      “China’s actions and miscommunications have indeed contributed to the
      growing discordance of the security mood music, with the Philippines
      and Vietnam in particular genuinely alarmed about the assertiveness –
      veering perhaps between aggression and plain clumsiness – which China
      has been displaying in the disputed zones of the South China Sea.”
      It is true that China’s agressive actions recently sent a wave of
      reactions in ASEAN with responses from its members including those other
      than Vietnam and the Phillipines. China’s miscommunications reflect in
      its consistency between its official statements and actions at seas.
      Could the author please address these issues in another post, it is not
      reasonaly addressed in this article showing certain degree of bias?


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    4. Nam Hai Truong Son


      June 30, 2011 at 5:48 am
      This is typical of the China apologists —
      glorifying Chinese misdeeds and accusing anyone criticizing China of
      being a “China basher”. The fact is there are no limits to China as a
      villian and here are some of its destructive acts that you should muse
      over, Mr. Moss: (1) China is colonizing Africa and driving its people
      into a new dark age without firing a single shot; (2) China is
      conducting a pogrom against the Tibetans, the Mongolians, and the
      Uyghurs, and Kosovo looks pale in comparison; (3) China is trampling on
      its own people (does Tianamen Square, Falun Gong, or Liu Xiaobo ring a
      bell to you?); (4) China is maiming, poisoning, and killing consumers
      (and their pets) around the globe with its lethally shoddy products (If
      you are using a cell phone with a Made-in-China battery, be careful, it
      may blow up in your face, and don’t put your baby into that Chinese crib
      as she may be strangled); (5) While China is owning 2 trillion dollars
      of American bonds, it still characterizes itself as “poor” to receive
      foreign aids; (6) China is manipulating its currency and maintaining a
      mercantilist stand against, and to the detriment of, the rest of the
      world; (7) China is polutting its own environment (with global
      consequences) at an alarming rate; (8) China is stealing Western
      technologies to build up a threatening military force without any real
      peaceful intentions (its recent provocative actions at the East Sea are
      just the tip of the iceberg). And the list just keeps expanding as time
      progresses. Wake up, Mr. Moss, and smell the melamine, feel the pain and
      humiliation of those Vietnamsese fishermen who have been illegaly
      detained and beaten by the Chinese navy for ransom on a regular basis,
      and sympathize with the plight of those poor Chinese peasants who have
      to eat fake rice and imitation eggs to get by.


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    5. yang zi


      June 30, 2011 at 5:32 am
      So far, I haven’t seen any author on this site pinpointed the reason of recent issues in South China Sea.
      I am now declaring my superiority of intellect above these “learned” authors. haha.
      The real reason is the expiration of China’s favorable treatment of
      ASEAN in trade. Starting from 2002, China removed import tax on ASEAN
      goods to China, this expires in 2010, when ASEAN should also remove
      import tax on Chinese goods to ASEAN, thus forming the so called ASEAN
      plus China free trade zone. What this means that ASEAN and China is now
      on equal footings, no more Chinese subsidies to ASEAN.
      In essence, it China stopped payments to ASEAN, as soon as the
      payment stopped, Philippines and Vietnam started crying about South
      China Sea. China is no more or no less aggressive, just not giving them
      money anymore.
      BTW, Chicoms are cowards. China should be absolute and resolute, swift and relentless.


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      • a_canadian_observer


        June 30, 2011 at 10:35 pm
        To yangzi: china giving money to
        Philipines and Vietnam? LMAO. china can’t even feed her own people.
        Look into yhe mirror and do some self reflection, will you? Also, tell
        me, what has a country of 1.4 billion people done in terms of helps to
        the world?


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        • Observer


          July 1, 2011 at 12:15 pm
          Very soon, Chinese bloggers will tell us
          that China gives money to everyone and feeds the whole world. Never mind
          that China has over 135 million of its people that live in extremem
          poverty and are destitue.


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          • a_canadian_observer


            July 2, 2011 at 1:43 am
            Only 135 million of its people live in
            extreame poverty? As far as I know, only 2% chinese are extremely
            wealthy, 10% are wealthy and 80% are living in poverty.








  • BB


    July 1, 2011 at 5:23 am
    Thanks to this kind of china’s doing
    business, Vietnam alone got a current trade deficit of 13 billion
    dollars (with china)!! We did not know for sure ‘how other ASEAN members
    doing’!! Certainly, this sort of trade is not any good for VN and other
    ASEAN countries, just good for the big bullying guy, china!!


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  • John Chan


    June 30, 2011 at 4:31 am
    Nations are realists; they will not bite
    the hand that feeds. Since China is the hand feeds in ASEAN nations,
    calling ASEAN nations have solid front against China is a wishful
    thinking.
    China needs to build up enough strength to be respected by the US, so
    that USA will not interfere China’s internal affairs, the undesirable
    side effect of getting respect from the US is owning a big stick. People
    said 8 carrier battle groups is the minimum requirement to earn respect
    from the US.
    It is the right idea to have an COC as a clear red lines that China
    and other interested parties would be more reluctant to test, but
    unfortunately China will be the sole or co guarantor of those red lines
    due to its strength.
    So the author hopes that the solidarity of ASENA nations plus US’
    presence will get ASENA nations more equitable position in dealing with
    China, it is rather a wishing thinking or a flawed logic, because it is
    the US that has forced China into a position 15 years ago that makes
    ASENA nations’ equitable position unattainable.


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  • Tony Phuong


    June 30, 2011 at 2:59 am
    The author needs to research again on
    China and its government. If not, the value of this article is very low
    in quality and not correct at all. China is harmful in many aspects.





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    June 30, 2011 at 11:49 pm
    Vietnamese people never want a
    confliction with any country, especially neighbour countries. Vietnam
    Communist Party may not be supported and admired by our people and
    others but Vietnamese poeple always know “when” and “what” to do if
    necesary.


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    Leonard R.


    June 30, 2011 at 10:47 pm
    This is not good analysis.
    Basically, the author’s point comes down to this: ASEAN weakness is
    exposed, because China has been able to bully two member countries of
    ASEAN.
    Well, yes. That’s certainly true. But it does not paint China in a very good light, does it?
    I’m sorry. This is a dumb article.


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    A Vietnamese


    June 30, 2011 at 10:09 pm
    Dear the author,
    Demands of China are getting more and more nonsense and unacceptable.
    Please put yourself in our countries’situation to have an honest
    feeling about this problem. I am sure that this will change a lot of
    your analysis above. Thanks!


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    Huy Duong


    June 30, 2011 at 8:59 pm
    It is factually wrong to say that Vietnam has accepted China’s insistence of only bilateral negotiation.
    This is what Vietnam’s deputy foreign minister (the guy who went to the talk with China) said on Vietnam’s MOFA website:
    “Q: Please reveal the progress of negotiations on the “Agreement on
    basic principles guiding the settlement of sea issues between Viet Nam
    and China ”?
    A: …In that spirit, between early 2010 and now, Viet Nam and China
    have held six working-level rounds of negotiations. The two sides
    exchanged views on some basic principles such as common awareness of the
    two countries’ high-level leaders; international laws, including the
    1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea and the Declaration on the
    Conduct of Parties in the East Sea; issues relating to Viet Nam and
    China only are solved bilaterally and issues relating to other sides are
    discussed by related sides.
    The seventh round of negotiations is scheduled to be held in Hanoi in the coming time.”
    http://www.mofa.gov.vn/en/nr040807104143/nr040807105001/ns110628095717#xBXJTMs2S8qE
    “issues relating to Viet Nam and China only are solved bilaterally
    and issues relating to other sides are discussed by related sides” means
    that issues relating to other sides are discussed by related sides.


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    • JOhn Chan


      July 1, 2011 at 12:12 am
      @Huy Duong:
      I understand that Vietnam needs to maintain its dignity, but you have to
      think objectively. What other ASENA nations would think about such
      bilateral meeting between Vietnam and China, particular Philippine?
      “Have we been sold by Vietnam?” Would such question a reasonable question asked by all other ASENA nations?


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      • John


        July 1, 2011 at 5:07 am
        Thats a fair question, John Chan.
        Though thats the whole problem about the bilateral argument for discussion made by China.
        Other nations need to know what China could have offered as it helps
        in thier discussion, but if China wont say due to privacy then late
        countries may be selling out for cheaper deals.
        Plus, China does not own the South China Sea, so it is asking others to negotiate for territory that they consider thier own.
        Can you see the problem here? You regularly make the same argument regarding China.
        The problem is that you use the Qing or Manchu dynasty as reasons for
        ownership and the countries today have to justify it with thier own
        people as thier nations may not have existed then.
        Therefore its in China’s interests to show understanding as they have
        1.3 billion and not thier neighbors as they are too small to threaten
        China regardless of what land they control.
        Cam you see that or are you obtuse?


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        • John Chan


          July 1, 2011 at 11:40 am
          @John:
          You must read Huy Duong’s comment first, because Huy was justifying the
          bilateral discussion between Vietnam and China as no harm done. The
          position of all pro-Vietnam bloggers is that with USA’s backing; ASENA
          nations should have a solid front to gang up against China. I was
          questioning how could Vietnam break the rank first? How could Vietnam
          did not walk the talk? How can Vietnam talk both sides of mouth?
          To me, bilateral discussion is the best way to resolve the disputes
          quickly, it cuts out the time wasted by ASENA nations quarrelling
          between each other; bilateral discussion allows individual ASENA nation
          to focus on dealing with China only and tries to get the best deal for
          itself and not to be distracted by other ASENA members activities.
          “Other nations need to know” is a mentality of greedy person, who
          never content with what he entitles, just like the Greeks and the
          Americans, living beyond their means and let their younger generations
          to pay their debts. This bad “entitlement” mindset is not compatible
          with Asian cultures, and should not be used to resolve matters that have
          nothing to do with non-Asian.
          John, please stop wasting your time repeating that nonsense “China
          does not own the SCS,” China only owns all the islands within that 9
          dash lines in South China Sea. What you and all the anti-China bloggers
          have said is totally detach to the fact what China has said. Regardless
          those squatters and trespassers violating China’s territories will be
          evicted. Before code of conduct reached, nobody can explore those
          disputed areas without China’s participation or approval as the Chinese
          government said.
          So far I can see China’s position is reasonable and practical. ASENA
          nations should sit down with China and settle the disputes, then lets
          everybody moves on to improve the living standard for the people.







      • Cyrus


        July 1, 2011 at 7:04 am
        Actually the Philippines wouldn’t mind
        because ASEAN was made particularly to be decentralized that is the
        reason ASEAN cannot find a common stand in regards to China.
        Also the reason ASEAN cannot force BURMA on the human rights issue.
        It is both a boon and a bane for ASEAN to have that kind of a set up.
        If reforms where to be implemented I think it would be very helpful
        since it clearly shows that ASEAN needs to bind together to have
        leverage against China.


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    • TOAN


      June 30, 2011 at 7:18 pm
      just have a look at the 9 dot map china
      have claimed. Greedy China always aggressive. the world is trying to
      counterbalance china rising power.


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      • John Chan


        June 30, 2011 at 11:37 pm
        @TOAN:
        China is big country; China is more than 50 times of Japan and 3 times
        of India. Most nations in world not even can match a province of China
        regardless their land mass, population, GDP, etc. It is overwhelming to
        people like you from small nation with limit view scope.
        Please do not show your limited mindset by abusing the word “greed”
        because some big guy does something big by nature due to its size.


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        • BB


          July 1, 2011 at 7:15 am
          Even China is a big country, it is not
          necessarily meant it has any right to claim anything it wants for its
          own interests!The south & east china seas belonged to all countries
          in the Asia-Pacific region and the world, not being owned by any
          coutry, even the big regional thug , ‘middle kingdom’! If the US just
          behaving like china, dared to claim the Caribbean Sea, the Gulf of
          Mexico or the whole Atlantic Ocean as its own properties or ‘core
          interests’, then this world wouldn’t be this peaceful as it is today!


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      • Tuan Phan


        June 30, 2011 at 5:20 pm
        Dear The Author.
        If you have done a decent research on East Ocean instability I think you
        will find out an ultimate truth. The truth is that “East Ocean
        instability is caused by China’s greed”. Chinese government behaves
        greedy and unethically over East Ocean issues, they put their interest
        over the stability and mutual prosperity of the region.


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        • John Chan


          June 30, 2011 at 11:55 pm
          @Tuan Phan:
          Proper way to rebuff someone’s opinion, you have to provide your opinion
          with reasons. Merely labelling and yelling slogans like you is not the
          right way to debate. Vietcong style smearing comments definitely can not
          be qualified for acceptable comments.


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      • Lan Anh


        June 30, 2011 at 2:03 pm
        The author should read the following articles about WHY CHINA JUST WANT TWO NO’s POLICY ON SOUTH CHINA SEA DISPUTE.
        http://www.manilatimes.net/sunday-times/special-report/china%E2%80%99s-%E2%80%98two-no%E2%80%99s-policy%E2%80%99-on-south-china-sea-disputes/
        Besides, plz mention to the rude and dirty action to kill thousands
        of innocent Vietnamese fisherman, thousands of wife lost their husbands,
        thousands of children lost their father, brother.
        IN the international playground, China have seriously violated the
        Maritime Law and the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea
        (UNCLOS-1982) whereas China is a permanent member of the United Nations
        Security Council. China has also breached the Declaration on the Conduct
        of Parties in the South China Sea (DOC) signed with ASEAN in 2002.


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        • Huy


          June 30, 2011 at 10:24 pm
          Vietnam has lost its rights when the viet
          communist government had signed a document that affirmed China’s rights
          to those islands and now disputing it. you should dig up that document
          and see what it states. Also, the law of the sea came into effect after
          the dispute had started.


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          • Lan Anh


            July 1, 2011 at 3:09 pm
            I don’t know much of the document that you referred. But as an ordinary Vietnamese people. I know the true facts that:
            In 1974, China seized the islands by force in Hoang Sa (Paracel).
            In 1979, China invaded six provinces in northern Vietnam. At the same
            time China supported to the army of Red-Khmers leaded by Pol Pot, who
            committed genocide against their own people, to attack along borders in
            six southern provinces of Vietnam.
            In 1988, China led on a naval war to occupy part of the Truong Sa islands of Vietnam (Spratly).
            In 1995, China occupied Mischief Reef, which is inside the Philippine’s 200 sea mile EEZ.
            Regardless of rules and morals, the Chinese government commits crimes
            on fisherman and violates the sovereignty of ASEAN countries,
            particularly Vietnam and Philippines:
            - 8/1/2005: China’s navy killed 9 Vietnamese fisherman and injured 7.
            - 11/03/2005: Killed 8 Vietnamese fisherman
            - During 2007: The Chinese navy captured 114 Vietnamese fishing ships,
            detained 1,200 fisherman and held them for ransom, beating them
            ruthlessly.
            Recently, the Chinese government increased its aggressive action in the South China Sea:
            - From 10/2010 to 3/2010: the Chinese government captured 121 ships with
            700 Vietnamese fisherman, confiscating their fishing equipment.
            - The Chinese government uses warship to disrupt fishing and other legal economic activities
            In the local China, Chinese communist government has been hiding
            transparent information about this dispute to lead the Chinese people
            against Vietnam and other ASEAN countries. They even pay for people to
            broadcast wrong information on the websites to fool people and support
            their government action.
            Vietnamese people as well as Chinese people just want PEACE to
            develop the economy. NOT WAR that ordinary people in both side directly
            lost their valuable life. So Chinese government who represents for their
            people should stop its aggressive action.


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          • Lan Anh


            July 1, 2011 at 3:35 pm
            By the way, If Vietnam lost its right
            when the communist government signed in the document as you referred.
            China should use it to prove its right in the international discussion
            in a peaceful way. Not by such aggressive and dirty action of a “big”
            country against others “small” countries as the Chinese government did
            in recent decades. This action just reveal its conspiracy.








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    13 Re: Viết linh tinh on Mon Jul 04, 2011 5:23 pm

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    July 1, 2011 at 10:58 pm
    It’s quite amusing to see a whole bunch
    of Vietnamese responding to a call from a well known Vietnamese website
    (not to name name here of course) flocking to the Diplomat to flood the
    ‘comments’ board. 99.9% of the comments from this group so far have been
    nothing but rants and slogan shouting; most amusing is that someone
    even puts the three letters PhD after his/her name but can’t even offer a
    single trace of clear thinking and logical rebuttal.
    Show some class, people.
    You and I may or may not agree with what John Chan has to say, but I
    do respect him because MOST OF THE TIME he says things that tells you he
    knows how to use his brain, he thinks clearly, logically and above all
    he is polite and he is a level headed patriot.


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    Bamboo talkers


    July 1, 2011 at 7:45 pm
    ASEAN all talk no action the IMF/ WORLD Bank lounge for Asia.
    Wine good food lots of lip service
    ARF was a sign to show America we can go it alone..
    When the bamboo nation of Philippine got some sand in the
    face from China their newly touted trade partners. They screamed
    America and the 1952 treaty. What a bunch of wussies
    Vietnam fired back with no crying. They have what it takes to
    let the bully China know we are not afraid
    Thailand has no issue they just send roll over and play dead
    or sell some prime land inside their country to the Chinese


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    • Cyrus


      July 2, 2011 at 3:11 am
      First of all it is the 1951 Mutual Defense Pact.
      Secondly, before calling us weak reflect on the onslaught we bestowed
      on Chinese troops in the Korean War when all the rest retreated and we
      held our line and we retreated fighting.
      So I suggest you stop underestimating the Filipino’s fighting
      capability we might have always been under armed but that was the same
      in WWII when we held Japan for months unlike China who got slaughtered
      fairly easily and also in the Korean War wherein wave after wave of
      Chinese Soldiers where held back.
      Bamboo nation indeed.


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    Zhou


    July 1, 2011 at 7:44 pm
    Can anybody tell me why call it South
    China Sea if it does not belong to China? and dont be rude with your
    reply. America has both the pacific and atlantic oceans on both sides of
    its country and India has the Indian ocean, why a big country like
    China cannot have its own? In fact, we dont even care what you think, it
    belongs to us. we are not going to take shit from others anymore.


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    • tran


      July 2, 2011 at 12:57 am
      @Zhou: really like your argument. Latin
      America belongs to US, exclusively. Indian ocean belongs to India,
      exclusively. Same for sea of japan, thailand bay, and do you know there
      is something called China lake in the US? they should be a territory of
      China, even right in the heart of the US. The list is long, I couldn’t
      type. Easy to just claim, doesn’t hurt anything. But is that all China
      and Chinese can do? History shows that a lousy mouth was rarely followed
      by actions.


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    • a_canadian_observer


      July 2, 2011 at 1:26 am
      @Zhou: It’s sad to see a “world class” citizen of a big country China being so ignorant, so, let me educate you.
      You can take it as 1) South China sea doesn’t belong to china, just as
      Indean ocean doesn’t belong to India or Gulf of Mexico doesn’t belong to
      Mexico. Or 2) South China sea means that the sea south of China, hence
      external to China and doesn’t belong to her.
      Hope I’ve been able to educate you.


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    • Watson Pham


      July 2, 2011 at 1:36 am
      Zhou:
      It is very simple to answer your question. I think you know that,
      like in the US, there is a Chinese town in Saigon-Vietnam. BUT It does
      not mean this town belongs to china, Right? The name is just a thing
      that people want to label something else. Albert Einstein and Bill Gate
      would never be chinese even china could name them as Hujintao or Zhou,
      Right? You’re right that Idia and the Us have their names in some
      oceans, they however never use any U-dash line to claim these oceans
      belong to them only. So, it is really funny to say “South china sea”
      belongs to china. I think many naive chinese were brain-washed by the
      red-greedy china communist government which even kill its own innocent
      people (e.g in Tiananmen square). Hopefully, you don’t belong to this
      evil communist party.


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    • BB


      July 2, 2011 at 2:17 am
      Then the Indian Ocean should belong to
      India, the Pursian Gulf to Iran, or the Gulf of Mexico to Mexico??!
      Your reasoning and logic sound just like the pre-historical cavemen’s!
      Better move to some jungle in South America or Africa to live with some
      indigenous tribes there!Geographically surrounded by strong traditional
      enemies (Russia, India, Japan, etc.)it’s hard for China to achieve its
      expansionist hegemonic ambitions!Anyway, good luck my poor commie!!


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    • Cyrus


      July 2, 2011 at 3:14 am
      It cannot have it’s own because one it is
      considered a threat to the Hegemony of the United States in the
      Pacific. You will just have to look at the US Military Alliances in the
      Pacific to see. Japan, Taiwan and the Philippines. Both surround China
      they are there for a reason, also note what the US said we will honor
      the 1951 Mutual Defense Treaty. Why? Because if the RP falls then China
      will have an open port to the Pacific.


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    • Kom


      July 2, 2011 at 3:08 pm
      I like all the comments answering to Zhou.
      Please allow me to propose another viewpoint: Let’s say that South China Sea belongs to us humankind, or at least, … us Asians.
      Please be reasonable, China. I like you, admire you. But if you
      should become militarily aggressive, you won’t have as many friendly
      neighbors as you would like.
      Peace…


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      • ozivan


        July 4, 2011 at 2:03 am
        @Kom. Inspite of all the sometimes ugly
        comments by bloggers, at the end of the day, every claimant will have to
        work jointly and co-operatively with each other.
        No one can go solo without repercussions.
        Congratulations on your Thailand’s general elections. Yingluck Shinawatra won. Any views ? Just asking


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    • Warmonger


      July 3, 2011 at 1:00 am
      @Zhou for the name I already anwser it
      called South China Sea merely by the foreign English language not the
      language of the native nation in this area. And that is only the problem
      of naming nothing more nothing less.
      America yet, their naval strong enought control almost the pacific
      and atlantic but they NOT OWNED it. They DON’T declare claiming
      anything. If your China DARE just go to this INTERNATIONAL sea to
      protected the safety of ocean trade route.
      Indian not own the indian sea neither.


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    • Khai Nguyen


      July 1, 2011 at 6:58 pm
      I’m with Moss on that. ASEAN community is
      just a chimera – an implausible, unthinkable nothing (at least by
      2015). We are mistaken about our unity, and it’s what plays into Big Bad
      Dragon’s hands.What can we do with a community with a small c? :P
      In addition, why now for Vietnam-China row? How about Vietnamese
      government’s downplaying such incidents in which a number of fishermen
      were brutally killed before? Lives are less important than oil, cables
      or reefs? :P Does the dispute this time serve “unpatriotic motives” of
      the upper echelons of the two countries? YES. Or it’s time for the worm
      to turn? NO.


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    • tran


      July 1, 2011 at 4:21 pm
      “Please do not show your limited mindset
      by abusing the word “greed” because some big guy does something big by
      nature due to its size.”
      lion always gets lion’s share, doesn’t it?
      china’s policy clings on a motto : mine is mine yours is ours.


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    • Michael Turton


      July 1, 2011 at 8:59 am
      This is clearly incorrect. Imagine an
      alternate universe where ASEAN had its collective act together. Would
      China still be picking off Vietnamese fishing boats? Yes. Would China
      still be claiming the whole South China Sea? Yes. Would China still be
      threatening war with the US if the US sticks its hand in? Yes. Would
      there will be armed clashes between fishing craft and enforcement
      vessels from many nations? Yes. These things occurred even when China
      was weak and incapable of enforcement of its will.
      The level of competence of ASEAN is simply not an issue. Look at
      other areas — in 1969 China invented a claim to the Senkaku Islands and
      has been pressing it ever since, even though the US-Japan alliance is
      strong and holds wargames and military exercises in the islands
      periodically. And then there is Taiwan, also essentially a post-war
      invented claim.
      Stop muddying the waters with analysis that confuses “complexifying”
      with “understanding.” The issue is simple: the problem is Beijing and
      its expansionism. It appears at the moment that only a couple of nasty
      hegemonic conflicts are going to resolve that issue.
      Michael


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      • a_canadian_observer


        July 2, 2011 at 1:29 am
        Ditto.


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      • Guest


        July 2, 2011 at 2:34 am
        Communist Chinese claims are based on
        Nationalist Chinese claims. Thats why China and Taiwan claim the same
        territory. These claims were claimed on Qing and Ming dynasty claims.


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      • Frank


        July 1, 2011 at 12:03 am
        Looks like there are many VietComs living in USA.


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        • John Chan


          July 1, 2011 at 5:16 am
          I read somewhere there are a lot of
          Vietnamese in Orange county, California; all of them are South
          Vietnamese and they are diehard anti-communist too. They resent South
          Vietnam lost out to the North. People said they are very vocal in order
          to stir up hostility between Vietnam and China in the hope that their
          vengeance on both North Vietnamese and Chinese can be satisfied.


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          • a_canadian_observer


            July 1, 2011 at 11:46 am
            @John Chan: Let me analyze your name for a moment.
            I’m assuming that this John Chan is your real name (i.e., this is not a
            cloak). People with such name are almost certain to be from Hong Kong,
            of Cantonese ancestry, and you’re NOT of one Han descendents. People
            from Canton (Guangdong), Guangxi, Yunnan, Hainan… are not Han people.
            They used belong to the so-called hundreds Viet tribes, and the whole
            region has been known as Lingnan. This region was conquered, annexed to
            China and the people were assimilated by the Han Chinese around the Tang
            dynasty. So, John Chan, you are turning your back against your
            ancestors. This is not just a great sin, it is a shame when you side
            with the Han to go against your own Viet people..


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            • John Chan


              July 1, 2011 at 11:54 pm
              @a_canadian_observer:
              I forgot to answer your same racist question last time. Last time you
              use a Vietnamese screen name, now you cloaked as a Canuck. It seems you
              have a dubious character that you even won’t stick to the same screen
              name.
              Chan is the English way of spelling Chinese surname, like Wong
              instead of Huang. All overseas Chinese in addition to HK use English way
              of spelling Chinese surname; there are tens of millions of them. On top
              of that majority of HK people actually are not local, they are from all
              over China and overseas to escape wars in China and imperialist
              suppression in SEA, etc.
              You raised a very good question, why should China let Vietnam
              separate so long that they became rebellious and forgot their ancient
              culture of peace and harmony? Instead of working to be reintegrated into
              China, Vietnamese are using French bad behaviour to pick fights with
              their own people, the Chinese, all the time.
              Mind you there are more than 150 different people, not tribes, in
              China, such as Tibetan, Mongol, Uygur, Manchu, Korean, Viet, etc. All of
              them are proud Chinese and they are all equal in China.
              Internet is a place to practice freedom of speech, bloggers came here
              to exchange ideas for the good of humanity, and nobody cares their
              background, because bloggers all should have noble character and ideal
              to seek advancing welfare for the mankind. Racist comments, which intend
              to incite racial hatred like yours will be frowned on, because this
              kind of behaviour and mindset are the worst expression of culture, this
              kind of people are considered garbage. The best way to clear this toxic
              element form society is to give them a brain slug treatment.
              So a_Canadian_observer, would you like to get help out of your racial hatred insanity?







            • Zhuang Fu Lai


              July 2, 2011 at 12:56 pm
              Just like Vietnam, Canada is also being
              peacefully and harmoniously assimilated by China. Just look at
              Vancouver. Not only will we burn most of the oil found in sediments of
              South China Sea but we will make sure that oil from Canada’s vast tar
              sands flows to China and not USA.







            • a_canadian_observer


              July 2, 2011 at 11:10 pm
              @John Chan: I just wanted to educate you
              a bit but I know the people like you are beyond help. You have been
              fully assimilated and brainwashed by the Han. I guess “resistent is
              futile” :). I think your ancestors are really “proud” of you right know
              and are probably “jumping for joy” in their graves. You talked about
              people being treated equally. What a joke! Just look into how the
              Tibetan have been treated – the trick is not to use the chinese
              fabricated source. BTW, it’s also sad that you can’t even know the
              origin of your name. Chan is a Cantonese pronunciation. This region
              wasnt assimilated by the Han until the Tang dynasty.









            • Lan Anh


              July 1, 2011 at 2:29 pm
              China is the country that want Vietnamese
              people fight against each others. The current result of people who by
              some reasons lived far away from their homeland is indirectly and partly
              caused by China.
              With 5000 thousands years of history, what China brings to the the world
              in general and to Vietnamese in particularly is just the bloody war
              (directly and indirectly). China play the tricky game to gradually
              invade weak neighbor countries. Let’s look at Uygur (Xin jiang); Tibet
              (XiZang); Now they want to divide Vietnamese, Asean countries and the
              world to easily invade Vietnam again.
              China always speaks peacefully but make rude action behind. The other
              countries should be aware of this BIG BAD GUY. See what China do in
              Africa countries.
              The point in this article that I agree with the author is one point: The
              weak countries should be awared of themselves situation, because with
              such an delicious food, no greedy bully will not want to eat. Especially
              BIG BAD CHINA.


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              • a_canadian_observer


                July 2, 2011 at 1:30 am
                I would also say big evil china, with no class and like thugs.







              • ozivan


                July 4, 2011 at 2:12 am
                Or better still… be classy and savvy…but
                almost bankrupt. Never mind the US, Greece, Portugal, Ireland and almost
                Spain. It’s the new thing








              • Leonard R.


                July 2, 2011 at 10:50 am
                Don’t worry John Chan.
                The Vietnamese-Americans in Orange County are even more anti-China than they
                are anti-Communist.
                It’s pretty clear the PRC posters here have no understanding of
                Vietnamese people or of Americans. But since China is already backing
                down on this spat, it shouldn’t be a problem, eh?
                Like another poster wrote, it’s Vietnam 1 China 0.









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    15 Re: Viết linh tinh on Mon Jul 04, 2011 6:47 pm

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    16 Re: Viết linh tinh on Mon Jul 04, 2011 7:47 pm

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    hình như e căng thẳng quá mức rồi đấy..
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    hiện tại e nên đi chơi, chơi thể thao..
    học thiền hoặc yoga để đầu óc đc thoải mái..
    nếu cần thiết có thể đến bệnh viện tâm lý để đc tư vấn..
    còn về chuyện e thik làm gì..
    cái quan trọng ko phải là giỏi hay ko..
    vì con ng ko thể hoàn hảo đc đâu..
    chỉ cần e có niềm đam mê..
    và muốn làm nó là đc..
    bản thân e phải tự vận động..
    chứ ko thể ngồi ko đó mà nói ko đc..
    nếu cứ thế chẳng mấy chốc e sẽ bị trầm cảm..
    mà ng trầm cảm rất dễ dẫn đến khả năng tự tử..
    vì đầu óc lúc đó ko bình thường nữa..
    hãy giải tỏa stress cho bản thân e đi..
    nếu e muốn mọi ng biết sự tồn tại của e..
    thì bản thân e phải có ước mơ, mục đích..
    và cố gắng phấn đấu vì mục đích đó..
    hơn nữa..
    e đã bao h tâm sự, nói chuyện với gia đình chưa?..
    e đã mở lòng với mọi ng xung quanh e chưa?..
    e đừng nghĩ e cô đơn..
    chẳng qua là e có chịu mở lòng mình ra hay ko mà thôi..
    nếu như e đến với mọi ng xung quanh..
    bằng tình cảm chân thành..
    thì họ sẽ đón nhận e thôi..
    khi đó e sẽ ko còn cảm giác cô đơn nữa đâu..
    hãy thư giãn đi nhé..
    làm những điều mình thik chứ đừng sợ mình làm ko tốt mà từ bỏ nó..
    cuộc sống diễn ra ko hề phẳng lặng đâu..
    nó có nhiều khó khăn và thử thách..
    quan trọng là phải biết đón nhận và vượt qua nó..
    chúc may mắn..

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