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Large number of Chinese troops seen heading for China-Vietnam border

A People's Liberation Army tank heads to the China-Vietnam border

A People’s Liberation Army tank heads to the China-Vietnam border

A large number of People’s Liberation Army troops have reportedly been spotted heading towards the ChinaVietnam border as tensions between the two countries continue to escalate, reports Hong Kong’s Sing Tao Daily. Sing Tao Daily is generally considered to be aligned to Chinese state media.

Thousands of Chinese nationals living or on business in Vietnam have already fled the country amid anti-China riots, which were sparked by a tense standoff between Chinese and Vietnamese naval ships near a Chinese oil rig in disputed waters off the Paracel Islands in the South China Sea on May 4.

The Chinese foreign ministry confirmed Friday that at least two Chinese nationals have been killed and nearly a hundred were injured during violent protests last week that saw dozens of Chinese, Taiwanese and Hong Kong factories set on fire. The UK’s Guardian claims as many as 21 people have died.

As yet another large-scale anti-China protest was scheduled for Sunday, Chinese netizens reported seeing an “endless stream” of PLA soldiers in full combat gear at Chongzuo train station, apparently on their way to the 97-kilometre China-Vietnam border at Pingxiang city in southern China’s Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region. The soldiers were said to have been accompanied by tanks, armoured vehicles, missile launchers and other heavy artillery.

Pingxiang was where the Sino-Vietnamese War of 1979 began, and locals are reportedly preparing to evacuate the area out of fears of an imminent military conflict.

Last week, Beijing denied that PLA troops had been sent to Guangxi and also denied reports that neighbouring Yunnan province had been put on high alert and escalated to combat readiness levels, but that has not stopped rumours of a military response to the Vietnam riots from continuing.

Update 19th May 2014 – Epoch Times reports:

Troops, tanks, trucks, artillery, and armored personnel carriers of China’s military were seen heading to the Vietnamese border on May 16 and 17, according to photographs taken by by residents near the border.

Chinese netizens have been posting photographs of the large movement of the People’s Liberation Army, many of them showing Chinese troops in full combat gear heading to the local train station in Chongzuo, along with military vehicles.

One netizen said the Chinese military was taking the train from the Chongzuo station to Pingxiang City, which shares a 60-mile border with Vietnam. The netizen said that the Huu Nghi Border Gate to Vietnam is also now closed.

One of the photos, taken from inside a passenger train, shows the Chinese military preparing artillery for transport on a train track. Others show Chinese troops and military vehicles traveling along dirt roads.

Another photograph shows troops walking under the red-colored entrance to the Longzhou International Building Materials Market, on Provincial Road in the city of Chongzuo.

reverse image search of each of the photographs using Google indicated that the photographs had appeared on the Internet only recently. Most were indexed by Google on Saturday.

Collectively, the images and eyewitness reports from the ground show what Taiwanese media are calling an “endless stream” of Chinese troops.

One netizen, with the username Zhiyuan0703, echoed a common sentiment on the Chinese social media site, “Conflict between China and Vietnam is imminent.”

China is currently involved in territorial conflicts with nearly all its neighbours.

Source: wantchinatimes – “PLA troops spotted near China-Vietnam border”
Source: Epoch Times – Chinese Military Said to Be Massing Near the Vietnam Border (+Photos)

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114 thoughts on “Large number of Chinese troops seen heading for China-Vietnam border

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    Large number of Chinese troops seen heading for China-Vietnam border


    Posted by genomega1 | May 18, 2014, 10:19 pm
    • Vietnam will always be a colony of the glorious China/Japan/France

      lol u fags be mad


      Posted by Brandon Tran | May 20, 2014, 12:48 am
      • and they all were defeated idiot


        Posted by Henry | May 21, 2014, 1:44 am
      • I am happy as a Vietnamese to fight. We are ready to fight. Long time no war.


        Posted by hoxudu | June 2, 2014, 6:16 pm
      • Reply to Hoxudu

        Subduing the enemy by stratagem is the best of best; by diplomacy, the second best, by fighting in the field, the third alternative; by attacking cities, the last resort.

        –The Art of War by Sun Tzu

        Sorry, I am a Chinese but prefer stratagem and diplomacy.I am not responsible for the troops’ movement. In fact, I believe Deng Xiaoping’s war with Vietnam was a stupid mistake.


        Posted by chankaiyee2 | June 2, 2014, 7:36 pm
      • @Chankaiyee2- I appreciate your comments. I hope that someday China can see reason and practice diplomacy. The CCP criticizes the western world for their colonialism and imperialism but at the end of the day acts just like the western world, at least in regards to their immediate neighbors. I for one would be happy if China threw off the chains of the past and came into the future as a true foil for the western powers and the central bankers rather than simply a new imperial master.


        Posted by Bung Bu | June 3, 2014, 1:39 am
      • CHANKAIYEE2: My point is that China now want to invade the neighbors. China refuse going to international courts and don’t respect international law. Chinese want to rule the world by power? If so, we feel so honor to protect our country by any means. It’s a shame that China is the country where Confucianism were born but now they are become invaders and say lie to the world!


        Posted by hoxudu | June 3, 2014, 11:03 pm
      • Hoxudu:

        I remain opposed to military solution. I do not believe Chinese or Vietnamese leaders are so stupid as to fight a war for resolution of the disputes. Both sides must be patient to negotiate a solution. Chinese leader has to focus on China’s domestic issues. Tension with Vietnam helps him to rally people around him to deal with domestical issues vital to Chinese Communist Party’s survival; therefore, the troops’ movement aims at easing Chinese people’s anger and scaring Vietnam. China is not strong enough now to start a war in Asia especially due to Powerful US presence.

        Vietnam if wants international support, had better resort to international arbitration, though I am not sure Vietnam will win. China bases its claim on history. The nine-dash line exists long before UN Law of Sea Convention. Like all law it has no retrospective effect. Besides, it is an international treaty effective only on those who are parties to the treaty. UN can do nothing if China withdraws from the treaty.

        The worst alternative for Vietnam is to seek the US or Japan’s help to incur Chinese people’s enmity. Vietnam will not get real help from them. The obvious trend now is the US will be defeated by China due to its outdated Air-Sea Battle strategy. We are in a space era. China’s strategy of integrated space and sea capabilities is much superior.

        I am writing a book on that in the hope that the US will corect its strategy, but I do not think my book will have such big effect. In the face of China’s strategy, Vietnam cannot be a player as it has no space capability.

        I hope China will follow its sages’ teachings and be friends with other countries. The possibility is quite big judging by the popularity of Chinese classics in China now. However, I can do nothing but use my pen to support China whne it is correct and denouce it when it commits aggression..


        Posted by chankaiyee2 | June 4, 2014, 2:00 pm
    • this ened badly for china before and it ended badly for the US and France before that. China would do well to remember the history of those countries that attempt to invade Vietnam


      Posted by the kid | May 20, 2014, 2:19 am
    • relax….the pied prince has relinquished the field…….but you already knew that right?


      Posted by suibne | May 20, 2014, 3:54 am
    • I think I should put off my vacation to Vietnam.


      Posted by mike | May 20, 2014, 4:11 am
    • Good grief! More wars have started up & are on the verge of starting under Obama around the world than I think of any other US president in history. Lets see, Syria, Libya, Egypt’s on the edge of the abyss, Boco Harem, Putin annexing Crimea & threatening Ukraine, Iran building nukes, China pissing off Japan, the Philippines, aw heck, all of its neighbors! I thought O was going to bring everlasting peace & tranquility among nations? Beam me up Scotty, its getting deep!


      Posted by Chris Landreneau | May 20, 2014, 9:40 am
  2. A message from Vietnam, do you know?

    Dear peoples of the world – those who love peace,China is violating Vietnam’s sovereignty. They are violating Vietnam’s law as well as UNCLOS 1982 and the United Nations Charter. Therefore, we look forwards to your help to protect our country.

    Dear Chinese people,
    In the past, China has been invaded by other countries, so Chinese people also feel the pain and the loss when a foreign country was invaded.I am a child of Vietnam. Certainly you can understand my feelings when our sovereignty is infringed by your army.China has been invaded by other countries, so Chinese people also feel the pain and the loss when a foreign country was invaded.Our nation has experienced many struggles with your country and other empires. We had lost so much. Therefore, we want to live in peace, friendship and cooperation. We always hope that our both countries will follow the desire and achievements that were gained by a great effort of President Ho Chi Minh and President Mao Zedong as well as the predecessors of the two countries. We hope that our country will follow the slogan about friendship that President Ho Chi Minh said, “We are comrades as well as brothers”, as the lyrics of composer Do Nhuan’s song, Vietnam – China: “Vietnam – China, joined by mountains, joined by rivers, sharing Eastern Sea, an friendship, early like the dawn.”I am sure that you also want to live in peace, we do too. War is painful and death. War causes countless families to be in afflictive situations. Our wounds due to wars haven’t been healed. We don’t want to suffer that great pain once more time.However, if that happens, all Vietnamese people are willing to sacrifice once more time to protect our freedom and independence. Our 90 million people are ready to protect our country together.


    Posted by Latrobe | May 19, 2014, 11:11 am
    • China does not and will never listen especially now that they have the power, especially that the issue at hand is of immeasurable potential resource. I may sound war-mongering but I have seen this before in history. The world never runs out of evil. No doubt we Filipinos are one with you and every besieged neighbor.


      Posted by Elmer Nev Valenzuela | May 19, 2014, 11:56 am
      • This is a test run for the Chinese. They want to see how well their military will do.


        Posted by Leftovers | May 20, 2014, 1:56 am
    • This is our homeland, where Chinese government has been doing legal sovereignty by all means. We don’t want to see any violation or even wars. But, Vietnamese already initiated it by explore our resources, killing our people and burning our property. Then, they begins to talk about “peace” and “friendship”?
      If those stupid attitude and actions are still going on in the near future, it’s no doubt a suicide.


      Posted by Maxx | May 19, 2014, 1:30 pm
      • Please prove that this is your “homeland”. No one has accepted this fact, except China.


        Posted by VND | May 19, 2014, 5:48 pm
      • Look around the world and find out who accept this except a few Chinese?


        Posted by Show_Game | May 19, 2014, 6:32 pm
      • Dear friend, This is just like what Chinese did with Japanese. But, This is just made by small group of people who who was agitated by Hostiles. VN loves peace (Like most of Chinese – I think). First of all, Chinese government should follows and respects all world’s rules, all commitments that they sign with other country.
        I hope peace for me, for you and for everyone!!!


        Posted by Toan Sel | May 19, 2014, 10:56 pm
      • China has long wanted Vietnam. It lost a war on the apparently weakened country many years ago. China wants another chance to overpower a neighbor while the US and other countries are off- balance.


        Posted by MikeSpike | May 20, 2014, 4:26 am
      • Friend be warned, Vietnam has been in conflict for many years. China may be a large strong country but so was France and the US. You may win the battle but they will eventually prevail.


        Posted by D. K. Wimmer | May 20, 2014, 6:23 am
      • Dear Chinese people,

        If the war would happen between Vietnam-China, who would be lost? China government? China top leaders? Vietnam government? Vietnam top leaders?, I bet non of them would be lost, but only Chinese and Vietnamese civilians. If the war happens, I bet non of china top leaders would lead and go in the front line, not like in the past. Is it worthy to bring up the war about the dispute water and against the world to sacrifice their own people lives, or because it is just an excuse of the china government to protect their own power? and a lot more and more, if you think about it.


        Posted by james | May 20, 2014, 8:32 am
      • Nothing good will come out of what China is doing.


        Posted by Rob Nema | May 20, 2014, 8:53 am
      • Chinese have stupid acts to show their strength in current time. They dont know that they have been completely isolated in the world with their illegal actions. They not only cannot gain their bad purpose but also are strongly abortive. You can see the way that your government have been doing in Vietnam’s water and other places. I* cant understand the line which is painted by chinese in the sea.


        Posted by nobel | May 26, 2014, 11:51 pm
    • US is considered bad guys in your country, and I am sure Vietnam will not come to them for help so I cannot do anything here.


      Posted by Jason | May 20, 2014, 1:31 am
      • The Vietnamese people bear no ill will towards the US. I’m not sure why people think that is so.


        Posted by Bung Bu | May 21, 2014, 7:55 am
    • “President Ho Chi Minh and President Mao Zedong…”

      There is a pair to be proud of…LOL


      Posted by Todd V | May 20, 2014, 4:40 am
    • China wants your resources. China has much larger goals than just your resources. Vietnam will not be able to stop China from taking them over if it is in the long term interest of China to acquire Vietnam. Who will defend Vietnam from the Chinese take over? No one.


      Posted by H | May 20, 2014, 4:47 am
    • If my historical memory serves, the Chinese did an invasion in the late ’70s, and the Vietnamese kicked their collective butts outs with a decisive military action. But there is a lot of gold mining happening in Vietnam these days. Maybe China will be extra motivated this rime,


      Posted by BJenkum | May 20, 2014, 7:04 am
    • It’s the time that Vietnam must get the return to your worst sin on earth of invasion other neighboring countries such Cambodia.

      Vietnam had invaded Cambodia more then 50 years now which has stolen 21 provinces, Prey Nokor from Cambodia where is known as Hochi Ming today.

      Vietnam is the worst country of the world to the history. They’ve used all kinds of invaded tricks in order to stronghold their illegal ambitious territory.

      Reaching today, Vietnam not just only stole and robbed Cambodia territory and other countries such Lao, but also has controlled those government directly and indirectly since they have left their secret spies in each government as the top officials and high ranking authority. Their ambition is invade and stronghold Cambidia and other neighboring countries 100% as possible as they can.

      And now it’s their sin time return. Vietnam will pay even a small piece to their worst sin on earth because they’re the one who created Pol Pot Regime and killed more than 3 million of Khmer People. To the outside look, the world saw that China was behind Khmer Rough to support everything, but in face, Vietnam was the real one who order their secret agents to do everything. They then pretended to fight and damaged Pol Pot regime to rescue Cambodia.

      No matter whatever you do, the God is still on the heaven to see your sin. You’ll pay everything even to a pin size. Just wait and see what you’ll get for your ambitious invasion to your neiboring countries.

      >> Cambodia of course now cannot fight you for our freedom and peace, but not sure other powerful countries such China. In short, Sin is Sin; just sooner or later…!


      Posted by Khmer Farmer | May 20, 2014, 12:49 pm
      • Uhh, yeah and Vietnam invaded Cambodia when the Khmer Rouge were exterminating 25% of the population. If it weren’t for Vietnam stopping the Khmer Rouge chances are you wouldn’t be alive to write this crap. You certainly wouldn’t have been allowed near a computer if the Khmer Rouge were still in power. In fact you’d have been killed merely for knowing what a computer was.


        Posted by Bung Bu | May 20, 2014, 1:26 pm
      • You should know about history before posting your comment. Many VN’s soldiers sacrificed for you peace


        Posted by Toan Sel | May 20, 2014, 11:36 pm
      • This is the scum comment i’ve ever read. You don’t understand the history do you? What did Vietnam help K? To kick Khmer Rouge out of your country and give your brain a chance sitting here to post the shameful comment like this? A traitor!!!


        Posted by Peter | May 22, 2014, 12:06 am
      • Are you an idiot? Wait, rhetorical question… since you have beyond 35 dislikes and 2 likes on your idiotic comment.
        You claim we do invaded tricks – which doesn’t even make sense. However we all get the point. It is a bit ironic though… China is the most shiftiest country ever. Not only in war but in Olympics -forcing children to enter competition to show superiority over the world when they had out played the rest of the contestant. You over-looked the rules and cheated the system. In addition you talk about harmony as your quote in the Olympics.

        Harmony… and yet you are invading Vietnam’s land. Vietnam Invaded Cambodia because they have seen the disgusting act demonstrated by their own movement upon educated people. Killing thousands of children, adults and the elderly who has been educated for what? You say they can’t fight us….IT IS MORE LIKE, THEY DO NOT WANT TO FIGHT US BECAUSE WE ARE AT PEACE.

        You claim we are invading, yet you are sending soldiers closer to our door. You claim we are invading…. yet other countries such as Japan, Philippines and Taiwan are having tensions with you to? WE are invading? If we are invading… why isn’t other countries having tensions with us?

        It’s clear to everyone, that every person who tries to support China in any form on this media have said statement such as ‘you will pay’ or ‘ you are invading, it is your fault’ Not one Chinese-supporter has said anything regarding peace or shown any sympathy towards the matter. There has been countless Vietnamese people asking to show friendship and companionship, love for human and people. However not one ounce of love has been shown from Chinese-supporters.

        Keep that in mind.


        Posted by Jason | May 24, 2014, 12:00 pm
      • Go to bed kid! Or learn your history of combidia…


        Posted by Jupiterjimble | May 29, 2014, 5:27 pm
  3. The US didn’t learn from Russia’s experience in Afghanistan.

    The Chinese won’t learn from the US experience in Vietnam.

    Vietnam beat the French, Vietnam beat the USA, Vietnam beat the Khmer Rouge.

    My money is on Vietnam. If China invades I’ll give Vietnam 5:1 Within 12 years


    Posted by Ian Albitz | May 19, 2014, 11:58 pm
    • LOL… a thousand year … Chinese never won. The losing spirit in their blood


      Posted by Peter | May 22, 2014, 12:08 am
    • I am a vietnamese and i agreed with most of what you said except Vietnam did not technically beat the U.S. If it was an all out war, vietnam stand no where near the U.S military might in term of weapons and resource. U.S abandoned South Vietnam. China has always been a bigger country with more people since ancient time, ( almost tenfold in population), and invaded Vietnam out of greed. Although occupied by China at times, vietnam was always able to drive the Chinese out at the end. China is known by the world as an aggressor and greedy country. So China maybe very strong with its big military, but it never earn the respect of people from around the world.


      Posted by Jason | May 22, 2014, 5:48 am
  4. Someone call John McCain. He’ll suggest boots on the ground.


    Posted by gregbuls | May 20, 2014, 1:39 am
  5. Oops, looks like the vietcong over played their hand. Lets see how Obarry handles this.


    Posted by alan | May 20, 2014, 1:40 am
  6. China needs to remember the last attempt at invading Vietnam –a stinging rebuke and laughable unpreparedness of China’s military…


    Posted by Chris Long | May 20, 2014, 2:21 am
  7. Obama: this is the price of you looking like a pussy and pushover: China and Russia on the move to conquer.


    Posted by Jack Archer | May 20, 2014, 2:34 am
  8. To the Vietnamese people.
    It seems that you need the help of the West now. Don’t think for a moment that we will help. You murdered your own people. Tortured US servicemen. Now you ask for justice? It’s payback time. Good luck, you’ll need it.


    Posted by Savage | May 20, 2014, 2:42 am
    • Oh please they fought a civil war… No different than America did, so of course countrymen were killed. As for the torture well we’ve kinda turned a blind eye on that one in the name of safety haven’t we. So let’s not be hypocritical. China needs to get a black eye I’d rather it be done with American weapons or money than American lives.


      Posted by Bill Benson | May 27, 2014, 5:16 pm
  9. Vietnam is extremely difficult terrain to fight in. China will find it no easier to fight than the USA did.. The Vietnamese will use proven tactics regardless of who has the technological advantage.


    Posted by MC | May 20, 2014, 3:14 am
  10. Posted from the USA, good luck China. The Vietnamese are tougher than you think they are.


    Posted by Mitchell King | May 20, 2014, 3:16 am
  11. Looks like those old tunnels from 1968 might be coming in handy soon


    Posted by JB | May 20, 2014, 3:16 am
  12. Obama will be mad as hell when he reads this.


    Posted by Hyon Kim | May 20, 2014, 4:05 am
  13. Shorty, The Vietnamese government is not smart. Making Vietnam people work like slaves. On the other hand, they’re very lazy and not smart to deal with other countries but they don’t admit it.for the next generation. They’ve controlled the country for 39 years, look what they’ve done for protecting the country, just been taking a lot money for their own pockets, plus, arrest people who showing the love to their own country against China.
    in my opinions, the burning factories, i think this was China’s plan not Vietnamese.did it .Vietnamese just focus on Chinese companies because of China oil rig in Vietnam but the Vietnam government can’t see it because they’ve been under China, they’re afraid of leaving by China. The world see this relations between 2 of them. The Vietnamese government has allowed flooding of Chinese into Vietnam easily and now it’s hard to know who is Vietnamese or Chinese.I hope you guys don’t miss this point.


    Posted by Trandl Tran | May 20, 2014, 4:33 am
  14. “China is currently involved in territorial conflicts with nearly all its neighbours.”

    This is flat-out wrong. Except for India, Bhutan (and possibly North Korea) China has no land-border disputes.. Only maritime disputes, which harly include “nearly all” China’s neighbors.


    Posted by Balthazar | May 20, 2014, 4:56 am
  15. Too bad “Godzilla” isn’t real…


    Posted by po pi pong | May 20, 2014, 4:59 am
  16. The USA Nobel Peace Prize winning president will do nothing to stop China from using it’s power to bully it’s neighbors.. S.Korea, Japan, Philippines, Others –> you’re on your own.. Time to put your differences aside and band together or get stomped on one at a time by China..


    Posted by Steve | May 20, 2014, 5:29 am
  17. It’s all BULL!


    Posted by Oilman | May 20, 2014, 5:35 am
  18. China, like Russia, will begin the process of what they call “re-aquiring” every country around them. This is standard protocol for communist countries with military as their base of support. Without a strong US (Obama as the absolute failure here) there is little deterrent. Add to this Clinton having sold US tech to China to fund his “presidential library” to the tune of over 300M (China was the largest contributor to this non-profit), then it is not hard to see a future of sad days ahead for humanity, such as it is.


    Posted by danny rose | May 20, 2014, 5:45 am
  19. as an American, tell the Chinese good luck, we learn our lessons the hard way


    Posted by j vella | May 20, 2014, 6:12 am
  20. If George Bush (or even Mitt Romney) were president, China would not be doing this. The reason China is being so aggressive is because everyone knows Obama is so weak.


    Posted by testaccount2010 | May 20, 2014, 6:20 am
  21. China better be ready, because these scrappy Vietnamese don’t know the meaning of quit. Godzilla is coming to town and he’s hungry.


    Posted by DawgByte | May 20, 2014, 7:03 am
  22. Prophecy gives us many clues. Dumitru Dudumen was shown in 1984 the coming judgement to America. A powerful angel took him up and showed him the cities of America and informed him that all these would burn in one day. When will the Russian strike occur? Immediately after the giant California earthquake. Russia will launch 3 emp’s and the following atomic rocket strike will last three days and three nights (E R Lindsey 1958 Prophecy). But when will Russia strike? According to Dumitru Dudumen ‘When America goes to war with China, Russia will strike without warning.”

    After the nuclear strike millions of Chinese infantry will pour into the west coast, killing, raping all, having mercy on none (The Hordes of Hell are Marching).. America will be pushed to the Nevada Desert where the greatest man battle in history will occur. I have had dreams of the Chinese on the shore, they were shoulder to shoulder as far as the eye could see and 1/2 km deep. Km’s ahead of this mass mob the reconnaisance line will be formed of APC’s spaced about 50 feet apart and going (again) as far as the eye can see. 3 reconnaisance soldiers will run by each APC. If this dream is accurate this is what will come upon America.


    Posted by Chris M | May 20, 2014, 7:04 am
  23. Both China and Vietnam are communist. To expect communists to respect ethical norms is to expect the lion to respect the gazelle’s ‘inherent rights’. If communism has one essential premise it is that might makes right. The will of the mob before all else. China has a much larger mob than does Vietnam. Live by the gun, die by the gun. A mob has no right to complain, when a bigger mob exerts its will.


    Posted by Geoffrey Britain | May 20, 2014, 7:35 am
  24. A communist country prepares for a conflict with another communist country. Sounds like good fun to me.


    Posted by James Fitzgerald | May 20, 2014, 7:56 am
  25. The dominos begin to fall.


    Posted by John | May 20, 2014, 9:52 am
  26. Nothing more then blatant provocation and agitation by the Chinese government. China is the next Nazi Germany. People of the world need to wake up once again and put your differences aside to pay attention.


    Posted by Scott | May 20, 2014, 10:00 am
  27. Chinaman like that, when they weak they smile and laugh, when they have the military power they expand and bullying, look at Tibet and Outer Mongolia, chinaman invaded and annexed to China, that’s why Japanese occupied during 1938 Nanking, Japan imperial army killed and stalk most chinese , because Chinaman is SICK MAN OF ASIA, when they weak they bow their head, when they are strong they invade and war, that’s why Japanese beheaded chinaman during world war II, Chinaman is just bunch of rat, because US and Europe trading with chinaman bring them to WTO now they have money they build up their military power, now they bullying Vietnam and Phillipine, the Vietnamese communist follow china communist more than half century, now dispute between these 2 communist party, let’s have a war, Chinaman communist and Vietnamese communist killing each other, so Asia can live in peace and harmony, Communist kill Communist, CHINA is stealing and copy any high tech that’s why NSA watching them. CHINA SICK MAN OF ASIA.


    Posted by toanluunguyen | May 21, 2014, 2:13 am
  28. Who said that? Your government eh?
    Look back to the past, you guys Chinese invaded Vietnemese, killed peole, tried to make this land to be your colony. But they beated you down…
    Nowsaday, the Chinese is secretly doing shitty stuff like the oil-drill, fake goods, poisoned goods and imported them illegally into Vietnam’s territory….
    And the most important thing: you Chinese are all of the kind that erogant, dirty mind, who always think that you are on the top… *thumbsdown*


    Posted by Jupiterjimble | May 29, 2014, 1:42 am
  29. Go to bed kid! Or learn your history of combidia…


    Posted by Jupiterjimble | May 29, 2014, 5:27 pm
  30. If Vietnamese communist really wants to save Vietnam from China’s invasion, they can do it, by changing the regime back to Vietnam Cong Hoa or something other than Communism. If Vietnam did that, China have no reason to invade Vietnam and claim (Rob) The territory, because Vietnam Cong Hoa never signed any agreement to give up lands to China during the war between the north/South of Vietnam.

    The North Vietnam leader Pham Van Dong somehow agreed to give up the two islands in the South if the North won the war. It’s a joke when Pham Van Dong agreed to give up the land to China when he didn’t even own.

    However, after North took over the south, China then jump in and asking the North to fulfill the promise, that’s exactly what happened today. The whole thing is just a joke and it’s only happen in communist countries.

    One guy name Ly Tong has some suggestion and I think it’s a brilliant idea, He suggestion was, if Vietnamese communist especially those in Air Force still have the heart for their own country ,they can save their mother land from China’s invasion easily. They just simply deploy 3 jets, one fly over the China Oil rig
    and fire the missile to burn the hell out of the oil rig, the other two jets, fly straight to China’s Three Gorges Dam and fire couple missile to destroy the damp. If the Three Gorges Dam in china got destroyed, you can imagine
    what is the impact to China ?? It’s a biggest disaster for China. It’s going to be much much bigger than tsunami in Japan.

    I hope China is going to get this message and rethink their greediness and illegal invasion (robbing) Vietnam and other countries.

    I also hope all countries in world would stop doing business with China, especially US. And Europe union pull all manufacturing back to US. To create Jobs for their own people and the mean time weakening China’s power and paralyze the economy so China is forced to stop invading other countries illegally.


    Posted by David | June 12, 2014, 12:31 am


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