Juan Bandido shares his top reasons why we should boycott China and Chinese made products. In just a little over 3 decades, China has managed to produce about 90% of all worldwide consumer goods and they are still. How do they manage to do this? More importantly, what is the impact of this massive growth to our economy?Read More
Look! Maps from the Song and Ming Dynasties debunk China’s “Since Ancient Times” Claim to the South China Sea.
USS Lassen- Chinese Destroyer: “Hey, what are you guys doing this Saturday? Oh, we got pizza and wings. What are you guys eating? Oh, we’re doing this. Hey, we’re planning for Halloween as well.” A hope for humanity in the South China Sea?
China sends armed jet fighters to the Spratlys at the wake of US Patrol in South China Sea disputed region.
The official press agency of the People’s Republic of China, the Xinhua News Agency, calls the Philippines Fickle and Lacks Vision for not “caving-in” to Beijing.
China’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Lu Kang states that the “court ruling is null and void.”
Chinese Navy Commander warns that a minor incident in the South China Sea could spark war.
This contains the full text of the Permanent Court of Arbitration Ruling on the Philippine Case Vs China
Chen Jinguo of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) says “claims of sovereignty over the islands are based on historical occupation.”
In building and inaugurating lighthouses in the Spratlys, 470nm from Hainan, is China trying to exploit an UNCLOS legal loophole?
Admiral Scott Swift, Commander of US Pacific Fleet, says that it is up to Washington policymakers to give the go signal for the navy to patrol within 12 nautical miles of the artificial islands in the South China Sea.
Chinese bloggers in GlobalTimes calls Filipinos Stupid Cockroaches. Maids. Whores.
GlobalTimes Editorial: If the US encroaches on China’s core interests, the Chinese military will stand up and use force to stop it.
Chinese Ship Sinks Vietnamese Fishing Vessel: Chinese Ship Sinks Vietnamese Fishing Vessel: Another Vietnamese Fishing vessel is sunk by a Chinese ship in the disputed Paracel Islands in the South China Sea.
In October 14, 2015, in a press conference in Beijing regarding the artificial islands in the South China Sea, Hua Chunying, China’s Spokesperson for its Ministry of Foreign Affairs, stated that the construction carried out on relevant islands and reefs is mainly to satisfy civilian needs, provide more public goods and services to the region, and better fulfill China’s international obligations.
A Chinese study envisions a first phase lasting 4-6 days in which 5-7,000 sea mines would be deployed into the water. That would be followed by a second phase planting another 7,000 mines. For a reference point, that total number of mines would exceed the number placed around Japan in Operation Starvation in 1945–the very effective U.S. military campaign referenced above.