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    hi guys,
    what is your opinion about this issue?
    "the heart has its reasons which reasons cannot understand"....
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by jalmz View Post
    hi guys,
    what is your opinion about this issue?
    We can't afford to fight CHINA if this case will become worse. We are outnumbered.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff View Post
    We can't afford to fight CHINA if this case will become worse. We are outnumbered.
    That is one of the disadvantages of this POPULATION CONTROL program of the government... He he he1

    The government allowed China to explore our natural resources! That is a blatant violation of the constitution.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by agta View Post
    That is one of the disadvantages of this POPULATION CONTROL program of the government... He he he1

    The government allowed China to explore our natural resources! That is a blatant violation of the constitution.
    Do you know that when chinese people hold their hands together, they can completely path the diameter of our planet.
     

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    Kung talagang trip ng China agawin sa atin completely after exhausting our deplomatic negotiation ang Spratley, sa palagay ba kaya natin may laban tayo sa kanila in terms of arms? Kung ako ibigay ko na. Baka hindi pa naka lipad ang mga vintage fighter planes bagsak agad. Yung ngang trainer planes nagkandahulog na nga di pa giyera yun ha. Sa hand to hand combat nalang ay pataypatayan na outnumbered na tayo dagdag na magaling pa sila sa kungfu ay wala na. Bigay na. Toonan na lang ng pansin ay yung CARP, dapat ma resolve yan, sariling lupa dayuhan ka nako yan ang dapat tingnan ng senado at congress.
     

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    im sure, US will help us. =)
    "the heart has its reasons which reasons cannot understand"....
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by jalmz View Post
    im sure, US will help us. =)
    Mahirap din yan, kasi may deplomatic ties ang kano at ang intsik din. In fact mas benefited ang kano sa tsina kay sa atin. Defintely hands off ang kano dyan. Mangyayari dyan, both our country and China will settle multi sharing agreenment nalang talaga with other aseans pero kung solohin natin basi sa base line na sinasabi mahirap mangyari yan, gulo aabutin. Napaligiran pa naman tayo ng mga sakop na bansa ng tsina.



    U.S.-China Caucus Calls for Greater Diplomatic Ties with Beijing
    U.S. lawmaker urges expanded "diplomatic infrastructure," language classes



    By Todd Bullock
    Washington File Staff Writer



    Washington -- China should be the primary diplomatic relationship for the United States in the 21st century, says Congressman Mark Kirk, co-chair of the U.S.-China Working Group in the U.S. House of Representatives.

    To prepare, the United States "must expand its diplomatic infrastructure in China as well as our teaching of Chinese language in U.S. schools," Kirk said February 8 at a forum organized by the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies.

    Kirk, a Republican from Illinois and a member of the House Appropriations Committee, traveled to China January 8-17 with Representative Rick Larsen, a Democrat from Washington and a member of the House Armed Services Committee.

    According to Kirk, one of the trip's goals was to build the "foundations for relationships between U.S. legislators and Chinese leaders."

    Larsen, co-chair of the House U.S.-China Working Group, said the two "worked with the central leadership in Beijing every day, which is an intense level of activity for our congressional group."

    The House U.S.-China Working Group is a 35-member bipartisan caucus that seeks to increase Congress's understanding of China and expand political, economic, military and cultural ties with Chinese leaders.

    MILITARY COOPERATION

    Kirk told the audience that during a meeting with Defense Minister Cao Gangchuan he urged greater military cooperation between U.S. and Chinese military forces, including a direct telephone link between the Pentagon and the Chinese Ministry of National Defense.

    "This would facilitate more technical military-to-military discussions" between the United States and China," he said.

    The issue of unrest within China's interior provinces along with the inequality of development between eastern and western China is a source of concern with China's leadership, according to Kirk.

    "Increased foreign investment and trade can help China redress those key problems, leading to greater stability in the country," he said. "This is where a cooperative relationship with the United States can address their policy agenda."

    ECONOMIC ISSUES

    Briefing on a meeting with China's Minister of Commerce Bo Xilai, Larsen said "Minister Bo pledged to send an intellectual property rights ombudsman to the Chinese Embassy in Washington and commit significant amounts of money to purchase licensed software for the Chinese government." (See Protecting Intellectual Property Rights.)

    The congressmen also met with Chinese business leaders and connected them with other U.S. legislators to provide Congress with a Chinese business perspective of U.S.-China trade relations.

    In addition to meeting with Chinese leaders in Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong, the congressmen traveled to cities located in China's interior, such as Lanzhou and Xining.

    HEALTH AND SCIENCE

    During their January visit, the congressmen received the first-ever briefing from Chinese Ministry of Health officials for members of the U.S. Congress on China's response to avian influenza, or bird flu. (See Bird Flu (Avian Influenza).)

    Additionally, the congressmen were the first foreign delegation allowed to visit the Jiu Quan Space Center in Inner Mongolia, the principal launching site for China's space rockets and satellites.

    "The space center is a visible demonstration of China's commitment to manned space missions for the long-haul, and is another opportunity for dialogue and cooperation between the United States and China," Larsen said.

    China completed its first manned space flight, Shenzhou V, in October 2003 followed by a successful second flight in October 2005. One of China's long-term goals in space is to build and deploy a large-scale space station.

    "We could do some prior planning to stage rescue missions for downed astronauts," Larsen said.

    CULTURAL CONNECTIONS

    Both congressmen cited the need for other members of Congress to visit China.

    "Our best interest is in engagement with China, where we can work toward common goals and solve shared problems, " Larsen said.

    Kirk also announced he is working with local officials to name 2009 the "Year of China" for the city of Chicago, complete with a series of cultural festivals. In this way, he said, Chicago residents will become much more aware of China and its relations with the United States.

    "The 21st century will not be a happy one if China and the United States are against each other," Kirk said. "There is a significant opportunity for both countries to enjoy unparalleled prosperity if we cooperate."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff View Post
    Do you know that when chinese people hold their hands together, they can completely path the diameter of our planet.
    Sabi ng iba, "hot na hot daw sa kama" itong mga Intsik. Kaya hayon, dumami ng dumami at nagkalat na sa mundo. Darating siguro ang panahon na ang mga Filipino ay magiging dugo at mukhang Intsik na rin. Filipino nalang sa pangalan pero mga Intsik na ang pinanggalingan. Sila na ang magpapatakbo ng pamahalaan.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by agta View Post
    Sabi ng iba, "hot na hot daw sa kama" itong mga Intsik. Kaya hayon, dumami ng dumami at nagkalat na sa mundo. Darating siguro ang panahon na ang mga Filipino ay magiging dugo at mukhang Intsik na rin. Filipino nalang sa pangalan pero mga Intsik na ang pinanggalingan. Sila na ang magpapatakbo ng pamahalaan.

    Hehehe kung hot lang pag uusapan mas hot ang pinoy biro mo sa liit ng bansa natin 80M+ na tayo hehehe hindi uso withdrawal sa atin kaya lugi ang rain coat. Madami ang intsik dahil alaw sa kanila malami asawa hehehe. At saka malibog pa ngggeeekkk. Nangyari ang pampadami nila ng maraming pinatay sa kanila sa panahon ng pananakop ng mga KAN.
     

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