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C'est vieille comme le monde, cette disposition...c'est la vie comme dit souvent ma fille...kékéké




Cambodia’s opposition appeals to Cambodians to help Chinese tourists and investors fleeing Vietnam




The Cambodia Herald, May 16, 2014

PHNOM PENH (The Cambodia Herald) -- The Cambodian opposition party today appealed to the Cambodian people to lend helpful hands to the Chinese tourist and investors who escaped from violence in Vietnam.

“ In light of the current unrest in Vietnam affecting people of Chinese descent, the CNRP appeals to all Cambodians to extend a helping hand to any people fleeing political violence in the neighboring country,” the CNRP said in its statement released today.

“Please provide them with any assistance they may need, especially food, shelter and protection, in accordance with humanitarian principles, Buddhist precepts and the Khmer traditional hospitality,” the CNRP added.




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China asks Cambodia to protect its citizens from Vietnam





The Cambodia Herald, May 16, 2014

PHNOM PENH (The Cambodia Herald) – China appealed to Cambodia to ensure security for its citizens who entered the Kingdom to escape from anti-China riots in Vietnam, Cambodian Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman said Friday.

Koy Kuong said that China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs sent a letter yesterday to Cambodia, asking to safeguard security for its Chinese citizens who fled to Cambodia.

The Cambodian Government made necessary arrangements for the Chinese citizens who entered Cambodia from Vietnam, Kuong said.

The spokesman also said that Cambodia will not allow any foreigners to use its territory to hold protests against another country, and will not allow Vietnamese people to commit violence on the Chinese people living in Cambodia.

Over 700 Chinese tourists and investors in Vietnam have crossed the border to Cambodia via Bavet border checkpoints to escape from the anti-China protests following the China’s employment of an oil rig in disputed South China sea.


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Des chinois et des vietnamiens se disputent souvent pour des problèmes de territoire et des intérêts divergeant mais ils ne sont pas moins frères.
Ils finissent toujours par s'entendre. Les deux populations se mélangent facilement. S'il y a un choix à faire, les chinois préféreront les vietnamiens plutôt que des cambodgiens.
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Des chinois et des vietnamiens se disputent souvent pour des problèmes de territoire et des intérêts divergeant mais ils ne sont pas moins frères.
Ils finissent toujours par s'entendre. Les deux populations se mélangent facilement. S'il y a un choix à faire, les chinois préféreront les vietnamiens plutôt que des cambodgiens.



Un peu de vrai et un peu de faux.

Par expérience, les Chinois vietnamiens préfèrent se présenter Chinois plutôt que Viets. Par expérience, les Chinois préfèrent la chair blanche, comme tout le monde.


Mais quand arrive la question patrimoinial, il n'y plus de frères et de soeurs, il n'y a que les testaments.


Mais, en tout ka, pour l'instance, ça nous arrange... c'est politique kékéké






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China evacuates thousands of citizens from Vietnam after deadly attacks


By Jethro Mullen, CNN

May 18, 2014




Hong Kong (CNN) -- China has evacuated more than 3,000 of its citizens from Vietnam and is sending ships to retrieve more of them after deadly anti-Chinese violence erupted last week over a territorial dispute between the two countries.

Five Chinese ships will travel to Vietnam to help with the evacuation, the official Chinese news agency Xinhua reported Sunday, citing the Ministry of Transport. One of the ships has already set off from the southern island province of Hainan, the ministry said.

Sixteen critically injured Chinese citizens were flown out of Vietnam on Sunday morning on a chartered medical plane organized by Chinese authorities, Xinhua said.


Two Chinese citizens were killed and more than 100 others were injured in the violence that hit parts of Vietnam last week, according to the news agency. Some of the worst violence appeared to have taken place in the central coastal province of Ha Tinh.

Foreign factories, particularly those run by companies from China and Taiwan, were burned and looted by rioters outraged over Beijing's decision to send an oil rig into waters of the South China Sea that both countries claim as sovereign territory.


Protests spin out of control

Vietnamese authorities initially allowed protests, which are usually forbidden in the country, to take place over the Chinese move. But after the unrest spiraled lethally out of control, the government tried to rein in its angry citizens.


On Saturday, the government sent out a series of text messages to cell-phone users saying Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung was urging people "not to participate in illegal protests that cause public disorder and harm social safety."

Chinese officials have repeatedly called on Vietnam to take action over the riots, protect Chinese citizens and help victims.


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Mon sage ami m'a dit une fois, n'écoutes pas ce que disent les Viets. Je lui a répondu, je ne les écoute pas, je ne comprend pas le viet. kékéké....


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By CHRIS BRUMMITT AND HAU DINH | Associated Press – May 18, 2014

HANOI, Vietnam (AP) — Vietnamese authorities forcibly broke up small protests against China in two cities on Sunday, after deadly anti-China rampages over a flaring territorial dispute risked damaging the economy and spooked a state used to keeping a tight grip on its people.

In southern Ho Chi Minh City, police dragged away several demonstrators from a park in the city center. In Hanoi, authorities closed off streets and a park close to the Chinese Embassy and pushed journalists and protesters away. Police were posted outside well-known dissidents houses, preventing them from leaving, according to activists.

China, meanwhile, said it had dispatched the first of five ships to Vietnam to speed up the evacuation of any its citizens wanting to leave.

More than 3,000 Chinese have already been pulled out from Vietnam following the riots this past week that left two Chinese dead and injured about 100 others, the Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

China deployed an oil rig to a disputed patch of the South China Sea on May 1, triggering fury in Vietnam. Hanoi sent ships to confront the rig in a tense standoff with Chinese vessels. The breakdown in ties between the two countries is the most serious since 1979, when they fought a brief but bloody border war.






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Chinese flee violence in Vietnam

2014-05-21 by Griff Tapper

Having fled anti-Chinese rioting in Vietnam to Cambodia last week, a group of Chinese men gather at a temporary clinic in a Phnom Penh Chinese restaurant for support and free health checks.





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