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Sunday, September 18, 2005

Debate with SoudenJapan with the help from Sun bin

The post will fade away as I add new posts to my blog. The debate has collected 14 comments up to now. 37 more comments and 2 trackbacks can be found at the Pekingduck. It seems that SoudenJapan still don't have a clue, and insists: it is justifiable to allow the drilling in the disputed area by a Japanese company without the acknowledgement of China.

Well, I have to say: SoudenJapan, you don't sound like a man grown up in the famous law-abiding Japanese society.

You are accusing us again and again without any evidence. Now suppose the court is asking you for the evidence so that our case can be ruled. You said the attitude is the evidence. Are you joking, my friend?

Now you even plan to break the law to collect more evidence showing that we broke the law first. Do you think any judge from any court according to any law will think your arguement justifiable and issue a permit to allow you breaking the law for the sake of collecting an evidence for an imagined crime?

Sorry, I don't think so.

BTW: SoudenJapan, do you have a english or bilingual blog that I can visit. I really had hard time to follow your Japanese thinking style.


  • At 3:56 AM, Anonymous soudenjapan said…

    >You are accusing us again and again without any evidence.

    What kind of evidence are you expecting? How is the Japanese governmnet supposed to collect the kind of evidence you are demanding?

    There is no issue about the way of thinking here. This is a fairly simple case. If there is a doubt, somebody has to clear it. The Chinese government is unwilling to do it. Hence, the Japanese government has to do it on her own. What else?

    As for English-speaking Japanese website where you can discuss issues like this one, you could visit "Japan Today."

    Japan Today Forum
    Sub-catergory (China, Taiwan & Hong Kong)

  • At 3:11 PM, Blogger akinkhoo said…

    hi, i been watching this debate. it is good to see people from both sides giving their arguement. :-)

    i am a singaporean (an oversea chinese), currently serving in our airforce as required by our nation :-P i might be slightly bias toward china but i have my respect for modern japan.

    ok, enjoy with my intro. :-X

    to my understanding, neither country have handle the problem at all. both sides are blaming each other and getting away with it.

    Japan are still using the treaty with US which 'suggest' japan controls senkaku. which was later rephased by US to ease china's concern.

    china's claim of the EEZ is directly related to the island as the island's position will support the claim.

    while it is true that china hasn't claim the EEZ or islands before oil and gas became a concerned. the islands were recorded as part of Taiwan which the japanese returned to china after the war. is it therefore incorrect for China/Taiwan to reclaim the island again?

    or does japan intends to hold on to this spoils of war which the chinese has overlook in the past?

    i believe the chinese handle it poorly because of other outstanding issues, but japan need to accept fact and stop 'revising history' of the islands.


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