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Posted in: Australia appalled at China’s suspended death sentence for writer Yang Hengjun See in context

This is another reason why Australia must re-establish ties with democratic ROC-Taiwan instead of cozying with the authoritarian regime in the PROC.

People are also appalled by Canberra 's full support of Beijing .

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Posted in: Chinese ships warn Japan SDF planes to leave airspace near Senkakus See in context

Japan is not building anything bigger than a da-kine pea in the Tiao Yu Tai islands precisely because Tokyo knows it doesn't belong to Nippon but to Ilan township of Taiwan, ROC.

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Posted in: Beijing steps up military pressure on Taiwan See in context

The PROC is an authoritarian state.

Taiwan, ROC is a democratic nation.

Two different systems and two separate governments.

If Xi is wise and wants his country to be great and prosperous then he should give diplomatic recognition to the ROC asap.

He will surely be winner of NOBEL Peace Prize hands down!

Moreover the Chinese people will no longer be victims of war again.

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Posted in: Pacific nations meet in China to discuss naval issues See in context

OssanAmericaToday  09:02 am JST

Ironic holding this in the country that is most active in excessively aggressive naval behavior to support it's internationally unrecognized claim. I expect everyone to realize that every room is likely wired.

That's what happens when Japan, the USA and Russia et al all wants to have selfies with Chairman Xi Jinping instead of President English Tsai of Taiwan.

Very ironic but true. They are all now da-kine Made in China!

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Posted in: China opposes Japan's congratulatory message to Taiwan president-elect See in context

Hoping the Japanese people will help Taiwan by pressuring their government to stop acting like a da-kine mere chanclas of China and re-establish full diplomatic ties with the most Japanese-friendly country in the world!

Bravo President William Lai and God Bless Taiwan and Japan!

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Posted in: China, Japan reaffirm strategic relationship in rare leader talks See in context

Hoping Japan treats Taiwan just like how it diplomatically deals with China.

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Posted in: G7 calls for immediate repeal of bans on Japanese food, pressing China See in context

The other G7 members should buy more !

Action speaks louder than mere snoring!

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Posted in: U.S. military bulk buys Japanese seafood to counter China ban See in context

Good move! Buy more!

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Posted in: Free trade deal between EU and Australia collapses See in context

OZ already have stabilized and improved trade relation with China so what? LOL!

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Posted in: Indigenous Australians end week of silence; denounce 'shameful' referendum result See in context

No one can change the psyche of White Australia.

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Posted in: Japan hopes to resolve China's seafood ban over Fukushima's wastewater release at WTO See in context

Wait! Stop ! Never mind the WTO!

The US Ambassador Rahm Emanuel says Fuku Rad Seafoods are safe and delicious!

Why not sold it at a much higher prices to the USA and just forget China!

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Posted in: U.S. ambassador to Japan again criticizes China in speech and social media post See in context

Emanuel misses Li!

What a revelation!

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Posted in: Solomon Islands leader 'appalled' at Japan over Fukushima water release See in context

Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare is very right.

Telling the truth is not politics.

Only the immoral perpetrators of the radiation bleaching of the World's Oceans are using politics to cover their crimes against humanity.

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Posted in: China says Britain's plans to disrupt Hong Kong 'doomed to fail' See in context

GB still hurtin pretty bad after losing their Pearl Colony HK.

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Posted in: China declines to join IAEA system to monitor Fukushima treated water See in context

Tritium is known to be less harmful to human health than other radioactive materials such as cesium and strontium as it emits very weak radiation and does not accumulate in the body, experts say.

Less harmful is not synonymous with being safe .

Tritium indeed emits radiation so all these word play is sounding more and more like the work of scammers..

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Posted in: Japanese fishermen, locals seek halt to Fukushima water release See in context

Instead of demanding a halt to the Fuku rad water release these local fishermen should approach U.S. envoy to Japan, Rahm Emanuel, and offer him special discounted prices so that these safe and yummy Fuku fishes will be available in America where I'm pretty sure it will be a da-kine sold out in no time!

Bon appetit!

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Posted in: Kishida unveils relief package for fishery sector See in context

Dump now pay later.

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Posted in: S Koreans worry about Fukushima water; more disapprove of Yoon: poll See in context

The South Koreans are not that dumb not to be afraid of the Fuku Radiation dumping.

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Posted in: U.S. envoy: China's reaction to Fukushima water release is economic coercion See in context

TrevorPeaceToday  07:32 pm JST

@Hiro, on the face of it, yours is a good idea. But, Americans eat more beef, cholesterol-laden hot dogs, fried foods and McDonald's burgers than they do fish. Can't change that with a suggestion they eat healthier foods, even if they know nothing about the Fukushima seafood debate.

Well there are the wealthy Hollywood celebrities, health conscious yogis and the people of Alaska that would salivate upon hearing the word safe and yummy Fukushima seafoods.

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Posted in: U.S. envoy: China's reaction to Fukushima water release is economic coercion See in context

As Japan's ally , United States ambassador to Japan Rahm Emanuel is obligated to let his country buy all those da-kine delicious and safe fishes that China refused to buy.

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Posted in: 90-year-old Japanese alpinist ascends Mt Fuji in wheelchair See in context

Once an alpinist always an alpinist no matter what!

Congratulations!

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Posted in: Kishida, 3 ministers eat Fukushima fish to show it's safe See in context

Why is he smilin nervously?

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Posted in: Kishida, 3 ministers eat Fukushima fish to show it's safe See in context

The fish probably were caught in Okinawa.

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Posted in: ABBA singer Agnetha makes comeback as solo artist See in context

Chicago needs a singer to replace Peter Cetera.

I think Agnetha's voice makes her a perfect fit.

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Posted in: Japan conveys concern to China over harassment following Fukushima water release See in context

Dumping radioactive wastes into the Pacific Ocean daily for 30 long years is a very abusive and almost criminal act.

Of course Tokyo and TEPCO said it's safe but the problem is those are just mere spoken empty words that can prove nothing after 30 years.

Besides, the Pacific Ocean doesn't even belong to Nippon.

"Director of the Kewalo Marine Laboratory at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, Robert Richmond, said Japan’s decision to release that water is disappointing, but not surprising. “This action will be to the detriment of future generations who will likely suffer the consequences of decisions that are made based on expediency, politics, and profit above people."

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Posted in: Japan conveys concern to China over harassment following Fukushima water release See in context

Japan will be dumping radioactive wastes on the Pacific Ocean for a long 30 years on a daily basis.

That's a very abusive .

The worlds delicate oceans doesn't belong to Tokyo.

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Posted in: Japan eyes aid for fisheries hit by China's seafood import ban See in context

TEPCO must stop this rape of the worlds pearl oceans.

Releasing radioactive wastes in the oceans for a very long 30 years is an abuse that borders on environmental poisoning.

This is a crime against all humanity.

Japan must listen to marine biologists and stop what they are doin because the Pacific Ocean doesn't belong to Tokyo.

"The US National Association of Marine Laboratories released a statement in December 2022 saying it was not convinced by Japan's data.

And marine biologist Robert Richmond, from the University of Hawaii, told the BBC: "We've seen an inadequate radiological, ecological impact assessment that makes us very concerned that Japan would not only be unable to detect what's getting into the water, sediment and organisms, but if it does, there is no recourse to remove it... there's no way to get the genie back in the bottle."

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Posted in: No anomalies detected in fish samples after Fukushima water release See in context

Japan is acting like they own the worlds pearl oceans.

They are throwing their radioactive wastes to the Pacific Ocean DAILY for a very long 30 years.

Imagine 30 years!

What will happen to the health of the children born today after 30 years of exposure?

Japan said it's safe but many scientists have doubts.

And rightly so!

Those responsible for this rape of the worlds pearl oceans would then be long gone .

Who will pay for their crimes?

"The US National Association of Marine Laboratories released a statement in December 2022 saying it was not convinced by Japan's data.

And marine biologist Robert Richmond, from the University of Hawaii, told the BBC: "We've seen an inadequate radiological, ecological impact assessment that makes us very concerned that Japan would not only be unable to detect what's getting into the water, sediment and organisms, but if it does, there is no recourse to remove it... there's no way to get the genie back in the bottle."

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Posted in: China's allies lead Pacific criticism of Fukushima water release See in context

"American professor Emily Hammond, an expert in energy and environmental law with George Washington University, said: "The challenge with radionuclides (such as tritium) is that they present a question that science cannot fully answer; that is, at very low levels of exposure, what can be counted as 'safe'? "

"One can have a lot of faith in the IAEA's work while still recognising that compliance with standards does not mean that there are 'zero' environmental or human consequences attributed to the decision."

"The US National Association of Marine Laboratories released a statement in December 2022 saying it was not convinced by Japan's data.

And marine biologist Robert Richmond, from the University of Hawaii, told the BBC: "We've seen an inadequate radiological, ecological impact assessment that makes us very concerned that Japan would not only be unable to detect what's getting into the water, sediment and organisms, but if it does, there is no recourse to remove it... there's no way to get the genie back in the bottle."

Environmental groups such as Greenpeace go further, referring to a paper published by scientists at the University of South Carolina in April 2023.

Shaun Burnie, a senior nuclear specialist with Greenpeace East Asia, says tritium can have "direct negative effects" on plants and animals if ingested, including "reduced fertility" and "damage to cell structures, including DNA".

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Posted in: China's allies lead Pacific criticism of Fukushima water release See in context

WesleyToday  04:39 pm JST

You mean, china's puppets. 

Do you live there?

That's a very insulting remark you made .

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