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    Pelosi Statement on Congressional Delegation Visit to Japan

    AUGUST 5, 2022 PRESS RELEASE

    Tokyo – Speaker Nancy Pelosi issued this statement on the Congressional delegation’s visit to Japan:

    “The U.S.-Japanese alliance, rooted in shared values, is a cornerstone of security, prosperity and peace in the Indo-Pacific. It is with great respect for Japan’s Democracy that our Congressional delegation came to Tokyo to deepen our valued partnership with our close ally and friend.

    “In that spirit, our delegation was honored to be hosted by Prime Minister Fumio Kishida. In our bilateral discussions, we reaffirmed our nations’ shared commitment to advance security and defend democracy. Our delegation thanked the Prime Minister for his leadership in Japan and in the region in condemning Russia’s unlawful invasion of Ukraine.

    “Our delegation was extended a special privilege by Speaker Hiroyuki Hosoda in the Diet to be included in a beautiful tribute to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The Speaker next hosted a substantive bilateral meeting with members of the Diet. We conveyed the importance of President Biden’s Asia-Pacific initiative and Japan’s leadership role in the region.

    “Security was central to our purpose in visiting the region. We received briefings from Vice Admiral Karl Thomas, Commander of the U.S. Navy Seventh Fleet, and Lieutenant General Ricky N. Rupp, Commander, U.S. Forces Japan. Our delegation was grateful for the opportunity to convey our gratitude and pride we have for our men and women serving in Japan.

    “Our Members are deeply grateful to America’s Ambassador to Japan Rahm Emanuel and the Embassy staff for making our visit to Japan a success. As we conclude our Congressional delegation, we return informed and inspired to carry on our work building a free and open Indo-Pacific.”




    'Immediately cease military exercises,' US, Australia, Japan urge China

    A joint statement was issued by US Secretary of State Tony Blinken, Australian Foreign Minister Penny Wong, and Japanese Foreign Minister Hayashi Yoshimasa after their in-person meeting in Phnom Penh on the margins of the 55th ASEAN Foreign Ministers' Meeting.

    The Secretary and the Foreign Ministers reaffirmed their commitment to maintaining peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait. They appreciated ASEAN's statement about the importance of de-escalating tension in the Taiwan Strait, according to the statement.

    Expressing their commitment to deepening the trilateral partnership among Australia, Japan, and the United States to advance a free and open Indo-Pacific region, the three diplomats highlighted that this partnership rests on the unshakable foundation of shared interests and values, including a commitment to freedom, rule of law, human rights, sovereignty and territorial integrity, peaceful settlement of disputes without resorting to threat or use of force, and freedom of navigation and overflight.

    The secretary and the foreign ministers reaffirmed their resolve in supporting ASEAN centrality, and the importance of the pacific Island countries as partners in the region, said the statement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beachbound View Post
    Bullshit quote from a bullshit source
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    Breaking news: Chinkies pay people in 160 countries to read shit off a card.
    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    Over 160 nations have reaffirmed their commitment to the one China policy because of this hags meaningless visit, and many of them have criticised the US. Well done Nancy.
    I refer you to my previous post:

    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Not a great deal of new topics yesterday, however one stood out

    Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying’s Regular Press Conference on August 5, 2022

    "CCTV:

    Over the past few days, we noticed many countries have voiced support for China over US House Speaker Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, and you shared quite some examples with us. Could you give us more updates today?

    Hua Chunying:

    Indeed, in the wake of Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, over 160 countries have spoken up for justice, condemned the visit as a serious, reckless and irresponsible provocation and expressed their commitment to the one-China principle and support for China’s efforts to uphold sovereignty and territorial integrity.

    Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe reiterated on social media Sri Lanka’s firm commitment to the one-China policy as well as to the UN Charter principles of sovereignty and territorial integrity of nations.

    Singaporean Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan said in talks with State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi during the East Asia cooperation foreign ministers’ meetings that Singapore has a clear and consistent one-China policy and is opposed to Taiwan independence and any unilateral moves to change the status quo.

    Thailand’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson expressed respect for China’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Laos released a statement reiterating its support for the policy of China on national reunification by peaceful means and reaffirming its consistent policy that Taiwan is an inalienable part of China as well as its opposition to any intention aimed at creating a situation for “two Chinas” or “one China, one Taiwan”.

    Lao Foreign Minister Saleumxay Kommasith said while meeting with State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi that the US’s recent provocation on the Taiwan question goes against its own commitment and undermines China’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. Laos is strongly against any attempt to create “two Chinas” or “one China, one Taiwan” and supports China’s efforts to uphold its sovereignty and territorial integrity.

    The Malaysian Prime Minister’s Special Envoy to China released a statement urging Western nations against practicing double standards by trying to compare Taiwan with Ukraine or trying to encircle Russia and call for respect for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity on one hand while meddling in China’s internal affairs and intending to use Taiwan to divide China on the other. This would be using democracy as a pretext to interfere in and infringe upon China’s sovereignty in violation of basic principles of international law.

    The UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation issued a statement, reaffirming its support for China’s sovereignty and territorial integrity as well as the importance of respecting the one-China principle, while calling for adherence to relevant UN resolutions. The UAE indicated its concern over the impact of any provocative visits on stability and international peace. ...."


    Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying’s Regular Press Conference on August 5, 2022


    She then continues listing the rest of the 160 countries.

    All available at the site.

    161 out of 195 UNGA recognised countries of the world, 83% so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    And Taiwan held no elections till 1996.
    And . . . you're a fucking idiot.



    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    and many of them have criticised the US
    So, the 160 number you and your mirror image Backspit were so organsmically enthralled about is bullshit. Well done. Finally.

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    Apple urges suppliers to follow Chinese long-held customs rules on 'Taiwan' labeling in another fallout of Pelosi's visit

    By Wang Jiamei

    Published: Aug 06, 2022 02:24 PM

    "US tech giant Apple told its suppliers to strictly comply with the Chinese mainland customs regulations and avoid labeling products from Taiwan island as "made in Taiwan," the Nikkei reported on Friday.

    In another possible economic fallout of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's provocative visit to Taiwan island, the Chinese mainland appears to be moving to tighten the enforcement of labeling rules on imports from the island, indicating that the mainland will not allow any ambiguity on the Taiwan question on all aspects, including in the economic and trade area, experts noted.

    According to the reports, mainland authorities have started tightening the enforcement of a rule that Taiwan-made parts and components must be labeled as made either in "Taiwan, China" or "Chinese Taipei" to avoid shipments from being held for scrutiny.

    The Apple warning came on the heels of another media report that shipments to Apple's supplier Pegatron Corp's factory in Suzhou, East China's Jiangsu Province, were being held for scrutiny by Chinese customs, to see if there is violation of labeling regulations. But Pegatron denied the report, saying that its Suzhou plant is operating normally and there has been no shipment disruptions, according to Bloomberg. Apple is not available for comment on Saturday.

    In fact, early in 1999, China's General Administration of Customs already stipulated that goods and their packaging with labeling content in violation of the one-China principle will not be allowed to import or export. This means that the mainland's regulations regarding the management of certificate of origin and labeling in the cross-Straits trade have been enforced for many years.

    A tightening of the labeling rule may not just affect Apple's suppliers, but all those that send shipments from Taiwan island to the mainland, Gao Lingyun, an expert at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) in Beijing, told the Global Times on Saturday.

    According to Gao, the enforcement of the labeling rule was not very strict in the past. Since the Taiwan authority also requires all exported goods made in the island to be labeled as "Taiwan" or the so-called "Republic of China," many exporters from Taiwan used to label the boxes loaded with goods as "Taiwan, China" after leaving the Taiwan ports to dodge the regulation, said Gao.

    "If the mainland authorities tighten the enforcement of the rule, this may increase the probability of shipments from Taiwan island being seized by the mainland customs," Gao noted.

    Despite concerns over trade barriers, this is more like a posture of emphasizing the one China principle to the cross-Straits business community after Pelosi's visit, Mei Xinyu, a research fellow with the Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation under the Ministry of Commerce, told the Global Times on Saturday.

    Pelosi's visit to the island and the secessionist Democratic Progressive Party's pandering have pushed the Taiwan question to the edge of a showdown. Against this backdrop, the labeling rule is actually telling the businesspeople in Taiwan that they have to make a choice, Mei noted.

    After Pelosi's provocative visit to Taiwan island, Chinese mainland customs authorities on Wednesday suspended the entry of citrus fruits including grapefruits, lemons and oranges, as well as two types of fish from the island, in accordance with regulations and food safety requirements. The mainland's exports of natural sand, used in construction, to the island were banned."


    Apple urges suppliers to follow Chinese long-held customs rules on 'Taiwan' labeling in another fallout of Pelosi's visit - Global Times

    Some are suggesting the "natural sand" is utilised in silicon chip manufacturing.
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    Taiwanese shrug off China drills:"Everyone becomes numb to it"



    LIUQIU ISLAND, Taiwan — Families collected shells on the beach and tourists took selfies at sunset on the tiny resort island of Liuqiu, less than six miles away from one of the "danger zones" where China is conducting live-fire military drills.

    The big picture: While international attention focuses on an emerging cross-strait crisis, Taiwanese have been living with Chinese government threats for decades. Few people appeared seriously concerned about a possible military conflict — even on this islet, closer to the drills than any other part of Taiwan.

    Driving the news: China launched a series of military exercises in six zones encircling Taiwan after U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan last week, and ballistic missiles launched from China landed in waters east of Taiwan.


    • The drills, which are due to end on Sunday, are the largest China has ever held in the Taiwan Strait. Taiwan's Ministry of Defense said the exercises amount to an "air and sea blockade," as some commercial flights and cargo ships in the region have had to adjust or cancel their routes.


    What's happening: Tourists were still flocking to the island about eight miles off the southwest coast of Taiwan, even as the drills were underway.


    • Divers swam with turtles close to the shore, and fishing boats traversed the nearby waters as usual. In the evenings, seaside restaurants and bars were filled to capacity.


    What they're saying: In interviews with more than 20 tourists and local residents, nonchalance seemed to be the most common attitude toward the live-fire drills happening just a few miles away.


    • When asked if they were nervous about the close proximity of Chinese ships warships and planes, numerous people laughed and shook their heads. Others said the drills were only intended as a show of intimidation rather than a serious military threat.
    • "They are putting political pressure on us, but me personally, I don’t think anything bad’s gonna happen," said Chi Tsao, who came to Liuqiu with a group of friends. "If they wanted to do something militarily, they would have done that a long time ago."


    The military drills haven't affected business, Jen Yu, a woman who works at a diving school on Liuqiu, told Axios.


    • The number of customers has declined slightly in the past week, Yu said, but that's because it is "ghost month," the seventh month of the lunar calendar when ghosts are believed to come out of the water and curse those unlucky enough to run into them.
    • Some divers were afraid of the ghosts, but they weren't afraid of China's military exercises, Yu said.
    • "People who don’t live here keep telling me, watch for the military! But I don’t see anything, so I don’t know why people keep telling me that," she said.


    Yes, but: A few people did express anxiety about the drills and the rise in tensions between China and Taiwan.


    • "I feel a little nervous. It’s a feeling of being squeezed," said Xie Hui-ju, a school teacher who had come to the beach with her husband and three daughters. "A lot of things can’t be exported anymore, so that influences our economy."
    • Even so, Xie said she wasn't worried about an actual military conflict. Taiwanese people have heard threats from China all their lives, she explained. "After a long time of this, everyone becomes numb to it. People think it’s just words, that they won’t take real action."



    Zoom out: The attitudes in Liuqiu reflect those in other parts of Taiwan, though there has been growing interest in civil defense training since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, which jolted many Taiwanese into thinking seriously about their response if China really were to invade.


    • Two young women standing on Sunset Pavilion, which looks out on the waters where China's nearest drill zone is located, said they had gone out on a boat earlier and the captain had pointed out a ship in the distance and told the passengers half-jokingly that "we might get bombed."
    • One of the women, Jolene, said that on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being highest, her level of concern was a 3. The other, Emily, said hers was a 6 or 7.
    • "This is kind of a dangerous situation," Emily said. "We’re already living in this kind of situation everyday, so we have to get used to it to keep our life and peace of mind."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scumbag
    Over 160 nations have reaffirmed their commitment to the one China policy because of this hags meaningless visit, and many of them have criticised the US. Well done Nancy.
    Actually, the quote was “people of 160 nations”. And it was from the Chinese ambassador to India.
    What, was the Chinese chargé d'affaires to Turkmenistan, too busy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by beachbound View Post
    And it was from the Chinese ambassador to India.
    A link to the Chinese Ambassador to India's speech to substantiate your allegation would be useful.

    I posted it here on TD, from an answer to a question answered by the Chinese Foreign Ministers Spokespersons daily press conference.

    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying’s Regular Press Conference on August 5, 2022
    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Indeed, in the wake of Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, over 160 countries have spoken up for justice, condemned the visit as a serious, reckless and irresponsible provocation and expressed their commitment to the one-China principle and support for China’s efforts to uphold sovereignty and territorial integrity.

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    Oh Oh ooooo, face it China's bluff was called, they didn't have the balls to launch and instead looked like a teen having a tantrum - everyone is laughing at China, Oh oh except North Korea and erm, Tibet and erm nah....

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    Edit: was quoting NPT


    This wanker loves war.

    They are probably putting the plans together to get the job done as we speak
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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    Oh Oh ooooo, face it China's bluff was called
    Really? You may have missed this:

    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    This survey may be questionable, being conducted by foreign company, "Yahoo Taiwan".
    Unfortunately I see otherwise. One side stepped back from the critical abyss.

    Biden says U.S. willing to use force to defend Taiwan prompting backlash from China-appear-weak-jpg


    “Appear weak when you are strong, and strong when you are weak.”

    China made their position very clear in the last 2 or 3 leaders meetings with the NaGastan leaders. NaGastan has continued to stir pot holes in the road to mutual trust. The opportunity for a trusting relationship is gone. Hanging by a thread that is only getting more tight.

    All that has happened is that China and Russia are integrating their future more tightly together.

    When they will collectively react is unknown, to me. They will not be driven to save the current NaGastan government from more disastrous moves.

    NaGaStan has chosen the path of unilateral decision-making. With no accommodation for peer level adversaries.

    Europe and the UK leaders are basket cases, NaGastan is on it's own, other groupings without them are forming every day.

    I fear NaGastan will lash out, once their internal problems become more difficult for them to manage. And they are.

    NaGastan's recoverable options are reducing.

    I'm worried about my 3 children and their families in the UK, more and more every day.

    Enjoy your summer, it may be .......

    I'm safely tucked away in a backwater in Thailand. Buddha will take care, I'm told by SWMBO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by S Landreth View Post
    Taiwanese shrug off China drills
    Of course they do. They have been subject to threats from the mainland for decades. Pelosi's visit just another round (excuse) for the PRC to make more threats.

    The PRC will do whatever they decide to do but whatever it is will be on them, not Pelosi's visit.

    The US is and will continue it's One China policy. Pelosi's visit has and will not change this.
    Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.

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    When you look at anti Japan propaganda from ww2 now. Or German propaganda during the war you ask, what were people thinking. Well, here we are. They were thinking just like the 2 sides are thinking now. Link https://twitter.com/XHNews/status/15...BAod86fKWAZQfQ

    From Xinhua News China. It has it all. The octopus, the money bags, the puppet. More obvious that war is coming than Ukraine was. And that's saying something.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    More obvious that war is coming than Ukraine was. And that's saying something.
    Once again, proving why you are the biggest fucking idiot on TD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Once again, proving why you are the biggest fucking idiot on TD.
    What. Do you figure Xi will opt for a 25 year lease or something ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    I refer you to my previous cut and paste propaganda bollocks
    FTFY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    When you look at anti Japan propaganda from ww2 now. Or German propaganda during the war you ask, what were people thinking
    What were you thinking when you called people hohols?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    A link to the Chinese Ambassador to India's speech to substantiate your allegation would be useful.

    I posted it here on TD, from an answer to a question answered by the Chinese Foreign Ministers Spokespersons daily press conference.
    Just a reminder that what the story actually means is:

    "China pays stooges in 160 countries to read shit off cards".

    No-one cares about hurt chinky feelings. All they do is fucking whine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    Many countries voiced support for China over Pelosi's passage to Taiwan Hua Chunying: More than 160 countries behind China stand together on the right side of history - Teller Report
    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    Just posting lies seems your m.o. now. 160 countries? Yea, and excerpt from your link:
    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    Why do you have to be such a Skidmarkian bottom-dweller?

    Come on, sabang . . . another of your big lies. Are you just going to obfuscate and let your fellow morons Skidmark and OhWoe carry the can again until you can come up with your next lie?

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    • Over 160 countries have reiterated their commitment to the one China policy. Includes all of Asean, and BRICS. There are some 285 countries in the world.
    • The Dems tried to talk Pelosi out of her meaningless China visit. Showing what an ineffectual bunch of wankers they are, and what a self serving turncoat she is. Just domestic politicking, from an old hag past her sell by date..
    • No policy was discussed, no policy was changed. No trade deals. What was the point? US is not gonna change it's one China policy.
    • Some economic sanctions on Taiwan. Not much really- China realises it's just pathetic childishness. Had to do something, that's all.



    But here is the real thing, which underscores the pointlessness of this pettiness-


    Taiwan’s trade with China is far bigger than its trade with the U.S.




    • Mainland China and Hong Kong accounted for 42% of Taiwan’s exports last year, while the U.S. had a 15% share, according to official Taiwan data accessed through Wind Information.
    • About 22% of Taiwan’s imports last year came from mainland China and Hong Kong, versus 10% from the U.S., official data showed.
    • Many Taiwan-based companies operate factories in mainland China. In 2021, Taiwan businesses received $200.1 billion in U.S. export orders, according to the U.S. Congressional Research Service.





    FULL- Taiwan'''s trade with China is far bigger than its trade with the U.S.


    What was the point?





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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post

    What was the point?




    Of you posting all this bollocks?

    None.

    Pelosi went anyway and no-one cares about the habitual chinky whining.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    Many countries voiced support for China over Pelosi's passage to Taiwan Hua Chunying: More than 160 countries behind China stand together on the right side of history - Teller Report
    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    Just posting lies seems your m.o. now. 160 countries? Yea, and excerpt from your link:
    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    Why do you have to be such a Skidmarkian bottom-dweller?

    Come on, sabang . . . another of your big lies. Are you just going to obfuscate and let your fellow morons Skidmark and OhWoe carry the can again until you can come up with your next lie?

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    China to expand its military exercises until the 15th of August.

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    This is the exact same kind of BS that came out in the media a year or so before the Ukraine war. Same script.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    This is the exact same kind of BS that came out in the media a year or so before the Ukraine war. Same script.
    No, it isn't. Do you and sabang sit together and simply makes shit up?

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