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China accuses Japan of ‘smear’ over radar incident


BEIJING—Beijing on Thursday accused Japan of seeking to “smear” it after Tokyo said a Chinese frigate locked its weapons-targeting radar on a Japanese warship, as the Asian giants are locked in a maritime row.

Asked to respond to Japanese Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera’s description of the radar incident as a “threat of force”, Beijing foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said: “Recently Japan has been hyping up crisis and deliberately creating tension to smear China’s image.”


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Tags: China , Conflict , Japan , Maritime Row , territorial dispute

  • http://twitter.com/judefawley Jude Fawley

    Another lies of the Chinese government.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/RTQRGKHFGLKSSJAK5J5PLOXAQQ Halo

    No need to smear china’s name bcoz its action speaks louder than any smear campaign against it. China is weird

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/BFOPP2LDSFJFL6KVGA52SDIVHA John

      China is full of deceit.   They brainwashed their people of the nine dash line fairy tale and they are successful. But hey, they can never fool the world.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_DNRF2X2HHSZ7NPWRDHP4D2CXZE bigdaddy

    Dako imong otin? Weeh. Sige nga pakilala ka tignan natin kung meron kang ibubuga. Ha ha ha. Lolo pay imo. Inig gyera kuyos gyud na.

    • DakuAkongUtin

       gamaylubot,  akong uten ay pinakalaki kung tumatayo.  Gusto mga kayumangging dalagitas hindi na ako naghahanap kasi ang gusto nila. Tawag ng tawag sa bahay, gusto nila ako gabi gabi. Gusto nila lahi ko . Talaga suerte ako na tao.

      • Michael Milan

        sinong mga dalagitas yan,  yan ba yung mga tinuturukan ng Latigo 500, tapos pinapakain ng Vetracin Multi-caps?? Tapos pagtumanda marami silang dodo?

      • ofwme2807

        hahaha…kakatawa hahaha…

  • ClarkInKuwait

    There is no sense for Japan to smear the image of China. It is already muddied and everyone see that it is rotten to the core. The Chinese did these to themselves. If you read this article, they did not even bother to state that the radar targeting incident is false.

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/BFOPP2LDSFJFL6KVGA52SDIVHA John

       Typical of a China Chinese.  Trying to twist the facts.

  • ofwme2807

    china was caught and still denies and keeps lying to the world, the whole world hates this china, the beasts of the east and the pacific the hungry dragon….the ever evil and backward civilization….its the 21st century now but still this old civilization is still mired in deep poverty, cannibalism, un-civilized practices, home of millions of illiterates, the ignorants, the slaves and prostitutes …

  • zeroko

    China should stop saber rattling. It should know that the Japanese has the “Spirit of Samurai.” Lalaban ang Japan if press hard. If that happen, the ring of fire will surround China into submission. From India, from Vietnam, South Korea, Japan, and even Taiwan may gang up on China if he stays belligerent. Australia and New Zealand will also joint up. 

    The situation on the confrontation is so volatile China should stop stepping on someone’s shoes. Once a spark or confrontation starts, anything goes. It might end up as total annihilation to everyone. Hindi ito “sige, battleship lang ang paglaban natin ha! No way, once one party is losing, any of the contender may use a nuclear bomb. Hindi yata alam ng China na ang nuclear submarine ng U.S. is just about somewhere in China sea. This is the reason why America is servicing their submarines in Subic, to send the message that they are around. If China ignore the implicit warning, hay naku. Huag naman sana. 

    But another worry is would America let the Chinese surpass them in armament. Delicado yan. First strike is always a way to neutralize the enemy. Baka unahan agad ng American forces ang China. China should be aware that Guam is an American Base. Before they can unlatch their intercontinental ballistic missile, the multi-warhead, Mainland America would have program it’s anti-missile defense to neutralize it. 

    Anyway, right now, China should not think that it can survive a direct confrontation. The American Aircraft Carriers has about 300 jets on its deck if it wants to. Now, how many aircraft carrier does America has. Sure, China has it’s anti-Aircraft carrier, but, had it been tested? Nakakatakot talaga ang mangyayari.

    • Banlas theway

      Get off from your horse back and go to find a real job instead of dreaming about your war.  Nobody, not Taiwan, not Vietnam, not Korea, not Australia, not India and not even Philippines will fight against China.   If there is real war, it’ll between China/Russia and U.S/Japan.   In this scenario, U.S will have to retreat if they can’t beat both superpowers.  The loser will still be Japan.   If Philippines want to bet going with Japan when already Japan is even now going no where except downhill.    Betting on a wrong horse will the most stupid decision that Philippines will live to regret in the coming years..

      • http://profile.yahoo.com/OS3MVCRQH7UV4MJRZURFNIXGBI Cho

        You’re dreaming boy. China is a land of homosexuals not a fighter. How come China could beat u.s? Japan? Philippines? Etc….etc….by poison? Smog?



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