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Commenting article: Taiwan's View on the South China Sea Issue

After Novinite published an official statement by China on the developments in the South China Sea last week, we were contacted by the Taipei Representative Office in Greece, representing the Republic of China (Taiwan), which offered its position, also known as the South China Sea Peace Initiative.

China does not recognize Taiwan and it was not mentioned in the statement, but we have decided to publish the text sent by Taipei since it is recognized by other countries involved in the South China Sea issue.

Again, Novinite is urged all the parties affected to provide their opinion.

GrueFski - 22 Aug 2015 // 16:06:32

Taiwan is... would be right if it actually existed
not being a UN country and also not being either Kosovo or Vatican, it does not exist, it is merely a part of China

@Hai Nguyen:
"How did the ROC prove that "Islands in the South China Sea were first discovered, named, used, and incorporated into national territory by the Chinese"

Might have something to do with old Chinese texts, dating back to like 1 million years ago, back when Vietnamese, Japanese and others hadn't yet learnt to actually write. At least that's the rumour. That's why I said "might have...". You can never trust rumours. Especially Chinese ones.
Btw did your country got invaded by the Japanese during ww2 or before that? Or maybe they wanted to invade you but they didn't get the chance, they got stuck in China and Korea maybe.

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