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    Bán anh em gần mua láng giềng xa:

    foreign delegations queue up to visit Taiwan in defiance of China
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...iance-of-china

    Traveling solo, senator Marsha Blackburn stepped onto the dark tarmac where she was met by a foreign ministry official, and they quickly moved inside the terminal.“I just landed in Taiwan to send a message to Beijing – we will not be bullied,” Blackburn tweeted.

    Shortly before his arrival, Keiji Furuya, a member of Japan’s ruling Liberal Democratic party, tweeted: “China’s military provocations and other erratic behaviour pose a risk to the peace and safety of not only Taiwan, but east Asia as a whole.”

    The run of foreign dignitaries visiting Taiwan has kept attention on the island in the wake of Pelosi’s trip and continued to draw vituperation from Beijing.

    Taiwan’s government has welcomed them all, grateful for the international support and solidarity against the Chinese government’s threats to annex it by force.


    Analysts have debated whether the visits are needlessly exacerbating tensions. But they continue; parliamentarians from the UK, Germany, Denmark, Canada and Australia are reportedly planning trips to Taipei.
    Chưa đi chưa biết Đài loan
    Đi rồi mới biết cũng toàn hù thôi.

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    Thật ra Tập Cận Bình phản động. Tự vì nghe đồn Mao chủ tịt ngày xưa công nhận Đài Loan độc lập.
    http://dtphorum.com/pr4/signaturepics/sigpic726_7.gif Puck Futin

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    Xi muốn lặng mà Mỹ chẳng dừng:

    US warships sail through Taiwan Strait for first time since Pelosi visit
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...i-visit-report

    The US Navy said two warships were sailing through international waters in the Taiwan Strait on Sunday, in the first such operation since heightened tensions with China over the Taiwan visit of the US House speaker, Nancy Pelosi.

    “The ships’ transit through the Taiwan Strait demonstrates the United States’ commitment to a free and open Indo-Pacific,” it said. “The United States military flies, sails and operates anywhere international law allows.”

    US warships, and on occasion those from allied nations such as Britain and Canada, have routinely sailed through the strait in recent years, drawing Beijing’s anger.

    US Navy operations in the Taiwan Strait usually take between eight and 12 hours to complete and are closely monitored by the Chinese military.
    Tập khôn bằng miệng, Mỹ khôn bằng thuyền.
    (Chinh phạt ngâm)

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    Ăn cơm Đài loan, thờ ma cộng sản:

    Meet the Taiwanese who embrace Beijing rule
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...e-beijing-rule

    But this month a poll in Taiwan found almost 12% of respondents still support unification. Other surveys have shown that figure to be about 5%-10%.

    Pro-unification people are generally thought to be concentrated among older generations, are probably KMT voters and are typically men. Huang said there are still some young proponents, including a Chinese nationalist minority, but they are often just “defeatist” and believe Taiwan would lose a conflict and should cut its losses now.

    Some supporters are driven by cynicism about divisive Taiwanese party politics and are nostalgic for the strong leadership of the CCP or martial law.

    There are those who have benefited economically from closer ties with China, and who “are just trying to stay out of politics … and find that kind of PRC nationalism quite annoying”, while some have spent decades in China, the US and Taiwan, and have decided they support and trust the CCP.
    Cũng là đám già chỉ lo sống cho yên tuổi già của mình, sau đó ai khổ kệ nó. Après moi, le déluge.


    Yêu tin tức thời sự chắc gọi là “tình hình.”

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    Iran ran…

    Iran seizes American sea drone
    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/...n-persian-gulf

    The Guard’s Shahid Baziar warship attached a line to the Saildrone Explorer in the central part of the Persian Gulf in international waters late on Monday night, said Cmdr Timothy Hawkins, a fifth fleet spokesman.

    The vessel then began towing the Saildrone Explorer, which carries cameras, radars and sensors for remotely monitoring the sea, Hawkins said.

    The USS Thunderbolt, a navy coastal patrol boat, as well as an MH-60 Seahawk helicopter, moved to shadow the Guard’s ship. The navy called the Shahid Baziar by radio to identify the drone as American, Hawkins said.

    Hawkins said the incident ended peacefully after some four hours as the Iranians unhooked the tow line to the drone and left the area as the American forces were nearby.
    Thuyền ai đậu bến Y răng đó
    Có chở drone về kịp tối nay?
    (Đây drone Mỹ dạ)

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    Taiwan want…

    US announces $1.1bn arms sale to Taiwan, angering China
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...angering-china

    The Biden administration has announced a $1.1bn arms sale to Taiwan as US-China tensions escalate over its status.

    The sale included $355m for Harpoon air-to-sea missiles and $85m for Sidewinder air-to-air missiles, the state department said.


    The largest portion of the sale is a $655m logistics support package for Taiwan’s surveillance radar programme, which provides air defence warnings. Early warning air defence systems have become more important as China has stepped up military drills near Taiwan, which it regards as a renegade province.
    Trong năm trong cõi người ta
    Chữ Tàu chữ Mỹ khéo là ghét nhau

    (Miên trường tân thanh)

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    Thà làm lính Đài loan còn hơn làm quan đất Bắc (kinh):

    Taiwan tycoon to fund 3.3 million-strong army of ‘civilian warriors’ to defend against invasion
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...ainst-invasion

    The announcement by Robert Tsao, a well-known Taiwanese businessman and founder of United Microelectronics Corp, a major microchip producer, comes amid increasing military activity between Taiwan and China

    At a press conference on Thursday, Tsao, 75, said the Chinese Communist party (CCP) threat to Taiwan was growing. Wearing a bulletproof vest and helmet, he pledged funds to train “three million people in three years”.

    Working with the island’s civilian defence organisation, the Kuma Academy, 60% of the funds would go towards building an army of “warriors”, and 40% to training another 300,000 in how to shoot.


    Tsao was formerly an active supporter of unifying Taiwan with China, and had renounced his Taiwanese citizenship in protest against a government investigation of his company. However, he told Radio Free Asia that he had a change of heart after witnessing the crackdown on Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement, particularly the Yuen Long MTR attack.

    On Thursday he also announced he had renounced his Singaporean citizenship and that his Taiwanese citizenship had been restored and he planned to “die in Taiwan and stand with its people”.
    Nước thanh bình thêm bao năm nữa?
    Bảo nhau lo binh lửa từ đây

    (Chinh phu ngâm)

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    Đồng gian tương ứng, đồng ác tương cầu:

    south-east Asian countries open to Putin
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...to-putin-pivot

    The head of Myanmar’s military junta beamed with joy as he shook hands with Vladimir Putin this week.

    “We would call you not just the leader of Russia but a leader of the world because you control and organise stability around the whole world,” Min Aung Hlaing said.
    A match made in hell.
    (Thành ngữ)

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    Cây khô không lộc người Nhật không con:

    Record number of young people in Japan rejecting marriage
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...e-survey-shows

    According to the survey, 17.3% of men and 14.6% of women aged between 18 and 34 said they had no intention of ever tying the knot – the highest figure since the questionnaire was first conducted in 1982.

    Experts have attributed the trend to several factors, including a growing desire among young working women to enjoy the freedoms that come with being single and having a career.

    Men say they also enjoy being single, but also voice concern over job security and their ability to provide for a family. Experts have called on the government to make it easier for women to return to work after having children and to address Japan’s notoriously long working hours.
    Không có gì quý hơn độc thân tự do.

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    Bảo hoàng hơn Anh:

    Hong Kong residents queue for hours to pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...ueen-elizabeth

    It was the hottest day on record for September, yet under a sweltering sun, thousands of Hongkongers flocked to the British consulate, waiting up to four hours in a long queue that stretched more than 500 metres into a public park to sign the book of condolence for Queen Elizabeth II.

    The next day, thousands turned up again, prompting the consulate to extend opening hours to 7pm for the whole week.

    Many came to eulogise the ‘boss lady’ – an affectionate nickname for the Queen who was Hong Kong’s colonial head of state for 45 years – while also cherishing the opportunity to meet like-minded Hongkongers and share their memories of the city under British rule during the long wait.
    Cọp chết để da, Ê li za bét để tiếng.
    (Tục ngữ)

 

 

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