Overseas Chinese demonstrate for Diaoyu Islands. . CSF Rieti
More than 100 Chinese people living in Australia have gathered at the Japanese Consulate General in Sydney and staged a demonstration supporting the Chinese activists move in safeguarding the Diaoyu Islands. They expressed their indignation at Japan's illegal detention of Chinese activists and their support for the Chinese government's stance on the Islands, saying the Diaoyu Islands and its affiliated islets are the inherent territory of China since ancient times. Chinese Association Leader, Sydney, said, "Even though we are living abroad, we must support the integrity of China's territory. No country can trample on China's solemn territory." Chinese people taking part in today's protest include people from mainland, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan. We have a united voice. The Diaoyu Islands are China's inherent territory. No one can infringe upon it. Japan must apologize to China. Related - Relativo Japanese activists land on Diaoyu Islands 08-19-2012 09:41 TOKYO, Aug. 19 (Xinhua) -- The Japanese coast guard has confirmed that at least nine Japanese activists landed on the Diaoyu Islands, local media reported. The coast guard's patrol vessels found at least nine people landed on Diaoyu Islands at around 7:30 Sunday, according to the NHK. They arrived at the waters near the Diaoyu Islands early Sunday morning with a group of 150 Japanese activists and 21 vessels. The group plans to hold a ceremony for people died in the war in 1945, and then investigate fishery conditions in <b>...</b>
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