• http://dok.do/4aVK41 Year of the Dragon

    It’s not really news any more, it’s more like just a monthly occurrence.

    They won’t be happy until they control the world, either though manpower, or monetary/trade power.

  • αβγδε

    These fisherman have no scruple killing to preserve their own interest. It’s like the moral borders of decency stops precisely where their skin starts, if not beneath even that. Or, more like, that sense of decency starts with China and stops right there too, the mad horde. There ought to be more incidents of Chinese fishing boats being blown out of the water where they don’t belong.

  • jkitchstk

    # 2 αβγδε,
    “There ought to be more incidents of Chinese fishing boats being blown out of the water where they don’t belong.”

    After edit…
    There ought to be incidents of Korean cars being blown up when they don’t follow traffic laws and get stuck in the middle of intersections blocking my bus from going through green lights.

  • 깊은 구멍 속에

    @3 plenty of your buses block the intersections keeping motorists like myself from traversing as well.

  • http://www.zenkimchi.com/FoodJournal ZenKimchi

    Your bus actually cares what color the light is?

  • http://www.zenkimchi.com/FoodJournal ZenKimchi

    Actually, I’m happy to get home without my bus driver getting into another fistfight.

  • slim

    Even by the most forgiving of logical standards, it is hard to understand how or why this thread on Chinese barbarism has been diverted to aimless chatter about driving habits.

  • cm

    If I was one of those weaponless, unprotected coast guards who must board and subdue these savages, I would walk out and refuse to do my job as a protest. Five or six guys boarding these boats with anywhere from 12 to 30 Chinese fishermen waving their axes without any protection is crazy, and totally irresponsible of the Korean government who are sending them with orders not to hurt the Chinese. There are only 215 Korean coast guards who are responsible for patrolling the entire Yellow sea against the Chinese boats, it is impossible for these guys to do a proper job. Most of the fish looting probably go unnoticed, or they do get noticed but Korean coast guards can’t do anything because they are severely under manned.

  • jk6411

    Were those coast guard officers who were hurt?
    I read that they were “officials” from the ‘West Sea (Yellow Sea) Fisheries Management Agency’. (I don’t know whether they were armed or not.)

    The Chinese ship was then chased down and caught by Korean Coast Guard.

  • bumfromkorea
  • silver surfer

    H’argh! Anything for a bit of fish.

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