Diaoyu Islands Ownership Identified

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Pertinent documents are at hand for Mainland Chinese & Taiwanese to show proof of Diaoyu Islands real ownership.
HISTORY TELLS NO LIES!
Share this vital information with all, especially those of Chinese Descent, including the Japs themselves!
LET THE TRUTH BE KNOWN & SAVE ALL THE POLITICAL OR DIPLOMATIC TUG-OF-WAR  TENSION & DISPUTE.
The Japanese government created tensions in East
 China Sea by ‘buying over’
the Diaoyu Islands from someone who illegally occupied the islands, which
historically belongs to the Chinese government.
Japanese Imperialists had
invaded Chinese territories and tortured and raped the Chinese populace,
be it in mainland China or in South-east Asia . Blood debts must be paid
in full to teach the arrogant Japs . . . claiming the islands as their own & naming them as Senkaku Islands.
With evidence of Empress Dowager Commandment,
the Diaoyu Islands ‘ owner has been identified.
Diaoyu Islands were  bestowed to Sheng Xuanhuai of Jiangsu Province
of Qing Empire by Commandment.
The Japanese ambassador said he does not believe
this circulation or email can reach 400 million people within two
weeks, otherwise he apologize to the Chinese people.
Please circulate immediately . . . 
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Huaxi – China’s Richest Village Community


Huaxi's New Skyscraper - World's 15th Tallest

Westerners have always been seeking for Shangri-La, the utopian lifestyle. Search no more. There is in reality a place such as this in China. Talk no more of Hangzhou or Suzhou. It’s a miracle wonder of a place!

Huaxi Golden Pagoda

 It’s called Huaxi, a booming market town of 36,000, first set up in 1961 in the affluent eastern province of Jiangsu. Everyone here has all the luxury that life can offer such as a huge house, a car (Benzs, BMW etc.), even free cooking oil, clothes, healthcare, education etc. Huaxi has fixed assets of 3 billion Yuan (US$362 million). All they have to do is work 7 days a week for the village industrial operations, milling steel or some such industry. Only one condition is that you can never leave. If you do, you lose everything. But just to make it easier to stay, the city has built replicas of the Eiffel Tour, the Sydney Opera House, and the Arc de Triumf to bring the world to its doorstep.

People are not leaving. In fact, it’s attracting lots of migrant workers who hope to be accepted for work permit & in time enjoy such privileges like the permanent residents of Huaxi where each household has been assigned a car & a single-family home of 400 square metres, earn around US$6,000 per head per year. Compared with migrant workers who toil for an average monthly wage of 500 yean (US$60), the prosperity enjoyed by Huaxi villagers is an undeniable miracle

Like the song Hotel California – “You can check out anytime you like but you can never leave”.

 

But why would you want to leave when you’re already living in the best place of the world, as one resident said. Leaving is not the option but “living it up” and seeking other higher aspirations is the objective.

And all this started with the dream, hope & aspiration of one man, Wu Renbao (now in his eighties) who combine market economy, socialism with Chinese characteristics.

Wu Renbao (SIM CHI YIN/NYT)

When Chinese Daily writer Raymond Zhou wrote of Wen Renbao’s retirement, the announcement created aftershocks in the country media similar to what Bill Gates’s retirement about speculation in the software industry. Now Huaxi is headed by Wu Xie’en his fourth son, as elected 100% by the community.

This  amazing video will help clear your curiosity.

 http://youtu.be/yru1C-RE7lc

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