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Leung Tsz Kwong (tszkwongl)
Sun, 15 Sep 1996 15:21:07 +0800

The Tia-yu-su Islands ("Fishing Islands")are undoubtedly part of China, not
as the US government said that it doesn't belong to any nations!
There were numerous proofs from historial documents to illustrate this.
Even from foreign documents, for example, a map made in 1858 by a British
scholar, G.F.Crunchley, as well as another map made in 1879 by a Spanish,
Montaner Y. Simon also indicated that the Tia-yu-su Islands belongs to
The US government should be responsible for making a mistake on announcing
to return back the ownership of Tia-yu-su Islands (She has no right to do
that) back to Japan in 1972 after the WW II. This provides an excuse for
Japan to conquer the islands. I feel very sorry for her suspicious attitude
towards the event.

Hope this help those who are not very clear to the incident.

Leung Tsz Kwong
Hong Kong