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    Posted May 15, 2014 by
    Suting
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    Thousands Taiwanese factories been destroyed by Vietnam anti-Chinese mobs.

     
    Massive anti-China movement happens in May 13th due to China National Offshore Oil Corp.( CEO.N ) set up oil drilling platform in the South China Sea claimed by Taiwan, Vietnam and China. Thousands of Vietnamese mobs gathered in the provinces of Binh Duong and Dong Nai on May 13th. Not only China’s enterprises also Taiwanese manufactories become mob’s targets. Any company with Chinese banner in the front door will be considered as China’s enterprises. Over thousands Taiwanese factories had been attacked more than three times.

    Mobs even invade factories in the late night. Lots of Taiwanese hide in their dormitory or even bathroom with extreme shock. After mobs leave, some Taiwanese escape from the factory by take off their foreign license plate from their car, or via local staff’s motorbike, and some even pay 3times high charges to local taxi to hotel or airport. But sadly, things seem become more serious in Vietnam. Yesterday night, mobs blocked the road to check whether there are any Chinese in vehicles, even Chinese Vietnamese will be attacked if they were caught.

    However, China’s authorities block all information about this anti-China protest. Nor did Xinhua News Agency or CCTV report this news. Thousands of Taiwanese owned factories had been destroyed, robbed and burn down which results in countless financial lost. Taiwanese business in Vietnam opened an facebook page called “ Latest report from 513 anti-Chinese protest”「513最新排華情況回報https://www.facebook.com/groups/1374690332820209/」 to share latest news with each other. From photos they posted shows clearly about how badly their factories had been damaged, and how dangerous satiations they are facing in. There might have another protest been held on May 18th, but it haven’t been confirmed.

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