In 2012 China presented disputable new identifications. On a few pages, the identifications included a guide that recommended challenged bits of domain were its own, among them the greater part of the South China Sea. The new outline incited fringe control authorities in different countries, including India and Vietnam, to abstain from stamping the travel papers, or the demonstration appeared to legitimize China's regional cases. Vietnam started stamping separate bits of paper, and after that joining those to international ID pages.
On July 23, Vietnamese movement staff purportedly went above and beyond, writing "f**k you" on the pages of a Chinese lady's visa. Recently (July 27) the Chinese department in Ho Chi Minh City provided details regarding the occurrence (join in Chinese):
It was a fearful, disgraceful activity that damages Chinese subjects' national honor and nobility. We are furious, and we hatred and denounce such activities. We asked for that Vietnam dispatch an examination, rebuff the related gatherings, and ensure no such thing happens once more. Vietnam has consented to direct an examination."
Here's the story being coursed in Chinese media: Zhong flew from Guangzhou to Ho Chi Minh City on the morning of July 23. When she recovered her international ID from the movement staff, she found the foulness wrote on pages 8 and 24. Those pages demonstrate a daintily printed dashed-line map enclosing a large portion of the South China Sea.
Chinese media broadly gave an account of the occurrence, and the articles created a great many remarks (join in Chinese), most communicating annoyance toward Vietnam. Zhong told Beijing News (join in Chinese) that she felt mortified disillusioned.
On the online networking stage Weibo, the news turned into an inclining topic (join in Chinese, enrollment required), pulling in more than 1.8 million visits. Some Weibo clients proposed (join in Chinese) no more going to Vietnam. One said, "If the child is insidious, then we will beat it." Some scrutinized the Chinese government for "denouncing without really doing anything."
Vietnam has since a long time ago dissented the "nine-dash line," which China drew on a guide after World War 2 and utilizations to legitimize its far reaching claims. More up to date Chinese maps (counting those on the international IDs) have a 10-dash line, with one being included east of Taiwan.
On July 12 a global tribunal nullified China's dashed-line claims in a 500-page administering. Vietnam respected the decision the day it turned out. It battles the Paracel Islands off its coast, at present involved by China, are its region. What's more, in 2012 it challenged the China National Offshore Oil Corporation welcoming outside organizations to offer for oil investigation squares falling great inside Vietnam's selective monetary zone.
Beijing promised to overlook the decision, which likewise exasperated a huge number of Chinese subjects, told since evaluation school that the greater part of the ocean has a place with their nation.