Recently, many imported products with the illegal nine-dash line have been detected in Vietnam, capturing public attention. The “cow’s tongue line” or “nine-dash line” is a concept that China relies on to claim historical rights over almost of the East Sea (internationally known as the South China Sea), which is contrary to international law. In 2016, the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) issued a ruling confirming that China’s declaration has no legal basis. Vietnam has repeatedly stated that it does not accept China’s use of the cow’s tongue line to encroach on Vietnam’s waters. The US Department of State also said that China’s nine-dash line in the East Sea is ‘ridiculous and illegal’. China’s ambition is real and consistent, as shown in the fact that its people wear clothes or use passports printed with the nine-dash line. That is an unacceptable act. In Vietnam, many cultural products from China with the nine-dash line on them have been detected. In March 2018, the film “Operation Red Sea” made the public angry because a scene featured Chinese warships surrounding a foreign ship and forcing the ship leave the water they called the “South China Sea”. In October 2019, four cultural publications containing… Read full this story
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