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If Malaysians try to protest in Beijing....

Peaceful assembly: A group of Chinese nationals marching in front of the Japanese embassy in Kuala Lumpur.

Besih 2.0 peaceful rallies in Beijing and other major cities in China were banned by China communist regime.

Since BN government has charged Bersih 2.0 organizer for illegal assembly, I want to see what legal action is taken against Chinese nationals for this illegal assembly held in Kuala Lumpur.

As usual, you will see double standards from police and attorney in prosecuting our NGOs and opposition parties.

Chinese nationals have NEVER protested against their own government for surrendered 330,000 square kilometers land to foreign countries in last 60 years.

Yet, they are protesting against Japan for a tiny island dispute is like a man is only seeing a tree in the jungle.

Chinese nationals protest outside Japanese embassy

KUALA LUMPUR: A group of Chinese nationals gathered outside the Japanese embassy here to protest against Japan’s presence around some disputed islands in the East China Sea.

Known as Senkaku in Japan and Diaoyu in China, the islands are uninhabited but situated in rich fishing waters and said to sit atop valuable natural resources.

The group came with a huge banner calling for Japan to leave the islands and mini national flags of China. The peaceful gathering was over in less than 10 minutes.

Group spokesman Huang Bin said Japan’s continued presence around the islands would affect the relationship between both nations.

“We are gathered here peacefully to show our dissatisfaction over Japanese presence on the islands,” he said after handing over a memorandum to a representative from the embassy yesterday.

He hoped Japan would heed the calls of all Chinese worldwide to give up their claims on the resource-rich islands.

The archipelago is currently administered by Japan but China and Taiwan had claimed ownership of it.

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