China issues Vietnam tourist warning after riots

Posted: May 16, 2014 in Current Affairs, World Affairs
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BEIJING: China has issued a warning to tourists planning trips to Vietnam, as state-media on Thursday blamed Hanoi for encouraging the country´s worst anti-Beijing riots in decades, in which one Chinese worker was killed.

Anti-China protesters set more than a dozen factories on fire in Vietnam on Wednesday in response to Beijing´s deployment of an oil rig in waters contested between the two nations.

China´s tourism administration said in a notice on its website Wednesday that any Chinese planning to visit Vietnam should “carefully consider” their plans, and called for visitors to “raise their consciousness of danger”.

Meanwhile, China´s state-run Global Times newspaper said in an editorial that the riots — which saw at least 15 factories set on fire — were “the outcome of Hanoi´s years of anti-China propaganda”.

“China´s over-tolerance must not test China´s patience beyond the limit,” the paper said, adding that Vietnam should compensate foreign investors.

A Chinese worker was killed in a riot at a Taiwanese plant, a local policemen told AFP on Thursday.

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