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Saigon firm fined for using travel brochures with infamous nine-dash line

Saigontourist was fined VND50 million ($2,200) Friday for using brochures carrying China’s infamous nine-dash line which violates Vietnam's waters sovereignty.

Controversial nine-dash line appears on Chinese travel brochures in Saigon

Chinese tourism brochures displayed at an expo in Saigon last month carried China's nine-dash line that violates Vietnam's sovereignty, and were promptly seized.

Vietnam publishing house recalls picture books with bogus Chinese map

A Hanoi-based publishing house has recalled a picture book after the infamous Chinese nine-dash line crept into it, undetected.
September 05, 2018 | 08:09 am GMT+7

Shopping website removes toy with controversial nine-dash line

Authorities had ordered that Shopee removes a toy showing a Chinese map violating Vietnam’s sovereignty.
August 03, 2018 | 06:26 pm GMT+7

Vietnam travel agency suspended for bringing Chinese in infamous nine-dash line shirts

The company has paid its fines and plans to shut down because of the long suspension period of nine months.
July 07, 2018 | 12:25 pm GMT+7

Tourists wearing nine-dash line shirts in Vietnam was 'unacceptable': gov't

'It was an organized act, prepared and arranged with bad intentions,' said a government spokesman.
May 19, 2018 | 11:30 am GMT+7

Vietnam reasserts sovereign rights amid 'nine-dash line' shirt incident

The T-shirts worn by a group of Chinese tourists displayed a demarcation that claims waters belonging to Vietnam.
May 17, 2018 | 09:27 pm GMT+7

Vietnam looking into motive of Chinese group behind controversial nine-dash line shirts

It's illegal for anyone to demonstrate the line in Vietnam but the country does not have a specific rule on the matter.
May 16, 2018 | 04:24 pm GMT+7

Chinese tourists enter Vietnam in controversial nine-dash line T-shirts

They were asked to take them off and give them to local police.
May 15, 2018 | 03:53 pm GMT+7

Philippines envoy 'optimistic' about ice breaking China trip

"The idea is to use the South China Sea as a place to save lives, but not to kill people or to destroy lives," said former Philippines President Fidel Ramos. 
August 09, 2016 | 03:52 pm GMT+7
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