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RSS Seth_Tan

Reward Points:133
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Seth_Tan(133) Clarified
3 points

So, how will this actually be beneficial for them? What are the direct positive outcomes that may stem from the opportunity for new immigrants to have their own cultural practices?

2 points

So what you are trying to say is that economic benefits are derived essentially from a diverse society. How do you know? Will a diverse society impede the development or sustainability of an economy instead?

Seth_Tan(133) Clarified
3 points

How so? This is just a sweeping statement. You should provide examples to support your claims.

Seth_Tan(133) Clarified
1 point

So, what are you trying to argue? That there wasn't any legitimate boundaries drawn? Is that the true case?

2 points

But historically, the territory belongs to the Qing dynasty, which dates all the way back, even before the British were colonial masters of India.

1 point

China has the right of claim as Aksai Chin falls within Tibet, which is a Chinese territory.

1 point

What do you mean it was defending the sovereignty of Tibet? Tibet was never an independent territory to start with?

Seth_Tan(133) Clarified
1 point

So, Mr Hoong, what's your point then? Please show some thinking and share with us what you think about the debate motion...

2 points

China has the right of claim as the Aksai chin area belongs to her.

Seth_Tan(133) Clarified
1 point

Hey hello Golden Eagle, which side of the fence are you on?

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