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We know that under the hai jin (海禁) policy, unofficial trade outside of the tribute system was (largely) banned as of 1557, if not earlier.
In 1567, the ban was lifted for Southeast Asia - Chinese could now travel to, and trade in, Southeast Asian ports, but were still banned by the Ming government from traveling to Japan, or trading with Japanese in Japanese or Chinese ports. Is there a specific date or year at which the Ming court reversed their decision and decided to allow Chinese to travel to Japan? Lord Ameth , 11 July 2007 (UTC) This article is up for deletion, because it's a tiny stub with no information beyond birth and death dates and occupation.
People there cann't accept it.2), I found there's also the chinese estimate of american casualities, So I pose it in the info box,but it was quickly removed.
So these editors cann't accept any sources they don't like.
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We have fixed quite a number of issues over the past week.
So I just pose the question why these invalid sources must be added in the infox? 4)Throughout the discussion, I perceived strong chaunvinist and nationalist views from some editors.
Some editors claims the american sources are absolutely right,some editores votes for not pleasing the chinese and some claim Ksyrie,you have no place in english wikipedia.5)Final word, I tried to solve it in the wiki dispute precedure,but editors don't favor the mediation request,which I found strange,since we have disputed for so longtime,why not ask a mediation.
--Palace Guard008 (Talk) , 21 July 2007 (UTC) I have a lengthy and fruitless dispute with some editors in this article.Editing Chinese pop music articles can be a hassle - there are basically no reliable sources on the musicians in my opinion. There are actual news articles, such as ones in the Taipei Times, China Radio International (English), Sing Tao News, etc. - Pandacomics , 2 July 2007 (UTC) Alright I'm just going by what kind of stuff I find when I do Google searches for Chinese pop stars.Everything out there are blogs, poorly-maintained fansites, and online gossip magazines. Some odd articles from online news sites, yes, but mostly blogs and fansites and forums.Hong Qi Gong I have a list is missing topics related to Chinese history, though many of them are about military history.Due to sources, at least some of the titles are based on the previous transliteration, so I don't know how many of them could be only worth of redirect.