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|Monday, April 09, 2001, updated at 09:20(GMT+8)|
Chinese Continue Slamming US HegemonismPeople in various parts of China are continuing to condemn the US hegemonistic activities concerning the mid-air collision in which a US surveillance plane destroyed a Chinese fighter jet.
In Guangzhou, the provincial capital of Guangdong, south China, local universities held symposiums to discuss and criticize US hegemonism. Teachers and students showed enormous concern over the life of the missing Chinese pilot.
"The present attitude of the US government is unacceptable for us," said Zhou Haiyin, vice chairman of the Student Union of Zhongshan University. The US government has once again severely hurt the feelings of the Chinese people and "we want apologies and necessary compensation from the United States," Zhou said.
In Nanjing, the provincial capital of Jiangsu Province, east China, international law experts from Nanjing University pointed out that the US military plane's invasion into Chinese airspace and landing at a Chinese airport without approval from the Chinese government is against international law.
Liu Lexin, a businessman from Guiyang, the provincial capital of Guizhou Province, southwest China, questioned the whereabouts of American "democracy and human rights," when a Chinese pilot is missing after the collision caused by the US surveillance plane.
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