K-Pop Singers Back Beijing Over South China Sea Ruling

K-Pop Singers Back Beijing Over South China Sea Ruling

From left, Victoria, Fei and Cao Lu

Chinese contributors of manufactured Korean woman bands on Wednesday posted messages on social media protesting opposed to the UN arbitration court's ruling that China has no rights in disputed spaces of the South China Sea.

Victoria of f(x) posted a map of the South China Sea on Instagram and Weibo and wrote, "China can't shrink by way of the slightest bit".

The map showed no longermost effective all of China yet as well Taiwan and the South China Sea swathed in red.

Fei of leave out A and Fiestar member Cao Lu posted the similarsymbol on their Weibo accounts.

Chinese celebrities like actress Fan Bingbing have also rushed to screen their patriotism with an eye firmly on their fan base.

The Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague concluded that China has no historic rights to the South China Sea with its abundant fishing grounds and key shipping lanes.

The case used to be filed by the Philippines, which opposes what it perceives as Beijing's encroachment on its territorial rights.

China has built a synthetic island and armed forces installations on some submerged shoals in the house between the Philippines and Indonesia to justify its territorial claim.

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