Shocking Chinese Group Violence in Phnom Penh Road Rage Scene

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Shocking Chinese Group Violence in Phnom Penh Road Rage Scene

Post by CEOCambodiaNews » Wed Oct 16, 2019 4:42 pm

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Cambodian News (Phnom Penh): On October 16, at 2 am, a traffic accident reportedly sparked an attack by a group of Chinese men against a Cambodian man in Sangkat Psar Depor, Khan Toul Ko, Phnom Penh.

Before the incident, a car carrying 6 Chinese men hit a car belonging to a Cambodian man. After the accident, the Chinese piled out of the car and violently attacked the Cambodian driver with rocks.

After the accident, the group of Chinese people was arrested for assault, and taken to Khan Toul Kok police station for questioning.
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Post by la8rat » Wed Oct 16, 2019 5:30 pm

A lie can get round the world faster than the truth can get its boots on.
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Re: Shocking Chinese Group Violence in Phnom Penh Road Rage Scene

Post by ExPenhMan » Wed Oct 16, 2019 9:51 pm

At what point does the cost of policing, justice, infrastructure damage, upgrading infrastructure, increasing immigration services, environmental degradation and damage, widening of drug usage, etc. start to overtake the "benefits" of increasing Chinese "tourist" numbers? Cambodia is getting bitten in the ass during this love affair with China.
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Post by frank lee bent » Thu Oct 17, 2019 4:56 am

Lots more will come.
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Re: Shocking Chinese Group Violence in Phnom Penh Road Rage Scene

Post by Cruisemonkey » Thu Oct 17, 2019 6:11 am

ExPenhMan wrote:
Wed Oct 16, 2019 9:51 pm
Cambodia is getting bitten in the ass during this love affair with China.
I think she like it 'rough'. :whip:
You could be next.
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Re: Shocking Chinese Group Violence in Phnom Penh Road Rage Scene

Post by clutchcargo » Thu Oct 17, 2019 6:30 am

ExPenhMan wrote:
Wed Oct 16, 2019 9:51 pm
At what point does the cost of policing, justice, infrastructure damage, upgrading infrastructure, increasing immigration services, environmental degradation and damage, widening of drug usage, etc. start to overtake the "benefits" of increasing Chinese "tourist" numbers? Cambodia is getting bitten in the ass during this love affair with China.
Getting rid of the casinos would be a good start..I suspect a lot of the associated bad elements of gambling would then go too...but it won't happen sadly.
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Post by chiaojiang » Thu Oct 17, 2019 8:14 am

CEOCambodiaNews wrote:
Wed Oct 16, 2019 6:05 pm
lmao chinese are such a joke. love them so much
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Re: Shocking Chinese Group Violence in Phnom Penh Road Rage Scene

Post by Mishmash » Thu Oct 17, 2019 9:11 am

Many Chinese are here to work hard and make some cash for back home.

I see them on the gateway project - living in conditions it must be difficult to endure and seriously working in tough dangerous jobs.

The bosses even crowd together in a villa and rarely go out.

It is as distressing for them to see this 'Shit' (my Khmer friends phrase) as it is for any decent people.

The talk in the market is about making Visas tougher - so these types of people don't enter the KoW in the first place.

Yeah - Casinos appeared to be a good idea - at first - macau, las vegas style - but the reality soon hit home.

I do dislike the Chicom system - but the majority of Chinese workers and investors I have every respect for.

Indeed, I respect Western/Korean/Japanese expats who do the same.

It seems preferable to most 'do-gooder' fraudulent NGO workers with Western Salaries, Villas with swimming pools and huge SUV's who do jack-shit about providing real jobs and real economic opportunities to the Khmer people.

As for the owning everything in Chinoukville - major mistake - is dispossessing the Khmers and reminds me of history where entire indigenous peoples eventually became second class citizens in their own countries.

Let's all hope for a brighter future and keep up the good fight against people who try to spoil our lives.
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