在外交部组织的一场论坛上，英国记者训斥中国驻马尼拉大使馆一位官员。“东南亚的这些国家害怕你们的所作所为。住手，交一些朋友吧。”BBC的一位记者Bill Hayton对中国驻菲律宾大使秘书Shan Ao说道。早些时候，Shan在一场公开论坛上走近麦克风，指出中国并无意为了捍卫南海九段线而发动战争。
外文标题：BBC journalist to Chinese envoy: Stop it, make some friends
2:35 AM | Sunday, February 15th, 2015
A British journalist and author of a book on the South China Sea territorial disputes gave an official of the Chinese Embassy in Manila a dressing down at a forum organized by the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) on Friday.
“These countries (in Southeast Asia) are petrified of what you are doing. Stop doing it and make some friends,” Bill Hayton, a reporter of the British Broadcasting Corp., told Shan Ao, secretary to the ambassador of China to the Philippines.
“（东南亚的）这些国家害怕你们的所作所为。住手，交一些朋友吧。”BBC的一位记者Bill Hayton对中国驻菲律宾大使秘书Shan Ao说道。
Shan earlier approached the microphone during the open forum to point out that China has no intention of waging a war to defend its nine-dash-line claim in the South China Sea.
“China is not going to start a war. It is not true. [What it aims] is peace and stability in the region,” Shan said shortly after Hayton gave his lecture on “The South China Sea and China’s Geopolitical Interests.”
No need for friends, China just has its interests.
YOUR INDIAN! If not, please change you name.
No, he is a Chinese. Just check his timeline for all his posts.
BBC should get out of the century old hangover which it is living
it’s always lonely at the top. lots of ppl at the bottom of the pyramid though.
What an idiot that creepy pasty fucker is. The ROC first published the 9-dashed line. Of course the Flips need a white man to make wild claims for them