CHINA-JAPAN-VIETNAM-PHILIPPINES-DISPUTE-DIPLOMACY : News Photo

CHINA-JAPAN-VIETNAM-PHILIPPINES-DISPUTE-DIPLOMACY

This photo taken on February 26, 2013 shows a Chinese cook working in a restaurant behind a sign that says 'This shop does not receive the Japanese, The Philippines, The Vietnamese and Dog' at the historic tourist district of Houhai in Beijing. A sign at a Beijing restaurant barring citizens of nations involved in maritime disputes with China -- along with dogs -- has triggered a wave of online outrage among Vietnamese and Filipinos. The Beijing Snacks restaurant near the Forbidden City, a popular tourist spot, has posted a sign on its door reading 'This shop does not receive the Japanese, the Philippines, the Vietnamese and dog(s).'Photographs of the controversial sign have gone viral in Vietnamese-language forums and featured heavily in Philippine newspapers and websites on February 27. AFP PHOTO/Mark RALSTON (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
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This photo taken on February 26, 2013 shows a Chinese cook working in a restaurant behind a sign that says 'This shop does not receive the Japanese, The Philippines, The Vietnamese and Dog' at the historic tourist district of Houhai in Beijing. A sign at a Beijing restaurant barring citizens of nations involved in maritime disputes with China -- along with dogs -- has triggered a wave of online outrage among Vietnamese and Filipinos. The Beijing Snacks restaurant near the Forbidden City, a popular tourist spot, has posted a sign on its door reading 'This shop does not receive the Japanese, the Philippines, the Vietnamese and dog(s).'Photographs of the controversial sign have gone viral in Vietnamese-language forums and featured heavily in Philippine newspapers and websites on February 27. AFP PHOTO/Mark RALSTON (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
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February 26, 2013
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This photo taken on February 26 2013 shows a Chinese cook working in... News Photo 162790049Beijing,Chinese,Cookery,Diplomacy,District,History,Houhai,Photography,Politics,Restaurant,Showing,Sign,Tourist,Vertical,WorkingPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPThis photo taken on February 26, 2013 shows a Chinese cook working in a restaurant behind a sign that says 'This shop does not receive the Japanese, The Philippines, The Vietnamese and Dog' at the historic tourist district of Houhai in Beijing. A sign at a Beijing restaurant barring citizens of nations involved in maritime disputes with China -- along with dogs -- has triggered a wave of online outrage among Vietnamese and Filipinos. The Beijing Snacks restaurant near the Forbidden City, a popular tourist spot, has posted a sign on its door reading 'This shop does not receive the Japanese, the Philippines, the Vietnamese and dog(s).'Photographs of the controversial sign have gone viral in Vietnamese-language forums and featured heavily in Philippine newspapers and websites on February 27. AFP PHOTO/Mark RALSTON (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)