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Post time 2012-10-22 10:02:53 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2012-10-22 10:03

1500 Chinese tourists arrived in Japan on a cruise ship, coming from Shanghai, in the midst of the territorial dispute with Japan over Diaoyudao.  Wonder if any of them will be interviewed by the Japanese press as to who they think Diaoyu should belong to?  Or, if any would dare express their views in public about it?  Is this a show of force for the pro-Japanese powers that be in China, apparently based in Shanghai?  Or a show of submission to Japan as well?

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Post time 2012-10-22 18:03:11 |Display all floors
Why should they be interviewd? You're acting as if they're the first Chinese to visit Japan since the idiotic riots. Get a grip on reality son.

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Post time 2012-10-23 12:07:34 |Display all floors
Freedom of speech, fool.  Guess you cannot get it in Nazi Japan.  

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Post time 2012-11-25 08:14:49 |Display all floors
It was regretful that Shanghai tourists visited Japan in the midst of dispute over Chinese Diaoyu Islands. However, I would rather not blame on those people, but the government, which doesn't really educuate the unison among Chinese, and cultivate the patriotism.

There is one spectacle grander than the sea, that is the sky; there is one spectacle grander than the sky, that is the interior of the soul.-Victor Hugo

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Post time 2012-11-25 10:50:56 |Display all floors
incarnationabc Post time: 2012-11-25 08:14
It was regretful that Shanghai tourists visited Japan in the midst of dispute over Chinese Diaoyu Is ...

The people need educating, but my guess is many of these sycophants have jobs or businesses that have tie-ins with Japanese businesses or banks in or outside of China.  And iIt seems that the governments themselves need education in patriotism, instead of being so tied up in political and economic considerations, as to forget what is good for their country.

  The Dioayu Movement is a patriotic movement of the people, who sacrificed lives and fortunes to fight on behalf of the rest of their countrymen, for their sake, not for their own sake.  But, there are people always who prefer to side with the Japanese, as China knew, they were not few or hard to find.  They were everywhere during the Japanese invasion of China.  Even in the highest rungs of government, such as in the case of Wang Jingwei, or Li Hongzhang.  

Top is what Japan wants.  As they said, "The higher the better."  Once the top is corrupted, the body goes to the butcher shop to be drawn and quartered.  China nearly never recovered from 1895.

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Post time 2012-11-25 11:02:42 |Display all floors
incarnationabc Post time: 2012-11-25 08:14
It was regretful that Shanghai tourists visited Japan in the midst of dispute over Chinese Diaoyu Is ...

Why? To not visit a country because of some island dispute is idiotic. It's not like anything changed anyway.

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Post time 2012-11-25 11:40:46 |Display all floors
abramicus Post time: 2012-11-25 10:50
The people need educating, but my guess is many of these sycophants have jobs or businesses that h ...

Well, quislings, and disloyal might be in every country, more or less, but not only Wang jiwei, the ilk. in China.  

Chinese government and Chinese people should always know the bottom lines about ourselves, i.e. sovereignty of every inch our territory is not negotiable, and we should make sure that Japan, and its backer Uncle Sam understand unmistakably. However some incumbent Chinese officials do not firmly stick to our rightful claims but babbling about shelfing the dispute.  This throws a cold blanket on our people.

Currently most Chinese officials just focus on economy, and slightly neglect the education of patriotism, and collective action except for simply sloganizing unlike what Japan has been done for their country fellow.

I am not sure whether or not there is a nationalwide tribute or official tribute paid to the departed people who devoted their live to China as Japan does annually.

Chinese need to be  trained for stengthening genuine patriotism and collective atction. And Chinese government should take the lead.


There is one spectacle grander than the sea, that is the sky; there is one spectacle grander than the sky, that is the interior of the soul.-Victor Hugo

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