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China's ambassador to the United Kingdom, Liu Xiaoming, replied to a letter from a 98-year-old British war veteran who supported an article written by Liu condemning Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for his aggressive attitude toward re-militarizing Japan.

Fred Seiker survived action in the North Atlantic in World War II and the Thai-Burma Railway.

Seiker characterized his letter to Liu "as a small token of support for your article in the name of my friends who were murdered by the Japanese military whilst working on the Thai-Burma Railway".

Liu's article, which was published in The Daily Telegraph on Jan 2, strongly criticized Abe, who visited the Yasukuni Shrine on Dec 26. Liu accused Abe of deliberately raising tensions in Asia and putting the world on a "perilous path".


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