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Post time 2014-9-10 07:57:57 |Display all floors
Public opinion poll shows lessening effect of Diaoyu Islands dispute, but cloud remains, report Zhang Yunbi in Beijing and Cai Hong in Tokyo.

The impact of the Diaoyu Islands dispute on China-Japan ties is diminishing, but pessimism over future relations remains, the latest public opinion poll in both countries showed.



A majority of the public continued to see the significance of the relations ...

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Post time 2014-9-10 07:57:58 |Display all floors
Can forgive; but cannot forget their past brutalities and atrocities...

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Post time 2014-9-10 11:34:15 |Display all floors
The sentiment between the two countries is almost in line with political situations and perception among the people. Bad impression about China among the Japanese is mostly brought about by some campaign and propagandda of Abe administration with China portrayed as a military threat, which is deeply related to their intention to renounce the pacifist constitution toward rearmament of the country. The island issue,
which has also been taken advantage of by Abe, should be shelved as soon as possible just as it had been since the time of Chou En Lai and exPM Tanaka.

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Post time 2014-9-10 11:45:54 |Display all floors
All it needs is for Shinjo Abe to travel to China during APAEC meeting, confirm a brief stopover to Nanjing before landing in Beijing, kneel before the monument where 300000 chinese people being brutally killed during the WWII, and extend his sincere apologies and regret on behalf of all Japanese people, thereafter you will be assure the poll result will swing in right direction and no doubt that Xi JingPing will not hold talks with him to discuss how to improve bilateral ties for next 10 years.

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Post time 2014-9-10 11:51:50 |Display all floors
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Can forgive; but cannot forget their past brutalities and atrocities...

If you want to forgive that's your business. But never trust them. That would be a huge mistake.
If capitalism promotes innovation and creativity then why aren't scientists and artists the richest people in a capitalist nation?

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Post time 2014-9-10 15:06:35 |Display all floors
Abe and his aggressive gangs are the sole cause of this enmity towards China since China overtook Japan economically in 2013!  Such are what sour grapes can do to harm the friendship of the two countries.

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Post time 2014-9-11 06:04:20 |Display all floors
The opportunity of a livehood for a meet is at the present status quite visible and it is up to the Japanese to ensure that they do not stir up another complication/s.

The opportunity is golden and it is up to them to see if they will treasure such and there may never be another chance. Whatever the Japanese say, did or intention should be careful not to cause a concern to the other party or its people.

Indeed, Japan can end all these unpleasent events that ply these periods with just one single move and  end the unhappinese once and for all. We know that Abe is hawkish and proud coming from a family that serve Japan. Just one unpresidented move and all that happen will end there and then paving the way no Japanese PM has ever did.go on to Nanjing where it then happened and sincerely do the apology rite. There is nothing to be ashame of but instead he will gain that respect no any Japanese PM ever got from China.

The move need a lot of courage and will power and is he man enough to do that, that will move not just Chinese in China but all the Chinese in South East Asia and the world. The condemnsation and accusation will end right in the spot and a new event of history will unfold in the history book.

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