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Light up candles to memorize victims of Nanjing Massacre [Copy link] 中文

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On December 12, elementary school studentsin Nanjing heldred candles in their hands in memory of victims of Nanjing Massacre. In apublic activity held at the same day, people lit up 3000 red candles in thememorial of Nanjing Massacre. Nanjing citizens,student representatives, monks and international friendly people from China, Japanand Koreawere present to pray for world peace.

December 13 is the 76thAnniversary for victims of Nanjing Massacre


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Monks pray for the victims.

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People lit up candles.

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Primary school students held red candles in their hands.

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When such celebrationf for the students  of tiananmen?

Beijing has selective memory!

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Post time 2013-12-14 04:37:38 |Display all floors
yasawakic Post time: 2013-12-13 09:25
When such celebrationf for the students  of tiananmen?

Beijing has selective memory!

You can say the same about the west focusing mainly on TAM and forgetting about massacres prior massacres elsewhere.   Beijing may have a selective memory, but you have a double standard.

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