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BEIJING - China on Saturday protested against a Japanese Cabinet minister's visit to the controversial war-linked Yasukuni Shrine.
"This once again shows the mistaken attitude of the current Japanese Cabinet toward history," Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said in a statement.
China has lodged solemn representations and protests with the Japanese side, he said.
On Saturday, Japan's Internal ...

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Post time 2014-4-12 23:08:12 |Display all floors
With the growing strength of China. Perhaps it is now time for China to press for War reparation that Chiang Kai Shek dismissed inadvertently on behalf of all Chinese that he did not actually represented.

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Post time 2014-4-13 10:35:58 |Display all floors
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                                With the growing strength of China. Perhaps it is now time for China to press for War reparation tha ...
If money would make everything hunky-dory, then that is simply pathetic.

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Post time 2014-4-13 16:31:28 |Display all floors
Birds of a feather flock together. That holds true to Abe and his cabinet members, who lack in common the historical perception and imagination of the previous war. They have never made public what they find the war and Japan's involvement wherein, simply referring to revision of the pacifism of the constitution and tramsformation of the SDF into a regular army. What is tragic to the country, they seem to be little interested in diplomatic relation with Asian neighbors who could be friends in need in near future.

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