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Nagoya mayor should 'kneel and apologize' for Nanjing Massacre: FM [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2017-1-24 21:09:54 |Display all floors
BEIJING -- Nagoya Mayor Takashi Kawamura should kneel and apologize to the Chinese people for the Nanjing Massacre in 1937, a spokesperson said Tuesday.
The comment came after Kawamura downplayed the severity of APA, a Japanese hotel chain, placing in its rooms a book denying the Nanjing Massacre and the forced recruitment of comfort women.
Kawamura said the Japanese should go to Nanjing to kneel  ...

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Post time 2017-1-24 21:09:59 |Display all floors
Let us be realistic in demand and command! Will Chinese tourists stop visiting Japan? Well, frankly majority of Chinese love to visit Japan. They will buy more goods during their trip in Japan. Most Chinese in China say that it is duty of government to deal with Japan, while they as commoner should enjoy or otherwise it will never be too wise not to do so! Real pain and sorrows to hear that! China government is trying all her best to protect, but China citizens are doing the opposite!

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Post time 2017-1-24 22:10:05 |Display all floors
Majority of Chinese love to visit Japan. They perceive Japan as friendly and harmless. Most do not know the evil crimes committed by Japan Imperial Army during the war years in China. Sad to see that Chinese do not know their own history even though China government pain taking efforts to educate them.

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Post time 2017-1-25 04:58:19 |Display all floors
Boycott Japan!  Stop visiting Japan!

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