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Four stone statues of Japanese generals kneel in front of a tomb in Wenchang, Hainan Province. A man surnamed Ling had the statues made and placed at the grave of a family member who died during the War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression (1937-45). The four statues are depicted in uniform and bear the names of Japanese generals on their backs, including general Ando Rikichi and general Iida Shojiro. Photo: Chinanews.com




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Post time 2014-7-10 21:49:07 |Display all floors
That is controversial ,in my view I think Japanese should do it themselves not Chiinese to forge it ~

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286633460 Post time: 2014-7-10 08:49
That is controversial ,in my view I think Japanese should do it themselves not Chiinese to forge it  ...

well sez just dont understand what the artist was thinkin  
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Post time 2014-7-10 22:01:48 |Display all floors
youknowhat Post time: 2014-7-10 21:57
well sez just dont understand what the artist was thinkin

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Post time 2014-7-10 22:12:38 |Display all floors
Art fails me

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Post time 2014-7-10 22:21:10 |Display all floors
Should have put the Jap emperor there too.

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Post time 2014-7-10 22:36:21 |Display all floors
286633460 Post time: 2014-7-10 09:01

but then again...ART is anything you can get away with (and make lots of $$$ as well)  
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