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I can tell you are wrongly guided by you government and your media.|
If you keep talking on Chinese propaganda is the reason for Sino-Japanese hatred, you are wrong, wrong, wrong.
As a Chinese reading Chinese newspaper everyday, I can tell you our government talked of Sino-Japanese friendship more often than WW2 history. We have more such talks before, but it become less nowadays, because the Japanese are not friendly.
I can tell you, Daioyutai issue started from overseas Chinese. At that time, although we learned about the fact, most of us remained calm, as our government made us believe Japan is a friend.
Of course we were taught of Japanese war crime, it is history and real fact. It will be a crime if we do not tell our children the fact. Think about what you have done to our country. The memory will last many generation, no money can buy it. Even if our government order all school stop teaching, the story will still past on.
Do give excuse it is normal for killing and rape in a war, think about why there was a war, an invasion in the first place. Who give you the right to come to China? The right wingers in your country know about how serious is this question, and they are trying in everyway to maintain they have good reason for invading others. Just a few days ago, a guy in Tokyo even said, because Chinese and Korean were weak, then they deserved to be invaded. Are you trying to give the same excuse? Is you think so, just tell me, then I don't need to talk with you any more.
As a people from a country who did the crime, you would like to think the story was not true, so you keep believing those ‘studies’ denying. But for your friend, a people from the country that suffer, he do not need to read those stuff, because he was told many times the story witnessed by his father, grandfather and other senior citizens. Should you want to know the truth, I will suggest you come to China, and listen to the old people’s stories before the generation pass away. If you cannot come, you should be able still to find the details, such as articles written by former imperial soldiers who truly regret to their crime, but these kind of documents are just so few in Japan.