Saturday, April 16, 2005

Views on Japan, by the Chinese
Let me tell you about life
And bout the way it is
You see we live by the gun
So we die by the gun's kids
It's interesting that most of them cited 'Japanese Technology' as one reason not to be at odds with Japan. The other thing is that the Chinese are looking for an apology for the invasion and war crimes, which is fair play.

Except that Japan already has:
There is widespread bewilderment in Japan over China’s accusations . In 1995, Prime Minister Murayama delivered a heartfelt apology and Mr Koizumi himself, standing on the famous Marco Polo Bridge in 2001, said: “After visiting the memorial museum I deeply felt the cruelty of the war and felt heartfelt apology and condolence. What we can do is to not cause war any more, in order to react to the feelings of the victims of the war. For the peace of Asia and the world, the Japan-China relationship is one of the most important.”

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