Sunday, August 18, 2013

Anti-Japan protests mark anniversary | The Japan Times

Sunday marks the one-year anniversary of the start of anti-Japanese protests that flared in many parts of China over the ownership of the Senkaku Islands, amid lingering Chinese frustration among the socially vulnerable over widening gaps between the rich and poor.

On Aug. 18, 2012, hundreds of people gathered in the central city of Xian and other places to protest Japan’s arrest of Chinese activists who landed on one of the uninhabited Japan-held islets in the East China Sea. China also claims the chain, which it calls Diaoyu.

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Comment: Since the protests of a year ago, China has also laid claim to Okinawa! What's next, Hawaii??? With all the dough owed them by the American government to pay China to produce all those Walmart goods to be purchased by American's with their welfare checks, it would just about be an even swap. As for Okinawa, I'm sure that given the Chinese claims (on Hawaii), America will say they never really wanted to have their bases there anyway. It was those shifty eyed Japanese that made them do it...

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