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    Hansaram

    Surely, it can not be worse than Dragon Ball Evolution.

    Posted in: Critic review 'Attack on Titan' movie: 'I wished the titans would eat the kids so it would end'

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    Hansaram

    Another stupid anti Japanese propaganda from the evil communist to distract their own people from economy slump.

    Oh, don't forget, it's not the CCP that fought war against the Japanese, but it's the KMT.

    Posted in: China shows off victory over Japan logo

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    Hansaram

    Like the way the CCP politburo ever listens to the Chinese people? Hell they won't even let them vote for their own leaders.

    So I guess Japan under Abe is like CCP then.

    Posted in: China envoy warns Japan not to backtrack on WW2 remorse

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    Hansaram

    but that he will not issue a fresh apology - despite a recent poll by Kyodo news agency that found 67% of respondents thought he should.

    Why is it so hard for Abe to apologize when 67% of Japanese people think Abe should apologize.

    Does Abe ever listen to Japanese people. Oh wait, he never.

    Posted in: China envoy warns Japan not to backtrack on WW2 remorse

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    Hansaram

    Describe a sincere apology for me. Answer: Dead silence.

    Sincere apology is when Japanese stop denying it.

    Tokyo governor Shintaro Ishihara: There was no Nanking Massacre http://shanghaiist.com/2012/03/03/tokyogovernorshintaroishiharath.php

    Nagoya mayor sticks to 'Nanking Massacre' denial http://ajw.asahi.com/article/behindnews/socialaffairs/AJ201202280033

    NHK Governor: Nanjing Massacre ‘Never Happened’ http://thediplomat.com/2014/02/nhk-governor-nanjing-massacre-never-happened/

    A apology specifically on Nanking massacre is needed to prove that Japan do not deny Nanking massacre.

    Posted in: China envoy warns Japan not to backtrack on WW2 remorse

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    Hansaram

    Japan need to specifically apologize for Nanking massacre to show and make it clear to the world that they do acknowledge Nanking massacre incident and not denying it. There has been apologize made in the past but making a general apologize without specifically mention Nanking massacre is vague and open to interpretation,make one wonder if Nanking massacre is part of the apologize included.

    Posted in: China envoy warns Japan not to backtrack on WW2 remorse

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    Hansaram

    Isn't it obvious that China never care about Senkaku Island but they just want the oil in there.

    Posted in: Japan demands China halt oil exploration in part of East China Sea

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    Hansaram

    It will be great if Japanese government issues a statement apologize something along this line "We, the Japanese government admit that during Nanking massacre, thousands of innocent Chinese civilians has been murdered and raped by Imperial Japan. The Japanese government express regret and apologize for this incident".

    Unfortunately, it might be too hard for Abe and Japanese government to offer such statement as they might lost votes and support from the Japanese right wingers.

    Posted in: Japanese company apologizes to U.S. POWs for WWII forced labor

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    Hansaram

    As Singapore PM pointed out, although Japan has apologize many times, on issues like Nanking massacre, its positions have been less unequivocal.

    “Japan has already expressed remorse or apologies for the war in general terms… but on specific issues like comfort women and the Nanjing Massacre, its positions have been less unequivocal,” Lee said. http://www.scmp.com/news/asia/diplomacy/article/1813134/singaporean-leader-calls-states-break-vicious-cycle-south-china?ei=oH1pVazJDYOjygOC4YGYDA&ved=0CC8Q-AsoAjAIOB4&usg=AFQjCNHxwEbRNWyWI7yPFokEwxjOefFDkA

    Posted in: Japanese company apologizes to U.S. POWs for WWII forced labor

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    Hansaram

    As Singapore PM pointed out, although Japan has apologize many times, on issues like Nanking massacre, its positions have been less unequivocal.

    “Japan has already expressed remorse or apologies for the war in general terms… but on specific issues like comfort women and the Nanjing Massacre, its positions have been less unequivocal,” Lee said. http://www.scmp.com/news/asia/diplomacy/article/1813134/singaporean-leader-calls-states-break-vicious-cycle-south-china?ei=oH1pVazJDYOjygOC4YGYDA&ved=0CC8Q-AsoAjAIOB4&usg=AFQjCNHxwEbRNWyWI7yPFokEwxjOefFDkA

    Posted in: Japanese company apologizes to U.S. POWs for WWII forced labor

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    Hansaram

    @tinawatanabe

    A specific apologize to Nanking massacre is needed. Yes, Japan has apologize before but non of them are specific about Nanking. Let me tell you a story about argument I had with one Japanese guy in the internet. According to that Japanese guy, Nanking massacre never happen. Then, I pointed out that Japanese government has apologize which prove that Japanese government acknowledge that Nanking massacre. However, the Japanese guy reply me and argue that Japanese government never specifically apologize on massacre issues itself but rather just a general apologize on the war damage cause, thus Japanese government never acknowledge Nanking massacre is real. Personally, I think it's better that Japanese government issues an apologize SPECIFICALLY for Nanking massacre.

    Posted in: Japanese company apologizes to U.S. POWs for WWII forced labor

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    Hansaram

    @Bertie

    Japanese people look down at Chinese and Korean but look up to the American so chances are, they won't apologize to Chinese and Korean.

    Posted in: Japanese company apologizes to U.S. POWs for WWII forced labor

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    Hansaram

    If it's peaceful rise then everyone can accept it but if not, which is the case with China, then obviously many can't accept it.

    Posted in: China says many in Japan not ready to accept its rise

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    Hansaram

    Isn't KMT the one that mostly fought the Japanese?

    Posted in: China slams Western misconceptions of its role in World War II

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    Hansaram

    Aquino is right. China today is closest to Nazi or even Imperial Japan.

    Posted in: Aquino compares China to Nazi Germany

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    Hansaram

    Faith in Japan restored.

    Posted in: Japanese academics join calls for gov't to face up to responsibility over 'comfort women'

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    Hansaram

    @CH3CHO

    Yes, but the 450 historians also said establishing sound estimates is important. 200 000 might not be exactly accurate but could be estimate.

    But ultimately, whether the numbers are judged to have been in the tens of thousands or the hundreds of thousands will not alter the fact of the exploitation carried out throughout the Japanese empire and its war zones. Some historians also dispute how directly the Japanese military was involved, and whether women were coerced to become “comfort women.” Yet the evidence makes clear that large numbers of women were held against their will and subjected to horrific brutality. Employing legalistic arguments focused on particular terms or isolated documents to challenge the victims’ testimony both misses the fundamental issue of their brutalization and ignores the larger context of the inhumane system that exploited them

    https://networks.h-net.org/system/files/contributed-files/japan-scholars-statement-2015.5.4-eng_0.pdf

    The 450 historians also stated clearly that women are FORCED to become prostitute by Imperial Japanese army. So the historian that dispute it are right wing academics which Singapore PM mention in his quote.

    Posted in: Asia should put WWII behind it: Singapore PM

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    Hansaram

    I think this kind of attitude by the PM of this authoritarian country is what the 450 historians worldwide were against.https://networks.h-net.org/node/22055/discussions/69206/open-letter-support-historians-japan#replies

    Naah..I, the 450 historians mean this kind of politicians.

    TOKYO—A major U.S. publishing company rejected a request by the Japanese government to change passages in a history textbook about women who were forced to serve in Japanese military brothels during World War II.

    http://www.wsj.com/articles/u-s-publisher-rejects-japan-over-textbook-on-comfort-women-1421299438

    Posted in: Asia should put WWII behind it: Singapore PM

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    Hansaram

    @Mitsuo

    Well...it is easy to people just take part of his speech that they most like and ignore the part that he says "They should move on"

    Neither Japan nor China has move on. Japan deny their past war crime while China try to bad mouth about Japan using WW 2. Denying past war crime is not moving on. Do me a favor. Show me a quote from Japanese politician who specifically admit Rape of Nanking. As Singapore PM said, Japan position on comfort women and the Nanjing Massacre has been unequivocal.

    Posted in: Asia should put WWII behind it: Singapore PM

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    Hansaram

    Regardiless of Japan's position about history thing, it doesnt change the fact that the two Korea and China need to learn to be more mature.

    Honestly speaking, neither Japan nor China are mature about this. China has anti Japanese propaganda while Japan try to whitewash and lies about history. Regardless Korea and China mature about this or not, Japan itself is certainly not mature when it try to whitewash history. As Singapore PM said.

    “Japan needs to acknowledge past wrongs, and Japanese public opinion needs to be more forthright in rejecting the more outrageous interpretations of history by its right-wing academics and politicians,” Lee said.

    “Japan has already expressed remorse or apologies for the war in general terms… but on specific issues like comfort women and the Nanjing Massacre, its positions have been less unequivocal,” Lee said.

    Posted in: Asia should put WWII behind it: Singapore PM

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