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    OssanAmerica

    China is the last country to be talking about what goes into another countries' textbook.

    Posted in: China warns Japan not to mislead young people over wartime history

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    Hua Chunying Mar. 24, 2017 - 05:43PM JST Both the Izumo and the Kaga can be quickly converted into aircraft carriers. The name helicopter destroyer is a brilliant stealthy deception just like the 'advance to Asia to free the people there from western colonization ' saga of the past.

    And the current Chinese stealthy deception of military buildup and territorial expansion all while whining about 70 year old history, Too bad for China that the world isn't buying their nonsense.

    However, Ryukyuans would wish Abe will build another 150,000 of these hybrid aircraft carriers so that all the colonizer Amerikano giant air bases in Okinawa will be transferred to those ships! Such is the size of the burden suffocating the Ryukyuan nation !

    Okinawa is a Japanese prefecture. And it is home to the largest U.S. military presence in Asia, You should worry about liberating Tibet and the Uighurs before commenting on other countries.

    Posted in: China says it hopes new Japanese carrier doesn't mark return to militarism

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    maglev101Mar. 24, 2017 - 12:12AM JST I have always thought Japan and South Korea have much more to gain by being closer. There is history yes but they are more similar than either are to China. I would say all 3 have lots of similarities, as both SK and Jpn borrowed a lot from Chinese culture over the past 2000+ years.

    Neither South Korea nor Japan are communist one-party dictatorships.

    Posted in: China overtakes Japan on S Koreans' worst countries list

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    "“I also want to say that the Kaga was sunk by the U.S. military in World War Two. Japan should learn the lessons of history,” Hua told a daily news briefing."

    At the launching ceremonies of the JS Izumo and the JS Kaga, US Navy officers were in attendance with the JMSDF. Which country needs to "learn from history" ?

    Posted in: China says it hopes new Japanese carrier doesn't mark return to militarism

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    The building of artificial islands, the militarization of them, the ridiculous 9-dash line claim, the non-recognition and compliance of the ICA ruling are hardly "exaggerated", they are real and exposes China as a threat to peace and stability in the region. It is current Chinese militarism right now that the world is concerned about, not 70 year old past history. This harping on WWII is getting really old, and sounding more and more ridiculous in the face of China's present behavior.

    Posted in: China says it hopes new Japanese carrier doesn't mark return to militarism

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    YubaruMar. 23, 2017 - 06:44AM JST

    Renaming ships from Japan's militaristic days, just brings back memories for many people, some good, for the right- wing nuts in Japan, and not so good, for those who were victims.

    And J-haters too. Most of whom were never around back then.

    Right, Japan is America's lapdog, so what's good for the US is fine for Japan too.

    And all democratic (and some no so democratic) nations as well. Doesn't make them "lapdogs".

    Japan does not have a centuries old tradition of having a Navy.

    Many Koreans would disagree with you.

    Posted in: Japan's 2nd big helicopter carrier enters service

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    A little deck work and a squadron of F-35Bs could be a game changer.

    Posted in: Japan's 2nd big helicopter carrier enters service

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    Typical absurdly biased reporting from AFP. What are htey, owned by the Chong Daehyup? "atrocities including the use of up to 200,000 Korean women as sexual slaves " Even when the subject is South Korea-China relations.

    Posted in: China overtakes Japan on S Koreans' worst countries list

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    China is doing this to South Korea over THAAD. And they're doing this to Japan over the JS Izumo traversing the South China Sea. Always mixing economics with politics, everything is a weapon.

    Posted in: Chinese shops pull Japanese food items from shelves over safety fears

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    Hiro S NobumasaMar. 19, 2017 - 12:58AM JST Xi just thanked Abe for sending the Izumo to Mischief Reef. Arigatu for giving us another loud reason to justify further militarization of the rocks!

    Bu shie Hua Chunying.

    Posted in: China pledges firm response if Japan interferes in South China Sea

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    FarmboyMar. 18, 2017 - 06:59AM JST You actually believe China would fire upon a ship lawfully transiting in international waters? Yes, I do, if the international waters are waters they do not consider international.

    Seems you distrust China even more than I do, Which is really saying a lot, lol

    Posted in: China pledges firm response if Japan interferes in South China Sea

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    My kids are "half" Japanese. Sorry but I think getting bent out of shape over the term isn't worth the time.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMhlORsBk2k

    Posted in: Two halves of a whole: Japan’s habitual ‘labeling’ of bicultural kids

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    FarmboyMar. 17, 2017 - 11:46PM JST Sending out a Japanese ship to see if it will be shot at does not seem like a brilliant idea, unless you are hoping for an excuse for a confrontation.

    You actually believe China would fire upon a ship lawfully transiting in international waters? They might if the ship were from a country they thought was "lesser" than them. But China certainly would not fire upon a US, Japanese or Australian ship for fear of the repercussions. If anything it's China's ridiculous and unnecessary comment that's an excuse for a confrontation. As usual.

    Posted in: China pledges firm response if Japan interferes in South China Sea

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    lomaeMar. 17, 2017 - 11:21AM JST Not sure why all the bashing on China. As far as I understand, China is only stating that will take action if Japan tries anything. The US and Japan would issue similar comments

    All the bashing is because China as usual is displaying an attitude that is childish at best and hostile at worst. Both the US and Japan have had Chinese warships sail close by and neither issue such ridiculous comments. Why? Because they respect international law and have no need to state the obvious. Furthermore neither the US nor Japan claim any body of water as large as the South China Sea to be "theirs".

    Posted in: China pledges firm response if Japan interferes in South China Sea

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    MikeHMar. 17, 2017 - 08:19AM JST There is no real need for Japan to go through the South China Sea for this mission. It's only provoking the Chinese government ....

    LOL, Let's all grovel before the Chinese dictatorship.

    Posted in: China pledges firm response if Japan interferes in South China Sea

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    Peaceful lawful transit through international waters isn't "stirring up trouble" by any country's definition. Except of course for China who thinks these vast international waters are all within their ridiculous 9-dash line.

    Posted in: China pledges firm response if Japan interferes in South China Sea

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    "Malaysia also used fingerprints, obtained by the Japanese government following a failed attempt by Kim to enter the country and visit Disneyland in 2001, to determine his identity, he said."

    So those 4 missiles were about this?

    Posted in: Kim's identity confirmed using child's DNA: Malaysia

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    Graham DeShazoMar. 15, 2017 - 05:15PM JST I wonder if and how many F-35Cs it could carry.

    You mean F-35B

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rXufPGRy_QA

    Posted in: Japan plans to send its largest warship to South China Sea

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    OssanAmerica

    "“We don’t want to see any trade war breaking out between the two countries. That wouldn’t make our trade fairer,”

    Well it sure isn't fair now, is it? The U.S. trade deficit with China was $347 billion in 2016. The trade deficit exists because U.S. exports to China were only $116 billion while imports from China were $463 billion.

    And the money make goes into weapons designed to destroy the US military presence in Asia.

    Posted in: Chinese premier warns U.S. against trade war

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    OssanAmerica

    When the JS Izumo was launched the band played both the Gunkan March as well as Anchors Aweigh at the ceremony.

    Posted in: Japan plans to send its largest warship to South China Sea

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