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Japan, China agree to set up security hotline

By Kiyoshi Takenaka

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Has the guy on the right of the picture been a naughty boy and made to stand in the corner?

We will see how long this entente cordiale will last. Untill the next visit by senior politicians to a certain shrine?

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Diplomatic relations between the two nations have improved in recent years after deteriorating sharply in 2012, when Tokyo nationalised a cluster of disputed East China Sea islets that China also claims.

China's relations with Japan have also long been poisoned by what Beijing sees as Tokyo's failure to atone for its occupation of parts of China before and during World War Two.

And, as expected, any article about Japan and China/South Korea by law must refer to "lingering resentments/bitterness over Japan's wartime atrocities," etc. etc.

As cookie cutter as they come.

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It’s like something in school.

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You can also use a phone or make emails, or even send flag or smoke signals.

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Smoke signals. That's the ticket.

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Good to hear China is finally growing up and moving on from their eternal victimhood. There is still hope for these Commies!

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Good step to hear. Never too late.

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