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China eager to keep stable ties with Japan after Suga elected LDP head

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China on Monday expressed hope to maintain stable ties with Japan

LOL, elaboration:

"China expressed hope that Japan remains passive, as it has been, to any Chinese aggression"

Japanese tourism is down the drain, Japanese supply chain is broken and always at risk of Chinese political meddling, and Japanese car industry is now at grave risk of unfair competition from Chinese slave labour. Yeh, of course China wants to maintain stable ties.

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Of course China want to improve relationship. Because India this year had been massively improving relationship with us and more and more companies are considering moving factories to Vietnam or India. And this also because the Quad alliance happen. Not to mention literally every member of the ASEAN is now against China. Suga is their only hope to salvage any chance of improvement.

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"promote the continuous improvement and development" of relations between Tokyo and Beijing, Wang added

Abosulutley,

first stop meddling in the Senkakus and admit they belong to Japan.

Second, stop Uighur genocide.

Third, get out of HK

Do these first then we'll talk about normal relations..

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More meetings between both countries are necessary.

I'm not a fan of Xi but he should definitely try and come to Japan as promised this year. The more we talk in person, the better chance to understand the Chinese point of view, we can advice them to descalate, take a more friendly approach in the area and towards other countries.

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When talking about the upcoming Suga government, Beijing is actually looking at "pro-China" Nikai Toshihiro, LDP's secretary general, de facto head of the party as its president is occupied with PM's job.

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China eager to keep stable ties with Japan after Suga elected LDP head

LOL! Cause no one wants to touch China with a 10 foot pole these days

Abosulutley,

first stop meddling in the Senkakus and admit they belong to Japan.

Second, stop Uighur genocide.

Third, get out of HK

Do these first then we'll talk about normal relations..

WELL SAID!!

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Anyone, who want to be the greatest PM of Japan who must develop true relationship with China and recognize that the world has changed since 130 years ago.

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Suga has enough wisdom, but does he has enough bravery to change the fate of Japan for better ?

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Anyone, who want to be the greatest PM of Japan who must develop true relationship with China and recognize that the world has changed since 130 years ago.

addendum

4th all land stolen from china must be return to the ROC

signed

China Cairo declaration 1943

The CCP must return Beijing, Shanghai, et al to rightful owners of Taiwan

Doing these contributions to would show China is serious and peaceful

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Suga has enough wisdom, but does he has enough bravery to change the fate of Japan for better ?

Suga has inherited a deep recession, possibly a depression, in a government unable to balance a budget in years. He has also inherited a Japan in a region blighted with tensions and a Japan deeply unable to cope with a pandemic. All these have roots in China. A brave PM would roll up his sleeve and confront China, if not for the world then at least for Japan.

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Dont make troubles, behave like a good neighbor and we will have a stable relation.

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ReasonandWisdomNipponToday  07:57 am JST

More meetings between both countries are necessary.

I'm not a fan of Xi but he should definitely try and come to Japan as promised this year. The more we talk in person, the better chance to understand the Chinese point of view, 

Just a few years ago Xi Jing Ping was invited to the United States where he stated that "China has no intention of militarizing the South China Sea" to then President Obama's face. Six months later China was putting military equipment on those artificial islands. I think that gives a pretty clear picture of the "Chinese view".

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Japanese GDP shrink 28% in second quarter, Japan needs Chinese market now more than ever, I don't think Suga is in a position to be tough on China. Suga would be throw out by Japanese corporations if he even attempts to deteriorate China-Japan trade relation.

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Sounds like Xi Jinping doesn't want to add another razor sharp knife to his juggling act. He's already juggling the South China Sea, India, Xinjiang, Tibet, Hong Kong, Covid-19, African Swine Flu, Bubonic Plague, the US trade war and now Inner Mongolians keeping their kids out of school and protesting over forced Mandarin language instruction. Wonder how many knives he can juggle before he starts dropping knives and pokes himself?

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Japan and China are close neigbours.a good relation is always better than poor one.

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Japan and China are close neigbours.a good relation is always better than poor one.

Such relations might be possible if the Chinese didn't still nurse a grudge from WWII and want revenge. Mark my words, if Japan ever appears vulnerable enough China will attack Japan in a heartbeat.

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