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Japan, China arranging high-level talks

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But Japanese lawmakers are set to visit Taiwan later this month.

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Dear Japan, better to improve your relations with China, whoever is with China is on the side of the winners..

The new world order is changing very fast and the future will be RED..

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Sure. This will go somewhere. Like the deepest ether in space.

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In Beijing, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin emphasized at a press conference Wednesday that Taiwan is China's territory and no foreign country has the right to interfere.

Isn't Wang aware that he's been bypassed by Yang Jiechi? But in China the CCP is always superior to the state.

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For world peace!

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Whilst at it, tell China to stop shooting missiles into Japanese EEZ. Talk is cheap, peace is priceless.

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Dear Japan, better to improve your relations with China, whoever is with China is on the side of the winners..

China is one of the most hated countries in the world lol

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I wonder how the right wingers are processing this. The hated Koreans being so far in bed with the Japanese Establishment.

you made laugh. I would love to ask those speaker trucks guys if they are monies.

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China is one of the most hated countries in the world lol

You do know China does great business and infrastructure development with 60% of the world population?

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The new world order is changing very fast and the future will be RED..

The Soviets used to say the same thing. Where are they now??

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Japan can be part of the Asian century, or it can sink with USA.

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China is one of the most hated countries in the world

The most hated is the USA.

and rapidly circling the drain.

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better count your fingers if you dare to shake hands with this childish mafia mob

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We already have a crisis in Europe due to aggression by one country against another. Perhaps Japan can convince China that Asia does not need a similar crisis. Doubt it, but I guess worth trying.

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So Chinese officials will be asking Japan, "why doesnt anybody like us"? And they dont trust us either, what can we do?

Japan will tell them to leave Taiwan alone, stop claiming the Senkaku Islands and leave the South China sea because it is not China's. Japan will suggest if they do these things and return to the treaty it signed with the UK on Hong Kong, they might be able to gain some respect and trust back with the worlds people.

Of Course China will look at the Japanese delegates as if they had grown a second head on their shoulders and cry out, but we are China and everyone must do as we say and obey us. It is not fair that nations do not do as we demand.

A few teary Chinese eyes and a Japanese delegate offers his handkerchief to soak up the tears, and offers these parting words of advise. China has many good things going for it, but a rigid single party rule is not the best way forward if you want peace, respect and trust in the world. Be flexible, learn to compromise and get a second political party for the people.

Security will be assured when everyone likes you.

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