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Japan considers setting up consulate in Wuhan

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China is always open to Japan, no matter what.

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Interesting, so I guess when the next virus is released Japan will know about it first

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Yup covid 21 Max pro (China Originated Viral Infectious Deasese )release n save another Chinese pandemic

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A Japanese consulate in Wuhan is great for Beijington BUT bad for Tokyojing if PM Suga does not simultaneously open a Japanese consulate in Taipei .

Taiwan is the most Japanese friendly country in the world so why not treat Taipei a little better than Beijington?

3 ( +6 / -3 )

This will be more propaganda for the "Virus, what virus? Not us." machinery. Get real and put the consulate on the

2 ( +4 / -2 )

This will be more propaganda for the "Virus, what virus? Not us." machinery. Get real and put the consulate on the Senkaku Islands. After all we are just friends...

3 ( +6 / -3 )

Japan trying to be friends with CCP lead China is like a cow walking into a butcher shop and trying to make friends with the owner.

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Why are we investing more time and money in this hostile country? Do we really want more of a presence there?

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Japan should open consulate in Taiwan. Such a nice democratic nation.

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making sure there is enough corona for everyone.

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Superb Japan.

Always going towards what's "famous" and not towards what is right/good/popular or whatever term you want to use.

Where do you get these ideas from Japan? Reddit? Line Timelines?

3 ( +5 / -2 )

Who’ll be the lucky staff?

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Who’ll be the lucky staff?

For real.

I can see the hoards of people lining up to transfer to Wuhan.

They better be offering up substantial packages. As good as working on nuclear clean up in Tohoku.

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Posters obviously don’t know that Wuhan is one of the most technologically developed cities in the world, the worlds best responding Covid19 city in the whole world.

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the worlds best responding Covid19 city in the whole world.

Tell that to the government who persecuted the doctors who tried to warn the people early about the virus

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Good move. Gambate.

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Posters obviously don’t know that Wuhan is one of the most technologically developed cities in the world, the worlds best responding Covid19 city in the whole world.

Wuhan is the city where the whole tragedy started. And I guess the lab in Wuhan is not so "technologically developed"

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@Mr Peter. Actually it was found in Western Europe before Wuhan.

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Goodluck

Not sure about that part. I know China is pushing that agenda about Western Europe, but more likely it started in China a country with 1.4 billion people. Stacking animals on top of one another in cages, willing to eat wild animals, even the ones who carry many diseases like bat's.

China did not release Covid19 on purpose, a lot of bad habits. Yes

Just like Africans with Ebola. It was not release on purpose. Bad habits with eating wild animals again.

Chinese people have a lot more room to grow, it's not Japan.

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@Mr Peter. Actually it was found in Western Europe before Wuhan.

Who beleives communist lies, don't be ridiculous....

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Not F*cking surprised! As I have said many times, Japan is now basically owned by China and the US. With the US is now withdrawing from Asian affairs, not economic and military might, because Americans need to focus on their domestic issues. The US withdrawed their consulates in Chengdu and Hong Kong, while Japan now established another one in China. It's comedic!

Why are we investing more time and money in this hostile country? Do we really want more of a presence there?

China sweeps into the East Asian regions for influences. China uses various fraudulent promises of "opening China" or having Chinese private enterprises to steal the IPs and profits from the East Asian corporate world. Japan Inc has been capitulated into the CCP's sphere of influence, South Korea is also the same but less severe as they divert their assets into another Communist country (Vietnam) instead, Taiwan is fully dependent on China but very clever at handling Chinese aggression.

Without China, Japan's myth of "social stability with perfect employment" will die out because China purposely subsidized trade deficits with Japan to keep the Japan Inc and LDP cronies within the sphere of the CCP.

A Japanese consulate in Wuhan is great for Beijington BUT bad for Tokyojing if PM Suga does not simultaneously open a Japanese consulate in Taipei .

Taiwan is the most Japanese friendly country in the world so why not treat Taipei a little better than Beijington?

Many Chinese Communist professors actually saw that Suga will be softer on China than Abe (CGTN). I think they aren't wrong.

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There's an empty US Consulate in Wuhan the Japanese can use .......................

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Without China, Japan's myth of "social stability with perfect employment" will die out because China purposely subsidized trade deficits with Japan to keep the Japan Inc and LDP cronies within the sphere of the CCP.

So somehow a foreign police state stage manages the politics of an elected representative democracy? Really? Not even remotely credible. And Japans huge national debt, over which Japan is solely responsible and has sole control of, has no bearing on their trade deficit? I have addressed the relationship here many times as it applies to the US but it also applies to Japan.

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