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S Korean president in Beijing for summit with Xi

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South Korea has returned to being a Chinese tributary state. A condition that was broken only by the Sino-Japanese war of 1884.

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Hmmm.. doesn't South Korea's new president usually visit Japan after visiting the US? Isn't the usual order of priorities, 1) US, 2) Japan, 3) China? Gee, you don't suppose all that Yasukuni and whitewashing history might be diminishing Japan, do ya?

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South Korea has returned to being a Chinese tributary state. A condition that was broken only by the Sino-Japanese war of 1884.

Illegal Sino-Japanese war of 1884.

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