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Posted in: San Francisco mayor accepts 'comfort women' statue; Osaka to end sister-city ties See in context

Out of curiosity, does anyone think that San Fransisco would consent to a statute commemorating the Tiananmen square protests and later massacres in Beijing, if China objected? My guess is that it wouldn't.

There is a statue in the heart of SF Chinatown that commemorates June 4

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Posted in: Victoria's Secret China show struts on despite controversy See in context

1glenn: A similar controversy followed a Cuban baseball player who squinted his eyes mocking a Japanese team member. The offender was forced to apologize for racist behavior. If you don't get the squinting thing as an insult, you probably don't believe racism exists.

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Posted in: Taiwan should 'rock the boat' before China swallows it, says Japanese professor See in context

How would prof Minohara react if a Chinese professor advocates Okinawa independence?

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Posted in: U.S. actor Seagal meets 'The Punisher' Duterte, talks drug war See in context

Segal's name has been added to the list of creeps in the revelations of sex harassment and rape in Hollywood.

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Posted in: You wanna 'Gyoza It.' tonight? See in context

No one, except you, said anything about 'Chinese claiming everything was invented in China.' My response was to counterclaim the quote by the Ajiinomoto frozen food spokesman "... it’s actually difficult to find fried dumplings in China. Steamed or boiled dumplings are their mainstream."

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Posted in: You wanna 'Gyoza It.' tonight? See in context

Fried dumplings in China are called "guotie" and have been found there long before Japan claimed it as their dish.

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Posted in: Lolita maternity wear lets you keep looking girlish See in context

Why do they want to look like a pregnant teen?

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Posted in: Mark Wahlberg tops Forbes list of highest-paid actors See in context

nakanoguy01Today: Railroad Tigers, Kung Fu Yoga was big box office in China and he also produced some other hits.

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Posted in: No bad behavior please: Grammys cleans up act to meet China's demands See in context

They'd probably ban the Kardashian clan as well.

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Posted in: McDonald’s now has a Calpis McShake on the menu in Japan See in context

Calpis sounds like cowpiss

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Posted in: Kim Kardashian discusses fame, missteps at Forbes summit See in context

unfortunately these 'assets' are not visible in this picture (!)

.....but fortunate for the rest of us to be spared the view of her overexposed ass

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Posted in: Pet pals See in context

@inkochi: In the US, pets are referred to as fur babies by their human moms and dads.

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Posted in: Japan plans to send its largest warship to South China Sea See in context

get ready for apocalyptic WW3

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Posted in: Japan's pudgy pop stars take aim at obesity prejudice See in context

These 'pudgy' pop stars are downright anorexic compared to the fatty sumo wrestlers.

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Posted in: Which professions, other than politics, do you think have the biggest liars? See in context

advertising and marketing agents

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Posted in: Samsung to offer digital assistant service in Galaxy S8 See in context

Is Samsung trying to outdo the exploding Takada airbags?

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Posted in: As Duterte embraces China, Abe set to roll out warm welcome See in context

Duterte basically went to China, lifted up his skirt, and bent over.

That's not as extreme as the US military using Subic Bay as a floating brothel.

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Posted in: Chicago police: 90 homicides in August, 472 shooting victims See in context

so shocking with human rights taken away from so many victims in the land of the free.

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Posted in: Are the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in good hands? See in context

Brazil was and still is in much worse shape, but they managed to pull it off at the last minute. If Brazil could do it, I'm sure Japan could do the same.

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Posted in: China defeats Serbia for women's volleyball gold See in context

China's had a terrible, terrible Olympics here, coming in a mere third in the medals table

Being 3rd isn't so 'terrible,terrible". Compared to many other countries, they're doing quite well.

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Posted in: Visiting flood-damaged Louisiana, Trump moves ahead with campaign turnaround See in context

Under Trump, I'm not sure anyone in the world would be alive in four years under him. I give it about a year until he either has to declare martial law in the U.S., or start a full-scale nuclear war with a country he can't play nice with (e.g. China).

I'm no fan of Trump, but Hillary is a liberal war hawk. She'll 'stand up to China' and start a war in Asia.

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Posted in: China beats Japan to win men's team table tennis gold See in context

Both teams elevated table tennis to another level. Congrats to China and Japan.

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Posted in: Singapore's Schooling stuns Phelps; another gold for Ledecky See in context

Very gracious of Phelps for swimming over to congratulate Schooling.

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Posted in: Company president arrested for slamming employee's 6-year-old son's head on floor See in context

this monster deserves death, but he'll probably just get a slap on the wrist because he's the boss.

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Posted in: Trump: Japanese will 'watch Sony TV' if U.S. is attacked See in context

China can't attack yet. It loaned too much money to USA.

Hopefully they won't do a Pearl Harbor.

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Posted in: Chinese director Zhang Yimou defends casting of Matt Damon See in context

This is an American movie so it is unsurprising that an American plays the lead. Just as we saw with the Last Samurai or the US version of The Grudge.

So how well did Last Samurai do at the Japanese box office? Did the Japanese audience accept the white savior come to the aid of samurais?

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Posted in: Iraq war was illegal, says Blair's former deputy See in context

Now that it's all over, let's move along. Nothing more to see or hear.

Right. It only cost needless deaths of 150,000 Iraqi lives and the destruction of their country. so much for American concern for human rights.

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Posted in: China says Nanjing more worthy of remembrance than Hiroshima See in context

If they had any class, they would offer support for the visit and acknowledge the suffering of the innocent Japanese who died in the atomic bombings. That's what they should have done. Instead they took it as an opportunity to stick the boots in and make it about them. That's terrible.

Abe could have shown some class by admitting neighboring countries also suffered enormously at the hands of the Japanese military/govt. It's terrible that Japanese are pictured as sole victims of the war.

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Posted in: China says Nanjing more worthy of remembrance than Hiroshima See in context

His remark is callous, but Is it possible the offending English translation was distorted?

This is the report from Xinhua: " Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told reporters in Beijing on Friday that "It is worth paying attention to Hiroshima, but Nanjing should not be forgotten."

"Victims deserve sympathy, but perpetrators can never shirk their responsibility," Wang said.

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Posted in: Kevin Spacey takes aim at Donald Trump at Cannes charity event See in context

Is there a single popular person who supports Trump?

Cher. what a surprise.

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