Why are Japantoday users so intelligent? After reading comments posted on other news websites, I found that comments here are completely different from others. It's on a whole new level of intelligence!
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" it is CHINA engaging in stirring up tensions"
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No matter what Japanese government and BOJ do, Japnese economy won't change. Even if they do what American top economists, it won't change.
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JAPANTODAY is where the world's best economists gather. lol
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Does it mean that Japan's not open to you? lol
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１１ accepted lase year. 245% increased!!!!!!
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you can wish but it never happens. And you said "wake up" but you may be not decent.
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always fun to see comments here like that I've never seen on dailymail, gurdian, ny times, reddit and so on.
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I don't know Abe is liked by most Japanese ppl but I'm sure he isn't disliked by most Japanese ppl. The way I see it, he is disliked mainly by lefties and Gaikokujins here in Japantoday.
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”It sounds like they really needed to check before they were 'confident' about its originality. That in itself doesn't spur much confidence in the hiring and designing process. In any case, I can't see that logo being a copy of anything, because the design is horrid.”
As usual. What's wrong with this man? Every single word he says is negative towards Japan. If I don't like the foreign country I live in, I'll go back to the home country.
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The election is coming and Ma is performing
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Actually Ma loves China so much. Ask Taiwanese whether he's pro Chinese or pro Japanese. The answer is obvious
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I don't know European countries that apologized to their former colonies for the bad things they did, but they have good relationships with the former colonies. At least better relationships than we have with China and Korea. By the way, one thing I always think about when I read the comments posted here on JAPANTODAY is that comments here are different from comments posted on other English media. Comments here are similar to comments by Chinese and Korean people. This is because they have special feelings about China and Korean. For example, a JAPANTODAY user using a western surname as his user name can understand Korean TV programs. Of course, only Korean language is used in TV and there's no subtitles. But he surely understands it.
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The reason why I posted the source and the link was to reply to "Quoting right-wing sources" And when did I argue ""Japan good. China ba-a-a-a-ad!""? Read my comments from the beginning. I've never said such a thing. Don't jump to a conclusion.
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”Comparative study of history textbooks of Japan, America, China, Korea and Taiwan, conducted by Stanford University”
”The Japanese history textbooks for high schools have gained a bad reputation in the foreign mass media”
”The study of "Divided Memories and Reconciliation" at APARC disclosed the fact that such criticism over Japanese history textbooks was incorrect. ”
”They don't glorify the war, emphasize the importance of the military, or describe acts of heroism on the battlefield. ”
”What the Japanese history textbooks signify is an implicit lesson. They tell us that the expansion of militarism is stupid and war entails enormous cost to the public. ”
”The Japanese Education Ministry guidelines lay weight on the development of friendly cooperative relations with neighboring countries and the need for peace and stability in Asia and the rest of the world.”
”In contrast, most of the East Asian countries claim in their guidelines of school textbooks that the history textbook should enhance the people's ethnic self-esteem and national identity (a sense of belonging).”
"he Korean history textbook doesn't mention the main events"
" it focuses entirely on the Korean's resistance movement against Japan's colonial administration or their cultural development in literature. In other words Korean's history textbook is a story of the ethnic strife's process for liberation."
"It is probably the Chinese history textbook that describes the war in the most patriotic way. "
"It is probably the Chinese history textbook that describes the war in the most patriotic way. It is filled with descriptions of heroic military operations, and even suggests that it was China, chiefly the Communist Party of China, that ultimately defeated Japan. "
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Sangetsu, you have never been to Taiwan. Visit there and ask people about what your friend said. And google yoichi hatta. Stop making a story
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