With no doubt of any China's own interests around the world, yet sending 3 war ships to cruise in Hawaii to show off its "Made in China" military toys (shamefully, with Technical Assistance from many other nations' defense companies) and "telling" Japan how to "behave" its peaceful happiness?
The world already "knew" only N. Korea is friendly to China in the region, it's threatening "all neighbors" aggressively that neighboring countries have to race for military arms to defend themselves against China's aggressiveness.
Bejiing's Olympic was a failure, "teaching" Japan how about this issue seemed completely irrelevant. I plan to take my family to visit Japan for this wonderful event on JAL's dreamliner (a wonderful commercial airplane fruited from Japan's Technologies and Boeing).
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China is hungry for oil and will become #1 oil importer at the end of this year(?) Majority of her electric power generators run via coal (guess where China's coal resources came from?).
Japan needs oil and gas for energy resources and China is a threat to Japan's national security obviously. The Americans still have some muscles left, stuff like GPS, nuke subs, and most importantly.... NASA. Electric cars will be dominated in 15 to 20 years from now, guess where electric cars from? Japan needs free-trade agreement with the U.S., no doubt about this issue.
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China seemed to be "unloved" by neighbors for the same issue, it's time for Japan Gov't to unite those countries addressing the issue forcefully before China put 2 new aircraft carriers for full operations within 4 years. Vietnam, Phillipines, Taiwan, S. Korea, Indonesia, Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Singapore will respond to Japan's regional leadership with open arms because of their fruitful economic relationships with Japan for decades. The Americans having issues to deal on their own at home currently as it's seemed like a civil war going on between their political parties (Democrats vs. Republicans), and they'll be distracted for world stage's issues.
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