CoreyL comments

Posted in: China calls on Japan to meet halfway to improve relations See in context

LOL. It doesn't matter who is trying to improve relations, the other side will just say its tricks and fake gesture by the opposing side. No wonder relations never get better.

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Posted in: Defects found at 670 points in Sasago tunnel See in context

WOW. I'm surprised.

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Posted in: Island dispute takes bite out of Chinese tourism to Japan See in context

Another reason why the dispute needs to be solved peacefully.

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Posted in: 8 fighter jets scrambled after Chinese plane flies over disputed islands See in context

This dispute just reached new heights!!

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Posted in: Japan posts worst October trade data in three decades See in context

Well it looks like we're almost out of steam...

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Posted in: Chinese ships again seen in disputed waters See in context

It's important to remember that: Silent doesn't mean consent.

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Posted in: Ishihara calls for nuclear-armed Japan See in context

LOL Those that say that nuclear weapons are for deterrents against NK and PRC are mentally challenged. Even if Japan succeeds in their massive initial strike and cripple their offensive capabilities, Japan would still be destroyed by the immense radiation cloud. Lets stop this craziness while we are still ahead.

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Posted in: Elderly couple perish in Sendai house fire See in context

So sad. RIP.

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Posted in: Ishihara calls for nuclear-armed Japan See in context

Mutual assured destruction, we all like that right...

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Posted in: Southeast Asian nations feud over China See in context

China has disputes with all of its neighbors. Japan has disputes with all of its neighbors as well. Maybe we can work something out.

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Posted in: Hunter attacked by bear in Gunma See in context

The hunter got hunted...

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Posted in: Southeast Asian nations feud over China See in context

I just hope for cooperation and maybe persuade China to "shelve" their claims. China's plate is already full with the Senkaku dispute and their own internal problems.

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Posted in: Chinese ships seen in disputed waters for 28th straight day See in context

The J-govt always owned one of the 5 islands. Why didn't China make a stink back then? The renaining 4 islands were owened by Japanese civilians. Then the J-govt bought 3 of hgem. What differerence did it make to China's claim and position? None. There's absolutely no doubt that China deliberately escalated this issue as a backdrop for the change in power.

Deng specifically told the Japanese that he was willing to shelve the senkaku dispute in order to normalize relations and begin bilateral cooperation back in the 70s and 80s. If the status quo was met the relations between both countries wouldn't be at a historical low. I agree that China did escalate the situation by sending their patrol ships into the senkakus but if the Japanese government hadn't "purchased" the islands, this wouldn't have happened.

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Posted in: Chinese ships seen in disputed waters for 28th straight day See in context

Its funny that even CHINA agreed to shelve the senkaku islands dispute for many years in return for Japanese-chinese cooperation and mutualism. Then suddenly Japan decides to purchase the islands.

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Posted in: Chinese ships seen in disputed waters for 28th straight day See in context

China is slowly starting to gain international support. Japan even said that we would try to have a "mutualistic" relationship with China. It seems that China has a much firmer stance than Japan.

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Posted in: Anti-Japan protest damage in China may be over $100 mil See in context

Its not about the production of the cars its who will buy them. Vietnam, Myanmar, ASEAN still have relatively low purchasing power.

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Posted in: Odor-eliminating underpants a hot seller See in context

I just got the refridgerated underwear at FamilyMart!!!

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Posted in: S Korea to triple budget for promoting sovereignty over isles See in context

China must be happy...

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Posted in: Japan, U.S. to discuss revising defense guidelines See in context

If China was smart, it wouldn't use force, it would use economics. Take out the enemy from the inside out...

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Posted in: Gang of youths arrested over robbery suspected of beating homeless man to death See in context

WOW. Why would someone rob a homeless man??

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Posted in: Japanese car sales in China plunge 59.4% in October See in context

This is indeed bad news for japanese makers. I guess the Japanese can sell to Indonesia and the Phillipines while the Chinese buy BMWs...

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Posted in: U.S., Japan to hold joint military drill amid island row with China See in context

Make poor China angry??? Awwww boohoo.

China a message for you. The US and Japan are not scared of your primitive threats and bullying. We are free countries not held down by a communist empire. We can and will do as we please when and where we want.

If you get angry about this...maybe it is simply fear?

I don't think China fears a US-Japanese attack.

BTW Why the excessive reaction if China is only making "primitive threats and bullying"

Maybe fear...

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Posted in: Japan says 4 more Chinese ships in disputed waters See in context

Continued provocation by the Chinese is not likely to result in settling the dispute. It will result in build up of hatred and mistrust on both sides , though. And don't kid yourself in thinking the rest of the world is not taking notice with a wary eye.

BOTH sides have shown provocation,not just the Chinese, and plus China is just sending a few naval vessels, not battleships or ospreys. Please stop the one-sidedness because both sides have shown their commitment to the senkaku/daiyu islands.

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Posted in: Japan says 4 more Chinese ships in disputed waters See in context

Violence shouldn't be used and even so it wouldn't solve anything. Just give China the fishing rights and Japan keep the sovereignty of the islands. The world then goes on its merry way...

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Posted in: China plans 80 books on Japan war trials See in context

Japan already apologized for its actions in WWII. Now it needs to teach its people about history or else it will look like their apologies are not sincere.

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Posted in: U.S. seaman found dead on train station platform in Sasebo See in context

WOW. RIP to the dead soldier. :(

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Posted in: China warns of strong measures in Japan island spat See in context

It doesn't matter who is right or wrong, war only determines who's left. Man,the US must be happy.

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Posted in: Japan's indifference to 'Gangnam Style' riles S Korea See in context

Well I do have to admit that Gangnam style is the first Korean song to go international, and quite successful too!!

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Posted in: Japan posts Y558.6 bil trade deficit in September See in context

Well, I guess the economic war continues...

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Posted in: China flexes muscles with drills in East China Sea See in context

I feel that if anyone, PRC would rather have ROC have the Senkaku/Daiyu than Japan, after all China does "acknowledge" that ROC is part of China. It is also interesting to note that it was japanese and ROC ships that had the first actual conflict between gov't vessels a few weeks back with the water cannon fight. SK would probably not directly support China , but their role is to divert some of Japan's attention towards Dokdo/Takeshima. SK could also support the japanese resentment. Basically, it is kinda like a two-front war that japan is facing. Many of its neighbors aren't really supporting japan so they will have to go international. China already went "international" with the news papers with some refuting chinese and some supporting chinese claims.

Early indicators do show japanese firms suffering economically, withe sales plunging in China as well as airplane tickets and tourism. Taiwanese trips to japan has also lessened because of fear of conflict. Korea seems to be an attractive place for taiwanese and Chinese tourists.

The economic "war" is basically a war of attrition. Will China lose more or will Japan lose more, until one side decides to give up?

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