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Posted in: China's propaganda put under scrutiny as netizen comments translated See in context

the CCP and china in general is disgustingly sick

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Posted in: Student not covering nose with mask disqualified from taking university exams See in context

I guess he didn't study lol

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Posted in: Osaka using U.S. Open as platform for activism See in context

she's fighting the good fight.

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Posted in: Kiyohara's ex-wife thinking of educating sons in U.S. See in context

Reputation more important than the livelihood and education of those kids.... wow.

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Posted in: China warns Japan against 'crippling regional peace' See in context

What, does China want it to be one sided when they decide to invade Japan?

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Posted in: China says many in Japan not ready to accept its rise See in context

The fact they cannot let go of what Japan did to them in WW2 suggests they may be seeking revenge down the line.

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Posted in: Language fail: 22 embarrassing tales of Japanese language missteps See in context

these are pretty funny :)

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Posted in: China says it lodged repeated complaints with Japan over South China Sea See in context

Is the collective force between India, maritime Southeast Asian countries, and Japan large enough to rival China? If not I hope they ready themselves. When the time comes the US will probably come in to aid, but if the regional countries can handle this themselves that would be ideal.

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Posted in: 77-yr-old woman dies after being knocked down by cyclist listening to music See in context

after visiting her daughter...

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Posted in: Sea Shepherd to pay $2.55 mil to Japan whalers See in context

I imagine the every day tax paying japanese citizen would be happier if their money didn't go into wasteful, nonsensical whaling.

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Posted in: U.S. hopes Chinese island-building will spur Asian response See in context

Hesitant ASEAN members need to act now. It may end up hurting them economically a lot in the short term but in the long term it's going to be a whole lot worse if they wait. Every ridiculous act from China needs to be met with the utmost severity. China get away with this crap.

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Posted in: Philippines, Japan hold historic naval drills in flashpoint waters See in context

As much as I don't want everything to fall to ruin, I feel like someone needs to legitimately remove China by force as China slowly encroaches on neighboring territories.

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Posted in: Hawaii food festival explores the wonders of canned meat See in context

Gah, too salty. Wish they made them healthier here.

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Posted in: Japan, U.S. look to extend naval missions See in context

We can all see China's turning into a huge monster in the region willing to push people over to grow their economy. Their aggression is just going to keep escalating with internal issues rising. Abe can see that clearly and as Japan's Prime Minister is duty bound to protect his nation. Yeah, most people in Japan don't want to get involved with conflict. Presumably the same is true for everyday people in China. But the Chinese Government doesn't give a damn, they intend to grow, spread their borders, and take more from the region.

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Posted in: Testing Beijing, Japan eyes growing role in South China Sea security See in context

At this point Japan should fully arm themselves and have a full fledged military. China will not back down, it wants more than it has and intends to take it from everyone around them. The region should formally form an Alliance and bolster their respective militaries to match China's (together, they'll hopefully have more manpower and equipment). It's time for a strong, heavy hand to come crashing down on this ass of a country.

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Posted in: How come Japan has never demanded an official apology from any U.S. government for the dropping of atomic bombs on two of its cities? In fact, why don't Japanese hate America for dropping the bombs? See in context

I'd say the intent in using the bomb was to end the war quick and save lives. Not to mess with the Japanese. Just to end the war sooner. Japan on the other hand, with the things they did during the war, had the intent to mess with people.

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Posted in: Cross-dressing Matsuko Deluxe: AKB opening Tokyo Olympics 'would embarrass Japan' See in context

So much hate for her because she's a tran and fat. People here are disgusting. Anyway it is of my opinion that akb48, or its sister groups, will not be able to pull off a respectable performance if they perform anything they've done so far. Though I'm sure they can be made to do something decent I'd like to see something to convince me that they were on the right track.

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Posted in: China to hold military parade to 'frighten Japan' See in context

Looks like Japans military budget will see a raise

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Posted in: More than half of Chinese see war with Japan: poll See in context

At this rate life is going to suck soon.

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Posted in: Japan considers building its own fighter jets See in context

With an ever aggressive China ready to screw it's neighbours they have to start somewhere.

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