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Posted in: Japan, ASEAN bolster ties at summit focused on security, economy See in context

This brainwashing news is self deception and makes people laugh.The idea of a united ASEAN against China is an illusion. In fact today's joint statement dare not even mention China's name. ASEAN countries are well aware that China is much more important than Japan, especially in terms of economy and trade. Recently the major ASEAN countries, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand, have all given visa free to the Chinese Mainland to try their best to attract Chinese investment and tourists.

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Posted in: North Korea says it put military spy satellite into orbit on third try See in context

DPRK is an independent country it can decide whatever it can do within its territory , on the contrary Japan cannot do anything without the permission from its US maters even inside Japan.

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Posted in: Japan faces 'friendshoring' dilemma in Asia amid China risks See in context

China is the land of facades. As long as it looks good, it doesn't actually need to work. Everyone is trying to get their slice of the corruption, so much that there isn't enough money left over to actually build safe buildings, bridges, sewers. 

What you said makes the American elites appear very stupid because they have already spent trillions of dollars fighting a trade war and a technology war with what you said a fake superpower China. The Americans should make you potus Haha.

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Posted in: 'Artificially high' growth predicted for China in Q2: survey See in context

A more relevant and meaningful comparison would be with the same period pre-covid so probably 2019. Pity he article didn’t provide this especially as it highlighted the questionable comparison with last year.

Because China's GDP in the first half of this year was about 30% higher than first half in 2019, and people won't get the impression that China's economy is very bad,so it is not reported.

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Posted in: China coast guard warns Japanese fishing boat near disputed islands See in context

The sooner the JSDF build a fortified and heavily armed base on one of these islands, the better.

The Chinese surveillance ships have been entering sailing and patrolling in the waters of these islands almost every day in last 5 years and the Japanese coast guard ships were too scared to even get closer to the bigger Chinese ships let alone driven the Chinese ships away.

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Posted in: Cooperation or competition? China's security industry sees the U.S., not AI, as the bigger threat See in context

So the Chinese are more crooks than innovators, less to worry about, knew they were a talkative empty vessel paper dragon.

If what you're saying is right, China is really less to worry about and a paper dragon then Why does the United States have to spend trillions of dollars to fight the trade war and technology war with China and trying to contain China desperately?

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Posted in: Cooperation or competition? China's security industry sees the U.S., not AI, as the bigger threat See in context

You call China the world’s biggest trading country and the one of the largest outbound tourists country

pariah state, are you kidding me?

And why do many brainwashed people in Japan always feel that the Chinese people live a very difficult life. Compared to the stagnant Japanese economy, the wealth of the Chinese people has exploded in the past 20 years per capita GDP of Chinese people has increased tenfold.

According to various data, in 2021, Chinese people spent a record amount of money and time on entertainment, luxury goods and cars, traveling abroad, health care, and education which means the Chinese are enjoying their lives.

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Posted in: Russia lawmakers OK 'militaristic Japan' in WWII memorial day's name See in context

The world should know about Japan's atrocities during World War II

The Soviet Union defeated Japan's elite Kwantung Army in World War II, thus seized a large number of Direct evidence of Japan's atrocities in World War II and other times.

In March and April this year, Russia handed over many historical video evidence of the atrocities committed by the Japanese army in China to the Chinese government. China Central Television has shown some videos to the whole Chinese audience.

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Posted in: Ukraine's Zelenskyy arrives in Hiroshima as G7 leaders sanction Russia See in context

Is that like the pledge not to militarise the islands in the South China Sea

90% of the buildings on those islands are for civilians use only and of course China needs to put some weapons and military aircraft on them for self defense Like every island the US occupied. If China really wants to militarize these islands they can even put nuclear weapons on them.

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Posted in: Kishida, Biden agree to step up advanced technology cooperation See in context

The stagnant economy, high living costs, low wages and low fertility rate are the major survival issues facing Japan. These politicians are powerless to deal with these major issues that affect the lives of ordinary Japanese people, so they turn to so called China threat to shift the blame and fool people.

Some facts: Japanese firms are making tens of billions of dollars from trading and doing business in China every year that’s good for the people of Japan and Japan’s economy.

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Posted in: Ex-China newspaper editor indicted over info leak to Japan diplomats See in context

Japan's large-scale espionage activities against China began at least in the Qing Dynasty since there were historical records. Some famous figures and events were written in Chinese textbooks. The ccp are fully aware these things and are very alert to Japanese spies.

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Posted in: Australia tells exporters to diversify from top trade partner China See in context

It’s a joke

Which country in the world can replace China to buy such a large amount of resources from Australia? With out China as a major buyer Australia’s resources industry is going to collapse. And resources like iron ore is equivalent to garbage or even pollutants if there’s no buyers

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Posted in: China retail sales up after COVID reopening See in context

Zero Covid policy cannot go on forever. China’s approach was correct, that is trying to save lives as many as possible. Had China not have the Zero Covid policy, millions of lives would have been lost. Later Covid sub-variants are so much milder, their immune systems can fight off the virus so that now they will able to boost the economy. Unlike in the West, giving away money to boost the economies, and now people there will have to pay for it from skyrocketing inflation, lower productivity, and now another banking crisis.

I totally agree with you.

The delta variant is much more deadly than the latter variant if China gave up the zero covid policy early millions of people would have died. It is true that many people do not like zero covid and the economy has also been affected. But in fact, China's inflation is very low, and the growth of GDP in the last three years is higher than that of most countries in the world.

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Posted in: China stresses need for tech reliance, firms should lead innovation See in context

Almost every time we see something claimed to be a Chinese innovation beyond what others in the world have accomplished, it is later discovered to be a fraud.

You should stop spreading these false information and stop fooling yourself and others. China has been the world’s largest trading country for a long time. If everything is a fraud why do people always buy its product.

For example Huawei has the most 5g patents in the world, which means that every 5g mobile phone sold in the world must pay Huawei a certain patent fee.

Hopefully, there aren't too many serious injuries and deaths caused by the lack of safety law enforcement for all these "innovations".

Until China learns what Japan learned from Deming and the govt starts enforcing safety laws, Chinese companies will forever be throw-away device leaders.

You mentioned electric vehicles. In fact, most of the world's auto companies Like telsla and bmw are customers of the Chinese company CATL. The vehicles with the battery of Catl have been driving on European roads for a long time. The quality of their batteries has reached European standards long ago which is much higher than the japanese standard

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Posted in: Japanese man given 12-year prison term in China for espionage See in context

Japan's large-scale espionage activities against China began at least in the Qing Dynasty since there were historical records. Some famous figures and events were written in Chinese textbooks. The ccp are fully aware these things and are very alert to Japanese spies.

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Posted in: Japan, Greece step up security ties as 'strategic partners' See in context

Japanese people should know that the primary task of the U.S. military stationed in Japan has always been to suppress the rise of Japan and protect the security and interests of the United States. The United States knows that the threats of China, Russia and North Korea are behind the threats of Japan's militarization.

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Posted in: 3 Chinese diplomats with Japan ties were detained, freed Japanese man says See in context

Japan's large-scale espionage activities against China began at least in the Qing Dynasty since there were historical records. Some famous figures and events were written in Chinese textbooks. The ccp are fully aware these things and are very alert to Japanese spies.

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Posted in: Kishida says Japan urgently needs to strengthen its military See in context

Japan loves having the freedom to do as they wish, when they wish, and not be thrown in a camp or prison for speaking their mind. The Chinese CCP way is not for Japan or anyone in the world.

I think the unification Church and Japanese politicians pose a much greater threat and harm to the Japanese people than the ccp.

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Posted in: China shocked by shooting death of Abe See in context

You don't really think the Chinese regard Japan as their friend, do you?  It's not a secret that the vast majority of Chinese people hate Japan,and believe Japan Is China’s enemy, so isn't it very reasonable for Chinese people to celebrate the death of an former Anti-China PM of an enemy country? The Chinese know Abe has visited the yasukuni shrine many times to worship the war criminals who participated in the war of aggression against China in ww2,not to mention that many Chinese people believe Abe is responsible for Japan’s fully cooperated with the U.S. policy of encircling China.

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Posted in: Cooperation by U.S., allies a step toward Asian NATO: N Korea media See in context

The two main characteristics of NATO countries are that they have one shared enemy Russia and they have no territorial disputes with each other. These two characteristics make NATO's existence meaningful and feasible.

And so called Asian NATO does not have these two characteristics at all, as we all know Japan has territorial disputes with all its neighbors. And who’s the shared enemy for so called Asian NATO? It’s China,Russia or North korea? Ironically, Japan is actually the shared enemy of the three countries. And don't forget that South Korea also has deep hatred for Japan.

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Posted in: China urges Japan not to meddle in gas development in East China Sea See in context

Japan must use their JMSDF to challenge Chinese drilling in disputed waters and stop it. 

The Japanese Ministry of defense dare not even complain about the Chinese and Russian warships cruising in the waters near Japan recently. How do you think they dare attack the Chinese facilities located on the Chinese side of the so called median line proposed by Tokyo?

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Posted in: China urges Japan not to meddle in gas development in East China Sea See in context

Why a Japanese company with the approval of the government don't do the same thing on the Japanese side of this line ?

very simple answer, If Japan do the same thing China's response will be to exploit oil on a large scale without any hesitation , which will far exceed Japan's ability and scale of exploitation. In fact, no country in the world can surpass China in terms of large-scale exploitation

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Posted in: China's economy grows 8.1% in 2021; slows in second half See in context

Is China big enough for it to work there? Can China produce everything China ever needs? Not sure. Whether it could work or not is a different question to whether the transition from a globalised hub to an insular, isolated nation with a new Great Wall around it, trapping its citizens inside, is doable.

Read more news please.

The Chinese are buying and selling goods with the rest of the world at a record level last two or three years and China has been the world's largest trading country for many years.

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Posted in: China's economy grows 8.1% in 2021; slows in second half See in context

China's GDP increased from about $15 trillion in 2020 to almost $18 trillion in 2021, an increase of $3 trillion a year, equivalent to 60% of Japan's total GDP. And GDP per capital also jumped 20% to $12500. Wow

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Posted in: Asian shares mixed after China reports slowing growth See in context

China's GDP increased from about $15 trillion in 2020 to almost $18 trillion in 2021, an increase of $3 trillion a year, equivalent to 60% of Japan's total GDP. Wow

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Posted in: Chinese developer misses major bond repayment of $179 million See in context

“I see. Japanese real estate firms have never misjudged the market before.”

Japanese real estate firms like Daiwa house group has been doing business in China for at least 10 years they are providing good quality homes and services to the Chinese customers and of course make a lot of money and they use the money to better serve their customers back at home in Japan that’s truly a win win situation.

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Posted in: Chinese developer misses major bond repayment of $179 million See in context

TISHMAN SPEYER another international property developer bought a piece of land in Shanghai for nearly 100 billion Japanese yen outbidding local buyers on November 17.

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Posted in: Chinese developer misses major bond repayment of $179 million See in context

Interesting to see keyboard warriors are busy discussing the collapse of Chinese property market, while one of Japan's largest real estate companies Daiwa house group bought a piece of land at a high price (45 billion Japanese yen)in Suzhou,China last week.

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Posted in: Chinese city eases rules for developers amid cash crunch See in context

On Friday one of the biggest real estate company from Japan Daiwa house group bought a piece of land in Suzhou for 45 billion Japanese yen

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Posted in: Olympic flame arrives in Beijing amid boycott calls See in context

Uyghurs population actually has increased from 8.3 million in 2010 to 11.6 million in 2020 that’s a 30% increase in just one decade much faster than the population growth in other parts of China. And the Uyghur people’s income also increased significantly in this period.

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