I'm Australian but I certainly choose Japan's side for most matters!! I support Japan and and this article surprised me!
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Yeah Japan did some really bad things in the war... But what about Americans who dropped a bomb on a city with 80 percent civilian? What about other countries who still practice torture? I think Japan has done good to apologize and people should get over it.
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I'm definetly not Japanese but respect the country so much... Nothing China does will make a difference because they STILL act like communists. Japan has apologized many times and has changed many of its wrong doings, this comes from Japan which is a country that protects its culture... So I see the change in japan and even though I have never been there, China is the enemy here.
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You don't always need money to give kindness... And I really have the deepest respect for Japanese culture, I have said it before. I think I will go to this place in the year and it would be an honor to give something to those people who lost so much.
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If I saw a crying child or ANYTHINGI would help for sure... It is a little more relaxed in my country but I often don't care about the law if I think something needs to be done, I am not a criminal but if a child needs help and the law makes it sound bad then I don't care.
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As an Australian, I bow in honor of a beautiful country like Japan... The past is the past and the world cannot keep holding it above Japans head. I bow to you Japan and China is nothing but a greedy greedy country. Even though Japan did some incredibly bad things in history, they have said many apologies to the world and its not just for them to say sorry all the time, its for us to forgive them and move on.
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Its so good that this child was found!! But if the girl says she cannot remember, it sounds like she is lying. I am so happy she is safe and it was a great effort from police!
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