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It makes perfect sense because that's how epidemic works. Epidemic has initial growth phase, fast boost phase, steady phase and slow down phase. Because the outbreak started in China first,later spread to other countries. China is already in steady phase where as countries like Japan just entered fast boost phase,so it makes perfect sense that cases outside China increase at a much faster pace.

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Posted in: Coronavirus outbreak stokes anti-Asian bigotry worldwide See in context

How many of the flu viruses that you mention were brought about by greed

& the gluttony of a certain group of people who feel a need to

stuff their faces with bats, snakes, dogs, wolf puppies and other

'exotic' slaughtered animals at dirty, unhygenic wet markets?

Where did the Spanish flu originated?Not China

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Posted in: Cruise ship virus cases jump to 175, including quarantine officer See in context

Why should out tax yen be used to take care of the sick people on board a

cruise ship when their own countries do nothing to offer support for

their own citizens?

I don't think Japan needs to pay the bill,the tourist on board have travel insurance to cover their medical expensive

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Posted in: China's Communist Party faces its biggest crisis since SARS See in context

@Jimizo The notion that people have a “choice” is nothing more than an illusion created by the establishment . You can throw any leader out as you wish, but in the end nothing will be changed,the ruling class will always be the same. Leader of the country is merely a token,the elites will always have a say in policy no matter who is in charge.

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Posted in: Japan confirms third case of coronavirus virus See in context

There are hundreds of thousands of Japanese people work in China,you cannot deny them from returning Japan

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Posted in: China demands Canada release Huawei executive See in context

This is a serious violation of international law and human rights.

She did not do anything illegal on US or Canada soil, the US has NO jurisdiction over Chinese soil, all activities she conducts within China is subject to Chinese law only.

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Posted in: APEC summit ends with no communique as China, U.S. differ See in context


Japan started to play catch up since 1868, China started to play catch up since 1950

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Posted in: World bracing for risk of Trump's trade war See in context

Yes, and China has very little industrial technology. Look at a modern airplane. Pretty much no Chinese components. Mostly USA/EU/JP.

Call me when Chinese technology is trusted enough for people's lives to depend on it like airplane components.

Chinese made Y-8 (civil aviation version) have been flew for decades, all components include engines are domestically produced .

China tried to reverse engineer a jet engine and FAILED. China is so poor with aerospace that they recently bought Russian rocket engines with technology from the 1970s. They can't even make their own rockets.

Can you even distinguish jet engine from rocket engine ?

No Chinese rockets use foreign engine, the LongMarch series rocket use homemade YF-73 YF-75 YF-77 engines.

In 2017 China launches 18 vs Japan 7

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Posted in: China uses D-Day anniversary to praise Germany, slam Japan See in context

Two wrongs do not make a right. Japan can't use CCP's flaw as an excuse to justify own fault

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Posted in: Japan, Russia agree to expand defense cooperation See in context

Sorry to burst your bubble dog but Russia also has a Pacific Fleet and he idea of China declaring that they are going to become the dominant strategic power in the region does not sit well them completely. Furthermore Russia has towns along their side of the border becoming sino-zed by hordes of Chinese workers that have been a concern for many years. And hey aren't stupid enough to think that Chinese territorial expansion notions don't take the Russian fareast into account. AS for citing amounts of trade, EVERYBODY does trade with China but that is not what directs strategic policy.

In international politics, there is something call "maitain power balance". Unless Russia think they can handle the US alone, they will need China, and China needs Russia for the same reason. And this situation will lasts until one of them become stronger than the US

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Posted in: Canada to extradite Chinese man to Japan in 1995 triple murder probe See in context

Mitsuo Matsuyama

I guess the Japanese guy builds good image by drug trafficking in China

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