YoKoWang comments

Posted in: Defiant Hashimoto says U.S. troops abused women during occupation See in context

Hashimoto, a typical Japanese!

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Posted in: Gov't to review statements on wartime history, revise textbook guidelines See in context

My Japanese neighbour, 75 yr old, told me it was not bad that the young generations didn't remember the war history. She said the only way for Japan to become a strong country was through territorial expansion. "The good thing is Japan didn't lose much when the WW2 ended. After so many years people remember nothing however the fact is this country becomes bigger and bigger."

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Posted in: China, Japan scholars seek way out in islands dispute See in context

Nabuo Fukuda, the journalist, missed the fact that the disputed area was the only waterway for China to the pacific ocean. It's impossible for China to sit back. If no oil was not discovered the dispute would be still there.

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Posted in: Gov't to review statements on wartime history, revise textbook guidelines See in context

Japan is the winner of WW2 by taking over Okinawa and some other islands with only two bombs. Congratulations.

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Posted in: Japan may deploy military equipment near disputed isles See in context

"disputed isles"?

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Posted in: Noda says protests will hurt China's economy See in context

It seems Japan will be starting an economic war with China. Is Japan ready to give up Chinese market? It will hurt Japan too.

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Posted in: China postpones event marking 40th anniversary of Japan ties See in context

Nobody cares about the event and the bilateral relationship. But the cold war mindset grows in Japan

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Posted in: Japan embassy, businesses shut as more protests erupt in China See in context

There are some "hidden fees" for Japanese companies to share of their government purchasing Senkaku islands.

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Posted in: Chaos See in context

Look at J's neighbours, everyone is irritated. Russa sent fight jets to circle Japan again and again. Korea's Lee visited one of the disputed islands, and now it's China's turn. Why ? Japanese government goes too far right beyond the neighbour's tolerance.

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Posted in: Chaos See in context

Again the problem is from Japanese government, which should have settled the problems long before like Germany who already regained the respect across the world. Unfortunately, Japanese didn't solve the problems and this passed down to younger generations. Nobody supports the violence for sure but the angry and irritation can be used so easily, especially for the people whose grandparents or relatives got slaughtered or tortured to death in the war.

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Posted in: Chaos See in context

The key issue is that Japan should return what it robbed from China in WW2 and in a long run build a new relationship with China.

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