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China Daily (Hong Kong) - - WORLD -

“War can de­stroy peo­ple’s lives and kill those who love each other in a mo­ment. How­ever, Ja­pan never showed any re­morse for its crimes dur­ing the war, as demon­strated by Shinzo Abe’s visit to the Ya­sukuni Shrine. Ja­pan has al­ways tried to down­play its war crimes. It is re­ally badly be­haved and bru­tal. I think we should take the nec­es­sary mea­sures to re­strict its be­hav­ior.”

from South Korea

NARI HAN,

CHEN XU,

“I think the visit is very in­ap­pro­pri­ate. The Ja­panese gov­ern­ment does not feel any re­grets over the war crimes com­mit­ted dur­ing World War II. In my opin­ion the best way to im­prove China-Ja­pan re­la­tion­ship is to or­ga­nize ex­change ac­tiv­i­ties among young peo­ple. Un­less young Ja­panese peo­ple are able to ad­mit their his­tory, there won’t be any real im­prove­ment in the re­la­tion­ship.”

a taxi driver in Bei­jing

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