China Daily (Latin America Weekly) : 2018-11-26

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CHINA DAILY LATIN AMERICA WEEKLY Monday-Sunday, November 26 - December 2, 2018 PAGE TWO 2 Candid camera: Splashing out forces during that period. From the time that Japan invaded Northeast China in September 1931, followed by a full-scale invasion that started on July 7, 1937, around 35 million Chinese soldiers and civilians were killed or injured during the occupation, which continued until 1945. In 1937, around 300,000 Chinese were killed and 20,000 women raped in a six-week rampage that began on Dec 13, after Japanese troops captured Nanjing, Jiangsu province, which was then China’s capital. To honor the victims and the survivors and to pursue justice and an enduring peace, in February 2014, China’s top legislature designated Dec 13 as the National years on This year marks the 40th anniversary of China’s reform and opening-up policy. Editor’s Note: On May 24, 1997, Beijing authorities unveiled landmarks for eight commemorative sites in remembrance of those who died during the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression (1931-45). The item from China Daily (right) showed that a launch event was held at Tiantan (Temple of Heaven) Park, which was the headquarters of Japanese germ-warfare good-hearted person yearns for, and holds, a firm stance of peace but does not try to prolong hatred. In 2015, the Nanjing Massacre was entered onto the UNESCO Memory of the World Register, a compendium aimed at preserving documented heritage of universal value. Memorial Day for Victims of the Nanjing Massacre. The national flag will fly halfmast to mark the day. While attending the first State commemoration for the National Memorial Day in December 2014, President Xi Jinping said that the purpose of the memorial ceremony is to recall that every XINHUA PRINTED AND DISTRIBUTED BY PRESSREADER PressReader.com +1 604 278 4604 ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY COPYRIGHT AND PROTECTED BY APPLICABLE LAW

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