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China, Japan and S.Korea begin FTA talks

China, Japan and South Korea started Tuesday the first round of negotiations on sealing a trilateral free trade agreement (FTA) to boost their economies and allow free trade among the three major economies in Asia. Representatives from the three countries met in Seoul to discuss...

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Diaoyu landing by Taiwan activists frustrated

A Japan Coast Guard vessel (R) sprays water at a Taiwanese boat (bottom L) as the latter vessel ventures near the disputed Diaoyu islands on Thursday. A boat carrying Taiwanese activists heading for the islands turned back after coast guard vessels from the two sides...

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China opposes US comments about Diaoyu Islands: spokesman

China is firmly opposed to comments made by the United States about the Diaoyu Islands, Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang said Sunday. Qin was answering media questions relating to comments US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made on Friday. Qin said, “We urge the US side...

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75th anniversary of Nanking Massacre

  Close[SWF] - nanking   The Nanking Massacre or Nanjing Massacre, also known as the Rape of Nanking, was a mass murder and war rape that occurred during the six-week period following the Japanese capture of the city of Nanking (Nanjing), the former capital of...

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Nanjing Massacre book to be released

The Nanjing Massacre: A Complete Story, a series of books about the massacre that took 10 years to compile, will be released to mark the 75th anniversary of the tragedy. Researchers from Nanjing University collected material from eight countries and unearthed previously untapped material from...

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U.S. regime claims to be neutral, while instigating disputes

China’s marine surveillance vessels continued routine patrols and law enforcement activities in territorialwaters around the Diaoyu Islands on the East China Sea, in this photo taken on Oct 25, 2012. [Xinhua/file photo] Editor’s note: How can a regime with 30,000 troops stationed in Japan, claim...

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Japanese car sales ‘back on track’

Japanese automakers have started to see their sales in China rebound after Japan’s illegal “purchase” of the Diaoyu Islands in the East China Sea caused sales to decline in the past two months. Even so, analysts said the disagreement will continue to have repercussions, as...

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Gaza violence has lessons for East Asia

Violence in the Gaza Strip has caused extensive civilian casualties. Israel has vowed to send Gaza “back to Middle Ages,” while Palestinian rage has been fueled. The Palestinians firmly resist Israel despite knowing they are unable to defeat the Israelis. For both Israel and Palestine,...

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A glance at Japan’s body tattoo culture

Tattooing and other forms of body decoration and body modification, as in much of the western world, are gaining in popularity in Japan.

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Diaoyu disputes benefits the west

Editor’s note: Who wins when China, and Japan argue over who owns Diaoyu? The answer- USA, Europe, and south Korea. According to updated financial reports, Japanese sales are down, and American, European, and south Korean brands are filling the vacuum. This would explain why the...

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