Monday, December 04, 2006

China-Japan relation is changing.

"Standing at a new starting point, the two sides should work closely to add momentum to the long-term and stable development of their relations," Tang said.

In his meeting with Abe in October, Chinese President
Hu Jintao had described Abe's visit as a "turning point" in China-Japan relations and said he hoped it would also serve as a new starting point for the improvement and development of ties.

Xinhua cited Tang as saying the two should solidify the political and economic foundations of their relationship, and that Japan should "properly handle" its ties with Taiwan and "historical issues," ostensibly over Japan's past militarism.

Tang added that Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao would meet with Abe during a regional summit to be held in the Philippines later this month, Xinhua

Look China's attitude is changing.
At the same time, the tension might arise at any time.
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