Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Chinese diplomacy.
China's Hu highlights hopes for Japan ties....Tue Jun 19, 11:16 PM ET

BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese President Hu Jintao held out hopes for closer ties with Japan, state media reported on Wednesday, notably underplaying tensions over history and territorial claims. .....Former Japanese Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone, who led the delegation that Hu greeted, was upbeat.

"Now relations between the two countries are advancing from a springtime to a summertime," Nakasone

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Chinese politicians are smart and pragmatic.
Some Japanese politicians should lean from them.
Japanese politicians should learn what to ignore and what to pay attention to.
The real issue is Japan's security.
Chinese politicians used history card to prevent Japan from getting the seat in UNSC. When it was over, they controlled their people's voice.
What are Japanese politicians trying to do by accusing the mistakes in description of the Chinese claim on Nanjing massacre?
Japanese honor?----Do they want to say Japanese honor is back if the death toll in Nanjing massacre was less than China claims? ----There is nothing wrong with debating the death toll among historians, but leave history to historians, do what it takes to be a politician.


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