外文标题：China, Korea angry as Japanese lawmakers visit Yasukuni
BEIJING: China is angry as 110 Japanese lawmakers and parliamentarians visited the controversial Yasukuni shrine, which honors convicted World War II Class-A war criminals along with war dead. Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe also sent a ritual offering to the shrine on Friday.
“China is deeply concerned with and firmly opposed to the negative trend related to the Yasukuni Shrine in Japan,” foreign ministry spokesman Hong Lei in a press release. Japan faces up to and reflects on its invasion history and draws the line at militarism, he said.
“We urge Japan to properly deal with the issues with a responsible attitude, honor its commitments on historical issues, and regain trust from its Asian neighbors and the international community through concrete actions,” Hong said.
Another country opposing the visit is South Korea, which deplored Abe’s ritual offering to the Shrine during a four-day autumn festival. Seoul’s foreign ministry said the visit by the lawmakers was “beyond deplorable” because the motive was to dismiss the complaints and criticism of neighboring countries and the international society.
china n korea hve same feeling against japan..just like india has against brish rule…japanese n western nation divided china into small pieces just as india was divided into pak n india….lets b factual..india and chinas history is very identical but still its citizen has differences against each other
Both the Chinese and the Koreans are CHEATS and stinkers as can be seen everywhere, including in sports. At least the Japanese are straightforward. Even in the US, even before you enter a Chinese or Korean neighborhood, the stinking smell starts a mile before – it is not the case with the places the Japanese live. The one people who are very close in resemblance and even exceed the Chinese and Koreans in cheating and filthiness are the Andhras of the South Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.
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Raj Reddy (Location)
now that is what i call Nationalism. I hope that some day under the able leadership of NaMo we will become one.
Saranathan Lakshminarasimhan (chennai)
China and Korea need to respect the dead
Japan has every right to go and visit this shrine. China and Korea should learn to live with this reality.
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What China is doing in TIBET ?? Illegally occupying indian territory these chienese are expert in double speak .. Let japan teach them some lesson
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kunwar bahadur shahi (Patna)
Flexing of muscles by China is not going to help them. China is a Communist country and like dictators they will never think before they got hit in their teeth. Peace and Peace will help in the progress so human race.
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