原文标题：Japanese land on disputed island fuels China fury
Siloo Kapadia (Singapore)
I strongly support Japan. China is just acting like a bully. Please make sure to go to other sites such as BBC, Bloomberg, and Wall St. Journal to voice your opinions. Also on Facebook go to “??????????????/Senkaku Islands are territories peculiar to Japan.” and press LIKE. Jai Hind!
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Harry (Singapore) replies to Siloo Kapadia 19 hrs ago
Your strong support for Japan stems from your strong dislike of China, for whatever dubious reasons, nothing more. This kind of biased stance gains no respect from the neutrals, but will no doubt attract unquestioning support from similar anti-China diehards. Are you a migrant from India who still find it difficult to shake off the nightmarish memory from 1962?
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Siloo Kapadia replies to Harry
No I am not an immigrant from that period and that has nothing to do with my feelings about the matter. If you read my past posts you will see that I have always, and continue to, support rapport with China. I have nothing but respect for that country. However, China is indeed trying to bully not only Japan but most of Asia and this has got to be put to rest.
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Ravindra Dixit (Mumbai)
China is riding roughshod over all surrounding countries. I am glad that Japan has sent this strong signal.
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John Hans (Baltimore, Maryland) replies to Ravindra Dixit
See things with a biased filter? Obviously you can’t see any disputes Japan has with South Korea, Russia?
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Yes Japanese must fight it out and have the islands for itself
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Brown American (USA)
China will eventually get the disputed Islands and territories in the neighborhood. It is in the region’s interest that these disputes are settled amicably. War and Violence is what USA and Europe want.
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Good, keep going japan.
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Suraj (Bang) 1 day ago
China wants everything in South asia…may it be arunachal pradesh, kashmir in india and these islands of japan….China shd be definitely taught a lesson one day
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Mohan (India) 1 day ago
China is opportunist,is of no use for any good.
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Yong (Malaysia) 1 day ago
Many people, outside of Asia – especially -, are not aware of the deep rooted cause of the current Chinese tensions which have largely stemmed from the Chinese belief called “Hua and Yi distinction”. The belief differentiates a culturally defined “China” from ethnic outsiders (Yi) which is translated as “barbarian”. Depending on context, this sinocentric distinction could take ethnic and racist overtones. The Hua-Yi distinction assumed Chinese cultural superiority, but also implied that outsider barbarians could become Chinese only by adopting Chinese values and customs. When this cultural universalism took a more racial guise, it could have very harmful effects. — See Tibet, Uyghur as the two perfect examples. Japan, SE Asia and even Korea are “Yi” according to Chinese mentality.
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P S Bhogal (Ludhiana) 1 day ago
What ever China is doing, has a history of its own. After India and the world silently watched the Chinese take over of TIBET in 1953, China has picked up this habit of cartographic manipulation and steadily planning to gnaw at the territories of the surrounding countries. I don’t see any effective halt to such bullying syndromes in the Chinese policy in the near future. But the Japanese step is appreciable and all other victim countries including India must follow this tactic. India has already exhibited a little of it in the South China see on account of oil rigging in the Vietnamese waters which China claims to be its own. Some people wish the USA to do some thing but why should they do something ? Its is a God sent opportunity to them as their arms and military technology will find more market as a result this crisis.
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Noboru Tabe (Tachikawa, Tokyo, Japan) replies to P S Bhogal
Your comments reminds me of the time when China threatened your border with military forces .It was a time in early 60s when I was studyng in Calcutta.I learnt what horrible expansionism China adorned with,when China invaded the soil of Tibet. What a poor signs of Tibetan refugees were and still are seen along the Park Street of New Delhi.We, Japanese are threated by <Bullying Syndoromes> as you just said in your remark. We have every justifiable reason why the islands belong to Japan. Let me appreciate your remarks on behalf of all of our citizen.
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John Hans (Baltimore, Maryland) replies to Noboru Tabe
Japanese talking about invasion (:- Your kind has done enough to invade others. It’s time for you to return what you have occupied!
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日本人说别人入侵 (:- 你们入侵其他国家已经够多了，该把占领的土地归还别人了。
Concerned (NZ) replies to Noboru Tabe 1 day ago
Tabe, your comments remind me of the time when inhumane, barbaric Japan slaughtered tens of millions of innocent lives, young and old, and raped millions of women and girls in China, Korea, southeast Asia and Pearl Harbor before and during WW II and during your cruel colonization of Korea. It was a time in the early 50’s when I was touring these places that I learnt what heinous crimes Japan committed and miseries inflicted by barbaric Japan in the Japanese invaded places. What a horrible sight of those mass graves of innocent lives murdered by the inhuman Japs. Thanks to America’s 2 atomic bombs that halt the Japs’ atrocious wars of aggression. But on hindsight, more such bombs should have been dropped to sink the falling ” sun” into the Pacific ocean of no return. We have every justifiable reason and irrefutable proofs why those island belong to China or Korea and why the continued existence of Japan as a nation is a threat to peace-loving Asians.
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ashis (kolkata) replies to Concerned 23 hrs ago
What Japan did since 1931 was condemned by everybody. But the Communist faction led by Mao was only happy that that Japan’s action weakened Chiang’s rule. In his lifetime Mao never sought apology from Japan. He was rather ready to eliminate Wang Ming from the scenario. Thus the communist thugs can not escape the blame. WE have been waiting for China to be free when the history would be rewritten. Dropping N-bombs on Japan was the cruellest war crime in the history of human civilisation. It is a pity that you worship the event. At that time Japan was on back foot and considering surrender in the coming months. It is the fear that Japan may surrender to the USSR, led Truman to drop the bombs.
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Yong (马来西亚) replies to Concerned 1 day ago
Sir, Japan is sorry for the mistakes that have been made some 60 years ago while Chinese (the Communist) agression is currently on-going in our peaceful Asia. My country has a dispute with them too. So as Vietnam, Philippines, India, etc etc.. If you are really Kiwi, your backyard — Tonga, Samoa, Fiji etc — are also the tareget of China. I have been to all of these islands countries and am shocked to learn how the communist China is invading these islands.. Have a nice day sir.
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ashis (kolkata) replies to Noboru Tabe 1 day ago
Japan is also responsible for the rise of communist China. Please stop technology transfer and trade with China. When Tibet was sucked, India and the world was mute spectator, when India was over run, world paid lip service. Now that the bottled jinn has come out, it high time to take action at international level.
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It is high time that USA takes a firm stand against China to protect from the bullying tactics of China against it’s neighbours!
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myalmightygod (India) replies to T.G.Ramachandran
Why do you want US in asian politics. Keep US away from Asian region. Why can’t we be strong and Play as a role model.
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T.G.Ramachandran replies to myalmightygod
India cant compete with China any day & USA is a selfish & an unreliable country & a declining power too!
Thinker (China) replies to T.G.Ramachandran 1 day ago
Why USA? Who gives the power to the USA? I guess it’s the “law of the jungle”! If that’s true, what are you babbling about?
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Yong (Malaysia) 1 day ago
Japanese friends are (i) US, (ii) EU countries, (iii) India, (iv) Most SE Asia countris Taiwan included, (v) Aus/NZ …………………….. Chinese friends are : (i) North Korea, (ii) Pakistan, (iii) Russia, (iv) Syria, (v) Zimbabwe, (vi) Iran etc etc …………………….. Which side would you want to be? The answer is obvious right?
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TruthHurt (Mumbai) replies to Yong 1 day ago
Yeah, USA needs India to survive. Why 99% of India’s defense are imported from Russia ???
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Ajay (Chennai) replies to TruthHurt 1 day ago
really? 99%? redo the math. Most of the russian sales were at the cold war to a decade after. Now India is distancing itself from Russia (Or is it the other way around because of China? IDK). We are now more closer (in defense ties) towards France and Israel. Only a few projects is with Russia now. a bulk of them is with Israel and France bro. Yong has a point there.
Noboru Tabe (Tachikawa, Tokyo, Japan) replies to Yong
Let me take a liberty of quoting your views to the Japanese public!
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Yong replies to Noboru Tabe 1 day ago
Mr. Tabe-san, it is a pity to know that many Japanese are actually not aware of our support and sympathy to your nation over China-Japan tension. I am a Chinease Malaysia but do not support communist China. I have frineds from Japan who say that a Japanese media do not report the majority of Asians stands by Japan thus Japanese general public are only influenced by provocative statements by Chinese (and Koreans) propaganda. I assure you that Vietnam, Philippines, India and many other Asians are waiting for Japanese courages to face the Chinese expansionism with Samurai spirit!
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John Hans (Baltimore, Maryland) replies to Yong
You must be a banana (:- Please don’t pretend to be a Chinese. It’s OK to be anti-CCP but it’s totally brainless to go against China as a nation if you were a Chinese.
你肯定是一个黄皮白心的人 (:- 请不要假装华人。反共是可以的。但如果你是华人，那么反中国就完全是愚蠢之举。
Noboru Tabe replies to Yong
Many thanks for your remarks once again. Very nice getting touch with Malaysian friend like you. I had a good friend of mine ,China- born Malaysian professor in KL. We,Japanese should be thankful to your short message that will be introduced via a Japanese media.
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ashis (kolkata) replies to Yong 1 day ago
Highly recommended. In India, the North Eastern states that have borders with China and the Myanmar people also hate communist China. So are Tibet, East Turkestan. The Mongolian must not be any exception. The Hai-Yi culture that you have mentioned must be a communist ploy to brain wash the Chinese people.
Subramaniam (Malaysia) 1 day ago
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Noboru Tabe (Tachikawa, Tokyo, Japan) replies to Subramaniam
Bravo Malaaysia! What a wonderful progress ! I trust you feel comfotable living in the soil of Malaysia!
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John Hans (Baltimore, Maryland) replies to Noboru Tabe
Or wait for the Japanese to rule (:-
denis sharp (australia) 1 day ago
bout time china got some of its own back.look at what china nis doing in the philippines and the spratly islands. well done japan.
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