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Dialogue 04/14/2013 Anti-Japan dramas draw fire

04-15-2013 07:06 BJT

China’s TV viewing public is becoming more skeptical. There’s growing criticism of the many films and dramas that cultivate an extreme anti-Japanese sentiment. The current stand-off between Tokyo and Beijing on territorial disputes has filled nationalism on both sides. But does harsh censorship also play a part in the rampant proliferation of such war themes and revolutionary themes? The poor script writers also should their share of the blame. Meanwhile the frosty atmosphere between Tokyo and Beijing continues on the business front.

Dialogue 04/14/2013 Anti-Japan dramas draw fire

Host: Yang Rui

Gregory Yingnien Tsang, Current Affairs Commentator

Professor Liu Baocheng, University of International Business and Economics

Teng Jimeng, Beijing Foreign Studies University

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