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Studio interview: Impact on Sino-Japanese ties

08-16-2010 13:41 BJT

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We can turn back to our current affairs commentator, Professor Hua Shiping, visiting fellow, from Peking University.

Pursuing peace has been a strong desire for people around the world since the end of the second world war. Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan has used the anniversary of its defeat to apologize to China and other Asian countries for its aggression at that time.

He's also refused to visit the controversial Yasukuni Shrine. How do you interpret his moves? What impact will it have on the bilateral ties between China and Japan?


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Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan has apologized to Asian countries for his country's aggression during World War two...<Full story>

Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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