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09-03-2010 14:27 BJT Special Report:65th anni. of Victory in War against Japan |

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Background: People across China celebrate victory in war against Japan

September 3rd marks the 65th anniversary of China's victory in its war of resistance against Japanese aggression and as well as victory in World War Two. People across the country are observing the day with celebrations. Full Story>>

For more insight on China's 65th anniversary of victory in the war against Japan, we turn again to our current affairs commentator Professor Tao Wenzhao. Hello, Professor Tao.

Sino-Japanese relations

1: 73 years ago, Japanese aggression brought unprecedented misery and sorrow to Chinese people. Relations between the two neigbouring countries have experienced some ups and downs since then. What's your perspective on the Sino-Japanese relationship?

Lessons to be learnt

2: Today we celebrate the victory in the war, but more importantly, we should learn a lesson from it to further the development of our country. What's your take on this?

Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source: CNTV

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