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Studio interview: Significance of July 7th Incident

07-07-2012 12:27 BJT

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75 years ago on this day, Japan's Imperial Army initiated the July 7th Incident in Beijing. This marked the beginning of China's eight-year War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression. Full Story>>

For more on this, we're joined again by Tao Wenzhao, research fellow at the Institute of American Studies, at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

Q1, An American writer has said the July 7th Incident marked the beginning of the second world war, what is your view on that?

Q2, How do Japanese people feel now about the July 7th Incident?

 

Editor:Zhang Ning |Source: CNTV

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