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Studio interview: Reflection about the war among Japanese

08-09-2010 10:17 BJT

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For more on the 65th anniversary the dropping of the atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Nagasaki, we are joined by current affair commentator Tao Wenzhao. Hello Mr. Tao,

Q1, It's been 65 years since the bomb was dropped, yet thousands of people take part in the memorial ceremony. Why does it remain significant?

Q2, August 15th is the 65th anniversary of Japanese Emperor Hirohito going on radio to announce the surrender. Is there any reflection or change of thinking about the country's actions in the Second World War among the Japanese?



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