China must guard against Japan's denial of history: army paper




 
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May 9th, 2015  
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Topic: China must guard against Japan's denial of history: army paper


China's military warned on Saturday of the need for a high degree of vigilance against attempts in Japan to deny its history of aggression, ahead of President Xi Jinping's attendance at World War Two commemorations in Moscow. The People's Liberation Army Daily, the military's official newspaper, said some political groups and figures in Japan are still denying the "barbarous crimes" of Japanese aggression, and still "paying homage to the souls of war criminals whose hands are stained with blood". Japan is still "challenging the intuitive knowledge of mankind" by beautifying colonial rule and invasions, and showing "contempt for historical facts and international justice", the paper said in an editorial. Sino-Japan relations are plagued by China's bitter memories of Japan's occupation of parts of the country before and during World War Two.




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