China holds ceremony to mark China-Ja...

China holds ceremony to mark China-Japan war

There are 54 comments on the Sunherald.com story from Jul 6, 2014, titled China holds ceremony to mark China-Japan war. In it, Sunherald.com reports that:

This year's unusually high-profile commemoration of the 1937 Marco Polo Bridge Incident, including a nationally televised speech by Xi, comes amid an anti-Japanese propaganda campaign by Beijing.

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RayH

Shenzhen, China

#1 Jul 7, 2014
Save a bullet for a Nip.
Taiwanese

Lane Cove, Australia

#2 Jul 7, 2014
China should donate copies of those film footages and documents on Japanese aggression and atrocities against humanity to libraries around the world to educate world populace about the evil of wars and to shame those unrepentant japanese about the subhuman deeds perpetrated by their forefathers like Abe's father. Look like it is in the DNA of Abe family to perpetrate and promote wars against humanity.
What a monster the Abe ancestry really is. So shameful and subhuman.
Purple

Parramatta, Australia

#3 Jul 8, 2014
Do this every second day. Next year marks the 70th year since WW2 ended. There will be Japan bashing throughout Asia and beyond. The propaganda machines of the US and its doggies will come out to lessen the effect. Be ready, Hollywood.
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#4 Jul 8, 2014
Purple wrote:
Do this every second day. Next year marks the 70th year since WW2 ended. There will be Japan bashing throughout Asia and beyond. The propaganda machines of the US and its doggies will come out to lessen the effect. Be ready, Hollywood.
Hope they'll be celebrating VJ Day too. I am.
I can read

Edinburgh, UK

#5 Jul 8, 2014
Taiwanese wrote:
China should donate copies of those film footages and documents on Japanese aggression and atrocities against humanity to libraries around the world to educate world populace about the evil of wars and to shame those unrepentant japanese about the subhuman deeds perpetrated by their forefathers like Abe's father. Look like it is in the DNA of Abe family to perpetrate and promote wars against humanity.
What a monster the Abe ancestry really is. So shameful and subhuman.
They can stick it beside footage of tianamen square and show how some countries in asia have advanced leaps and bounds and others still don't value human life.
Ghengis Khan

Palmerston North, New Zealand

#6 Jul 8, 2014
I can read wrote:
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They can stick it beside footage of tianamen square and show how some countries in asia have advanced leaps and bounds and others still don't value human life.
very very subtle,lol
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

Richmond, Canada

#9 Jul 8, 2014
I can read

still talking about tianamen square

like it was yesterday....

ill come back in 6 months and he will still be here

talking about tianamen square

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China’s Innovation Has Outstripped Its ‘Follow Fast’ Reputation
BY GURU GOWRAPPAN, QUIXEY07.03.149:41 AM

These days, China is growing faster than ever and shattering any perception of it as a follower in the process. Although the country grew into a technology powerhouse initially by following the example of the U.S. tech industry, it is now home to four of the world’s ten largest internet and technology companies – Alibaba, Baidu, Tencent, and Xiaomi. What’s even more impressive is that three of those four broke into the global top ten just since 2013. China’s growing economy is increasingly focused on mobile, and the conviction and passion of its leaders are something to be taken seriously. The opportunity is certainly there — the market cap for China’s biggest Internet companies sits at more than $400 billion — the only thing that needs to change is foreign perception of Chinese innovation.

Whatever the stereotypes that have followed around the Chinese economy (fake iPhones, bootleg DVDs, rapidly produced imitations of every popular game on the App Store, etc), these are all background noise to the country’s actual world impact. Perceptions of China as a country that “follows the leader” have been blown out of proportion for a while, and now it is clear that the nation is an innovator that has in many ways defined markets like search, commerce, social, entertainment, and advertising. With surging growth and a huge untapped market both internally and in neighboring Asian countries, China is well positioned to continue innovating within technology and outside of it. The following are a few examples of how China is blazing new trails that the US hasn’t yet approached
It is so Amazing

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#10 Jul 8, 2014
Vietnam in pretending to be a “victim” in the South China Sea dispute, saying it is prepared to seek international arbitration on the issue is all about POLITICS.

When Vietnamese pirates and fishermen encroached on foreign lands, they bound to be arrested and even jailed. Most fortunately they will merely apprehended by the more civilized Chinese Military.

In Malaysian territorial water, these Vietnamese barbarians were openly shooting at our patrol ships. Due to the restrained orders from Malaysian Government, such incidence went unreported and without responses e.g. we can easily firing back.

Why not shoot all China military? Simple! The VC Government knew the consequences of firing a single shot.
It is so Amazing

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#11 Jul 8, 2014
Oops! Wrong thread
Taiwanese

Lane Cove, Australia

#13 Jul 9, 2014
Ghengis Khan wrote:
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very very subtle,lol
Ni ma de ri ben gui zi, very very true for japanese criminal like you. You should be fighting for comfort woman which your mum was part of instead of siding with your evil jap war criminal.
Taiwanese

Lane Cove, Australia

#14 Jul 9, 2014
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE wrote:
I can read
still talking about tianamen square
like it was yesterday....
ill come back in 6 months and he will still be here
talking about tianamen square
Well said to that idiot I can read but who does not understand much, just a simple ignorant and useless twig.
I can read

Edinburgh, UK

#15 Jul 9, 2014
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE wrote:
I can read
still talking about tianamen square
like it was yesterday....
ill come back in 6 months and he will still be here
talking about tianamen square
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China’s Innovation Has Outstripped Its ‘Follow Fast’ Reputation
BY GURU GOWRAPPAN, QUIXEY07.03.149:41 AM
These days, China is growing faster than ever and shattering any perception of it as a follower in the process. Although the country grew into a technology powerhouse initially by following the example of the U.S. tech industry, it is now home to four of the world’s ten largest internet and technology companies – Alibaba, Baidu, Tencent, and Xiaomi. What’s even more impressive is that three of those four broke into the global top ten just since 2013. China’s growing economy is increasingly focused on mobile, and the conviction and passion of its leaders are something to be taken seriously. The opportunity is certainly there — the market cap for China’s biggest Internet companies sits at more than $400 billion — the only thing that needs to change is foreign perception of Chinese innovation.
Whatever the stereotypes that have followed around the Chinese economy (fake iPhones, bootleg DVDs, rapidly produced imitations of every popular game on the App Store, etc), these are all background noise to the country’s actual world impact. Perceptions of China as a country that “follows the leader” have been blown out of proportion for a while, and now it is clear that the nation is an innovator that has in many ways defined markets like search, commerce, social, entertainment, and advertising. With surging growth and a huge untapped market both internally and in neighboring Asian countries, China is well positioned to continue innovating within technology and outside of it. The following are a few examples of how China is blazing new trails that the US hasn’t yet approached
How about I talk about the political prisoners China has imprisoned in third world conditions right now?

Fight against corruption and the Chinese government will destroy your life.
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

Richmond, Canada

#16 Jul 9, 2014
I can read wrote:
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How about I talk about the political prisoners China has imprisoned in third world conditions right now?
Fight against corruption and the Chinese government will destroy your life.
how about we talk about your country exporting its violence and killing people around the world...

and still doing it these days

too stupid to know.. trying to impose your way of doing things on people in other countries... has just gotten your people killed...

in fact I would say it has backfired on your country, as the Muslims create Shari Law areas in the UK...

and your legal system recognizes it,,,

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Sharia law to be adopted into UK legal system for first time ...
rt.com/news/sharia-law-uk-legal-713/
Mar 23, 2014 - Sharia principles are to become enshrined in the UK legal system for ... of an heir who has died, as this practice isn't recognized in Islamic law.
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

Richmond, Canada

#17 Jul 9, 2014
how many of your soldiers have died in Afghanistan?

imposing your freedoms?

Afghanistan: Surge in Women Jailed for 'Moral Crimes ...
www.hrw.org/news/2013/.../afghanistan-surge-w... ...
May 21, 2013 - Women and girls imprisoned on “moral crimes” charges who were .... In Afghanistan's deeply gender segregated society, many women have ..
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#18 Jul 9, 2014
I can read wrote:
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They can stick it beside footage of tianamen square and show how some countries in asia have advanced leaps and bounds and others still don't value human life.
How's your war coming along in AfghanNam? Believe this is the 4th time you folks got stuck there?
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#19 Jul 9, 2014
Or is that you "blokes"?
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#20 Jul 9, 2014
Taiwanese wrote:
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Well said to that idiot I can read but who does not understand much, just a simple ignorant and useless twig.
Exactly. Here we are in 2014, at the beginning of the "Chinese Century," and this fool is still stuck in the 1980s.
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#21 Jul 9, 2014
I can read wrote:
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How about I talk about the political prisoners China has imprisoned in third world conditions right now?
Fight against corruption and the Chinese government will destroy your life.
Check for the ones in your own jail.
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#22 Jul 9, 2014
I can read wrote:
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They can stick it beside footage of tianamen square and show how some countries in asia have advanced leaps and bounds and others still don't value human life.
And the U.K. has fought wars with 80 % of the countries of the world......
I can read

Edinburgh, UK

#23 Jul 9, 2014
RayH wrote:
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Check for the ones in your own jail.
Ok.

Why don't you provide me with a single example of someone in the UK being imprisoned just for taking a stand against corruption.

You can't because my country hasn't enshrined corruption as its number one goal.

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