China's top banker snubs IMF meeting
China's top banker has pulled out of the International Monetary Fund meetings in Tokyo Wednesday in a move widely seen as a protest for the ongoing dispute between Japan and China over islands in the East China Sea.
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#1 Oct 11, 2012
#2 Oct 11, 2012
So PRC lets the world know its stance in a high profile.
Japan refuses to admit its war crimes, continues to worship war criminals, and disobeys the surrender agreements and Cairo Declaration and Potsdam Declaration. Japan simultaneously has land conflicts with Russia, Korea, and China (PRC & Taiwan/ROC) as a result of its willful violation of the international treaties that concluded WW2.
Japan's logic is actually the logic of a scoundrel.
Another piece of good news is that Taiwan/ROC advertises either yesterday or today in major US newspapers about its sovereignty over the Diaoyu Islands (or known a Tiaoyu Tai)(so not only PRC did it). Japan's territorial aggression is a violation of Cairo and Potsdam Declarations and the surrender agreement signed between Japanese generals and General Ho Ying-Yin onboard of US Warship Missouri in 1945.
The major newspapers are Washington Post, New York Times, Wall Street Journal. I forget one of them.
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