China, Japan spar at UN over Abe's Ya...

China, Japan spar at UN over Abe's Yasukuni Shrine visit

There are 28 comments on the South China Morning Post story from Jan 31, 2014, titled China, Japan spar at UN over Abe's Yasukuni Shrine visit. In it, South China Morning Post reports that:

Yasukuni Shrine, located in Tokyo, Japan, is dedicated to over 2,466,000 Japanese soldiers and servicemen who died fighting on behalf of the Emperor of Japan in the last 150 years.

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Ainu

Suita, Japan

#22 Feb 9, 2014
See for yourself, chinks.

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#23 Feb 10, 2014
@AAA
Sorry for the late response, AAA. I meant the CCP's revolution when I talked about China's atrocities.

Apart from that, weren't China's crimes external as well? For example, they tried to extend their kingdom into places like Mongolia or parts of the Middle East, no? And hey, even India? Or am I misunderstanding something?
Gengis khan

Palmerston North, New Zealand

#24 Feb 11, 2014
Switches, you are 100% correct. The evil Nazi commie regime has for the last 60 yrs been stealing though deceit and murder, other countries land and property.
In Taiwan they are hated like a creeping cancer. Our current President ( the lame horse) because of his china friendly policies, now has a 8% popularity rating. This I think must be the lowest of any countries leader in all the world.
anyway, happy new year
Ainu

Osaka, Japan

#25 Feb 11, 2014
Little chink leaders are now arrested in Spain because of Tibet massacre LOL

See for yourself, you little chink trolls!

Abe you call "Asian Hitler" is NOT arrested in the world, and what about your leaders???

Keep barking ching, chong, chang, little chink keyboard warriors LOL
AAA

UK

#26 Feb 11, 2014
Ainu wrote:
Little chink leaders are now arrested in Spain because of Tibet massacre LOL
See for yourself, you little chink trolls!
Abe you call "Asian Hitler" is NOT arrested in the world, and what about your leaders???
Keep barking ching, chong, chang, little chink keyboard warriors LOL
Wow, who got arrested in Spain? I love the tapas there and tasty women and gorgeous beaches.
AAA

Shrewsbury, UK

#27 Feb 11, 2014
Switches wrote:
@AAA
Sorry for the late response, AAA. I meant the CCP's revolution when I talked about China's atrocities.
Apart from that, weren't China's crimes external as well? For example, they tried to extend their kingdom into places like Mongolia or parts of the Middle East, no? And hey, even India? Or am I misunderstanding something?
Yeah, that Mao's cultural revolution and great leap forward were policy fcukup, internal affairs,

External? Well this is a complex question, because there are elements of time/history, race and entity involved.

When you say China invaded others, you have to ask in which era and who was this "China" who invade others. Is it Han China or mongol china or manchu China and so on? Throughout China's history, the most prominent Han controlled China were Han, Song and Ming dynasties, the rest were by peripheral tribes like Yuan - Mongol, Qing - Manchuria. Even the mighty Tang dynasty was considered to be of north western tribes, Before Qin dynasty, China was made up of many kingdoms but swear allegiance to a King, i.e period of Xia-Shang-Zhou, in which Korea is just one peripheral kingdom and no Japan (still have to wait for Xufu of Qin to sail over from Korea) yet.

So with more than 5000 years of history, China's map does of course changed. When Mongols attacked Middle East and Europe, do you consider it as a mongol invasion or China's Yuan invasion? Afterall Mongol invaded Song dynasty China to establish Yuan dynasty which is the core of the whole mongol empire around 13th century. Subsequently Ming dynasty led by Yongle emperor invaded Mongol tribes in late 14th century. Also during Muchu Qing dynasty, Mongolia along with Tibet was also part of Qing dynasty. Xinjiang was occupied by several dynasties of China, starting from Han in around 200BC to establish the silk route, but then Xinjiang was not exactly a state, just wondering nomads scattering around.

If you look at the whole history, it was usually the Han clan who were busy building defensive structure like the great wall of china to fence off northern tribes. Other dynasties under non-Han tribes were usually the more aggressive ones. During 15th Ming dynasty led by Han clan, China has the biggest navy fleet in the world with Zheng He in command, but that chap went around the world trying to establish trade relations instead of occupying others like what the Europeans did. Also if you look at Japan's history, they were historically pirates also know as wokou, terrorising and plundering coastal area of China and Korea since Ming dynasty to fcuking WWII.

OK fast forward to modern 21st century with China-India border, or indeed India Nepal border.
If you want to understand how Indians invade others, just see the way they queue up. Today there are serious border encroachment by India into Nepal, causing thousands of Nepalese to flee their homeland. This is usually India's slow approach to annexing a country, like the way they stick behind your arse in a queue, not careful they will jump queue. In fact countries have been annex into India federal state in such manner before and the next will be Nepal. Certain faction of Nepal turn to China to counter the advance of India. China of course have their own border dispute with India, it sometimes use Pakistan as pivot to deal with India. In fact each time China won a battle with India, it actually retreated again to form a defensive line, but this will continue for a long time to come. The history was just too complicated and you can blame the British for it.
AAA

Shrewsbury, UK

#28 Feb 11, 2014
Gengis khan wrote:
Switches, you are 100% correct. The evil Nazi commie regime has for the last 60 yrs been stealing though deceit and murder, other countries land and property.
In Taiwan they are hated like a creeping cancer. Our current President ( the lame horse) because of his china friendly policies, now has a 8% popularity rating. This I think must be the lowest of any countries leader in all the world.
anyway, happy new year
Gengis Khan agree with you....if DPP has a better China policy I too will turn green. Unfortunately they don't and the last DPP president Chen shui Bian actually betrayed the trust of the Taiwanese people. I prefer Ma's moderate China approach, but he is just too weak against others like the Japs and Filipinos. Sadly today, I see no credible next generation leadership in Taiwan.
Ainu

Osaka, Japan

#29 Feb 12, 2014
ching, chong, chang...chinks are always noisy as hell LOL

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