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Japan must take Chinese people’s feeling seriously (2)

(People's Daily Online)

07:51, August 31, 2012

The folk emotional expression of China does not mean that Chinese people are unruly and combative. The Japanese authority must bear the inescapable responsibility on the intensified Diaoyu Islands issue.

Since 2012, Japan has been getting up to little tricks, including inspecting its Maritime Safety Agency and "nationalizing" and "purchasing" the Diaoyu Islands, to challenge the bottom line of China and stimulate the feelings of Chinese people. Therefore, Japanese authority should realize the problem behind the anger of Chinese people.

Japan should immediately stop the actions undermining China's territory and sovereignty and return to the right track of resolving problems through dialogues and consultations to maintain the overall situation of China-Japan relations.

Chinese people should also take into consideration the overall situation and return to rational emotional expression, turning their strong patriotic fervor into normal actions of strengthening their country. Defending the Diaoyu Islands needs mutual understanding, trust and joint efforts of both the government and the people.

Read the Chinese version: 日本需正视中国民间的情绪表达, source: People's Daily Online , author: Zhang Yuke

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