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Japan should blame Ishihara for loss in China

(People's Daily Online)

08:15, November 19, 2012

Ishihara has staged the farces of “purchasing” and “landing on” the Diaoyu Islands in cooperation with Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda since April, so Noda is also to blame for the loss Japanese companies have suffered.

By claiming compensation from China, the Japanese government is shirking its responsibility for affected Japanese companies and the country’s economic woes.

After the occurrence of anti-Japanese protests, the Chinese government and media have repeatedly called on the protesters to express their patriotism in a rational manner, and related Chinese government agencies have helped affected Japanese companies in China resume production quickly.

At the same time, certain Japanese right-wingers had thrown smoke tubes into Chinese embassies and consulates in Japan, and damaged Chinese-run restaurants and schools in the country to various degrees. By Japan’s logic, should the Chinese government also ask Japan for compensation?

Read the Chinese version: 日本想对华索赔?请找石原; Source: Global Times; Author: Jiang Feng

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