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Former Chinese Vice Premier Gu Mu honored by Japan
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08:20, April 30, 2008

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Former Chinese Vice Premier Gu Mu was awarded by the Japanese Cabinet Office Tuesday with the "Honor of the Rising Sun," a commendation to domestic and foreign dignitaries.

Gu, 94, who served as China's vice premier in the 1970s, was awarded for his contribution to developing the Japan-China friendship and strengthening bilateral ties, the office said in its press release.

The Japanese government confers awards annually on April 29 and Nov. 3 to Japanese and foreign dignitaries who have made a great contribution to promoting friendly relations with Japan.

The events are called "honor-conferrings in spring and autumn."

Fifty-one foreigners from 26 countries and regions were awarded this spring.

Source: Xinhua

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