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Thursday, September 20, 2001, updated at 08:37(GMT+8)

Commemorate the September 18th Incident
Never Forget National Humiliation
Japanese Younger Generations Urged to Better Understand History

The younger generation in Japan should understand what happened in history, said Yazaki Mitsuharu, whose father was among the Japanese troops and invaded China some 70 years ago.

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Japanese Younger Generations Urged to Better Understand History
The younger generation in Japan should understand what happened in history, said Yazaki Mitsuharu, whose father was among the Japanese troops and invaded China some 70 years ago.

NE China's Exhibition on Japanese Invasion
Wang Ruoqing, an 80-year-old man in northeast China's Liaoning Province, has been holding a series of exhibitions featuring crimes committed by Japanese invasion troops during the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression from July 1937 to August 1945.

Activities to Mark Outbreak of Anti-Japanese War Held Nationwide
Loud air-defense sirens came on simultaneously Tuesday night, at 21:18, and lasted for three minutes in Harbin, Changchun and Shenyang cities in northeast China, to mark the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War (1931-45) 70 years ago.

Cross-Straits Symposium in Commemoration of "September 18 Incident"
More than 150 people from China's mainland, Taiwan and the United States gathered in Shenyang Tuesday morning to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the "September 18 Incident."

Sept. 18 Incident Witness Recalls History
Though he was only three years old 70 years ago, Hu Guangwen can still remember it clearly: the September 18 Incident.

Beijing Gathering Marking Japanese Invasion Day
A series of commemorative activities were held Tuesday in the Chinese capital to remind people of the day the Japanese army invaded China in 1931.

Photo Album about Japanese Invasion Found in Northeast China
A photo album, which records Japan's invasion of China in the 1930s, has been found in Liaoyang City in northeast China's Liaoning Province.

Japanese Invasion Day of Northeast China Remembered
A meeting on the theme " never forget Japanese Invasion Day" was hosted Tuesday in Shenyang, northeast China's Liaoning Province.

Interview: Japanese Senator Vows to Promote Japan-China Friendship
Morimoto Koji, a senator of Japan's House of Councilors who is visiting this capital of Jilin Province, northeast China, has vowed to be an "ambassador of peac " in the promotion of Japan-China friendship.

Keeping History Firmly in Mind, Fighting Against Aggression
This article, written by Ding Jiaqi to mark the 70th anniversary of the "September 18" Incident, focuses on the following three points. Excerpts of this article are given below:

"September 18 Incident", a Historical Fact Not to be Distorted
The "September 18 Incident" is a long premeditated invasion of China staged by Japanese Imperialist forces, a prelude of the occupation of the northeast China and a provocation of an all-round aggressive war against China. This is an undeniable historical fact which has been written into the history of mankind and is not allowed to be distorted, according to Yan Zheng, a historian present at an "International Forum Commemorating the 70th Anniversary of the 'September 18 Incident'" held in Beijing on September 16.

Scholars From Both Sides of Taiwan Straits to Discuss Japanese Invasion
Scholars from the two sides of the Taiwan Straits are scheduled to attend a seminar on the Japanese invasion to be held in Shenyang from September 18 to 22.

FM Spokesman on 70th Anniversary of "September 18 Incident"
China will always keep in mind the blood-stained history of the "September 18 Incident" and never allow such a tragedy to happen again, a spokesman for the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Tuesday.

Exhibition on Japanese Invasion Opens
An exhibition reminding people of the Japanese invasion of China's northeast provinces on September 18, 1931, opened Wednesday in Shenyang, this capital of northeast Liaoning Province.

Liaoning Holds Series of Activities to Mark Japanese Invasion Incident
Liaoning Province in northeast China held a series of activities Sunday to remember the Japanese invasion incident of northeast China on September 18 in 1931.

Commentary: 'National Consciousness' Viewed from Japanese PM's Shrine Visit
Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi's insistence on visiting the Yasukuni Shrine on August 13 because he was backed by the right-wing forces that can influence Japan's politics, it was also because the right-wing forces, under the pretext of safeguarding "national consciousness" and "national feeling", act to deny Japan's aggressive war crimes, so they are quite deceptive to the Japanese public.

Commentary: Ironclad Evidence Brooks No Denial
Fifty-six years have passed since the victory of the Chinese people's War of Resistance against Japan. As one of the two major hotbeds of World War II, Japan committed towering crimes in the war, bringing untold sufferings to the Chinese people and inflicting on China a heavy casualty of 35 million soldiers and civilians and an economic loss of US$600 billion.

NE China Commemorates Victory in Anti-Japanese War
Scholars from northeast China's Liaoning Province gathered at the September 18 Museum Wednesday in Shenyang to commemorate the victory over the Japanese aggressors 56 years ago.

Exhibition to Show Japan's War Crimes
Two Chinese collectors are to stage an exhibition on Japan's invasion of China in Oakland, California, in September.

Five Hundred Thousand Visit Japanese Invasion Museum in NE China
Over 500,000 people have paid visits to the September 18 Museum in Shenyang, which records Japan's invasion of China in the 1930s, since September 18, 1999.

 Japanese aggressors launched "September 18" incident
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