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New Chinese definition of Japanese invasion

发表于 2017-1-10 12:54:59 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
No longer China is treating the invasion and resistance as 8 Years War.

It is now reclassified as 14 years War, starting from 1931 9 18 九一八事變 as  the start date, ending in 1945.   The Chinese text books will be changed accordingly.

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 楼主| 发表于 2017-1-11 11:04:25 | 显示全部楼层


1931年9月19日,攻占渖阳北攘门的关东军居高临下,向渖阳射击 (网上图片)



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发表于 2017-1-22 05:40:10 | 显示全部楼层
I will even move it further back to the first Sino-Japanese War, between Ching Dynasty and Japan.  After which, Japan took Ryu Kyu Islands (the Japs call it Okinawa) and became colonial master of Korea!
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 楼主| 发表于 2017-1-22 07:07:17 | 显示全部楼层
If you want to go way back,  Japanese is descendants of Chinese, at least you can see from the language that even I can understand without their own creation of funny characters.  A bank is a bank for China.
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发表于 2017-1-23 04:23:40 | 显示全部楼层
babyme 发表于 2017-1-22 07:07
If you want to go way back,  Japanese is descendants of Chinese, at least you can see from the  ...

I won't go that far as to say that Japanese are descendants of Chinese although there might some DNA in some individuals.

(Korea will have a stronger DNA linkage than Japan which is separated from the Asian continent by Pacific.)

Let me explain,  when China was culturally light years ahead of the neighbouring territories, the residents of these territories were probably still running around with no pants on, particularly in S. E. Asia.  That is why China, in Chinese language is the "middle kingdom" - i.e. centre of the world, the rest of the world were just "peripherals".

The privileged class of the neighbouring territories considered it an honour/status symbol to be able to read and write perfect Chinese.  That is why there were a lot of Chinese words being used for names of places and persons even up to this day.

Starting in 1950, both Japan and Korea were making a conscious effort to move away from using Chinese words for place and person names.  So, these days we don't see too many Chinese words being used in Japan and in particular, Korea.
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发表于 2017-1-26 17:27:31 | 显示全部楼层
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