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Wednesday, April 20, 2005

According to Chinese media, Japan apologized for what Japan did during the Second World War. So what’s the deal? Isn’t this whole protest thing over? Or is it still happening because the people there don’t trust their media and the government? Probably latter is true. Chinese government is really good at filtering information on the Internet. Sometimes I think they should sell the system because I think it is so good and working. It definitely has a business profit or something.

Anyway, this whole thing is not doing anything good for Japan or China or even Korea, which is also protesting against Japan. Yes, Japanese history texts suck, but Chinese text books are even worse. Thus, why don’t we stop yelling at each other because nothing good comes out of this.

Chinese radical development is depended by Japan, and Japanese economy is also depended on Chinese development. What if Chinese could possibly stop buying Japanese products? Who’s going to suffer? Only Japanese? I doubt it.

Check how Chinese government is successful on filtering information at here:
http://www.opennetinitiative.net/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=49

Check how Chinese history texts hide what and emphasize on what at here:
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A61708-2005Apr17.html

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