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Essay | Anti-Japanese Demonstration in China

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Anti-Japanese Demonstration in China

Summary: Details and analyzes recent demonstrations in China against Japan. Explores the relationship between the two Asian nations. Describes the role of the United States in alleviating the tension.
On a Saturday afternoon, About 3,000 demonstrators gathered near the Japanese Consulate in Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong Province, in southern China. When at first the demonstration was government-approved, demonstrators become violent, yelling anti-Japanese slurs, throwing bottles and rocks at Japanese restaurants and car brands, defaced billboards for Japanese products and all the while burning Japanese flags as the went. Attempting to reach the Japanese consulate, police officers blocked protesters from reaching it, however, they did little to stop the protesters from damaging everything else they could get their hands on. The following Sunday 10,000 protesters surrounded the Japanese-managed Jusco Supermarket in Shenzen, chanting, "Boycott Japanese goods!" The weekend's demonstration were the largest gathering of protesters in China since 1999 when demonstrators surrounded the U.S. Embassy protesting the bombing of the Chinese Embassy in Belgrade. Having recently denounced the Japanese government for the production of history textbooks that...

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