Anti-Japanese protests erupted again in dozens of cities in China

Tensions around a disputed islands between Japan and China on Tuesday to upgrade. 11 patrol boats to the Senkaku islands (Senkaku) embarked on the anti-Japanese protests in China over the spread.

In Beijing, thousands of people held a demonstration outside the Japanese Embassy to commemorate the 81 anniversary of the “September 18 Incident” of the Japanese invasion of China’s northeast. Dozens of other cities (including Shanghai, Chengdu and Shenzhen) renewed outbreak of protests, prompting the Japanese-funded enterprises to suspend operations.

This heats up the dispute has led to the relationship between the world’s second largest and third largest economies, fall into one of the most serious crisis since 40 years ago, the two countries since the establishment of diplomatic relations.プラダ 財布

In recent months, rising tensions in the two major Asian countries around the disputed Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea. Japan controlled these islands, but China and Taiwan claim sovereignty over the islands, the Chinese call the Diaoyu Islands. Bought three of islands in the Japanese the central government from the hands of private owners of the country in the past week there has been a wave of anti-Japanese protests.

Many protesters called for a boycott of Japanese goods, some of which are distributed column list of 40 brands, including food and beverage brands, Suntory (Suntory), Make Toyota (Toyota), and electronics brand Sony (Sony), people are being encouraged to boycott These brands.

Response measures, the Japanese-funded enterprises in China have to close up shop and suspend plant operations to avoid a shock target.

Fast Retailing (Fast Retailing) owns UNIQLO (Uniqlo) brand close business outlets in Beijing, another Japanese-funded enterprises owned dozens of 7-Eleven convenience stores shuttered.

Consumer Electronics Group, Canon (Canon) to suspend the operations of three factories through Wednesday. Sony said two of its seven factories stop production on Tuesday. Nintendo (Nintendo) suppliers Mitsumi Electric (Mitsumi Electric), said the suspension of manufacturing operations. Toyota, Honda (Honda) and Nissan (Nissan) also said the suspension of part of the factory’s production activities in China.

“This time China and Japan direct confrontation …… sparked beyond the previous reaction, professor at the Beijing Foreign Studies University (Beijing Foreign Studies University) Zhou Weihong.

Some of the demonstrators threw stones and water bottles at the Japanese Embassy in Beijing,. The protesters chanted “Diaoyu Islands are China’s” as well as “devils kneel. Urge the Chinese government to a group of people: “Swinger Tokyo, destroy Japan!”

Tokyo has called for China to ensure the safety of the citizens of Japan, “Japanese companies play an important role in the Chinese economy. According to the latest data of the Japanese government, about 141,000 Japanese living in China.

There are indications that Beijing does not want to protest upgrade to the out of control. In Beijing, police issued a warning through the big speakers, said: “Japan has violated the rights of China, it is natural to express your views …. However, we invite you to an orderly, law-abiding, sensible way to express their patriotism.”レイバン 偏光

Demonstrators in Shanghai, the number is less than blockade the Japanese Consulate road around the thousands of police officers, some of them police with shields and batons. In Chengdu, about 200 protesters chanted slogans in a Sino-Japanese War monument nearby, but far less than the number of police and armed police forces equipped with full riot gear.

Chinese Defense Minister Liang Guanglie said China “reserves the right to take further action”, but added that China hopes to use peaceful means and negotiations to solve the problem with the Chinese Foreign Ministry statement issued the same caliber.

Observers said that this wave of demonstrations is the most serious in recent years. “This time, the level of violence against the attacks of the Japanese-funded enterprises, it seems than in 2010 and 2005 after a visit to the Yasukuni Shrine, Junichiro Koizumi (Junichiro Koizumi) more serious.”

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