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Studio interview: Day to honor victims killed by Japanese aggressors


12-13-2016 10:07 BJT

Q1: China's lawmakers approved December 13th as the National Memorial Day for Nanjing Massacre victims. To remember the victims had become a social convention long before 2014. So what's the point of making the day official?
Q2: How do you view the atrocities committed by Japanese troops in Asian countries against the general backdrop of what happened during World War Two?

Q3: Over the years, China has released lots of historic files and documents related to the war. What do you think about this? And what's the significance?

Q4: What China can learn from the history of suffering during the war?

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