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Old March 25th, 2005, 09:38 AM   #1
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大家对近日的网民签名抗日有什么看法

如题,近来网上抗日风达到了高潮
想请问一下此论坛上对此事有什么看法
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Old March 25th, 2005, 07:34 PM   #2
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這是應該的,如果沒有才奇怪。
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Old March 26th, 2005, 12:26 AM   #3
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I strongly object to Japan's eligiblity for UNSC membership because Japan still beautifies its war crime and whitewashes its militarist history in Japanese textbook.

It is pity that Chinese government didn't take solemn stance by diplomatic or economic war to express objection against Japan over disputable Diaoyu islands and war history.

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Japan has 4 disputed territories located south, west and north of Japan.
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Old March 29th, 2005, 09:12 AM   #7
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the idea of resistance is reasonable
but the way they resist is not
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Old March 29th, 2005, 01:53 PM   #8
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我现在还搞不明白是谁决定日本或者其他国家能不能变成产常任理事国?
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我簽名了 大力支持
不能正視自己歷史的國家不應該成爲常任理事國
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Old April 3rd, 2005, 09:57 PM   #10
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中国要发展经济就需要日本,这是必然的。
只要完成了预定的经济发展目标,中国将会好好地和日本算算账,这也是必然的。
在这之前,一切不理智的冲动的行为都是愚蠢的自我宣泄。
不要做什么幼稚的蠢事,政府远比我们聪明沉着和有远见,不然我们都去中央工作了。
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Old April 4th, 2005, 01:54 AM   #11
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什么叫蠢事啊?人要有尊严的活着,国家也一样。签名表达自己看法也叫蠢事?当然我翻对一些过激的民族主义,比如向日本足球运动员投水瓶子,只能向国际说明中国人没有教养。08年奥运千万不要这样啊。
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Old April 5th, 2005, 03:34 AM   #12
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中国要发展经济就需要日本,这是必然的。
只要完成了预定的经济发展目标,中国将会好好地和日本算算账,这也是必然的。
在这之前,一切不理智的冲动的行为都是愚蠢的自我宣泄。
不要做什么幼稚的蠢事,政府远比我们聪明沉着和有远见,不然我们都去中央工作了。
中国的经济最主要的是要靠自己,发展民族工业才能真正振兴经济。如果中国的经济要靠日本的话,那日本更需要靠中国,一个庞大的消费和原材料市场。要知道孤立一个岛国要比它孤立一个大国更有意义。为了所谓的经济目标,而牺牲民族尊严的话,那这个国家不是日本的奴才是什么呢?50年后的钓鱼岛主权问题和侵华战争罪行比现在还要棘手。看看今天,别说那些幸存的受害者,和当年的慰安妇了,连留在中国的日本孤儿和当年参战的稀有的日本人都告不倒日本政府,那中国政府现在不应该站出来说话吗?
去中央工作的也未必都是什么贤人。政府有没有远见倒是另说,对保钓人士的粗暴干涉,置工人利益不顾,对民间反日的游行加以干涉,对爱国网站的封锁都是政府最可悲的做法。难不成再来个”攘外必先安内“呢?
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Old April 5th, 2005, 04:26 AM   #13
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日本在上月已對外宣告
將於2008年奥運会舉辦時
終止長達數十年對大陸每年巨額經援

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Old April 5th, 2005, 09:17 PM   #14
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我现在还搞不明白是谁决定日本或者其他国家能不能变成产常任理事国?
Japan needs at least two third (2/3) of the countries in UN to vote for her in order to become a permanent member of UNSC. If Japan could not get 2/3 of the votes, then Japan cannot become one. South Korea is working on convincing her allies to vote against Japan. I think China should also persuade her allies to vote against Japan.

NO to Japan. Until you apologize for your sin, NO. Until you say sorry for what you did to Korea, China and Southeast Asia, NO.
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Old April 7th, 2005, 07:00 AM   #15
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深圳味千稱非日資避衝擊 反日風潮下 掛橫額澄清
4月 7日 星期四 05:05 更新



【明報專訊】針對日本謀求成為聯合國常任理事國,深圳周日(3日)爆發數千人反日大遊行,部分日資企業更被搗亂,加上日本政府前天(5日)審批通過美化侵略史實的教科書,民間反日情緒更趨熾烈,深圳日資企業普遍感到壓力。深圳「味千拉麵」9間連鎖店前天起同時在大門口掛出橫額,上書「味千拉麵, 100%港資,同族同胞,一樣愛國」字樣,藉以澄清身分,避免成為衝擊對象。該公司負責人表示,反日事件令公司蒙受損失,掛出橫額旨在自我保護,一兩日內就會除下。



昨日中午,本報記者在深圳華強北「味千拉麵」門外看到,在向街的玻璃上掛出醒目的紅底白字橫額,寫有上述字句,吸引途人駐足觀望。雖然是午飯時間,但店內顧客不多。

屬港資加盟店

該店一名服務員說,周日上午有很多遊行人士在店門前抗議,值班經理連忙出來解釋,深圳「味千拉麵」不是日本人開的,是香港公司開的加盟店,該公司也有許多員工在橫額上簽名,反對日本加入聯合國常任理事國。經過多番勸說,遊行隊伍才離開。

記者昨日採訪得知,味千拉麵深圳公司老闆是香港人,當中並無日本資金,這次掛橫額行動由該公司營運部提出。至於引起質疑的味千拉麵日文招牌,味千拉麵深圳總公司景經理對記者表示,目前在大陸已有40多家分店,其中深圳9家約300多名員工,因公司屬連鎖性質,故不能改動原有商標。他又透露,日前的遊行影響了正常營業,公司有一定損失,但他們理解市民的情緒,其實他和一般民眾的情感也一樣。

理解市民情緒

味千的服務員則說,味千拉麵是連鎖式經營,除了在香港、台灣及日本受歡迎外,近年在大陸也頗受歡迎﹔招牌上的日文標誌是讓日本消費者容易接受,招牌一經確認,全亞洲連鎖店都如此﹔有日文標誌並不一定就是日資餐廳。

目前深圳市民對含有日本字樣的商品或商場仍持抵制態度,許多人表示當前日本對中國太不友好,因此暫時不會購買含有日本字樣的商品。

另外,在內地擁有近千家會員的中國連鎖經營協會本月1日在網站刊出抵制日貨倡議書,呼籲會員把日貨全部下架。倡議書表示,此舉是為了表明中國企業的態度,「任何有愛國精神、有良知的中國消費者也都會理解和支持我們的行動」。

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Old April 8th, 2005, 09:42 AM   #16
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Japan warns nationals in Beijing of big anti-Japanese rally



Japan has warned its nationals to stay away from a major anti-Japanese rally planned in Beijing as tension rises between the Asian neighbors.

"According to Internet information here ... 10,000-20,000 people will rally against Japan and Japanese products" in Zhongguancun, the high-tech neighborhood of Beijing, the Japanese embassy in China said.

"Please behave cautiously and stay away from anti-Japanese rallies or protest if you witness one," the embassy said, while urging Japanese nationals to be "careful not to be involved in unnecessary trouble."

Japan ignited a new row with China on Tuesday by authorizing for school use a nationalist-written history textbook that Beijing says glosses over Japanese wartime atrocities.

China's foreign ministry called in Japan's envoy to Beijing to express its "indignation" at the approval of the textbooks and a retail association called a boycott of a series of Japanese products.

But Japan has hit back at China, saying Beijing was whipping up anti-Japanese sentiment.

The Asian neighbors have increasingly been at loggerheads over memories of Japan's bloody occupation of China and a dispute over scarce energy resources.

At the same time, however, trade has been skyrocketing with China overtaking the United States as Japan's top commercial partner in 2004 as Japanese firms eye China's vast labor poll and emerging consumer market.

The foreign ministry reported April 1 that the number of Japanese people living in China shot up by 28.5 percent year-on-year, with Shanghai now having the third biggest Japanese expatriate population following New York and Los Angeles.
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Thousands gather in Beijing to demonstrate against Japan



Thousands of demonstrators carrying Chinese flags and anti-Japanese banners marched through Beijing in a nationalistic protest over Japan's handling of its wartime past and Tokyo's bid for a permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council.

Up to 10,000 protesters brought traffic to a standstill in the capital's Haidian district, and sometimes clashed with police as they marched around historic Beijing University and then headed into the heart of the city toward the Japanese Embassy.

"Down with Japan," "Boycott Japanese Goods," and "Oppose a permanent seat for Japan on the UN Security Council," they shouted.

"I am Chinese, I love China," Zhang Daili, a software engineer and a recent graduate of Beijing University, told AFP. "This is a patriotic rally, if you are a patriot then you must oppose Japan."

Protesters said at least 20,000 demonstrators had amassed for the rally after organizers spread word of the march on Internet bulletin boards.

Police refused to comment on the numbers or whether or not the march had been approved by the city, as required by law.

But except for some brief scuffles apparently to clear traffic, police seemed eager to accommodate protestors by redirecting traffic where possible and by blocking cars from entering the march route.

The police presence at the Japanese Embassy was strong, with members of the People's Armed Police in green uniforms and full riot gear encircling the embassy while regular Beijing police blocked off the road in front of the compound.

Small numbers of protesters began arriving at the embassy by mid-afternoon, while police monitored thousands of protesters along the nearly 15 kilometer (nine mile) route from Beijing University to the embassy.

"Japan has no right to a permanent seat on the UN Security Council," another protester Han Ming told AFP.

"It would be an insult to the world and to the UN if a country that refuses to recognize history is allowed a permanent seat."

Many of the protesters, most in their 30s or younger, said they were well aware of Beijing University's history of sparking nationwide protests, including the 1989 Tiananmen Square democracy protests.

"Japan has forgot the past of its brutal invasion and has insulted China," said Xu Lian, a worker in Haidian.

"We will call for continued protests nationwide up until August and the 60th anniversary of the end of the war against Japan."

On Friday, Japan's embassy in Beijing issued a warning to Japanese nationals living in China to avoid the protests and to take precautionary measures to ensure personal safety.

"Please behave cautiously and stay away from anti-Japanese rallies or protest if you witness one," the embassy said, urging nationals to be "careful not to be involved in unnecessary trouble."

Japan ignited a fresh row with China on Tuesday by authorizing for school use a nationalist-written history textbook that Beijing says glosses over Japanese wartime atrocities.

China's foreign ministry summoned Japan's envoy to Beijing to express its "indignation" at the approval of the textbooks. But Tokyo has hit back, saying Beijing was deliberately whipping up anti-Japanese sentiment.

The Asian neighbors have increasingly been at loggerheads over Japan's bloody World War II occupation of China and a dispute over scarce energy resources.

Smaller rallies have erupted throughout China over Japan's efforts to secure a permanent UN Security Council seat. Demonstrators have smashed the windows of Japanese businesses and demanded a boycott of Japanese goods.

According to the Japanese foreign ministry the number of Japanese people living in China has soared in recent years, with Shanghai now having the third biggest Japanese expatriate population following New York and Los Angeles.

Bilateral trade has also skyrocketed with China overtaking the United States as Japan's top commercial partner in 2004, as Japanese firms eye China's vast labor pool and emerging consumer market.
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Japan calls China anti-Japanese rally 'extremely regrettable'



Japan called an anti-Japanese rally in Beijing that broke windows at its embassy "extremely regrettable" and called on China to ensure Japanese residents' safety amid rising tension between the countries.

Japanese Vice Foreign Minister Shotaro Yachi on Saturday expressed the government's regrets to a Chinese diplomat in Tokyo, Cheng Yonghua, who said he would forward the message to Beijing, a foreign ministry statement said.

Yachi said that demonstrators pelted the embassy in Beijing with bottles and stones, breaking the window glass.

"It is extremely regrettable that this kind of damage was done to our country's embassy," Yachi, the top bureaucrat in the foreign ministry, told Cheng, according to the statement.

Protesters pelted the embassy with bottles and cans, hurled rocks into the windows of a Japanese restaurant and ran amok in front of the Japanese ambassador's residence.

Up to 10,000 people initially joined the demonstration, called to protest Japan's treatment of its wartime past and its bid for a permanent seat on the UN Security Council.

"We strongly call on (China) to take appropriate measures urgently to secure the safety of the embassy while keeping thorough guard on our other diplomatic missions in China to prevent a recurrence," he said.

"We also renew our strong request that (China) take thorough guard and other necessary measures to ensure the safety of Japanese nationals and normal operations of Japanese companies," he said.

The police deployed a heavy presence throughout Beijing during the demonstration. There were minor scuffles with protesters in an apparent attempt to keep traffic going, but there were no overt attempts to stop the march.

Japan ignited a fresh row with China on Tuesday by authorizing for school use a nationalist-written history textbook that Beijing says glosses over Japanese wartime atrocities.

The Asian neighbors have increasingly been at loggerheads over Japan's bloody World War II occupation of China and a dispute over scarce energy resources.

At the same time, trade has skyrocketed. China overtakook the United States as Japan's top commercial partner in 2004 as firms eye China's vast labor pool and emerging middle-class consumer market.

The foreign ministry reported April 1 that the number of Japanese people living in China shot up by 28.5 percent year-on-year in 2004, with Shanghai now having the third biggest Japanese expatriate population following New York and Los Angeles.
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Tokyo summons Chinese ambassador over anti-Japan rally



Japanese Foreign Minister Nobutaka Machimura summoned China's ambassador to Japan to lodge an official protest after a violent anti-Japanese rally that drew up to 10,000 people in Beijing.

Ambassador Wang Yi emerged after 30 minutes of talks at the ministry to say that Beijing did not condone the protests, in which angry Chinese threw rocks, bottles and eggs at the Japanese embassy there.

"The (Chinese) government does not agree with extreme action," Wang told reporters.

The demonstrators joined the march on Saturday to protest Japan's treatment of its wartime past in a history textbook and its bid for a permanent seat on the UN Security Council amid mounting tension between the countries.

The rowdy protest received front-page coverage in Japan's five major newspapers Sunday with the business daily Nihon Keizai Shimbun calling on China to exercise "self-restraint" following the rally.

The Asian neighbors have increasingly been at loggerheads over Japan's bloody World War II occupation of China and a dispute over scarce energy resources.
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