Do USA and Japan over-react to the newly announced Air Defense Identification Zone of China; Check the map: ADIZ of China VS that of Japan

ADIZ,Air Defense Identification Zone

As US and Japan express concern over the recently announced Air Defense Identification Zone of China which includes the Diaoyu/Sinkaku Islands and part of the East China Sea, Chinese netizens are applauding the move.... Read More

Taiwan | Nov 26, 2013 AM | Related China Pictures:ADIZ

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Yasukuni Shrine toilet

Restaurant in Hefei names toilet 'Yasukuni Shrine', sparking debate among Chinese netizens

A restaurant in Heifei in Anhui province has sparked debate among Chinese online population after it was revealed that the owner of the small restaurant names its toilet as Yasukuni Shrine. Read More

Chinese Society | Apr 13, 2013 AM | Related:Yasukuni Shrine toilet

Anti Japanese sentiment

'Japanese, Filipinos, Vietnamese and dogs forbidden here'; Beijing restaurant's nationalistic statement draws criticism in China

'We do not serve Japanese, Filipinos, Vietnamese and dogs '; A restaurant in Houhai Park in central Beijing puts up banner full of nationalistic statement that has drawn criticism in China with some Chinese netizen call the action of the restaurant owner as psychic masturbation. Read More

Chinese Society | Feb 27, 2013 AM | Related:Anti Japanese sentiment

Anti Japan protests

Anti-Japan protests over disputed Diaoyu islands spread across tens of China's cities

Anti-Japan protests over its control of disputed Diaoyu islands (Sinkaku) spread across tens of cities in China Sunday, with protesters chanting patriotic slogans, calling to boycott Japanese goods, burning Japanese flags, clashing with Chinese riot police, overturning Japanese cars, smashing Japanese stores. Read More

Chinese Society | Sep 17, 2012 AM | Related:Anti Japan protests

Rational patriotism

Bikini girls placing dagger in between their legs called for rational patriotism in Shenzhen

On August 21, two bikini girls and one guy each placed a dagger in between their legs as as a metaphor for fighting against Japan. Through the action art performance, the organizer aimed to call Chinese to love China rationally like them. Read More

Chinese Society | Aug 22, 2012 AM | Related:Rational patriotism

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