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Japan Inc. arrives in Beijing

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe arrived in Beijing today for a three-day state visit. On Tuesday, I called the visit…

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State media plays down Abe’s visit, plays up reform

Xinhua News Agency features a few stories about Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to Beijing on its English and Chinese websites, but…

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Shinzo Abe in Beijing: The most significant China-related event this fall?

In the last decade, the nadir of relations between China and Japan was August and September 2012, when anti-Japanese demonstrations in…

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Kuora: Chinese culture’s diffusion to Japan and Korea

This week’s column comes from one of Kaiser’s answers originally posted to Quora on March 19, 2018: Why were Korea and…

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Japan’s World Cup win was “Asia’s victory,” says Chinese newspaper

Japan made history on Tuesday when it defeated Colombia 2-1 in Saransk, Russia, becoming the first Asian team to ever…

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Are better China-Japan relations on the horizon?

On May 9, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang met with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe during a three-day diplomatic visit…

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Who are Jingri? The Chinese who consider themselves Japanese, spiritually

There is a group of people in China who, despite their unquestionable Chinese national and ethnic heritage, identify themselves and…

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Tokyo murderer sentenced to 20 years in prison

Chen Shifeng 陈世峰, who fatally stabbed Jiang Ge 江歌, a 24-year-old Chinese student from Qingdao, Shandong Province, on November 3,…

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Nationalism in Russia and China

Charles Clover and Jude Blanchette compare what “love of country” means in China, Russia, and the world.

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Exclusive: China’s Anbang may buy $2.3 billion in Japanese property from Blackstone

The property deal would be the largest for Japan since the global financial crisis and would represent Chinese insurance conglomerate…

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News roundup: How complicated are U.S.-China relations about to get?

Top China news for November 10, 2016. Get this daily digest delivered to your inbox by signing up at supchina.com/subscribe.

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