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Conforming to the Chinese government’s advisory over boycotting APA Hotel, Japanese organizers of the Asian Winter Games are currently moving Chinese athletes to other accommodations within Sapporo.
Chinese Athletes Change Accommodations for 8th Asian Winter Games Due to Nanjing Massacre Book Controversy

People pay their respects at the Memorial Hall of the Victims in the Nanjing Massacre on Dec. 13, 2007 in Nanjing of Jiangsu Province, China.
Nagoya Mayor Should 'Kneel and Apologize' for Nanjing Massacre, Says China’s Foreign Ministry

APA's chain hotel is pictured in Tokyo, Japan.
Japanese Hotel Chain Stirs Outrage as It Refuses to Withdraw Books from Its Guest Rooms

Black and white and hints of red: This altered wartime photo shows a glimpse of what transpired during the Nanjing Massacre in the late ‘30s in China. It appears at the back of a hoodie.
Fashionably Insane? Nordstrom’s Sold-out Hoodie Shows Nanjing Massacre Photo

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Photos like these depict the atrocities of Japanese soldiers during the 1937 Nanjing Massacre.
Second National Memorial Day Commemorating Nanjing Massacre Held

Christian Poirot pays homage to the Nanjing Massacre with his painting,
French Artist's 'Deliverance' Painting Donated to Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall

Improving Sino-Japanese ties are attributed to be a result of high-level political dialogues between President Xi Jinping and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe as well as other senior officials.
Sino-Japanese Ties Continue to Improve, Says Survey

Relations between China and Japan have shown signs of progress when the two countries sent their respective representatives to high-level meetings.
Back on Track? Japan Pursues Meeting with China

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