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Chinese military authorities have detained a Japanese man for alleged espionage.
China Arrests and Detains Japanese Man for Alleged Spying

New Japanese ambassador to China Yutaka Yokoi
New Japanese Ambassador to China Faces a Tough Job

A navy officer of the Japan Maritime Self Defence Force stands in front of a P3 Orion at RAAF base Pearce in Perth, Australia, on April 4, 2014.
Japan ‘Must Not Flare Up Tensions,’ Warns Chinese Ambassador

Tourists dressed in traditional Japanese outfits pose for photographs in front of the Kiyomizu Temple in Kyoto, Japan, on Sept. 7, 2015.
Japan’s Tourism Industry Gets Boost from Chinese Companies

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Demonstrators hold an anti-Japanese protest outside the Japanese Embassy on Sept. 15, 2012 in Beijing, China. China is set to resume talks with Japan and South Korea for the first time in three years.
China, Japan, South Korea to Resume Trilateral Talks

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.
Thaw in China-Japan Relations on the Horizon

While in Japan, Chinese customers bought specialty goods such as luxury items, facial masks, household items, and even toilet seats.
Japan Named Top Destination Among Golden Week Vacationers

Prior to its identification, the shipwreck was nicknamed “Dandong No. 1.”
Over 100 Relics Recovered from the Zhiyuan Shipwreck

Hua Chunying, a spokesperson for the Chinese Foreign Ministry, answers media queries in a daily briefing.
Chinese Foreign Ministry Restructures Japan Office

Demonstrators hold Chinese flags and banners beside an overturned car of a Japanese brand during a protest in Xi'an, Shaanxi Province, in this Sept. 15, 2012 file photo.
Over Half of Chinese Dislike Japan: Survey

President Xi Jinping invited Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for the military parade in Beijing.
Japanese PM Invited to Participate in 70th Anniversary of WWII

The People's Liberation Army has achieved breakthroughs for China's laser weapon technology.
New Data Sheds Light on China’s Role in World War II

Patriotism has been a popular theme for TV dramas, though some producers use it to cover other genre such as sex and violence.
Historical Inaccuracies and Controversy Surround Anti-Japanese Dramas such as 'Yiqi Da Guizi'

China declares Sept. 3, 2015 as a national holiday to give way for the 70th-year anniversary of World War II's conclusion.
China Marks Sept. 3 as a National Holiday Commemorating WWII’s End

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