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Chinese to salvage Flying Tigers plane

A salvage team on Thursday started to retrieve an airplane sunk under a lake in southwest China’s Yunnan Province that was flown by the Flying Tigers during World War II.…

Chinese gov’t highlights lack of heritage protection

Chinese authorities singled out eight cities and towns on Monday for their failure to properly preserve historically and culturally significant heritage. The Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development and the…

Three of Hunan’s Famous Relics Included in World Cultural Heritage Tentative List

The work conference on application of world cultural heritage of Hunan Province was held in Changsha on the morning of December 17. Laosi Town, regional defense system in Fenghuang and…

Ma urges justice for WWII comfort women

Taiwan leader Ma Ying-jeou said Dec. 9 that the government will do its best to help Taiwan’s former comfort women preserve relevant historical evidence in their fight for compensation from…

Chongqing to build treaty port culture block on Nanbin Road

Chongqing to build treaty port culture block on Nanbin Road

The Administration of Chongqing’s Nanbin Road unveiled on December 5 that Chongqing plans to build the treaty port culture block on Nanbin Road. As the first renovated building in the…

China urges Japan to face up to history

China urges Japan to face up to history

Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Zhang Zhijun on Friday urged Japan to face up to its history and sincerely correct its mistakes. “If Japan cannot face up to history, cannot examine…

Japan’s theft of Diaoyu Islands tramples on anti-fascist victory

Japan’s theft of Diaoyu Islands tramples on anti-fascist victory

Japan’s “purchase” and “nationalization” of the Diaoyu Islands makes a mockery of the World War II victory and the following arrangements for Japan set out in the Cairo Declaration and…

WW2 bombing victims in Chongqing sue Japan

WW2 bombing victims in Chongqing sue Japan

Victims of a series of bombings of southwest Chinese city Chongqing during World War Two are seeking compensation from the Japanese government, more than seven decades after an atrocity that…

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