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Chinese leaders mark anti-Japanese war victory day

Chinese leaders on Wednesday attended a ceremony to mark the 69th anniversary of the Victory Day in the Anti-Japanese War, the first time since the legislature ratified official observance of the day.  

-Tokyo lost the war, and must accept defeat
-Anti-Japan war documentary depicts defense of revolutionary base
-China contributes greatly in World Anti-Facist War

Nation lays down plan for cross-border rail lines

China is negotiating with the governments of Mongolia, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Pakistan to build three connective railroads to improve regional trade on the Silk Road economic belt.

-Chinese firm eyes Indian rail projects

Extremists risk dragging Hong Kong into chaos

The opposition camp plays a certain role, but they are narrow-minded. They lack political understanding and judgment, as well as the spirit of compromise.

CPC steams up Party construction to contain corruption

As the central authorities continue waging a battle against official misconduct, new Party organization methods to better utilize power and contain corruption are being mapped out.

Japanese veteran: Tell more people about our aggressive history

It is significant to have an anniversary like this to help younger generations learn more about war, and stop war forever.

Why does the US always seek excuses for its wrongdoing?

The US can base its unreasonable excuses on its power and hegemony, evidence of a lack of mutual respect. The US argument about the interception does damage to bilateral interests relations.








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