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Abe's sleight of tongue cannot hide truth

By Qiao Xinsheng | China Daily | Updated: 2015-08-17 07:56

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe did not offer fresh apology for Japan's war crimes in his statement marking the 70th anniversary of World War II on Friday.

After the war, Japan was the first Asian country to become a major power. Japan has stronger national power, a more developed economy, and unparallel advantages in technology and industry compared with its Asian neighbors, which constitute the foundation for Abe's audacity in understating Japan's war crimes in his statement.

No Asian country has the ability to take action to require Japan to compensate for its war crimes. China implements the principle of "returning good for evil" in exchange for Japan's deep reflection on history as a means to reconciliation. However, that principle is not working well.

Abe's sleight of tongue cannot hide truth

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