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Wang Yang meets business delegation from Japan in Beijing


Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang (R) meets with a business delegation from Japan led by Chair of the Japan Business Federation Sadayuki Sakakibara in Beijing, capital of China, June 12, 2017.

New panda cub to bring 242 million USD economic effect: Japan expert


A Japanese expert said on Tuesday that the giant panda cub born recently at a zoo in central Tokyo is expected to bring a 26.7 billion yen (242 million U.S. dollars) economic effect to the city, local media reported.

Japan issues record number of visas to Chinese in 2016


Japan issued a record-breaking 4.2 million visas to Chinese visitors and tourists in 2016, a growth of 11.7 percent.

Chinese state councilor calls for moving forward China-Japan ties in positive direction


TOKYO, May 30 (Xinhua) -- Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi met with Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida here on Tuesday, calling for joint efforts to develop bilateral ties in positive direction.

China-Japan ties may see Silk Road lift


The Belt and Road Initiative can become an "experimental field" for China and Japan to achieve mutually beneficial cooperation and common development, President Xi Jinping said on Tuesday at a meeting in Beijing with a representative of the Japanese government.

Mass rally held in Tokyo to protest Abe's constitutional change


Citizens attend a protest against Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's attempts to amend the nation's pacifist Constitution in Tokyo, Japan, on May 3, 2017.

Japan rebukes Trump's remarks about currency manipulation


Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Wednesday rejected remarks made by U.S. President Donald Trump suggesting that Japan has been manipulating its currency and in doing so disadvantaging the United States.

China's state travel operator boycotts Japanese hotel chain over Nanjing Massacre denials


China International Travel Service Limited announced on Wednesday that it will end all business relations with a Japanese hotel chain which refused to remove books from its guest rooms denying the Nanjing Massacre took place.

Japanese hotel chain's remark on books stirs outrage


Chinese are outraged over a remark by a Japanese hotel chain that has refused to withdraw books from its guest rooms in Japan that deny the Nanjing Massacre in China during World War II.

China terms Tokyo chief's visit to war shrine "ironic"


Beijing has denounced as "greatly ironic" the Japanese defense chief's visit to the Yasukuni Shrine, which came shortly after she returned from accompanying Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on his visit to Pearl Harbor.