Japanese congressmen visited the memorial hall of the Communist Party of China. What did they say?

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 Japanese congressmen visited the memorial hall of the Communist Party of China. What did they say?


After the nineteen major Chinese Communist Party victories, general secretary Xi Jinping and the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China had a collective view of the great conference of the Communist Party of China. From late last October to April 22nd this year, there was a continuous stream of people from home and abroad to the memorial hall of the Communist Party of China, more than 180 thousand and 9 thousand people, up 53%. There were 4073 people from foreigners, up 23% from the same period. Misaki Sato Akiku, President of the Japan China Friendship Association in Fushan City, Hiroshima, Japan, and Fujiwara Hira and Okazaki Masa Chung, a member of the Parliamentarians of Fukuyama City, are the first visit to the Communist Party of China. They expressed their understanding of the process of the Communist Partys dream starting at the first party site of the Communist Party of China and deeply felt that the Communist Party of China was well done at the grass-roots party construction work. Misaki Sato Akiku, the winner of the inner mountain bookstore with deep feelings with China, and the winner of the Shanghai Yulan commemorative prize, (Note: the son of Uchiyamas niece) carefully watches every precious historical material in the great address of the Communist Party of China, and discusses the two Japanese MPs from time to time. He said that it was very happy to visit the birthplace of the Communist Party of China, and hoped that China would start a new flight under the guidance of the great call of general secretary Xi Jinping, never forget the beginning of the heart, keep in mind the mission and strive forever. In Japan, he will also bear in mind the slogan of not forgetting the beginning of the heart, and inherit and develop the bookstores left by the family members of the family of inner mountains, keep their records in mind, and continue to promote the friendly exchanges between the Japanese and the Japanese people. MP Okazaki said: the Communist Party of China can comply with the changes of the times, while paying attention to history, it can also flexibly respond to various problems in the construction of the country. He said that now the population of Japan is decreasing, the social and economic development is entering a bottleneck, and it is time to start the country from the countryside and from the local. The idea of encircling the city in the countryside, put forward by Mao Zedong, is also enlightening to the development of todays Japan. He feels that the experience of this visit is very valuable and can be used as a reference and a lot of learning. MP Fujiwara confessed that although he had come to China more than ten times, it did not fully understand the process of the initial development of the Communist Party of China. This is the first time to come to the great address of the Communist Party of China, which is a memorable place, and through the observation of these precious historical materials, the process of the founding of the Communist Party of China has been understood. He will continue to pay close attention to how the Communist Party of China will continue to work hard for the 1 billion 300 million people in the future. During his visit to China at the beginning of the year, Japanese Foreign Minister Kawano Taro said that Japan is willing to commemorate the Treaty of peace and friendship between Japan and China to conclude 40th anniversary and Chinas reform and opening up 40th anniversary. A few days ago, foreign minister Wang Yi said that this year is the conclusion of the Treaty of peace and friendship between China and Japan 40th anniversary. It is also the publication of the joint declaration of China and Japan and the publication of the joint statement on the comprehensive promotion of strategic and reciprocal relations between China and Japan. The two sides should be not forgetting the initial heart, consolidating the foundation, taking history as a mirror and creating the future. The relationship between the two countries goes well in the right direction. MPs Fujiwara and MP Okazaki were born in the fake Manchuria state of Fengtian (now Shenyang). Although the Japanese army ravaged the land of China, they were treated well by the Chinese until they were repatriated. Okazaki said that his family had been hidden by the good Chinese in order to avoid Soviet search. Senator Fujiwara also apologized: Japan has to apologize to the Chinese people for this history of aggression. Mr Okazaki recalled that the NHK TV station in Japan had shown Hu Yaobangs story of Promoting Sino Japanese exchanges and recalled his childhood memories. He remembered that when he spoke to Congress in 1983 when Hu Yaobang visited Japan, his grandfather cried while watching TV. At the end of the day, there has been a good time. At that time, he was only a grade three student in primary school. He didnt quite understand the meaning of it. He only remembered that Hu Yaobang was very forceful when he talked about two countries in Chinese. Now recall that there are so many friendly people who have worked hard to promote relations between Japan and China. Our generation should also learn the old generation for the sake of their children, and to do more for the friendly tomorrow. Two members of the MP called themselves the pigeon pie members of the Liberal Democratic Party. They think that although the political party system of the two countries is different, it is impossible to have direct reference, but now Japan is stepping into the aging society. The role and responsibility of the Japanese political parties should pay more attention to the quality of life and gain of the people in addition to the economic speed. The Communist Party of China has many good practices and deserves the careful study of the Japanese political parties. Fujiwara Hira, Misaki Sato Akiku, Japanese congressman Okazaki Jungjun