Son of Japans signatories to Sino Japanese peace and friendship treaty: building friendship bridge

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 Son of Japans signatories to Sino Japanese peace and friendship treaty: building friendship bridge


Forty years ago, when my father met with the older generation of Chinese leaders, such as His Excellency Deng Xiaoping, the spirit of friendship prevailed on both sides. It was this spirit that enabled the two countries to conclude a treaty after years of hard work. His father said that the frequent coming of China and Japan is his dream. After Abes visit to China and the 40th anniversary reception of the signing of the Sino-Japanese Treaty of Peace and Friendship, the Honda direct flyer said in an interview with the Rising News.

Yueda Zhifei was the son of Foreign Minister and Chief Cabinet Secretary Takeo Yueda during Fukudas cabinet period. He was also the author of the Sino-Japanese Treaty of Peace and Friendship signed by Japan that year. On the evening of the 25th, the leaders of China and Japan took a group photo with the relevant persons who concluded the Sino-Japanese Treaty of Peace and Friendship. The non-stop flyers from the garden stood behind Abe.

He said in an interview, After this visit to China, the two countries should be more open to each other, to speak frankly, even against each others discontent should also be frank, mutual understanding of the attitude. I hope to build such a Sino Japanese relationship in the future. Now the cooperation between China and Japan will bring peace and development to Asia as a whole.

Yueda said he would come to China again this year. What Im doing now is just a few small things, which slowly build a bridge of friendship between China and Japan. Now, he puts his expectations on the younger generation in China and Japan. Young people in China and Japan should have more contacts and get to know each other more quickly through practical communication, rather than being guided by the opinions of some politicians and the public opinion of the Internet.

The president of Japan China Friendship Association and vice president of Japan China Friendship Association in Aichi Prefecture are public welfare corporations. Liao Jingwen, a surging journalist

Through this visit to China, we are looking forward to the further development of Sino-Japanese relations. All the participants in the reception have good expectations for the further development of Sino-Japanese relations, Okazaki Wen, chairman of the China Friendship Association of Japan and vice chairman of the Japan Friendship Association of Aichi Prefecture, told Peng Mei News.

Born in Changchun in 1946, his father taught Japanese at Peking University. He lived in China until 1969 and spoke fluent Chinese. After returning to Japan, his special experience in China led him to apply to join the Japan-China Friendship Association in Aichi County and have been working to promote Sino-Japanese friendship.

Okazaki recalled, Aichi County hosted the first batch of Chinese trainees in Japan in April 1980. At that time, the postgraduates were all excellent young people selected carefully. They came to Japan to study agriculture, but in fact, they were not engaged in agriculture in China. They were all excellent civil servants and cadres. Their aim is to learn agricultural technology, and to learn from Japans advanced social experience. The activities dispatched by the trainees were relatively urgent, so that none of the people sent could speak Japanese. So we also have the responsibility of teaching Japanese. The trainees worked very hard, finished the day work, and studied Japanese in the evening. They are really excellent people. These trainees are practitioners of Sino Japanese friendship. Speaking of the future, Okazaki said, The position of the Japanese government is to improve relations with China. I hope that this attitude will be maintained in the future, even if there are differences, and that both sides will calmly return to the negotiating table and resolve the issue through dialogue. The attitude of the Japanese people towards China has also changed. Even from the economic point of view, the two sides are deeply interdependent, so I believe that Sino-Japanese relations will not suddenly turn around in the future. It is important to solve the problem through dialogue. The source of this article: surging news editor: Yang Yi _NBJ10647

Okazaki recalled, Aichi County hosted the first batch of Chinese trainees in Japan in April 1980. At that time, the postgraduates were all excellent young people selected carefully. They came to Japan to study agriculture, but in fact, they were not engaged in agriculture in China. They were all excellent civil servants and cadres. Their aim is to learn agricultural technology, and to learn from Japans advanced social experience. The activities dispatched by the trainees were relatively urgent, so that none of the people sent could speak Japanese. So we also have the responsibility of teaching Japanese. The trainees worked very hard, finished the day work, and studied Japanese in the evening. They are really excellent people. These trainees are practitioners of Sino Japanese friendship.

Speaking of the future, Okazaki said, The position of the Japanese government is to improve relations with China. I hope that this attitude will be maintained in the future, even if there are differences, and that both sides will calmly return to the negotiating table and resolve the issue through dialogue. The attitude of the Japanese people towards China has also changed. Even from the economic point of view, the two sides are deeply interdependent, so I believe that Sino-Japanese relations will not suddenly turn around in the future. It is important to solve the problem through dialogue.