Chinese Boycotts of Japanese Products

Chinese Boycotts Of Japanese Products

Boycotts of Japanese products have been conducted by numerous Chinese civilian and governmental organisations, always in response to real or perceived Japanese aggression, whether military, political or economic.

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Chinese Boycotts Of Japanese Products - Modern Boycotts
... After World War II, the Chinese community, upset over various issues such as the sovereignty of Senkaku Islands, the Japanese history textbook controversies and Japanese leaders' visits to Yasukuni Shrine ... Republic of China citizens started a boycott in September 1972 to protest Japan's diplomatic recognition of the People's Republic of China, and twice burned Japanese products in front of ... In 2005 a new wave of boycotts were started in mainland China, concurrent with the anti-Japanese demonstrations in major Chinese cities at the time ...

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