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PD User at 2011-10-15 11:59:01   [Reply] IP:122.248.137.★
Interesting commentary. I agree with your views.
PD User at 2008-04-25 11:21:24   [Reply] IP:58.173.12.★
Why Japanese find it hard to apologise for atrocities like Nanjing.
Perhaps it"s the Eastern "loss of Face" thing but on a scale that reflects onto the very core of Japanese culture, history, religion, pride and society.
For example, admission of guilt would be acknowledgment that their Emperor Hirohito was in error but he was a recognised at the time as being a divine descendant from the line of their Sun God Amaterasu and as we all know from wherever we are in the world Gods are beyond reproa... (More details.)
PD User at 2008-04-09 14:06:50   [Reply] IP:222.72.66.★
It"s A Nice Documentary.But The Japanese Gonna Deny All Accusation Anyway.
PD User at 2007-07-26 14:34:52   [Reply] IP:202.99.23.★
strange
  PD User  replied at  2008-04-21 12:05:45 IP:165.21.155.★
 
The Japanese Govt. are the weirdest group of people on earth. They have so little confidence on their own people in accepting truth. Facts are Facts and no amount of denial can change it. The Germans has committed worse atrocities against the Jews and they face up to it. I wonder what is their motive for denieing an event that happened. Maybe They feel superior in every way to the Chinese: their culture, which was probably borrowed from the time of the Tang Dynasty, their food, their economic ... (More details.)
PD User at 2007-07-26 10:55:11   [Reply] IP:202.99.23.★
why shows my IP?
PD User at 2007-07-25 16:02:49   [Reply] IP:202.99.23.★
The film tells a story that in the midst of the rampage, a small group of Westerners banded together to establish a Safety Zone where over 200,000 Chinese found refuge. Unarmed, these missionaries, university professors, doctors and businessmen a€“ including a Nazi named John Rabe a€“ bore witness to the events, while risking their own lives to protect civilians from slaughter. From official site of "Nanking"
PD User at 2007-07-25 15:51:47   [Reply] IP:202.99.23.★
Those Japanese speaking the truth in fron of the camera are brave and respetable. however, it is hard to understand why they didn't show any remorse on what they had committed.
PD User at 2007-07-25 15:46:17   [Reply] IP:202.99.23.★
The story is told through deeply moving interviews with Chinese survivors, chilling archival footage and photos of the events, and testimonies of former Japanese soldiers. At the heart of Nanking is a filmed stage reading of the Westerners’ letters and diaries, featuring Woody Harrelson, Mariel Hemingway and Jurgen Prochnow. Through its interweave of archival images, testimonies of survivors, and readings of first hand accounts, the film puts the viewer on the streets of Nanking and bring... (More details.)
PD User at 2007-07-25 15:44:45   [Reply] IP:202.99.23.★
Nanking is a testament to the courage and conviction of individuals who were determined to act in the face of evil and a powerful tribute to the resilience of the Chinese people – a gripping account of light in the darkest of times.
PD User at 2007-07-25 15:43:43   [Reply] IP:202.99.23.★
As part of a campaign to conquer all of China, the Japanese subjected Nanking – which was then China’s capital – to months of aerial bombardment, and when the city fell, the Japanese army unleashed murder and rape on a horrifying scale.
PD User at 2007-07-25 15:42:01   [Reply] IP:202.99.23.★
A powerful, emotional and relevant reminder of the heartbreaking toll war takes on the innocent, Nanking tells the story of the Japanese invasion of Nanking, China, in the early days of World War II.
PD User at 2007-07-25 15:39:24   [Reply] IP:202.99.23.★
It's really sad to read the two Grandpas. They are the survivors of the Nanking incident, now they are still living in such a poor situation!
Pity for them!
PD User at 2007-07-25 15:36:54   [Reply] IP:202.99.23.★
I have seen "Transformers" several days ago. It's really worth seeing. i love the yellow car in that film. What a fancy if I have one car like that!
PD User at 2007-07-25 15:33:47   [Reply] IP:202.99.23.★
hope to see this movie soon!
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