Japan's Textbook Revision
   2013-12-28 20:12:21    CRIENGLISH.com/Agencies      Web Editor: Fu Yu

The history textbook compiled by Japanese right-wing scholars received wide condemnation from its neighboring Asian countries, including China and the Republic of Korea in 1986 when it was first published. The textbook has since then gone through considerable rewriting before its final publication in 1991 and 1996.

China has learned that the history textbook was revised.

The core essence of the history text book issue lies in whether Japan can correctly recognize and handle its invasion to China and other Asian nations during World War II.

China hopes that the Japanese government will properly handle the issue in accordance with the promises it had made and with the attitude to be responsible for both history and future.

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