Mainland anti-Japan activists plan to keep up their campaign against Tokyo's bid for a permanent seat on the UN Security Council until September when the UN meets. Activist Lu Yunfei said his league would try to mobilise China's online community to inundate UN officials and departments with e-mails. 'If officials receive millions of e-mail petitions from ordinary Chinese, they will be encouraged to cautiously consider the Chinese resentment and stop Japan joining the council.' Activist Tong Zeng said his group was preparing another protest in front of the Japanese embassy in Beijing as part of its campaign for changes to Japanese school history textbooks which ignore the country's invasions of other Asian nations. Meanwhile, a grassroots boycott of Japanese goods continues to mushroom in Henan , Wuhan , Guangxi, Shenzhen and Sichuan.