US President Donald Trump is welcomed by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at Mobara Country Club, south of Tokyo, on May 26. Photo: AP
Winston Mok
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The View by Winston Mok

A century ago, the US rejected Japan as an equal and it is doing the same with China today

  • The US urge to wage economic war on China has its roots in the American rejection of a rising Japan 100 years ago, a spurning that led, eventually, to the bitter fruit of Pearl Harbour and Hiroshima

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US President Donald Trump is welcomed by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at Mobara Country Club, south of Tokyo, on May 26. Photo: AP
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