Li Keqiang’s trip to Tokyo in May was the first there by a Chinese premier in eight years, and Shinzo Abe is next month set to become the first Japanese prime minister to visit Beijing since 2011. Photo: AFP Li Keqiang’s trip to Tokyo in May was the first there by a Chinese premier in eight years, and Shinzo Abe is next month set to become the first Japanese prime minister to visit Beijing since 2011. Photo: AFP
Li Keqiang’s trip to Tokyo in May was the first there by a Chinese premier in eight years, and Shinzo Abe is next month set to become the first Japanese prime minister to visit Beijing since 2011. Photo: AFP

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Li Keqiang’s trip to Tokyo in May was the first there by a Chinese premier in eight years, and Shinzo Abe is next month set to become the first Japanese prime minister to visit Beijing since 2011. Photo: AFP Li Keqiang’s trip to Tokyo in May was the first there by a Chinese premier in eight years, and Shinzo Abe is next month set to become the first Japanese prime minister to visit Beijing since 2011. Photo: AFP
Li Keqiang’s trip to Tokyo in May was the first there by a Chinese premier in eight years, and Shinzo Abe is next month set to become the first Japanese prime minister to visit Beijing since 2011. Photo: AFP
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