As China marks the massacre of more than 300,000 people by Japanese forces on December 13, 1937, one must remember that acknowledging such atrocities is the best way to prevent their reoccurrence.
You think your neighbours are bad? One residential building in Nanjing, China went to court to end an argument that had delayed the installation of a lift by three years.
Two university professors were punished by their schools after making comments that some deemed offensive to Sino-Japanese history.
‘We are willing to build a Sino-Japanese relationship that meets the requirements of the new era,’ Vice-Premier Sun Chunlan says.
Chen Si believes he has helped more than 400 people step back from the brink on his visits to a bridge believed to be the scene of the world’s most suicides.