Liu Xiaoming criticised visit by Japanese PM to controversial war shrine
He said the monument ‘represents the darkest parts of that nation’s soul’
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If that is the case I regard China like the Borg in Star Trek.
I think that this is the first time that I heard of the Harry Potter children book series being used in that way.
Someone might want to let the Ambassador know that this is a children’s fantasy fiction, and this magical world does not really exist in the real world.
This might be a good time to insert a reminder that, whatever the current politico-economic status of the People’s Republic of China, the Chinese people themselves did suffer a great deal at the hands of the Japanese during the period 1937-1945.