Catalog:Australia
Posted on Tuesday, January 2014, 1 21:09
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[Guide] I interviewed overseas Chinese in Sydney’s Chinatown on the weekend to celebrate the Chinese New Year celebrations, and occasionally found a few young students wearing T-shirts with the Australia China Volunteers Association logo. They set up a signature station to hand out to passers-by a petition signed by the ten thousand people who strongly condemned Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's visit to the Yasukuni Shrine, and collected signatures.


Shu Xin, Secretary-General of Internal Affairs of the Australia-China Volunteers Association, told reporters that the Volunteer Association not only provides an expanded platform for the study and life of Chinese students, serves the community, serves the political life of federal and local elections, and also serves to safeguard the region. The great cause of peace and stability. Shinzo Abe's visit to the Yasukuni Shrine on December 2013, 12 was a brutal trampling on human peace and justice. Therefore, “we initiated the call for signatures of the Ten Thousand Ten Thousand People's Joint Petitions, which was strongly condemned by Mr. Wang Guozhong for Shinzo Abe’s visit to the Yasukuni Shrine, to arouse more people’s awareness of Shinzo Abe’s sinister intentions and to be wary of the resurgence of Japanese militarism.”

At around 9 o'clock in the morning, the crowd in Chinatown, which is famous for its various flavors of Chinese food, has not yet reached its peak, but pedestrians who took the initiative to sign in front of the stage have been in an endless stream. Among them, there are young students, parents with children, and elders who are more than a few years old. An old lady spoke Cantonese endlessly after signing. The reporter did not understand, and asked her if she could speak in Mandarin or English. She was very excited and said in a three-way combination of Cantonese, Mandarin and English: "Professor Wang Guozhong has expressed the aspirations of overseas Chinese and overseas Chinese. Shinzo Abe is perverse, and we must severely condemn him!"

Subsequently, the reporter continued to interview on this topic in Sydney's Chinatown. A middle-aged man named Huang Yiran said that Asian countries such as China must pay close attention to Shinzo Abe's movements. He ignored the strong opposition from China and many other Asian countries and openly paid homage to the Yasukuni Shrine, which enshrines Class A criminals of World War II. This is a ruthless trampling on the feelings of the people of the countries that were victims of World War II, a blatant challenge to human justice, and a naked convocation for Japanese militarism. Abe's bad behavior has been strongly condemned not only by the people and governments of Asian countries, including China, but also by peace-loving and democratic people all over the world. Shinzo Abe must bear all consequences for his actions.

Walking in Sydney’s Chinatown, the reporter found that a scholar-like lady was holding a petition condemning Shinsan Abe by Mr. Wang Guozhong. This lady is named Dong Xin. She pointed to the text on the joint petition and said: "Look, in the eight years from 1937 to 1945, the Japanese army caused tens of thousands of murders in China to kill Chinese people, of which no fewer than 8 were large-scale murders. Tens of millions of Chinese compatriots were killed. In addition, the material essence of the Chinese nation was almost looted by the invaders. During the war, China suffered as much as 4000 billion US dollars in direct property losses and 1000 billion US dollars in indirect losses. "Dong Xin said that on the Pacific battlefield, the US military killed 5000 and injured 12; Australian soldiers and civilians died 43, and the number of injured was about 1.7. The economic loss is difficult to count. In contrast, "China is the country that suffered the most losses in the world's anti-fascist war. No country in the world has paid such a heavy sacrifice and price as China for this war. In that war, Japan committed The heinous crimes of Abe have made the world criticize. Instead of kowtow to the people of war-victim countries such as China, Shinzo Abe brazenly visits the Yasukuni Shrine, which enshrines Class A war criminals of World War II. This is really a crime. Shinzo Abe’s actions are anti-historical and undermine peace at the moment. Environmental behavior. A few days after visiting the Yasukuni Shrine, Shinzo Abe claimed in his speech on New Year's Day in 20 that the battle to retake the'powerful Japan' has just begun. It is not difficult to see that Shinzo Abe has the ambition to revive militarism. This is bound to be. It was resolutely resisted by the peace-loving people in Asia and the whole world."

During the interview, enthusiastic pedestrians gathered more and more. Some of them severely condemned Shinzo Abe's visit to the Yasukuni Shrine, and some expressed their firm support for China's solemn stand in condemning and protesting Shinzo Abe's behavior. What Shinzo Abe did is what he said.

Source: China News Network