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Beijing Is Stepping Up A Campaign To Highllight For Chinese Citizens And The World What It Sees As Japan's History Of Aggression And War Crimes Against China. In A Series Of Moves Since January, China Declared Two Remembrance Days Related To It's 20th Century Conflict With Japan. One Of The National Days Commemorates The Victims Of The Nanjing Massacre Launched By Japanese Forces In 1937, While The Other Marks What The Victory Of Allied Powers Over Japan In 1945. So What Impact Is The Chinese Campaign Having On The Public? Jeffrey Wasserstrom. Professor Of History At The University Of California In Irvine, Shared His View With Daybreak Asia's Michael Lipin.(Q&A Lipin / Wasserstrom / Part-2)... Jeffrey Wasserstrom, Also Is a Co-Author Of The Book China In The 21st Century: What Everyone Need To Know Which Has Previously Been Featured On Daybreak Asia. The Chinese Government Has Been Using A Variety Of Tools To Tell The Story Of It's Defiance Of Japanese Aggression, From Domestic TV Programs And News Publications To Newspaper Articles Written By Chinese Diplomats For An Overseas Audience... Daybraek Asia's Micheal Lipin Also Spoke To Jeremy Goldkorn, Director Of The Danwei Media Research Service In Beijing, And Asked Him To Assess The Significance Of Those Steps.(Q&A Lipin / Goldkorn)