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Q&A Lipin / Wasserstrom / China / Japan / Part-3

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Chinese State News Agency People's Daily Is Promoting An Online Game In Which Web Users Are Encouaged To Shoot And Kill Convicted Japanese War Criminals. The Game First Appeared On The News Agency's Mircroblog People's Weibo Earlier This Month. It Is One Of A Series Of Recent Moves By The Chinese Government To Highlight What It Sees As Japan's Refusal To Atone For Wartime Atrocities Against China. In Another Move Last Month, Beijing's Top Legislative Body Approved Two National Days To Honor The Victims Of The Nanjing Massacre Launched By Japanese Forces In 1937, And To Celebrate The Victory Of Allied Forces Over Japan In 1945. China Has a History Of Staging Campaign's To Draw Attention To Injustices It Says Were Perpetrated By Foreigners. Daybreak Asia's Michael Lipin Spoke To Jeffrey Wasserstrom. A History Professor At The University Of California In Irvine, And Asked Him How China's Latest Steps Compare With What It Has Done In The Past.