Countries such as the Philippines have lodged protests against China's new map, which includes a "ten-dash line" claiming almost the entire South China Sea.
With hysteria rampant on Chinese social media following the release of ALPS treated water at Fukushima, we tackle some of the science behind Japan’s decision.
China says its ban on Japanese seafood is about Fukushima Daiichi, but facts say it's economic coercion. Japan's strategic response should include these points.
The author offers insight into today's China by analyzing the CCP's anti-Japan campaign, Xi's alleged speech in Beidaihe, and questions about his mental state.
The Sankei Shimbun recently surveyed 118 Japanese companies to understand their apprehensions and strategies concerning China's revised counterespionage law.
China's nuclear plants release greater volumes of tritium than Japan's treated water, but mentions of that on Chinese social media are fast deleted by censors.
During a press conference, Taiwan Vice President William Lai rejected the "One China" principle and underscored the importance of Taiwan-Japan relations.
Confucius Institutes, of which there are 14 in Japan, target academic freedom and intellectual property in the garb of enhancing "Chinese culture and history."
Scientists found no trace of radiation either in the water or in sea creatures. But motivated by nationalist politics, China has banned all Japanese seafood.
China has relentlessly spread false information about the release of treated water from Fukushima despite the safety guaranteed by international experts.
Despite Chinese backlash and widespread disinformation, many European media outlets are responding calmly and objectively to the ALPS treated water release.
As the treated water release started TEPCO said it would monitor with the utmost sense of care, while China announced a ban on all Japanese seafood...