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China’s Stance

  China reiterates Diaoyu Islands position to Japanese diplomat
China reiterated its stance on the Diaoyu Islands in a meeting with a senior Japanese diplomat on Wednesday, a Foreign Ministry spokesman said Wednesday."China firmly demands that the Japanese government repeal its wrong decision to purchase the Diaoyu Islands," spokesman Hong Lei told a regular press briefing.
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  Chinese federations voice Diaoyu Islands indignation
The statement of the All-China Federation of Trade Unions reads, "Chinese laborers and employees hereby express our firm opposition to any attempts by Japan to jeopardize China's territorial sovereignty. We will stand firmly behind the government in any necessary measures to safeguard the nation's sovereignty."
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Voices of Chinese

  Chinese people support govt on Diaoyu Islands
Some people also posted online a Japanese map drawn by the Japanese military in 1876 to prove that the Diaoyu Islands don't belong to Japan. "As a member of the Chinese nation, I resolutely and unconditionally support the Chinese government's stance and countermeasures that aim to safeguard national dignity and sovereignty," said another netizen.
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  Overseas Chinese protest "purchase" of Diaoyu Islands in Athens
 Chinese expats in Greece staged on Thursday a demonstration in front of the Japanese embassy in Athens, protesting the "purchase" of the Diaoyu Islands by the Japanese government.
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Opinions of Media

  Japan's buying Diaoyu Islands is flagrant move
The Chinese government and people have strong will and determination to safeguard China's sovereignty and territorial integrity. It is hoped that the Japanese side would not miscalculate the situation.
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  Do not play with fire over Diaoyu Islands issue
The Japanese government's decision to "nationalize" the Diaoyu Islands, made on the afternoon of Sept.However, the United States flagrantly violated the Charter of the United Nations and the related resolutions on mandated territories and privately transferred the Diaoyu Islands and Ryukyu Islands to Japan in 1972.
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