Some of the kids are more open minded but it sure doesn't help with the party running WWII themed soap operas and other propaganda every day of the week.
The people who really fought in the war and know what it was like are mostly over and done with that crap, but they are now a tiny minority.
At the end of the day, I don't think the majority of Chinese people want to fight another war with Japan, but most people in all categories of the above will say that they don't like Japan (even though many of them will go there on vacation). In fact, IIRC Japan was the #1 over seas vacation spot for Mainland Chinese last year.
Last edited by citanon; 22 Sep 15, at 07:50.
Or is that an effect of occupational duties more than fighting the Nationalist troops?
Didn't Nationalist troops score some victories against Japanese?
I have to agree, CCP didn't do much of anything in the actual fight against Japanese.
"Only Nixon can go to China." -- Old Vulcan proverb.
A possible reason why India gave such low favorability ratings to South Korea and Japan might be because people simply don't care much about these countries. A low positive rating does not necessarily mean a negative, it could also mean neutral. This poll reflects how many people in India simply don't have an opinion on most countries: http://www.globescan.com/news_archives/bbc06-3/#india
The white gap between positive and negative is consistently large for India in all those graphs.
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