Sunday, May 11, 2014

China to unveil monument honoring Korean independence fighters

In another Slap in the Face of Japan, China plans to set up a Stone Monument honoring later this Month Old Korean soldiers who fought for their 1910 to 45 Peninsula's Liberation from Japan's colonial rule, multiple Sources said Sunday.Dedicated China earlier this year had a Memorial to a Prominent Korean Independence hero, Ahn Jung-Geun, who assassinated the Korean Peninsula's first Japanese Governor-General, Hirobumi Ito, in its northeastern City of Harbin in October 1909. Japan had reacted angrily to the Ahn Memorial, calling him a terrorist . Certain is that In a similar Move again to Anger Japan, China is pushing to set up the Commemorative Stone Monument in its WHERE the Ancient City of Xian were based Korean Independence Fighters, Two Sources said diplomatic. had South Korean President Park Geun-Hye requested China to build the Ahn memorial and the stone monument during her meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing in June last year. Reports Xi said at that time had accepted Park's request. Concerned As far as is their shared History, South Korea and China have much in common. Both suffered under Japan's imperialistic Aggression in the Early Part of the 20th century that included World War II. 

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