Currently the #3 most popular microblog post on Chinese social network Sina Weibo…
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When it comes to attitudes against Japan, China and Korea are largely unanimous; when it comes to problems against China, Japan and Korea are unprecedentedly unanimous; when it comes to problems against Korea, China and Japan are largely unanimous; China, Japan, and Korea truly are a lame, tangled love triangle drama…
We’ve given you Tang Wei, is this not enough???!!!
The Changbai Mountain belongs to China!!!
The Duanwu Festival is our’s, the pipa is our’s, Qu Yuan is also ours…
Given this, Tang Wei can go ahead and get married.
Next time [when Xi Jinping] goes to Japan, Japan will welcome like this: Changbai Mountain is China’s.
When [Xi Jinping] goes to Japan, it’ll be written that Changbai Mountain is China’s.
Changbai Mountain is also China’s, as well as the Duanwu Festival, oh, and Tang Wei too.
Looking at the comments, they really are ridiculous. Korea didn’t say Changbai Mountain isn’t China’s and is Korea’s. It is just because the other side of Changbai Mountain is called Baekdu/Paektu Mountain in Korea, so it is part of both countries and Koreans are used to calling it Baekdu/Paektu Mountain. Also with regards to the Duanwu Festival, can you please do your homework first before speaking?
When we go to Japan, the Japanese will also say that Changbai Mountain is China’s.
Before visiting, [China] already sent a generous gift in the form of Tang Wei. Could they therefore not be welcoming?
The Duanwu Festival is China’s, Confucius is China’s [Chinese], Changbai Mountain is China’s.
Changbai Mountain is China’s! Qu Yuan is China’s [Chinese]! Confucius is China’s [Chinese]! Duanwu Festival is China’s!
Simply I think Korea and Japan both use “the enemy of my enemy is my friend” method in their relations with China…