- From Sino- + Japanese. (Wiktionary)
“It will also give Tokyo confidence in dealing with China, either as part of a larger coalition of like-minded nations or in the bilateral Sino-Japanese relationship.”
“The opening of the Sino-Japanese site coincides with rising political tension between Japan and China fueled by competing claims over islands in the East China Sea.”
“Since it was formed in February 2010, Sino-Japanese relations in particular have become steadily more strained, thus drawing even more attention to the commission's findings.”
“Apart from its implications on the Sino-Japanese dynamic, it would be interesting to see how Chinese people reacted to the political change in their neighbor country.”
“Many will argue that the second Sino-Japanese war began in 1937, though war was not officially declared until 1941 following Japan's attack on Pearl Harbour.”
“One obvious reason for the change in tone from Tokyo is that the past year has strained Sino-Japanese ties.”
“This contemporary woodblock print depicts the Imperial Japanese Navy smashing a Chinese fleet in the Sino-Japanese War of 1894.”
“The brief Sino-Japanese war at the end of the 19th century ended in humiliating defeat for China.”
“In "Caterpillar," that hell isn't only the atrocity of the opening frames, set during the second Sino-Japanese War of 1940.”
“Synopsis: The story is set in Shanghai in 1931, when the Imperial Japanese Army has been dispatched to mainland China due to the relatively recent First Sino-Japanese War, Russo-Japanese War, and World War I.”
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