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BEIJING - China on Wednesday expressed strong dissatisfaction and firm opposition to former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe"s recent remarks on Taiwan. "Abe, in disregard of the basic norms governing international relations and the principles set out in the four political documents between China and Japan, flagrantly made irresponsible remarks on Taiwan and stirred in China's internal affairs," spokesperson Wang Wenbin said at a daily press briefing. China is strongly dissatisfied with and firmly opposed to this, and has made stern representations through diplomatic channels, he said, adding that Taiwan is part of China's sacred territory and outsiders will never

  More to be done in teaming with other nations against COVID-19, say experts Adopting methods most appropriate to their particular needs, China and Japan have made remarkable progress in curbing the spread of the coronavirus at home. However, as the pandemic continues to hold great sway over much of the world, the two continue to work together to fight the disease. Now, as more vaccines show positive results and some countries begin vaccination, experts from China and Japan are calling for the two countries to work even more closely together. Early on, and in a short time, China determined

In increasingly uncertain times and with pressure for countries to choose sides, everyone should work to implement a new international order based on international coordination and existing rules, experts say, referring in particular to relationships between China and Japan and between China and the United States. This is all the more important considering the economic and social disruption that the COVID-19 pandemic has caused, said Cheng Yonghua, a former Chinese ambassador to Japan from 2010 to 2019. Relations between China and Japan also need to keep pace with the times and develop in a new way, Cheng said. "Although they