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60 anti-Japanese groups commemorate 86th anniversary of Mukden Incident

A representative of the anti-Japanese groups tears the symbolised Japanese national flag into pieces on the protest ceremony on Monday.

60 anti-Japanese groups showed up in Central on Monday to commemorate the 86th anniversary of  Mukden Incident which marks Japan's invasion in China.

Organised by Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions, groups including Association of Chiang Kai-shek - gathered outside the Exchange Square in response to Japan's development in military power.

Social committee member of the Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions, Kan Ming-tung urged Japan to face the history regarding the invasion of China on September 18, 1931.

Kan said he felt regret that they were not allowed to enter the Consulate-General of Japan in Hong Kong and no representative from the office had accepted their letter.

"To Japanese Government, Diaoyutai is always the territory of The Republic of China," says banners and cardboards put up by Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions.


A donation booth is set for suppressing one of the cruel human actions- sexual slavery, which was done by imperial Japanese army in their invasion to Asian countries.



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