Japan, China to continue joint history study





Next week, Japanese and Chinese historians are scheduled to gather for the second round of a joint history study that will also touch on war-related issues. The new round of talks comes amidst worldwide anger over Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's claim that there was no evidence of Asian women being forced into Japanese military brothels during WWII.

Ten historians from each country will hold talks in Tokyo on Monday and Tuesday as part of the second round of discussions. The first round of talks were held in Beijing last December.



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