An Island known as Senkaku in Japan and Diaoyu in China causes another outbreak of protests from both county.
The tension between these two Asian power house flared up in conjunction with the anniversary of the ‘Mukden incident’ of 1931 where Japanese solders blew up the railways of Manchuria.
Protesters in China took to the streets, targeting Japanese brands and companies, shops that carries Japanese products, and Japanese cars were vandalized in a show of anger.
Gallery: Japan and China row intensify
Video: China sends patrol ships as dispute with Japan heats up
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