China-Japan Dispute Over Islands Spreads to Cyberspace

In a new effort to bolster its claim to disputed islands in the East China Sea, the Chinese government has introduced a website under their Chinese name, Diaoyu. Japan already has a website detailing its sovereignty.

In a new effort to bolster its claim to disputed islands in the East China Sea, the Chinese government has introduced a website under their Chinese name, Diaoyu. Japan already has a website detailing its sovereignty.

Source:: China-Japan Dispute Over Islands Spreads to Cyberspace

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