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China opens political ties with Latin America
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China opens political ties with Latin America

BBC.COM 01/07/2015

Chinese President, Xi Jinping, will attend the opening of the ministerial meeting in two days, known as the Forum of China and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), in Beijing.

It is expected that the meeting will be to discuss wide-ranging issues, including politics, diplomacy, trade and culture.

According to the official Xinhua News Agency, the forum “is expected to boost cooperation between China and Latin America to a new level”.

“Cooperation between China and Latin America, which covers about one fifth of the world's surface and a quarter of the world population, also make their unique contribution to the world economy and international order”, news agency says.

Experts told the Global Times that the US. has been up feeling “uncomfortable” with the intensification of ties between China and Latin America and has been taking steps to improve relations with the countries of the region, including normalization of relations with Cuba.

Jin Canrong, an expert in international relations at Renmin University, Washington says pivot strategy for Asia “has achieved little” and is now paying more attention to China's activities in Latin America.

“Recent US stocks, including the dramatic shift in diplomatic policy toward Cuba, could be seen as a way to cope with the growing influence of China in Latin America”, says expert.

Zhang Jiazhe, a researcher at the Academy of Social Sciences, Shanghai, feels that the US. “tolerara” China's presence because “bilateral cooperation between China and Latin America is primarily focused on the economy and trade”.

In the meantime, documents remain guarded in its response to the promise of Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe on Monday it would “expressing remorse” about history of Japan's war.

It is expected that Mr. Abe to issue a statement on the 70 anniversary of the end of World War I in August.

Relations between Japan and China have been strained by rival territorial claims in the East China Sea and disputes about the history of Japan's WWII.

A Xinhua report doubt the “expression of remorse” Mr. Abe, saying Japan seems unwilling to “apologize” war.

“At the same time, has continued to promote 'collective self-defense'”, news agency says, adding that “it is better to observe their actions rather than listen to his words”.

Japan Cabinet approved a historic change in security policy last year, paving the way for his army to fight abroad.

In the past Japan could use force only in self-defense. Under the proposed change, Japan's army will be able to come to the aid of allies if they come under attack by a common enemy

The move has angered China, sees this as a resurgence of militarism in the neighboring country.

A commentary on the state of China Net says Mr Abe does not seem sincere and he has decided to express remorse due to pressure from Washington and fear of the economic consequences if “China continues peak”.

“Its called 'reflections’ do not come from your heart … Japan will have to admit its history aggression and express sincere repentance”, Article urges.

TV 'censorship’
And, last, papers have advocated state censorship after viewers expressed outrage “editing censorship” in a number of successful.

According to local media reports, viewers were furious after the Empress of China, un drama sobre Wu Zetian, the only female emperor in Chinese history, was taken off air darkly, only to return with scenes edited.

There has been no official response to the issue so far, but the Global Times quoted sources as saying the show was edited “because too much cleavage actress was being revealed”.

Noting the unhappiness of fans, daily reminded that it is “unrealistic to abandon censorship systems” China.

At Present, China does not have a classification system similar to those used in the UK and in the US movies.

“The reality is that there is censorship in many countries and are unlikely to invest in China … Without a rating system in place, maybe the directors should have a system of this type in their minds”, suggesting.

Criticizing the “audacity” production, Xinhua article notes that “even the popular television South Korea are much more” clean “.

It is predicted that the Empress of China, is faced with strict scores in South Korea “not even get a high audience there”

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