David J. Lynch: Animosity toward Japan is again the rage in China

From USA TODAY, via Yahoo! News:

Lu Yunfei is a young, technology-savvy executive at an Internet company in Beijing. But it’s what he does in his spare time that makes him of interest beyond China’s shores.

Over the past five years, Lu, 29, has emerged as a leader of China’s increasingly vociferous and predominantly anti-Japanese nationalist movement. As the head of the 80,000-member Patriots’ Alliance, Lu created the country’s most popular nationalist Web site, staged protests outside the Japanese Embassy and organized provocative trips to a cluster of islands in the East China Sea occupied by Japan but claimed by China.

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