2000 anti-Japan protesters took to street in Shenzhen

From the Daily Yomiuri:

More than 2,000 people took to the streets Sunday in Shengzhen, Guangdong Province, China, where many Japanese firms operate, to protest Japan’s bid for a seat on the United Nations Security council.

The protesters called for a boycott of Japanese products and collected signatures for their campaign. The rally, organized by the Guangdong Patriotic Volunteers Network and other groups of local youths, was one of the largest protests ever organized in China by private organizations.

Banners bearing anti-Japan slogans, such as “Get out of Diaoyutai” (the Chinese name for the Senkaku Islands) and “Return resources to China,” were hung in the square in central Shengzhen where the rally was held

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