Chinese Basketball Association website hacked by “Japanese”

| November 8th, 2012

The following is guest post by Philip via

The website of Chinese Basketball Association was hacked in the night of Nov. 6, Beijing time (GMT +8). On the front page of the website there appeared a notice in Japanese as shown in the following. The rough translation is “Diaoyu Islands owner is Japan, Chinese are China pigs, Japanese technology the best”.

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Diaoyu islands demonstrator severally injured Japanese car owner, caught by police

| October 5th, 2012

From Netease:

Cai, The suspect who severely injured a Japanese car owner at a anti-Japanese / Protecting Diaoyu island demonstration was caught in Henan Province on Oct 2. The case is currently under investigation. On September 15th, Xi’an residence Li Jianli drove his Japanese brand car and encountered the crowd of anti-Japan demonstration. His car was attacked and damaged by dozens of people and his head was struck 4 times by suspect with a U shaped steel lock, which cracked his […]Read more…

Are the Diaoyu protesters behaving rationally?

| September 12th, 2012

Of mice and menace [By Jia Qiang/]

Have anti-Japanese sentiments gone too far in China in the wake of the intensification of the Diaoyu Islands controversy? Some Chinese writers think so. After Japanese activists landed on the islands to reassert Japanese ownership following Hong Kong activists’ landing, protests were sparked throughout China, and some protesters smashed Japanese cars.

Liu Wending, in a column that was published at, a website published by the State Council Information Office, wrote that “some [protesters] threatened […]Read more…

After a Japanese guy lost his bicycle in China…

| February 22nd, 2012

On Feb. 17th, a Japanese young man lost his bicycle in Wuhan, China. He has a dream to travel around the world on his bicycle and has been to more than dozen countries. Two days ago, he came to Wuhan, China. But, unexpected thing happened. His bicycle got stolen.  He felt very depressed and then asked for help on He posted:“This bicycle is like my girlfriend. I’m so sad for losing her. Hope Chinese friends here could help me […]Read more…

First successful sexual harassment lawsuit in Guangzhou

| June 22nd, 2011

From Netease:

[The 3 photos taken at the year-end party by Miss A’s colleagues which were later used as critical evidence in her lawsuit against the Japanese molester. ]

Miss A worked in a Japanese company. From September 2008, her Japanese supervisor started to sexually harass her by touching her body, like her neck and her waist. After she rejected him, he complained to A that he thinks she is too cool. "I feel extremely stressed at the time and was afraid […]Read more…

Japanese Netizens turn Chinese derogatory term into beautiful young girl anime character

| November 2nd, 2010

日本鬼子: (Chinese pronunciation: Rìběn guǐzi and Japanese: Hinomoto Oniko) Literally “Japanese son of ghost” means Japanese Devils, is a term used (in China) as a disparaging epithet against the Japanese (because of the war crimes committed by the imperial Japanese Army during World War II).

小日本 (xiǎo Rìběn) — Literally "little Japan"(ese). This term is very common (Google Search returns 21,000,000 results as of August 2007). The term can be used to refer to either Japan or individual Japanese. "小", or […]Read more…

China’s panda dies in Japan during sperm collection

| September 13th, 2010

Could not have come at a better time to add salt to the wound for the Sino-Japan relations, which was already “cracked” over the arrest of the Chinese fishing boat captain after the collision incident in waters near the territorial disputed Diaoyutai Islands.  This time, China’s national treasure, giant panda died in Japan.

(From Taobao) Kobe (the sixth-largest city in Japan) government announced on September 9, the 14-year-old male giant panda Xing Xing (formerly known has Long Long) kept in the […]Read more…

A Japanese opinion on China being world factory

| March 31st, 2010

This is actually an old post, the earliest one I could find is from on March 29, 2006, however, it came back to life these days and was reposted by sohu business review, etc. and was recently referred by the popular commentary talk show Behind the Headlines with Wen Tao (铿锵三人行) on Phoenix TV.

Here is translation of the  content:

I am a typical so-called “economic animal” Japanese businessman, I have been China for over 6 years working […]Read more…