谜语四不像动物生肖图 【555400管家婆解平特 【
发布于:2020-01-29 23:36:18  浏览:746549

?Original title: the Japanese right-wing who kicked the bronze statue of "comfort women" in the field of vision even quibbled about Cai Ying's "soft foot shrimp" in the island. The live video of Japanese right-wing people kicking the bronze statue of "comfort women" in Tainan was exposed, which was denounced by public opinion on both sides of the Taiwan Strait. But he not only does not "repent", but also defends himself "numb feet" on the Internet and is "maliciously intercepted photos"... On the morning of February 22, the Kuomintang and women's groups in the island held a press conference to ask Tsai ing Wen not to be "Shenyin" and to stand up quietly, and to ask the Taiwan authorities to list Fujii Shiyan, a representative of the right wing group, as an unwelcome figure and refuse him to enter Taiwan again. The incident of Japan's right wing kicking the bronze statue of "comfort women" was first exposed by Xie Longjie, chairman of the party Department of Tainan City of the Kuomintang, on the social platform on the evening of February 2. He wrote that 25 Japanese groups went to Taiwan to "negotiate" on the bronze statue of "comfort women" and submitted a public interrogator. During the period (February 5), Japanese representatives kicked the bronze statue of "comfort women" with their feet, not only kicking a few feet, but also posing poses for 谜语四不像动物生肖图 people to take photos. On February 21, Xie Longjie led nearly 100 people to the north and took the bronze statue of "comfort women" to protest at the site of "Japan Taiwan Exchange Association", saying that if the "Japanese representative" did not apologize, he would not give up. Many people are even more furious, smashing eggs at the Association building. Protesters demanded that Mr. Fujii immediately apologize to the statue before leaving the country, that Mr. Tanaka, Japan's representative to Taiwan, publicly apologize to the Taiwanese people for the incident, and that Mr. Xie Changting, Taiwan's representative to Japan, protest against Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.