BBC South Asia
Shares of affected Japanese firms fall The demonstrations against Japan have turned violent in some places Shares of some Japanese firms that have suspended part of their operations in China in wake of the anti-Japan protests have fallen in Tokyo.
The Christian Science Monitor
ments Japan digs in, suspends services to China The territorial dispute between China and Japan over tiny uninhabited islands in the East China Sea continues to escalate. Mass anti-Japan protests in China lead to the Japanese suspending businesses...
Japanese coastguards said Tuesday they had warned away a Chinese boat spotted near an island at the heart of a escalating territorial row between Beijing and Tokyo. The Chinese fisheries patrol boat was sighted near the main islet in the group of...
Panetta arrives for meetings amid rising tensions Washington will not take sides over the Diaoyu Islands and urges a peaceful resolution amid escalating tension, US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said in Tokyo on Monday before arriving in Beijing.
ghosts of the past Both economies need each other, but the politics between these two countries are a good deal more complex Editorial Left to their own devices, relations between Japan and China are bound to improve...China is Japan's single largest...
September 17, 2012 Chinese protestors stage an anti Japan rally outside the Japan Embassy on Sept. 15, 2012 in Beijing. A number of Japanese companies have announced plans to close shop, at least temporarily, as anti-Japan sentiment flares. (Lintao...