CHINESE, JAPANESE PEOPLE SHOULD CHERISH HARD-WON PEACE: YU ZHENGSHENG

Chinese and Japanese people should more cherish the hard-won peace, and the international community need to honestly face up to history, top political advisor Yu Zhengsheng said Wednesday.[Special coverage]

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