Japanese Embassy in China even posted a notice saying “Do not speak Japanese loudly”

“When going out, be mindful of your behavior, such as not speaking Japanese out loud unnecessarily.”

As anti-Japanese sentiment in China escalated 토토사이트as Japan began releasing contaminated water from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant on the 24th, the Japanese Embassy in China cautioned its citizens in China.

The Japanese Embassy in China posted a notice on its website on the 25th (local time) titled ‘Attention due to the start of ocean discharge of treated water (contaminated water)’ and included this content. It also added that “if you need to visit the embassy, ​​you should take a good look around the embassy.” The day before the release of the contaminated water, “Please be aware that an unexpected situation may occur due to the release of the treated water (contaminated water) into the ocean,” a notice was posted for two days in a row.

This seems to be due to concerns about anti-Japanese sentiment in China following the release of contaminated water. China has taken measures such as a “total ban” on imports of Japanese seafood products, and has strongly criticized Japan’s discharge of contaminated water every day. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin said at a regular briefing on the 25th, “China expresses firm opposition and strong condemnation to the Japanese government’s unilateral discharge of contaminated water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant accident in the ocean, ignoring strong opposition from the international community.” We have filed strict negotiations on the matter,” he said. Hong Kong also increased the number of metropolitan municipalities in Japan that are subject to a ban on seafood imports from five to 10.

As the discharge of contaminated water began in earnest on the 24th, some netizens shared a list of Japanese cosmetics products, and boycott movements are emerging on SNS in China.






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