On September 29th, China and Japan marked their 45th anniversary for restoring diplomatic ties. The two countries are now major economic powers and trade partners, yet many unresolved issues dating back to the wartime era continue to create a rift between them. Why do such tensions still exist? What role do government policies play? Will increasing numbers of tourists traveling between the two countries soothe the traditionally frayed relations?

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