On Street Near Protests, Japanese Businesses Shut Down, Chinese Businesses Call for Action Against Japanese
On September 16, 2012, a large crowd of protestors gathered outside the Japanese Embassy in Beijing. The following photos were taken on September 16, 2012 on a street near the Embassy.
|The signs on the doors read:|
"Closed. The Diaoyu Islands are China's.
Do not yield an inch of sovereign land."
|The restaurant has covered up the characters for "Japanese."|
The signs read: "The Diaoyu Islands are China's sovereign land.
Down with Japanese militarism."
|The sign on the door says "Closed."|
The sigh on the right reads "Support China, Return the Diaoyu Islands."
|The signs on the door read "Closed" and|
"The Diaoyu Islands are China's."
|The signs say "The Diaoyu Islands are China from antiquity"|
and "Sovereign land is sacred and cannot be allowed to be invaded."
|Not a Japanese business. The sign says:|
"Boycott Japanese dogs."
|Another non-Japanese business. The sign on the mannequin says:|
"Better the land be filled with graves if that's what it takes to
kill Japanese dogs. Kill Kill Kill"