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China on Wednesday said it, too, has places that Japanese political leaders should visit to pay tribute to war victims, in response to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s plan to go to Pearl Harbor for that purpose later this month.

“If Japan wants to deeply reflect upon (its wartime actions) and genuinely apologize (for them)… China has many places where they can visit and ponder on the past,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang told a press briefing, citing the Memorial Hall of the Victims in the Nanking Massacre as one of them.

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