China had No Objection to Japan's Control over Senkaku Islands

A Letter of Appreciation sent to Japan from China on May, 1920; another proof has been discovered to strengthen Japan's territorial claim over Senkaku Islands.

It is the letter in which Chinese Consulate-General in Nagasaki, Japan appreciates the Japanese people for the rescue of 31 Chinese fishermen from Fújiàn, China whose ship sank off Senkaku Islands, Yaeyama county, Okinawa Prefecture, Imperial Japan, in 1919.

The old but newly discovered letter addressed to Mayor of Ishigaki village, Okinawa, Imperial Japan specifically recognizes Senkaku Islands as part of Japan.

http://bit.ly/eVAvgE   See the related article and a photo of the letter of appreciation sent to Japan.

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