With our curiosity piqued and our wallet willing, we picked up a copy to see what it had to offer. The clever pronunciation poster features 50 different anime characters , one for each of the basic 50 sounds in Japanese. Written next to each is the corresponding hiragana phonetic character, each with a cute girl whose name corresponds to that sound. The DVD has cultural notes about Japan , such as a description about how people in Japan decorate their homes with cucumbers and eggplants for the summer Obon festival. The main attraction here, though, is the booklet which takes lines from popular anime such as the Monogatari series, Psycho-Pass , and Baka and Test. Each page is split into two columns, with a section of anime dialogue, in Japanese, on the left and its Chinese translation on the right.
The drawn character represents a relatively young devilish woman wearing Japanese traditional attires, accompanied by a small selection of side characters. With an impressive amount of fan art and videos, Hinomoto Oniko quickly became a Japanese internet phenomenon as a peculiar way to fight back and mock the derogatory slang, and has even taken Chinese netizens by surprise. The Wikipedia article on the subject of Anti-Japanese sentiment  , also called Japanophobia or Nipponophobia , gives a detailed overview of its historical trend in the United States as well as in the other Asian countries surrounding Japan. The resentment is so great that separate Wikipedia articles have been made for China  and Korea  respectively to explain the phenomenon further.
One of the most horrible events of the Japanese occupation of China was the Rape of Nanking. Unspeakable atrocities were committed throughout the Yangtze Delta, which includes Nanking as well as Shanghai. No one knows how many Chinese were butchered. The extent of the atrocities did not come to light until after the end of World War II. The Japanese have estimated that , troops and unarmed Chinese civilians were killed.
The Good Earth is a novel by Pearl S. Buck published in that dramatizes family life in a Chinese village in the early 20th century. It is the first book in a trilogy with Sons and A House Divided