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nnnnn china is stirring the pot with a controversial national holiday this year it's called victory day of the chinese people's war of resistance against japanese aggression and it marks seventy years since china claim victory over the japanese in a one off occasion chinese are marking september third with a military parade and a day off such spontaneous holidays are very rare here , but do you know cement is worrying japanese businesses and members of the japanese community here who have been dealing with violent anti japan protests in recent years shanghai bureau chief cousin jordy takeda's , i think the risk they're seeing is that something that just this whole image of of of that was just displayed on t. v. where japanese cars were getting bashed on streets , and how that since stopped , people on from buying the chinese consumers from buying japanese cars the fear that that could , the sentiment of the bulletin jeff anti japan sentiment could make people wear wary about buying japanese cars at that time , the relationship between china and japan is rockier than ever nations are locked in a conflict over an island chain in the east china sea and chin so obvious military ambitions are not helping things , tensions have been on the simmer for years sometimes boiling over into massive anti japan protests like the ones that swept through shanghai in two thousand five badly damaging the japanese consulate , but it's not all about keeping old enemy on its toes critics say the anniversaries also way to shift focus away from problems at home like corruption in the government