A rich account of how and why china rebuilt its economic relationship with japan so soon after the devastating experience of world war two king argues that the period between 1949 and 1971 was an important moment of non western modernisation stemming from the legacy of the japanese empire industry and war in china. My book china japan relations after world war two empire industry and war 1949 1971 cambridge university press 2016 explains how and why japan became chinas most important economic partner in the aftermath of major war and at a time when the two countries were still cold war opponents the book is based on hundreds of declassified . China japan relations after world war ii empire industry and war 1949 1971 amy king australian national university cambridge cambridge university press 2016. In 2008 china japan trade grew to 2664 billion a rise of 125 percent on 2007 making china and japan the top two way trading partners china was also the biggest destination for japanese exports in 2009 since the end of world war ii sino japanese relations are still mired in tension. China and japan are geographically separated only by a relatively narrow stretch of oceanchina has strongly influenced japan with its writing system architecture culture religion philosophy and lawwhen western countries forced japan to open trading in the mid 19th century japan moved towards modernization meiji restoration viewing china as an antiquated civilization unable to
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