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One of Japan's biggest hotel chains is denying that the Nanjing Massacre took place

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Chinese tourists are boycotting APA hotels in droves, one of Japan’s largest hotel chains, after people discovered it had placed books denying the Nanjing massacre throughout its rooms.

The book, titled “Theoretical Modern History II — The Real History of Japan,” was written by the CEO of the APA Group, Toshio Motoya, who wrote under the pen name Seiji Fuji.

The Nanjing massacre refers to the Japanese military invasion of the city of Nanjing in China in 1937, in which around 300,000 Chinese citizens were believed to be murdered and over 20,000 women were sexually assaulted by the Japanese troops. Read more…

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