China Incident

China Incident:

see Sino-Japanese War, SecondSino-Japanese War, Second,
1937–45, conflict between Japanese and Chinese forces for control of the Chinese mainland. The war sapped the Nationalist government's strength while allowing the Communists to gain control over large areas through organization of guerrilla units.
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UCLA suspended LiAngelo and the two other Bruins players as punishment for the China incident. The ex-Bruins freshman said he agreed with his father's decision to remove him from the school.
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The militarists again forced the government's hand by precipitating the so-called China incident. Japanese troops had been stationed in and around Peking ever since a multi-national expeditionary force, which included Europeans and Americans, suppressed the Boxer Rebellion in 1900 and forced China to sign the Boxer Protocol.
Looking at such things as the influence of the China incident, USPhilippine trade negotiations etc., I think we should take the trouble to put up with his selfish wishes for a short while."
This new Japanese film "reality" was enhanced by the industry's belated conversion to sound and the emergence of a war drama genre reflecting government policy regarding the officially designated "China Incident." This national spirit was most evident in combat films, portraying the loyal familial group, invariably a small military unit, engaging a usually faceless Chinese enemy, in which one or more heroic types make the ultimate self sacrifice--represented by such classics as Five Scouts (1938) and Mud and Soldiers (1939), but reaching their zenith in the "Human Bomb" patriotic films.
Bush foreign policy--the China incident aside--looks like a smashmouth approach to global relations.
The Institute had to find ways of dealing with the Manchurian Incident (1931), Japan's withdrawal from the League of Nations (1933), the China Incident (1937), and then the Pacific War (1941-45).
And I don't know if you remember the incident--February 14, 1968, the China Incident." You, President Johnson, Vice President Humphrey, Clark Clifford, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Wheeler, General Taylor, [Press Secretary] George Christian, Secretary of State Rusk, [presidential aide] Tom Johnson, and [National Security Adviser] Walt Rostow met for thirty minutes about "the China Incident." Do you remember that?
His acquiescence with the decisions of starting the Manchuria crisis, the China incident, and the Pacific war appeared as patriotic as his "courageous imperial decision" to end the war in 1945 (125).
In the China incident, which fortunately did not result in deaths, the students barricaded themselves in classrooms and hid during the attack.
Even postwar Greater East Asianists would modify his claim that, "although the Greater East Asia War seemed, in form, to be a war of aggression, it was in essence a war of liberation." They would agree that the Sino-Japanese and Russo-Japanese wars were undertaken in self-defense and, furthermore, had positive effects on anticolonial struggles in China and India, but they argue that the subsequent annexation of Korea and the various China incidents were the work of runaway militarists who distorted the defensive/emancipatory agenda.

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