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Japanese monk makes amends in China

2011-05-05 01:47:36 GMT2011-05-05 09:47:36(Beijing Time)  China Daily

Iwata Ryuzo, a 75- year-old Japanese Buddhist monk, repents in Chongqing on May 3, 2011 for the atrocities committed by Japanese soldiers who invaded China in World War II and prays for the 12,000 victims who died in the bombing of the city, which was then the provisional capital of China. Ryuzo has traveled to many countries to repent for the war crimes. [Photo provided to China Daily]

Iwata Ryuzo, a 75- year-old Japanese Buddhist monk, repents in Chongqing on May 3, 2011 for the atrocities committed by Japanese soldiers who invaded China in World War II and prays for the 12,000 victims who died in the bombing of the city, which was then the provisional capital of China. [Photo/CFP]

Iwata Ryuzo, a 75- year-old Japanese Buddhist monk, repents in Chongqing on May 3, 2011 for the atrocities committed by Japanese soldiers who invaded China in World War II and prays for the 12,000 victims who died in the bombing of the city, which was then the provisional capital of China. [Photo/CFP]

Iwata Ryuzo, a 75- year-old Japanese Buddhist monk, repents in Chongqing on May 3, 2011 for the atrocities committed by Japanese soldiers who invaded China in World War II and prays for the 12,000 victims who died in the bombing of the city, which was then the provisional capital of China. Ryuzo has traveled to many countries to repent for the war crimes.

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