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China's warship concludes goodwill visit to Japan
The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy's missile destroyer "Shenzhen" left Tokyo's Harumi wharf on Saturday morning, concluding the PLA's first-ever warship visit to Japan.
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ĦE China, Japan hail historic navy arrival
THE Chinese People's Liberation Army naval missile destroyer Shenzhen arrived in Tokyo yesterday for a historic four-day visit. Shenzhen, with 345 officials and soldiers aboard, was headed by Rear Admiral Xiao Xinnian, vice
ĦE Chinese warship begins landmark visit to Japan
The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Naval missile destroyer "Shenzhen" arrived in Tokyo on Wednesday morning for a four-day visit, the first of its kind in the history of the naval force of the PLA.
ĦE Chinese naval warship arrives in Tokyo for visit
The Chinese People's Liberation Army(PLA) Naval missile destroyer "Shenzhen" arrived in Tokyo on Wednesday morning for a four-day visit. "Shenzhen", the destroyer, with 345 officers and soldiers
ĦE Japanese DM: Chinese warship's visit to Japan conducive to building mutual trust
The upcoming visit to Japan of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA)'s navy missile destroyer "Shenzhen" will be a very significant event and the military exchange is conducive to building mutual trust between
ĦE Chinese missile destroyer sets off for first visit to Japan
A Chinese naval ship left here Wednesday morning for a port call to Japan, the first such visit in the history of the naval forces of the Chinese People's Liberation Army. The missile
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ĦE China's warship concludes goodwill visit to Japan
The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy's missile destroyer "Shenzhen" left Tokyo's Harumi wharf on Saturday morning, concluding the PLA's first-ever warship visit to Japan. "Shenzhen", with
ĦE "Shenzhen" arrives in Japan for 4-day goodwill visit
The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA)'s navy missile destroyer "Shenzhen"arrives at Tokyo for a 4-day goodwill visit to Japan, Nov. 28, 2007. It's the first time for PLA vessels to visit Japan.
ĦE Naval chieves shake hands
Rear Admiral Xiao Xinnian(R), vice chief of staff of the South China Sea Fleet of the Chinese PLA (People's Liberation Army) Navy, shakes hands with Eiji Yoshikawa, chief of staff of the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force (MSDF), after
ĦE Welcoming ceremony for Chinese naval warship
A welcoming ceremony for the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy missile destroyer "Shenzhen" is held on the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force (MSDF) frigate "Thunder" in Tokyo, capital of Japan, Nov. 28, 2007. The PLA Navy
ĦE Chinese naval missile destroyer arrives in Tokyo for visit (3)
Rear Admiral Xiao Xinnian, vice chief of staff of the South China Sea Fleet of the PLA Navy and other officers get off missile destroyer Shenzhen after it docked at Harumi pier in Tokyo November 28, 2007. The warship arrived in Tokyo on
ĦE Chinese naval missile destroyer arrives in Tokyo for visit (2)
Chinese naval missile destroyer Shenzhen enters Tokyo Bay November 28, 2007. The warship arrived in Tokyo on Wednesday for the first such port call since World War Two, in the latest sign of warming ties between the Asian neighbours.

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