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August 5, 1957

Record of Conversation of N.S. Khrushchev with Vice President of the “Japan-USSR” Friendship Society Kazami Akira

Kazami and Khrushchev discuss the development of Soviet-Japanese relations and Japanese independence. Kazami inquires about the possible participation of Japanese specialist in the industrial development of Siberia. He also asks about the potential transfer of the Kuril Islands to Japan. 

April 14, 1969

Record of Furui-Zhou Enlai Meeting

Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai and Japanese Diet member Furui Yoshimi discuss bilateral relations between China and Japan. Zhou is critical of both the Soviet Union and the United States. The two sides pay particular attention to Japan's relations with Taiwan.

October 20, 1956

Gazette of the State Council of the People's Republic of China, 1956, No. 37 (Overall Issue No. 63)

This issue features a joint statement from Zhou Enlai and Nepali Prime Minister Tanka Prasad Acharya. It also includes a joint press release about the visit of Indonesian President Sukarno and a telegram from Zhou Enlai about an exhibition of Japanese goods. Other sections discuss state control over purchases and sales of grain, the division of surplus profits from state-owned enterprises, and agricultural production in disaster areas.

July 5, 1956

Gazette of the State Council of the People's Republic of China, 1956, No. 25 (Overall Issue No. 51)

This issue includes a statement about Sino-Cambodian economic aid and discusses the fate of those who committed war crimes during the Japanese invasion of China. It also addresses matters related to construction and design. One section considers the accuracy of Chinese terms for Islam.

February 22, 1956

Gazette of the State Council of the People's Republic of China, 1956, No. 07 (Overall Issue No. 33)

This issue discusses a government proposal for the normalization of Sino-Japanese relations. It also addresses the transformation of private industries and the liquidation of private enterprise property. Other sections cover labor protections for coal miners, the promotion of standard Mandarin, plans for pinyin, as well as awards for outstanding teachers and students who have sought to combat illiteracy.

December 12, 1955

Gazette of the State Council of the People's Republic of China, 1955, No. 21 (Overall Issue No. 24)

This issue first reiterates rules that prohibit local officials from offering transportation, banquets, or gifts to Party, government, and military personnel during visits or inspections. It also includes a statement about the first meeting of the Sino-Bulgarian Cooperative Science and Technology Committee and reports that discuss Sino-Japanese relations. Other sections cover wages, bank deposits, Mandarin-language education, and support for children's activities related to the "Little Five-Year Plan."

October 29, 1955

Gazette of the State Council of the People's Republic of China, 1955, No. 18 (Overall Issue No. 21)

This issue includes a statement from Mao about the establishment of agricultural cooperatives. Other sections discuss plans for the Sixth Plenary Session of the Seventh CCP Central Committee, the Sino-Egyptian trade agreement, and trade negotiations between China and Ceylon (later Sri Lanka). Furthermore, it includes a joint statement from Peng Zhen, General Secretary of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, and the head of a delegation from the Japanese Diet, Kanbayashiyama Eikichi.

November 10, 1986

Cable No. 3025, Foreign Minister to Ambassador Nakae, 'The Prime Minister’s Visit to China (The Meeting with Chairman Deng - On the Reform of Political System)'

A report about Deng's hopes for social and economic reforms in China.

November 9, 1986

Meeting with Premier Zhao Ziyang (Notice)

Zhao and Nakasone discuss economic relations between China and Japan.

November 9, 1986

Cable No. 3775, Ambassador Nakae to the Foreign Minister, 'The Prime Minister’s Visit to China (Meeting with Premier Zhao - Petition for Commerce and Industry Club)'

Prime Minister Nakasone brings up points of Chinese taxation on Japanese industrialists and Japanese schools in China.