|This one pretty much explains itself.|
(钓鱼岛, actually meaning "Fishing Islands") belong. In case you havven`t heard about that, read something about it here:
The islands are uninhabited, but it is assumed that in this area lie large fishing grounds and mentionable oil reserves.
|( I ) love my country - protect/preserve the Diaoyu Islands|
Flanked by a national campaign of Anti-Japanese propaganda and ocassionally sending military ships into the region (of course Japan does the same). China and Japan have a lot of unresolved issues since WW II, as Japan until today still hasn`t completely come to terms with its past, and so other unresolved conflicts like this territotial one can be easily blown out of proportion.
|Get lost Japan! Diaoyu Islands belong to China|
The result of this Anti-Japanese campaigning can be seen on the pictures - a lot of Chinese expressing their - well, discontent about Japan on car stickers, displays and banners. Or at least that they love their country - including the Diaoyu Islands.
|Diaoyu Islands are China`s "mystical territory/magic land/territory of Gods and Demons".||Whatever that means.|
|Love for China and Diaoyu Islands|
Additionally a lot of Anti-Japanese demonstrations and protests take place in front of Japanese embassies, so also here in Shenyang a couple of weeks ago. Also calls for boycotting Japanese restaurants and products can be heard every now and then. And it is said that first Chinese remove the brand logos from their Japanese cars as they fear them otherwise getting damaged.
So far haven`t heard of harassments of Japanese here in Shenyang, but I guess it must be an unpleasant feeling seeing such bumper stickers every day as an Japanese. And probably better to keep a little bit low profile as long as this ridiculous episode of "Who has the longest schlong in in East Asia" is going on.