Oct. 10, 2020 — China and Japan in conflict over a museum dedicated to disputed islands (Variety of Coverage)

Yahoo: “China sought to bolster its claims to the disputed Diaoyu Islands in the East China Sea on Saturday by opening an online “museum” of newspaper clippings and other items related to the issue.”

Japan Times: “The Chinese Foreign Ministry has lambasted Tokyo’s protest against Beijing’s creation of a digital museum laying out its claims to a group of Japanese-administered islets in the East China Sea, called the Senkakus in Japan.”

South China Morning Post: “In the midst of current tensions between China and Japan in the East China Sea, a Chinese academic said Beijing wanted Tokyo to know it was intent on reducing its naval presence in the area earlier this year – an olive branch that was summarily snapped when right-wing forces in Japan hired fishing boats to go into the disputed waters, resulting in skirmishes between the two sides.

Asahi Shimbun: “Japan called on China to take down a government website that reasserts Beijing’s claim to a group of small uninhabited islets in the East China Sea whose sovereignty is the source of a long-running dispute between the two countries.”

Kyodo News: “China opened a digital museum on Saturday aimed at demonstrating the country’s claims to the Japanese-administered Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea, according to Chinese media.”

Apple Daily: “The unsteady Japan-China relationship may have received another jolt on Saturday, when the mainland opened an online virtual museum detailing its claims to sovereignty over the disputed Diaoyu Island chain.”