Hot Soup Thrown, Honda Burned in Growing Japan-China Tiff
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Meanwhile, the Japanese Consulate General in Shanghai said at least four people have been injured as a result of anti-Japanese backlash. In one incident, a Japanese man had hot noodles thrown in his face. In another incident, a man was kicked several times after being asked whether he was Japanese, according to a statement posted by the Consulate General online.
On Thursday, a man in Shanghai’s Baoshin District reportedly set his Honda Civic on fire, in front of a Honda dealership, unfurling signs that read “Japanese devils return home.”