Mature?

Chinese Premier Refuses to stand next to Japanese Prime Minister

NTV’s “Bankisha” produces a photo that pretty much sums up recent Chinese diplomacy towards Japan:

In Saturday’s group photo marking the end of the East Asia-ASEAN Summit in Hanoi, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao was apparently supposed to stand between Prime Minister Naoto Kan of Japan and Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung of Vietnam. Wen , having no desire to stand next to Kan, forced his way onto the other side of Nguyen. For a while, there was an awkward gap between Kan and the Vietnamese leader. (Australia’s Prime Minister Julia Gillard stepped in and filled the gap.)

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