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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 15th-16th century Japan claims control of the Islands Chinese archives acknowledge China declares sovereignty The US returns control The UN Economic Commission for Asia and the Pacific suggests there may 1969 undersea oil reserves around of the Islands to Japan 1972 the Islands 1978 in WW2 during the Ming Dynasty Friendship Treaty, the conflict is put aside for future resolution 1996 By signing the Japan-China Right wing Japenese youth association lands on the Islands and builds a lighthouse. 3 months later activists from Hong Kong sovereignty of the islands The Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs rents out the Islands 2004 2002 and Taiwan arrive on the Islands in protest Chinese activists 2010 Japanese boat collides with Chinese authorities arrest Chinese captain Hong Kong activists land on the Islands. 5 days later Japanese activists erect the national flag 6 Chinese ships sail into September 2012 assert their claim 1971 Massive anti-Japanese protests erupt throughout China after defeat of Japan 1945 Islands are under US control 2013 1895 over the Islands 1895 Japan sells the Islands July 2012 to private buyer The Japanese government decides to buy back the Islands August 2012 September 2012 arrive on the trawler near the Islands. Japanese waters around the Islands to China enacts new air-defence identification zone over the islands Islands in protest Deconstructing the Sino-Japan Conflict: The Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands China Japan Regional for profit
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