In China, there are 35 heavily guarded Japanese schools!

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Source: wechat official account: authorized daily Yijian

The Chinese culture is broad and profound. It has already gone to the world. Now you can speak Chinese in Singapore and Malaysia and even communicate with the local people.

If you go to Japan, even if you can’t speak Japanese, you can write down where you want to go and what you want to do. As long as you take a pen and write it down, the other party will understand your general meaning. Because there are many words in Japanese that are identical with Chinese and are universal.

Chinese culture has been brilliant for 5000 years, and now it shines in the world. Of course, we should be happy, but at the same time, we should also be vigilant:

While Chinese culture is moving towards the world, foreign culture is quietly invading our country.

Last year, when the Japanese style street in Dalian opened, it detonated the network and became a hot network event.

Everyone is very indignant. This is the most painful place trampled by the Japanese in Dalian and the three northeastern provinces. Now, just over 70 years ago, there has been a Japanese style street in a dignified place, which is really unacceptable.

Later, the Japanese style street in Dalian was declared closed for rectification amid the whole society’s Crusade.

This is only reported by the media, which has aroused the strong indignation of netizens. What if it is not reported? I checked the information. In Suzhou, Jiangsu Province, a Japanese style street was built before, but it was closed due to the pressure of public opinion.

However, just when I was pleased, I found another piece of news that made my scalp numb – Japanese schools!

Yes, Japanese schools, as the name suggests, are schools that only Japanese people can attend.

In China, there are 35 Japanese schools, all of which are in the first and second tier cities.

The history of the first batch of Japanese schools in Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Hangzhou, Suzhou, Dalian, Qingdao and other places can even be traced back to more than 30 years ago.

The names of these Japanese schools are very straightforward, with the city name in front and the XX Japanese school in the back.

Among them, the largest Japanese school in China. Guess where it is?

Yes, it is the largest city in China, Shanghai.

The name, of course, is Shanghai Japanese school.

You can find it on Baidu. The first one is their school’s official website. After clicking it, you can find that the school has two school addresses, one in Hongqiao and the other in Pudong New Area.

The school was founded in 1987 and donated by Japanese enterprises. It is the Japanese school with the largest number of single students among the 95 Japanese schools in the world. The primary school has more than 1100 students.


Later, I learned that the average score of the students in this Japanese school was 5-10 points higher than that in the highest region in Japan. I don’t know why they took so much trouble to train these students.

And there is another message.

two thousand and one

In, thanks to the efforts of the Japan Chamber of Commerce and industry in Shanghai and the Consulate General of Japan in Shanghai, they also opened the “high school” of the only Japanese school in the world except Japan.


Take this Japanese school in Shanghai as an example. In their Pudong Campus, you can see the enrollment pictures on the school’s official website. The school building style and housing design are exactly the same as those in Japan. There are all Japanese children. They speak Japanese every day, learn Japanese culture, and see Japanese teachers.

The only difference is that the land under their feet is in China, not Japan.

But even so, these Japanese schools have done a very good job of keeping secrets.

Why should I use the word “heavily guarded”?

Because, all, yes, you are right. There is a sign outside all Japanese schools, which says that Chinese people are not allowed to come near.

There are many bloggers on station B who have taken videos of similar visits to Japanese schools.

However, before we got to the door, the security guard found us across the street. They were not allowed to shoot here.


You can use the keywords “heavily guarded” and “Japanese schools” to search.

You will find that there are many such videos, but they are all taken outside. You can’t see what’s going on inside.

The big iron gate is guarded. Some of them have barbed wire. The school has antennas and guards, just like a country within a country.


Seeing this, some people may want to say that we should respect the cultural traditions of others and the cultures of other countries. If you are not allowed to enter, don’t enter.

Of course that’s right.

However, there are a lot of Chinese in Japan around you. Just ask them if you can find a Chinese School in Japan with the same nature, and then the regulations are as strict as those in Japanese schools in China. Except for Chinese, Japanese are not allowed to enter? Do you have any?

Of course, some people will make an analogy with Chinatown. In fact, there is no comparability at all. Chinatown will not restrict foreigners’ entry, nor will foreigners come to take photos and security guards rush out.

This is absolutely impossible.

It’s certainly right to respect the culture of other countries, but since your school is built on the territory of China, why don’t you let us close? Are you the Embassy?

Sorry, the Japanese embassy also allows Chinese people to go in for normal business.

What’s more, you’re just a school. What’s the secret?

Therefore, this point alone is incomprehensible.

In addition to what I said, some people broke the news on the Internet. The confidentiality work of these Japanese schools is very strict. They usually close the curtains in class.

Excuse me, what are you doing with the curtains? It’s just class.

Are you putting on any shady propaganda film for fear that the Chinese will know?

Is it true that in your class, the history of the Japanese invasion of China and the Nanjing Massacre does not exist at all?

In those days, the Chinese invaded Japan, and the just Americans came out to help you. So now Japan still has American bases to prevent the Chinese from invading Japan again. Is that right?

You must have indoctrinated the Japanese children in this way. Otherwise, why do you have to draw the curtains for class? It’s too difficult to understand.


Of course, that’s not all.

It is said that these Japanese schools are not subject to the supervision and management of our Chinese education department, but are directly managed by their Japanese embassy.

The textbooks they taught were all written by the Japanese themselves.

The teachers and security guards in the school, even those who look at the gate, are all Japanese. It’s impossible for you to say that the Chinese want to be a cook.

These Japanese schools are like a country within a country. After entering, you will find that there is no Chinese element at all. They are all Japanese symbols.

After those Japanese children entered these schools, we can imagine what kind of thoughts they were usually indoctrinated with.

Because they are completely closed, they can only see and contact the Japanese, hear the knowledge taught by the Japanese teachers, and listen to the Japanese teachers instill hatred towards us Chinese.

Therefore, this is not a Japanese school at all. It is more like a huge Japanese spy agency.

Spy agency, this is not my alarmist talk.

Looking back at history, we were surprised to find that similar Japanese schools had appeared in the late Qing Dynasty.

In 1894, when the Sino Japanese War of 1894 was defeated, the Qing government was forced to sign the Treaty of Shimonoseki. It was this treaty that enabled the Japanese jinweidu to reach an agreement with liukunyi, governor of the two rivers: Nanjing Tongwen Academy was established in Miaoxiang nunnery in Nanjing. Later, Tongwen Academy was moved to Shanghai and formally renamed East Asia Tongwen Academy.

All the students of these academies are recruited by the Ministry of foreign affairs from all levels of Japanese counties. In addition to learning, their biggest task is to travel around China.

Everyone must master more than two kinds of Chinese dialects, Beijing dialect and Shanghai dialect, which are necessary. At the same time, they also print the most detailed and up-to-date map of China, so that each student can have a copy, so as to study the content on weekdays and facilitate travel.

The places to travel are assigned by the teachers. In groups of several people, they go deep into all parts of China, and even go to the Chinese gathering places in Nanyang, mainly by water and railway, focusing on the economy, geography, culture and public sentiment along the transportation line.

While inspecting, these Japanese students also sorted out their travel diaries. After returning, the Academy sorted them out and handed them to the Japanese government as a reference for China policy.


Because the travel is a field survey, besides the written records, the students also have charts, sketches, photos and other supporting evidence. According to statistics, from 1901 to 1945, more than 5000 students successively participated in the survey in China, with more than 700 travel routes covering all provinces in China except Tibet. In addition, they also went to Southeast Asian countries such as the Philippines, Vietnam and Siberia in Russia.

Among them, the longest trip was a trip to Xinjiang in 1905 by Lin Chuxian Jiro, a second-term student. The trip lasted 274 days, reaching Tianshan North Road and reaching the border between China and Russia

It is precisely because of the existence of these Japanese schools that the Japanese repeatedly succeeded in the early days of the war of aggression against China, causing huge losses and painful disasters to China.

Later, after the end of World War II, the East Asian Tongwen Academy was forcibly dissolved by the Allied forces in the name of espionage.

We should take history as a mirror, look at history, and then look at these Japanese schools now.

How similar!

The parents of Japanese children who go to these schools are all Japanese who do business in China. They earn Chinese money and eat Chinese food. In the end, they secretly let their children go to Japanese special schools and receive this kind of education that hates Chinese people on the land provided by the Chinese people.

Excuse me, is there such a reason?

Therefore, we must be vigilant.

The ancients often said that we should be prepared for danger in times of peace.

Although Japan was defeated after World War II, they are not like Germany.

First, the Japanese mainland has not been attacked by major wars. Many war criminals have narrowly escaped and failed to stand trial. As a result, Japanese militarism has not been completely eradicated. Instead, it has taken root in Japan. The visits to the Yasukuni Shrine in recent years are a clear example.

Second, after World War II, with the help of the Americans, Japan’s economy developed rapidly. Now it is the third largest economy in the world, second only to China and the United States.

Although there is a risk of economic crisis due to the explosion of Japanese government bonds, Japan’s strength is there. They are eyeing us all the time and covetously looking at the Chinese people.

Therefore, we must also summon up the spirit of 120, 000. We must always attach great importance to the cultural penetration of the Japanese as our Oriental neighbor. It is always the time to proceed. We must not regret too late because of our numbness and slackness!

Finally, what is the purpose of cultural aggression?

In fact, there are no more than four major points: desalinating historical memory, cultivating “Pro Japanese faction”, plundering RMB and grabbing demographic dividends.

In particular, Japan needs to complete the introduction of a large number of high-end talents to ordinary labor. The most immediate effect is to seize every opportunity to publicize the superiority of Japanese society. In fact, the former Japanese style street is the best way.

But now, the Japanese style street has been shut down. Don’t think we will finish the task and can rest easy.

Those Japanese students who come out of Japanese schools will basically stay in China and go to work in all walks of life.

They are all handsome men and beautiful women. They have a lot of money. With the skills taught in Japanese schools, they are bound to attract many Chinese people to work for them.

Can you defend Japan, but can you defend the Chinese?

At that time, it will be too late for us to regret!

I know that the effect of an article is limited, but the responsibility of the media is to remind everyone not to forget.

Ordinary people are very tired and busy at work every day. Everyone has their own work, family, wife, children, parents and relatives. It’s good for you to remember your parents’ birthdays and wife and children’s anniversaries. How can you have time to remember these?

Therefore, this is our responsibility. We should constantly remind you in your ears and tell you:

Poison teaching materials haven’t been solved yet. Everyone should pay attention to them! Also, Japanese schools are emerging again. Cultural invasion, vigilance, vigilance! “

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