| September 18, 2012
Anger sparks anti-Japanese protests in China
September 18, the anniversary of Japan’s 1931 invasion of Manchuria, is seen as a day of national humiliation in China, marked by protests even when relations with Japan are stable. This year’s anniversary came amidst a Sino-Japanese dispute over an island chain called the Senkaku islands in Japanese and known to Chinese as the Diaoyu islands. NBC’s Angus Walker reports.