May 3, 1928, excusing the Nationalist Revolutionay army, which was in the way of North Expedition, raped the overseas Japanese in the town of Jinan, Japanese army marched and slaughtered Chinese soldiers and people as many as 6,000. This is later called the Jinan Incident. Japanese army seized Jinan and was not retreated until the signature of negotiation next year. Chiang Kai-shek had considered this incident as the upmost of the shames in his life. This incident crushed the mutual trust between the two countries, and had left extremely bad influences for future Wars and anti-Japanese emotions. For details you may refer to our research finding: Huang Fu-ching, "China's Image of Japan: A Note of Tai Chi-Tao's "On Japan"".
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