The “uninhabited island” of Okinawa was bought by the Chinese! Japanese media surprise: overlooking the US military base in Japan | International | Sanli News Network SETN.COM

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▲A Chinese woman said she bought an uninhabited island in Okinawa three years ago. (Picture / flip from

Recently, a piece of news has been widely discussed on Weibo. It is rumored that a female entrepreneur surnamed Zhang from Shandong, China bought an uninhabited island in Okinawa, Japan. After the news was exposed, it attracted the attention of the Japanese media. The “SAKISIRU” website reported that although the purchased “Yanaha Island” is not very important in terms of security, if Ms. Zhang sells the island to a Chinese state-owned enterprise, Beijing officials will have a strategic location overlooking the US military base stationed in Japan. , must guard against!

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“Yanaha Island” is located in Okinawa, Japan, and its size is only about 700,000 square meters. At the end of January, Ms. Zhang released a short video, saying that she bought this uninhabited island three years ago; SAKISIRU also made a special report on this matter on February 5, pointing out that the use of Yanaha Island is not limited to business,There are 917 ownerships in the whole island, and Ms. Zhang’s company bought 720, and the remaining ownership belongs to the private sector.

▲ “SAKISIRU” inferred from the appearance of the island that the one that was bought was Okinawaya Naha Island. (Picture / flip from Weibo)

The signing date for the purchase of the island is in 2020On December 24, 720 ownerships have been transferred and registered on February 2, 2021, so Ms. Zhang’s company is now the largest island owner.“SAKISIRU” analyzed that although Yanaha Island is not an important area that is restricted from purchase in terms of security, if the island owner resells its property rights to a Chinese state-owned enterprise, it will help the Chinese government to monitor Okinawa Island, including those stationed in Japan. U.S. military base in Okinawa.

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This news made Japanese netizens dissatisfied and criticized on Twitter, “Sell ​​the island to the Chinese, then it becomes Chinese territory. Is the Japanese government not protesting? “The Japanese government should amend the law as soon as possible to prevent or restrict foreigners from buying Japanese land” “This will be the first step of China’s invasion of Okinawa.” But there are also some Japanese who think that if all the procedures are legal, there is nothing to protest.

Chinese netizens, on the other hand, spoke arrogantly on Weibo, “Ryukyu belongs to China”, “It was originally our country’s inherent territory, I hope the country has doubled the price, and it will be taken from her as state-owned”, “Buy the whole of Japan , become China’s Ryukyu Province”, “Ryukyu was not a Japanese territory in the first place, but was handed over to Japan by the United States out of selfishness after World War II, and it has no legitimacy.”

It is understood that Ms. Zhang said that the bidding price for this uninhabited island was only RMB 600,000 (approximately NT$2.65 million). Although she does not know how much she won the final bid, Ms. Zhang said that she just wanted to buy the uninhabited island. It can be used as a resort, or resold, subleased to others, or developed in cooperation with other companies. It has not been disclosed that it has military use.

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