On the anniversary of an event that triggered the 1931 Japanese invasion and occupation of Manchuria, Chinese activists and protesters went out to demonstrate, some violently. Helping fuel these protests were disputes between Japan and China on the ownership of uninhabited islands northeast of Taiwan. Margaret Warner reports.
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