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CHICAGO Cheap Jordan Shoes For Sale , April 7 (Xinhua) -- Chicago Mayor Rahm Emmanuel and Jesus "Chuy" Garcia of the Cook County Board of Commissioners both made their final moves in the campaign for mayor as voters headed to the voting booth on Tuesday.
The polls have recently shown a 16-point gap between incumbent mayor Rahm Emmanuel and challenger Jesus "Chuy" Garcia. A poll conducted by Ogden & Fry on March 21 asked 951 Chicago voters who they would vote for, 48.5 percent said they would support Emmanuel, while 32.1 percent said they would support Garcia. Another 18.4 percent remain undecided. The poll has a margin of error of 3.24 percent.
Garcia began his day by shaking hands with voters at various Chicago public transit stations, as well as greeting students at the Illinois Institute of Technology. In a one-on-one interview with Xinhua, Garcia said "I think the winds of change are blowing, and we'd like to be part of it."
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Mayor Rahm Emmanuel visited his campaign office then went to eat with voters at Manny's Deli, a restaurant just west of Chicago 's downtown Loop area. In a press conference, he told Xinhua, " This is the election that counts. There's no do-overs, no second runs at this, one person is going to emerge as mayor for four years."
Emmanuel's campaign recently took a more inclusive tone with its advertising Air Jordan Retro For Sale , and the mayor echoed that spirit on Tuesday, "You hear from people constantly things that they're working on, or things that they would like to make sure you're working on," he said. "Those are the voices and the concerns that you have to take with you in office, and they become your north star."
Polls in Chicago are set to close at 7:00 p.m., and the results are expected later in the night as Mayor Emmanuel holds his election night party at the Chicago Plumbers Local 130 Union Hall and Garcia is holding his event very close to the University of Illinois-Chicago campus.
By Xinhua Writer Bai Xu
BEIJING, Sept. 2 (Xinhua) -- After hearing that Iwao Tsuyoshi Air Jordan Shoes For Sale , his Japanese friend, would be visiting China, Yang Haihui, 35, booked some time off work.
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Back in 2002, Yang was sent to Japan for training, and Iwao was his supervisor. "He took me out in his spare time and showed me around," Yang recalled. Before he left, Iwao gave his Chinese colleague gifts.
Yang grew up listening to his grandfather's stories about his time as a soldier during China's War against Japanese Aggression. This colored his opinion of the country.
"Had I been told that Renesas was a Japanese company, I might not have accepted the job," he admitted. Gradually Jordan Retro Shoes For Sale , however, he discovered that the Japanese people were not as he had imagined. "I have visited Japan more than ten times," he said. "I found the people to be mostly polite, friendly and diligent."
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China and Japan, although sharing many similarities, have a fractious relationship. Confucianism and Buddhism travelled to Japan from China, and even the characters used in Japanese are derived from the Chinese script.
Although these shared cultural characteristics have led to many Chinese having an affinity toward their eastern neighbor Jordan Retro For Sale , the eight-year Sino-Japanese war has left a scar in the hearts of Chinese.
Ma Jiangang's uncle died fighting the Japanese Imperialist Army in the 1940s. Ma, 58, however, does not hate Japan because of this.
On the contrary, he has great memories of watching the Japanese movies and TV dramas of the 1980s, the honeymoon period between China and Japan following the normalization of diplomatic relations in 1972.
He also liked Japanese electronic appliances. "Everyone wanted a Japanese color television," he recalled. His first TV was Hitachi.
In the 1990s Jordan Shoes For Sale , however, Ma's feelings changed due to the rise of the Diaoyu Islands dispute. His daughter Huixin went through a similar change.
"I hate their leaders' visiting the Yasukuni Shrine [where war criminals are worshipped] and the denial of the Nanjing Massacre," said the 34-year-old civil servant.
A joint poll by "China Daily" and the Japanese non-profit think tank Genron NPO last year showed that 86.8 percent of the Chinese viewed Japan unfavorably, while 93 percent of Japanese had a negative impression of China, the worst since 2005.
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At the same time, however, the two countries seem to be inseparable.
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However hard she tried, it was not easy for Ma Huixin to eliminate all the Japanese elements from her life. Her son liked Japanese animations. Her family recently watched the movie "Doraemon: Stand by Me". The blue cat-like robot was part of the mother's childhood memories, too.
Yang Haihui said that at least one of every 10 automobiles that roll off production lines in China used chips produced by his company.
Perhaps Nanjing in Jiangsu Province, east China, is a place where anti-Japan sentiment is highest. The Rape of Nanking massacre in the winter of 1937 left at least 300,000 people dead at the hands of the Japanese. The death toll has never been officially recognized by Japan.
Taxi driver Wu Qifeng in Nanjing has a rule: Never carry Japanese. Once he discovered that two of his three passengers were Japanese Cheap Air Jordan Retro For Sale , he stopped the cab immediately. "I ordered them to get out," he said. "In Nanjing, I am not the only driver to do so."
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