More Japanese Change Domicile to Dokdo

      August 27, 2012 12:56

      An increasing number of Japanese people have changed their domicile to Korea's Dokdo. Their number rose from 79 in January to 88 recently, the Yomiuri Shimbun reported Sunday.

      Any Japanese citizens can move their domicile to wherever Japan makes territorial claims, regardless where they live.

      A growing number of Japanese have also officially moved their addresses to Russia's Kuril Islands, the Senkaku Islands (or Diaoyu Islands in Chinese), or the Okinotorishima atoll, at a time when Japan's territorial dispute with neighboring countries is deepening.

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