Linsheng Qiao


Linsheng Qiao

Title: Associate Professor, Graduate Tutor


Research direction: Japanese politics and diplomacy; East Asian international relations, Sino-Japanese relations


Affiliated Research Department: Japanese Politics and Foreign Relations

Academic part-time jobs: Chinese Japanese Society, Executive Director of Chinese Japanese History Society, East Asian Cultural Negotiation Society


Qiao Linsheng, from Liangcheng County, Inner Mongolia, is currently an associate professor at the Institute of Japan, Nankai University.

Visiting researcher at Nagoya University, Kokugakuin University, and Aichi University in Japan.

From 1998 to 2000, Study abroad in Waseda University and Tokyo University.

 In 2004, graduated from the Japanese Research Institute of Nankai University with a doctorate degree.


Research field or direction:

Professional direction: international politics

Research direction 1: Japanese diplomacy and politics

Research direction 2: East Asian international relations, Sino-Japanese relations

The main research achievements:


A) Monograph:

Japan's Foreign Policy and ASEAN, People's Publishing House, 2006


(2) Co-author:

Japanese Modern Diplomacy History, World Knowledge Publishing House, 2010

Black 3.11-Japan's Great Earthquake and Crisis Response, China Finance and Economics Press, 2011

Study on the Process of Political Democratization in Japan, Sanlian Bookstore, 2011

The Biography of the Prime Minister of Japan, Tianjin Ancient Books Publishing House, 2012

Japan's View of China in Modern Times 1945-1972, Jiangsu People's Publishing House, 2012


East Asia Community Conception and Reconstruction of Japan-China Relations Showado, 2015


(3) Chief Editor:

Collection of Japanese Studies 2007 (Associate Editor)

Collection of Japanese Studies 2008 (Associate Editor)


(4) Thesis

The Characteristics and Influence of Abe's View of History, World History, Issue 4, 2015


Development during running-in or become a new normal in Sino-Japanese relations, China Social Science News, January 19, 2015


A Cultural Interpretation of Contemporary Japan's Heditary Politics, Nankai Journal 2015, No. 3 (Reprinted in the National People's University photocopy newspaper Politics 2015 No. 4)


The Origin of the Sino-Japanese War of 1894-1895 and the Diaoyu Islands Dispute, Study on the History of Japanese Invasion of China, Issue 2, 2015


From the Sino-Japanese War of 1894-1895 to the July 7th Incident: How did Japan embark on the path of full-scale aggression against China? , Social Observation, Issue 1, 2015


Re-discussion of Japan's Nuclear Policy after the War, International Political Research, 2014, No. 6


On the Consensus of Shelving Disputes on the Diaoyu Islands, International Forum, Issue 6, 2013


Disasters and Politics: The Political Sickness of the Great East Japan Earthquake, Nankai Japanese Studies, 2013


A Comment on the Phenomenon of Familyization of Japanese Political Power, People's Forum, July 2013


The Rightward Trend of Japanese Politics, China Report, Issue 7, 2013


An Investigation of the Hereditary Politics of Japan in the Traditional Culture of Traditional Culture, Aichi University Chinese Exchange Researcher Series No. 30


The Choice of Interests Behind the Island Struggle, China Report, Issue 12, 2012


A Discussion on the Causes and Effects of Japan's Heditary Politics, Institutional Changes in East Asia in the Era of Globalization Tianjin People's Publishing House, 2011

The New Deal of the Democratic Party under the Disturbance of Political Funding Scandal (cooperation), Japan Blue Book: Japan Development Report Social Science Literature Publishing House, 2010

Looking at the Real Image of Japanese Democracy from the Perspective of hereditary Politics, Nankai Journal, No. 1, 2010

Several New Thoughts on Sino-Japanese Relations in the Transition Period, Japanese Studies No. 3, 2009

Cracking the Code of Japanese Democracy, China Report, Issue 8, 2009

On the Reform of the Japanese Diet, Research on Modern and Contemporary World History, Series 5, China Social Sciences Press, 2008

East Asia Cooperation and Policy Choices between China and Japan, Japanese Studies, Issue 4, 2007

East Asian Community and Sino-Japanese Relations, GSID Discussion Paper No. 154, Graduate School of International Development, Nagoya University, Japan, June 2007

Fukuda Doctrine and Japan's ASEAN Diplomacy, Japan Studies, Issue 2, 2007

The Construction of the East Asian Community and China's Role, Diplomatic Review, Issue 6, 2006


A Discussion on Japan's Foreign Policy towards ASEAN in the New Century, Northeast Asia Forum, Issue 2, 2006. (The full text of the National People's Congress photocopy of newspapers and periodicals International Politics, Issue 7, 2006)

The Current Situation and Trend of Sino-Japanese Relations, International Academic Trends, Issue 2, 2006

The Development and Problems of Japan-ASEAN Trade Relations, Modern Japanese Economy 2006 No. 1

Japan's Direct Investment in ASEAN and Its Enlightenment, Collection of Japanese Studies, 2006

Japan and ASEAN in East-West Relations and North-South Issues, Japan Studies No. 3, 2005. (The full text of the National People's Congress photocopy of newspapers and periodicals International Politics 2006 Issue 1)

Japan's Foreign Policy towards ASEAN in the 1980s, Collection of Japanese Studies Tianjin People's Publishing House, 2005

Japan-Singapore Free Trade Agreement and East Asian Economic Cooperation, The Status Quo and Issues of East Asian Regional Economic Cooperation Tianjin People's Publishing House, 2004

Japanese War Reparations and the Responsibilities of the United States, Research on Japanese Issues, Issue 2, 2004 (Chinese Academic Yearbook (Humanities and Social Sciences Edition) 2004 Selected Introduction)

Japan's Security Policy towards ASEAN after the Cold War, Southeast Asia Issue 10, 2003

An Analysis of Japan's East Asian Economic Cooperation Policy, Japanese Journal, Issue 5, 2003

On the Political Reform in Indonesia, Globalization and East Asian Political and Administrative Reform Tianjin People's Publishing House, 2003

New Changes in the Trade Relations between Japan and ASEAN, Collection of Japanese Studies 2003 Tianjin People's Publishing House, 2003

China-ASEAN Free Trade Area and Japan, Northeast Asia Forum, Issue 4, 2002

Japan's ASEAN Diplomacy in the Early 1970s, Collection of Japanese Studies Tianjin People's Publishing House, 2002

The Status Quo and Problems of Japan-ASEAN Economic Cooperation, East Asia Regional Economic Cooperation Tianjin People's Publishing House, 2002

Japan's Foreign Policy towards ASEAN, Research on International Relations in the Modern Asia-Pacific Region, Tianjin People, 2001

Also on the Diplomacy of Motoi (cooperation), A Hundred Years of Diplomacy in Japan, China Social Sciences Press, 1998


(4) Papers published in newspapers:

Clearing the Symbol of Militarism and Abolishing the National Shinto in Japan: MacArthur wanted to burn the Yasukuni Shrine on fire, Global Times April 24, 2006

MacArthur wanted to replace the Emperor of Japan, Global Times January 10, 2006

Battle of Shiramura River and Japan's Envoy to Tang Dynasty, Global Times March 28, 2005

Lumingkan and Japanese Modern Europeanization, Global Times January 10, 2005, etc.


(5) Media interview:

On November 26, 2007, I was interviewed by a reporter from Xinhua News Agency Oriental Outlook Weekly on the issue of Japan's ODA to China. The relevant content was published in the 49th issue of International Observation Edition ODA from the Perspective of Differences Between China and Japan.

On December 4, 2007, a reporter from Xinhua News Agency Looking East Weekly conducted an interview on the issue of Chinese people's claims against Japan.

On June 19, 2008, an expert interview program of Tianjin Radio News.

On September 2, 2008, a reporter from the Guangzhou Daily conducted an interview on The resignation of Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda. For the relevant content, please refer to the September 3rd article of the Guangzhou Daily Japan's frequent changes are due to the political and economic system. Reprinted by Xinhuanet, People's Daily Online,, etc.

On April 29, 2009, China National Radio conducted an expert interview on Japanese Prime Minister Taro Aso's visit to China and talks with Premier Wen Jiabao.

On April 30, 2009, China National Radio conducted an expert interview on Japanese Prime Minister Taro Aso's visit to China and talks with President Hu Jintao.

On December 22, 2009, a reporter from China Report conducted a special interview on Japanese Political Situation and the Trend of Sino-Japanese Relations. See Global Times in the first issue of 2010 of China Report.

On January 3, 2010, a reporter from “New Vision” of Nankai University conducted an interview on “Japan-US Relations and China Issues.” See “New Vision” January 2010.

On November 24, 2010, I was interviewed by a reporter from Time Weekly on the territorial issue of Japan and Russia.

On March 11, 2011, I was interviewed by Phoenix Satellite TV about the Japanese earthquake.

On June 23, 2011, I was interviewed by a reporter from Social Watch on the issue of regime change in Japan. See Social Watch Issue 7, 2011.


 Interviewed by a reporter from People's Daily in June 2015, Japan can only solve its problems by facing history squarely-voices from Chinese academic circles, People's Daily overseas edition, June 13, 2015, see People's Daily, Xinhuanet, , China Social Science Network, etc.


On September 3, 2015, participated in the Special Live Report on the 70th Anniversary of the Victory of the Chinese People's War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression and the World Anti-Fascist War program of Tianjin TV Station.





1. The Humanities and Social Science Research Planning Project of the Ministry of Education in 2009: The Crisis of Democracy-Research on Contemporary Japan's'hereditary Politics' (Project Approval Number: 09YJAGJW010)

2. Nankai University's 2012 Central University Fundamental Research Fund Project (the first batch of the second phase): Research on the Foreign Policy of Japanese Political Parties and Sino-Japanese Relations in Transition Period (Project Approval Number: NKZXB1108)

2. Research project of the Philosophy and Social Science Innovation Fund of Nankai University (2005-2008): Research on the Trilateral Relations between China, Japan and ASEAN.

3. Joint research project of Nagoya University in Japan: East Asian International Relations and Japan (2006-2007).

4. Participated in the sub-project Research on Political Democratization in Japan, a major project in 2004 of the Key Research Base of Humanities and Social Sciences of the Ministry of Education, Political Democratization in Modern and Contemporary World History.

5. Participated in the sub-project of the 2007 Major Project of Philosophy and Social Sciences of the Ministry of Education, Research on Japan's Understanding of China and Action Choices in Modern Times, From Hostility to Detente-Japan's Relations with China in the Period of No Diplomatic Relations.

6. Participated in the Japanese Modern History of Modern History one of the Japanese Modern History Research Series project of the Japan International Exchange Fund.