[global network reporter Cui Tianye] on August 15, on the anniversary of Japan’s defeat in World War II, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited the thousand bird Valley cemetery in Tokyo before attending the “national war dead memorial ceremony” organized by the government, and laid flowers there to mourn. At about 11 a.m., Abe went to qianniaoyuan cemetery to offer flowers and bow his head to mourn the dead, according to the NHK 15 daily. NHK also said that although Abe did not go to Yasukuni Shrine in person on that day, he still offered “jade string material” (sacrifice fee) to Yasukuni Shrine through agency. It is reported that qianniaoyuan cemetery is located in sanfanting, Chiyoda District, Tokyo, covering an area of 5000 square meters (about 1.5 hectares), which was established by the Japanese government in 1959. Here are the remains of unknown “unknown soldiers” and civilians who died in the overseas wars in the Second World War. In the crematorium of qianniaoyuan cemetery, there are hundreds of thousands of remains of war dead who can not be handed over to their families because of their unknown identities.