The Sino-Japanese journalist exchange agreement is a term that collectively refers to several journalist exchange agreements between China and Japan. :11 If each country has encountered problems in implementing this agreement, the Liao Chengzhi Office and the Tatsunosuke Takasaki Office will solve the problem through discussion. Liao Chengzhi (廖承, a son of Liao Zhongkai), president of the Sino-Japanese Friendship Society, and Tatsunosuke Takasaki (碕), a Japanese politician, worked together on the Liao-Takasaki trade agreement (Chinese: 发展贸易备忘录 or LT贸易, Japanese: `貿易. Both parties signed the trade memorandum on November 9, 1962. Members of the Liao Chengzhi Office and the Tatsunosuke Takasaki Office held a meeting on journalism between China and Japan. The delegates at the meeting were Liao and Japanese MP Kenzo Matsumura (謙). Chinese-Japanese (Chinese; _zh. 换记谈纪, [politics.people.com.cn/GB/8198/80175/80243/5598703.html summary of Sino-Japanese relations] People`s Daily (Chinese) Japanese; _ja. 交換協) is a generic term for the various agreements or meetings that should organize exchanges of journalists on the basis of the China-Japan meeting. The 1964 Liao Chengzhi Memorandum (_zh. 廖承, the President of the Chinese-Japanese Friendship Society, a son of Liao Zhongkai) and Tatsunosuke Takasaki (_ja. 碕, Japanese politician) worked together on the Liao-Takasaki Agreement (Chinese trade agreement: _zh. 发展贸易备忘录 or _zh.
LT贸易, Japanese: _ja. [貿易 www.mofa.go.jp/mofaj/annai/honsho/shiryo/qa/sengo_04.html The Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs] and the two sides signed and exchanged the trade memorandum on November 9, 1962. Members of both parties, the Liao Chengzhi Office and the Tatsunosuke Takasaki Office, also held a meeting on journalism between China and Japan. The delegates at the meeting were Liao Chengzhi and Kenzo Matsumura (_ja 謙, a member of the Japanese Parliament). On 19 April 1964, they agreed on the creation of the trade liaison office and the exchange of journalists between China and Japan. The participants in this meeting were: China – Liao Chengzhi (_zh. 廖承), Sun Pinghua (_zh), Wang Xiaoyun (_zh. 暁) () Japan – Kenzo Matsumura (_ja 謙), Yutaro Takeyama (_ja祐郎), Kaheita Okazaki (_ja 崎), Yoshimi Hurui (_ja任晴 _ja喜. The memorandum of the meeting on the exchange of journalists was as follows. [www.ioc.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~worldjpn/documents/texts/JPCH/19640418.O1J.html memorandum of the meeting on the trade liaison office and journalist exchanges] University of Tokyo (Japanese): 1 Based on the outcome of the meeting between Liao Chengzhi and Kenzo Matsumura, China and Japan have determined the exchange of journalists.:2 Issues relating to the exchange of journalists include the formalities of entry are informed and processed through the Liao Chengzhi office and the office Tatsunosuke Takasaki.:3 The number of exchanges of journalists will be in eight people from each country, and each newspaper company, news agencies, the radio network and the television network normally send a journalist.