Chinese protests against Japan got ever more heated on Tuesday as demonstrators took to the streets outside the Japanese embassy in Beijing.
Anger over a row between the two countries about who owns a series of energy rich islands in the East China Sea was the cause of the unrest. But there was added poignancy on the anniversary of Japan's invasion of China back in the 1930s.
ITV News' China Correspondent Angus Walker reports:
Footage of Chinese protesters surrounding the US Ambassador to China's car in Beijing has emerged, filmed by the dissident artist Ai Weiwei.
Anti-Japan protests reignited across China today, the sensitive anniversary marking Toyko's occupation of the country.
China moved to clamp down on anti-Japan protests as a number of Japanese firms announced factory shutdowns and urged workers to stay indoors