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Japan’s Demands, 1915 Read the following three slides and identify which fact on the Republican Years handout they relate to. Group 1: – The Japanese Government and the Chinese Government being desirous of maintaining the general peace in Eastern A. . Group 1: – The Japanese Government and the Chinese Government being desirous of maintaining the general peace in Eastern Asia and further strengthening the friendly relations and good neighborhood existing between the two nations agree to the following articles: Article 4: The Chinese Government engages, in interest of trade and for the residence of foreigners, to open by herself as soon as possible certain important cities and towns in the Province of Shantung as Comm.