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Twelve other people were sentenced to up to 15 years in prison, and China said it had issued arrest warrants for three Japanese accused of organizing the event, asking Tokyo to help detain them. According to earlier Chinese reports, the incident in September involved as many as Japanese men and Chinese prostitutes at a hotel in the southern city of Zhuhai.
Its final day fell on Sept. The timing, which appeared to be coincidental, angered many in China who believe that Japan has not atoned for wartime brutality, including large-scale rapes. China was already upset after a disaster in August involving chemical weapons left by Japan's Army in One person died, and 33 were sickened in the city of Qiqihar after construction workers broke open a buried canister of poison gas.
Sentenced to life were Ye Xiang, assistant to the hotel's general manager, and Ming Zhu, a prostitute, the agency said. It said they had been the event's main organizers. The hotel's deputy sales manager, Liu Xuejing, was sentenced to 15 years. Zhang Junying, a prostitute, was sentenced to 12 years. The 10 others received from 2 to 10 years in prison, the agency reported. Prostitution, though illegal, is common in China and often practiced openly in tourist hotels.
China complained officially to the Japanese government in September, calling the incident an ''extremely odious criminal case. Beijing's pursuit of Japanese suspects threatened to complicate the two nations' relations further.
It cited testimony that they had ''clearly requested sexual services'' from hotel managers while arranging a business meeting. A Foreign Ministry spokeswoman in Tokyo said the government had received a request for ''cooperation'' from China and conveyed it to the police. She did not give details, and Japan's National Police Agency declined comment. Another Japanese Foreign Ministry spokesman noted that the two governments lacked an extradition treaty.