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At the end of the Tang, however, as the confidence of the dynasty waned, opposition to Buddhism arose, and it was criticized as a foreign religion.Japan and the United States were not at war at the time. The Japanese claimed that they did not see the United States flags painted on the deck of the gunboat, apologized and paid an indemnity.

Nevertheless, the attack and reports of the Nanking Massacre caused US opinion to turn sharply against the Japanese.