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I wonder what was the rationale behind the change in shapes?

The new design is cheaper and easier to built than the old design.

But that is not why they changed the design. The design was changed because a sircle represents Japan, japanese history and wartime activities. There is many sircle symbols in China as well, but apartently SWFC was too symbolic for China to have a sircle on the topp of it.

Now, that probably sounds as stupid and childish as it did to me the first time i heard about it. But the view on this cause is quite different in China. I assume you know the history between China and Japan, and why they have been acting "unfriendly" with eachother laterly, so that i won't explain.


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