Category Archives: Dokdo

Eh, Asia Asia…

   Yasukuni is not a typical shrine. Well, in terms of architecture – it’s like every shinto shrine of the mixed, later type, nothing outstanding. But Yasukuni is now a symbol of Japanese neverending nationalism. I’m having a ball these … Continue reading

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Dokdo again

Two articles from editorial column from JoongAngIlbo. Guide Japan to Dokdo Four Japanese lawmakers from the opposition Liberal Democratic Party announced that they will visit Ulleung Island to protest Korea’s claim over the Dokdo islets, which lies 87 kilometers (54 … Continue reading

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Dokdo – continuation

I really don’t want to sound biased, and I’d like to keep it cool, having in mind the tsunami and earthquake, but the calamity is one thing. And when I read that some of the former “comfort women” has donated … Continue reading

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