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Wednesday, May 11, 2005

Prescient cartoon



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2 Comments:

  • At 10:23 PM, Blogger BB/Niphonese said…

    I am a Japanese and concerened for human rights situation in Tibet. Pardon my broken English.

    I believe Japan must compensate for the crimes of the 2nd World War - especially "comfort women" slavery - for friendship with Asian people. The Japanese government, however, has not made sufficient effort and neglected to teach the wartime history in school. The criticism of the Chinese government gets some point.

    On the other hand, I know the Chinese government makes shameless distortion about the history of Tibet. Everybody who learned world history at high school in Japan knows Tibet has been an independent country since the unification in 7th century. The history on which China insists is as if Tibet had been part of China from ancient times. I cannot agree with them at all.

    Those who learn history must have respect for facts and are not allowed to put any arbitraty interpretation on facts from their political points of view. Insisting on "history" which ignores facts is a way to fundamentalism. I am scared Japan and China follow this way.

     
  • At 4:45 PM, Anonymous Dario Moran said…

    Hello, all of you, peace followers for the Tibet liberty, I am from Guatemala and have followed your situation since I were a teenager, have read books of Lobsang Rampa and others, It is sad what has happened, I join your cause, If you write a bulletin or newsletter you can send me them please, I would also like to have friendship with Tibetans because I want to continue learning from you.If I can be of any help tell me maybe we can open a center here in Guatemala Central America or at least dictate some virtual conferences, Iam a teacher and a tour guide. Thanks you can write to me at : danzatradicion@gmail.com

     

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