Scholar urges fresh look at rich Ainu heritage
Shunwa Honda, a renowned scholar of indigenous ethnic groups, emphasizes that the Japanese people need to create a stage for the nation's indigenous Ainu, who "still suffer from not having their voices heard properly in society." Scholarly figure: Shunwa Honda speaks about his research into indigenous people, including the Ainu, at his home in ... (more)
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#1 Aug 2, 2012
Inspirational stuff, all too often we let the last
sands of an ancient culture wash away in a sea
Keep up the good work Shunwa.
#3 Sep 12, 2012
..agree...YES....more please...eh..thankyou's..GOD Bless...yada u ..(+)..
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