Film tells story of Japan's pro-NKorean residents

Oct 6, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Washington Times

Korean-Japanese filmmaker Yang Yonghi says she leaned on her own personal history and similar stories from her pro-North Korean community in Japan for her latest movie, the feature film "Our Homeland," which made its South Korean debut Saturday at the Busan International Film Festival.

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Kagoshima, Japan

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Oct 6, 2012
 
Problems in Japan All Derive from Judiciary Organization

http://book.geocities.jp/japan_conspiracy/010...

Probably, people in and around the court are all included in the Japanese imperial clan.
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Oct 10, 2012
 
Comrades, the article clearly points to the
fact, isolation from economic momentum
is a great hindrance. However self reliance
is promoted by it I believe equally so.
Family break up either because of forced
repatriations or bad decision making has
no good and bad side, showing us the urgency to protect what we have.
I suspect a great future lies ahead for North Korea, basically resources will secure
a higher status in the future compared to
finance, thereby creating greater comfort
for the resourceful.

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