Code Pink / China is Not Our Enemy: The True Cost of Nuclear Weapons. Co-sponsored by the Peace For Okinawa Coalition
1/15/2021 0 Comments
Interview with Peace For Okinawa Coalition president Rob Kajiwara on China Is Not Our Enemy, a CodePink webinar, on January 14, 2021:
２０２１年０１月１４日 うちなー わだん ぬ しんか かしら 比嘉孝昌（ロバート・カジワラ）米軍基地問題んかい CodePinkぬ唐や敵やらんウェブセミナー：
２０２１年０１月１４日 琉球和平联盟主席魏孝昌（Rob Kajiwara）CodePink中国不是敌人网络研讨会 美国军事基地问题讨论:
Basic Ryukyuan / Okinawan foods in the Okinawan language, Uchinaaguchi. 簡単琉球沖縄食、うちなーぐち’ゆん。琉球基本食品。
うちなーんちゅ歴史中国組踊影響 | 琉球历史中国戏剧影响
琉大や くとぅわい うむんじー 日本ぬ首相
琉球沖縄辺野古新基地や非現実的 シンクタンク 'ゆん
Presentation at the 49th Southwest Conference on Asian Studies, October 23, 2020.
Okinawa (Ryukyu) has often been called the keystone of security in the Asia-Pacific, yet since 1945 Okinawans have strongly opposed the presence of the U.S. military, including the current building of the controversial military base at Henoko. Both the U.S. and Japan cite the threat of China as reason for the heavy concentration of military on Okinawa, though the majority of Okinawans do not see China as a threat. For over 2,300 years Okinawa and China have maintained peaceful, friendly, mutually-beneficial relations, including over 500 years of formal bilateral relations. An examination of Okinawa's history through primary sources written in the Okinawan languages and through an Okinawan worldview, long overlooked by modern scholars, provide insights into both Okinawa and China, and may help improve cross-cultural understanding, diplomatic, and economic affairs in the Asia-Pacific.
A new article written by Professor Alfred de Zayas and published in New Special International in Geneva, Switzerland discusses human rights violations towards the Indigenous Peoples of the Americas. The article includes a photo of Professor de Zayas with H.E. Leon Siu (Hawaii) and Ambassador Ronald Barnes (Alaska). Professor de Zayas asked that the article be shared.
The original article can be found at this link: https://newspecial.org/