The direct ancestors of the emoji we know and use today debuted in Japan in 1999. “The emoji boom is over here in Japan,” says Shigetaka Kurita, the man widely credited with creating the adorable little runes.“They’re still around, they’re still pervasive, but they aren’t a fad anymore,” he says in his Tokyo office.They have to keep apologizing because the descendants of the victims as well as the victims themselves are still suffering from some of the trauma that occurred. S., black people still suffer racism, hate crimes, institutional racism, etc.
how long does japan and japanese have to apologize for their WW2 crimes , I don't remember ever hearing British or France or USA apologize for their imperialism or WW2 crimes knowing that britian had most of colonies and horrible racism , genocide , slavery etc , they never apologized not even once to their former victims but japan already apologized gazillion of times , they even offered to pay compensation to the victims but the korean government refused it , also it seems like korea and china keep reminding people of japan world war crimes to spread hate and raise new generation that full of revenge toward japan , most of the WW2 generation already died or dying so why the younger generation have to keep apologizing for their ancestors mistakes ?
'After sitting with her for seven to ten minutes, I told the camera I couldn't do it anymore because it was so awkward.' In action: A hidden camera in the JK business captured this man's 'rent-a-date' with a teen girl, and although their conversation was fairly innocent, these paid services can quickly escalate into something more The Vice News team used a hidden camera to capture another man during his 'rent-a-date', and while their conversation remained innocent, Simon admitted it was creepy to see an adult male so engaged with a teenage girl.
Simon also took in a performance of one of Japan's many schoolgirl bands and noticed that the venue was packed with men of all ages, many of whom paid money to visit the girls after the show and meet them.
I have come to apologize as a Japanese person." It is reported that earlier that day, he visited the 'The Statue of Peace' to lift up a prayer of apology.
He plans to also visit other sites of Japanese crimes and Korean independence movement, including Jeam-Ri church, Tapgol Park, and Seodaemun Prison before returning to Japan. In a time where every single day Korean television is reporting cases of racism and xenophobia from japanese people to korean people, this is just proves that we can't judge a country for two or three idiots.