I think this is a really great work, but I agree with you. It would be
better to create a playlist and include in it several shorter video, so
that people can decide which one they want to focus on.
Playing the playlist would be the same as playing the long video you
I love Japan. As a foreigner, I know the strength and weakness of Japan, and I love the country as it is. I want to make sure that fairness prevails and Japan's right is protected and its merit recognized internationally. I think you will find many foreigners who love Japan like me and defend it on the forum online. I think this is a great indirect achievement of the Japan policy it has conducted for decades, focusing on quality, trust, innovation, refined arts and great history.
Just watched your video about the China declaring the Senkaku islands for themselves. My response here might sound a little personal and emotional, but I find this whole situation a really screwed up one.
Being a Malaysian Chinese myself, I am utmost embarrassed by this act of barbarianism from the China Chinese government and community. After knowing the islands are filled with resource-rich deposits, all of a sudden they decided to stir up things, past events and sensitive issues to bring up conflict, so that they can attempt to claim these islands.
From my personal experiences with many of these China/mainland Chinese, it is no secret to me of their greed and unethicalness, and the government's past history of them claiming territories around by force, like Taiwan, parts of India, Tibet, Mongolia just shows their greed... Sigh. This youtube video will hardly reach out to the China citizens, as their government does plenty of internet filtration to prevent their people from being internationalised, which according to them is a form of pollution.
Sorry, my message is possibly not anywhere as factual as the ones you may deliver, so just treat it as a message where I am frustrated with how greed drives people.
All the best to Japan. I will support Japan despite of my race.
"Expanding China will be the biggest problem for the international society of the 21st century. Sinocentrism, an ancient imperialism deeply rooted in China's history, seems now trying to swallow everything under the name of China. Sinocentrism has made Chinese people say, Taiwan is a part of China, Tibet is a part of China, East Turkestan is a part of China, Manchuria is a part of China, Mongolia is a part of China, Goguryeo is a part of China, the Spratly & Parcel islands are a part of China, the Senkaku islands are a part of China. It will also make them say, Okinawa is a part of China, North Korea is a part of China, South Korea is a part of China, Japan is a part of China, the whole Asia is a part of China, the whole Earth is a part of China. However, they must just realize that China is a mere part of the world. Tibet must be Tibet. East Turkestan must be East Turkestan. Mongolia must be Mongolia. Manchuria must be Manchuria. Taiwan must be Taiwan. Each people must be allowed to decide their own future and what kind of tradition they will hand over to their children by their own. Sinocentrism is now blocking this basic human right. Democracy cannot coexist with Sinocentrism. The riverse is also true. Sinocentrism cannot coexist with Democracy. Either side must win and defeat the other. Which side will win? Sinocentrism or Democracy? Which side must win? Of course the latter. "