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Av shin-chan - 14 maj 2012 20:08

 


The Japanese people constitute the overwhelming majority of the population. They are ethnically closely akin to the other peoples of eastern Asia. During the Edo (Tokugawa) period (1603–1867), there was a social division of the populace into four classes—warrior, farmer, craftsman, and merchant—with a peer class above and an outcast class below. With the exception of the burakumin (literally, “people of the hamlet”), the descendants of the former outcast class, this social class system has almost disappeared. The burakumin, however, are still subject to varying degrees of discrimination.


Insofar as a social class system does persist, it does not have the ethnic basis that can exist in multiracial societies, since the Japanese regard themselves as belonging to a single ethnic group. The few exceptions include those classified as resident aliens (particularly Koreans) and Japanese citizens of Ainu and, to a lesser degree, Okinawan origin. Japan also has a small population of Chinese descent.


 


Hundreds of thousands of Koreans migrated to Japan (a great many against their will) before and during World War II, when Korea was a Japanese colony, and worked mainly as labourers; those remaining after the war and their descendants, the latter born and raised in Japan, do not have Japanese citizenship and face considerable discrimination.


Both Ainu and Okinawans are often relegated to a second-class status. The indigenous Ainu largely were assimilated into the general population centuries ago; a few small, scattered groups, however, have maintained their identity in Hokkaido. Before the war there was a tendency to distinguish the people of Okinawa from other Japanese because of perceived physical and cultural differences; this tendency has diminished but not disappeared. Okinawan culture, including its dialect and religion, is now recognized as sharing many traits with Japanese culture.


KÄLLA!

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Av shin-chan - 14 maj 2012 19:47

Mairunovich


Handling: 

Kinoshita Mairu har ett gulligt namn och hon ber om ursäkt för det, eftersom att hon är ful. I själva verket ursäktar hon sin själva existens eftersom hon inte är söt. Klasskamrater kallar henne ''Den förgiftade svampen'' bakom hennes rygg och till och med hennes bror behandlar henne med förakt. Men detta är påväg att förändras med lite hjälp av hennes transvestit mentor/granne, Fuwari-chan och skolans ''kung'' Kumada Tenyuu!


Genre: Komedi, romans, shoujo, skolliv

 

Du kan läsa mangan på engelska online här!

Av shin-chan - 14 maj 2012 19:39

Hejsan!

Sitter och är jättetrött just nu, har räknat en massa matte... Repeterar till nationella provet i matte.

Vet inte hur det kommer att gå, är inte sådär hajj på matte direkt :)

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