The Okinawa group advocates Ryukyu independence in the United Nations to recognize the aborigines.

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 The Okinawa group advocates Ryukyu independence in the United Nations to recognize the aborigines.


Chikawa Shinako, a non full-time lecturer at Okinawa University of Japan (illustrated by Japanese Sankei Shimbun) Overseas network April 21, at the 19 day of the seventeenth Aboriginal forum held at United Nations Headquarters in New York, USA, a member of the Okinawa independent Japanese Ryukyu national independent comprehensive research society proposed that the Japanese government should recognize that the Okinawa people with the inherent culture are Aboriginal people, and they also call for the settlement of Japan and the United States. The military base was concentrated in Okinawa. According to Japans Kyodo news agency, the conference is an annual Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, which is held from 16 to 27 this year, with the participation of global aborigines and support groups. Chikawa Shinako, a non full-time lecturer at Okinawa University, director of the society, said: many people say to us want to know more . (37) The report said Chikawa Shinako, who spoke at the plenary session of the 19 day, advocated that Ryukyu was a independent country, but was invaded by Japan in 1879, and is still still suffering from colonization and militarization. She also introduced the situation, because in 1920s researchers removed the human bone from the cemetery in Okinawa to the university outside the county, and are demanding the return. In addition, she said that the existence of US military bases threatened sexual violence against women and the educational environment of children. At the plenary meeting, the head of the Japanese government went on to say that the Ainu people were recognized as indigenous people and committed to revitalized the inherent culture. The person also retorts that although the Japanese government respects Okinawas culture and traditions, the general understanding of Okinawa people is aboriginal in Japan does not exist. According to previous reports, the Andouble administration intends to throw sand into the ancient coastal waters of Okinawa in July to promote the construction of the US base. As a major United States garrison in the Asia Pacific region, the call for self-determination and even independence of ethnic groups in Okinawa has drawn increasing attention in the face of repeated struggles. Source: overseas web editor: Yang Qiang _NN6027 At the plenary meeting, the head of the Japanese government went on to say that the Ainu people were recognized as indigenous people and committed to revitalized the inherent culture. The person also retorts that although the Japanese government respects Okinawas culture and traditions, the general understanding of Okinawa people is aboriginal in Japan does not exist. According to previous reports, the Andouble administration intends to throw sand into the ancient coastal waters of Okinawa in July to promote the construction of the US base. As a major United States garrison in the Asia Pacific region, the call for self-determination and even independence of ethnic groups in Okinawa has drawn increasing attention in the face of repeated struggles.