At first glance, I thought this man was holding a sign in solidarity with the hecklers at the Peace Memorial Museum in Okinawa. Later on, I learned this man was holding the sign to tell hecklers to be quiet during the event, especially when Prime Minister Shinzō Abe was speaking. When you’re in an unfamiliar place where you don’t know the language, sometimes you have to rely on other actions. But, actions can be misinterpreted and language as complex as it can be can sometimes give the only true answer.


Protestor or protesting the protestors?

BY acheng
theme 語言
language Japanese
country Okinawa
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