Japanese culture

July 1, 2008 10:40pm CST
Japan in the history had done war crimes against Koreans and Chinese people and Japanese military was very aggressive before. But after coming to Japan, I feel the people are very kind and co-operative. How Japanese people could do such things in the past? I wonder. I am new to Japan and used to write my experience about Japan. Is there anybody to tell me how Japanese people changed from the historical errors?
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@vanities (11375)
• Davao, Philippines
2 Jul 08
im not in the position to give you any comments on the changes on japanese behavior that i had no knowledge of..but i guess that japanese army were just following orders on their higher superior..that was during the war..likewise with the Germans as well..on the killing of jews..its the attitude and the brainwashing of the superiors that made them act that way...in general those 2 nationalities that i mention are good people..
• China
2 Jul 08
Well,I do not like Japan till now.I am chinese,I know Japan is the second economic contry is the word now,they are smart and make good ele-products.
• United States
2 Jul 08
Ever since we Americans demilitarized them, they decided to take a new approach to the world, so they now look at their neighbors and don't look at them with racism because their different but instead hospitality.