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The American atitude

Guam, where is an amazingly Japanised sightseeing spot. Almost 90% of visitors are Japanese and then most of signs are written in Japanese, therefore all the Japanese tourlists don't necessarily have to speak English here since the island welcomes them along with Japanese speakers. However, here is a part of United states, which is an absolute fact. The images from the different places imply what the US actually thinks about.

As an international flag protocol, when a national flag is displayed along with the national flags of other countries, all the flags should be of approximately equal size and must be flown at an equal height. The left one is at the Pacific War Museum and the right one is at the Guam airpot.

Now it should not be possible to ignore the way in which the US regards Japan as a nation behind its back.





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