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Yogore- Japs kids called thmslvs this, "uncouth one" (not having any manners)
Shikata Ga Nai- It cannot be helped it must be done
Ocean Park->Terminal Island->Boyle Heights->Manzanar
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A very new, fresh and interesting view on the life of Japanese citizens in USA. I never ever thought such thing existed, because it sounds like real ghetto. I will definitely expect this to be mentioned in my essay I ordered from -
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