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From: Seehorse Video on 31 May 2010 15:19
"Becca" <beccal(a)hal-pc.org> wrote in message
> On 5/29/2010 5:40 PM, Seehorse Video wrote:
>> Hi Annie,
>> I didn't notice any ridiculing as I toured Pearl Harbor, but it was hard
>> listening to the Japanese commentary over the intercom, wondering what
>> being said. Even after so many years, Pearl Harbor still hurts. As I
>> in an earlier post, it's better to be friends, but it's hard to forget.
>> Harry Cooper
> According to my friend, they repeat the commentary in both languages. When
> she flies from Japan to the US, she has a layover in Hawaii, sometimes she
> stretches out for a couple of days. Hawaii is a popular tourist
> destination for people who live in Japan.
We were led to believe the commentary was repeated in both languages and
maybe it was, but do the Japanese think of it as a terrible sneak attack, or
as a great victory? That's the thought that went through my head and caused
the strange feelings. There seem to be almost as many Japanese tourists as
American in Honolulu.