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Is there still discrimination against non japanese asians in japan?

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“: As a nisei and former resident of Japan and Okinawa, I find it telling that there is no mention about the continued institutional discrimination against Ryukyuans. Without question, non-Japanese Asians face discrimination in Japan, but at least China and Korea have had their expropriated lands and sovereignty restored.

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