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Japan, China, S Korea to co-host cultural events during Olympics

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Great, wonderful. This never happened since Olympics was born. Japan must lead the effort and put down $1 trillion as developing fund to promote cultural exchange, relative change and brotherhood exchange among the golden triangles. Athletics must joint the efforts in training and sharing. Technology must unify to promote common standards. Poets must compete to use Han characters for best writings. Celebrities must produce best movies to cover historical events of the three nations. The slogan is one gene, one culture, one goal and one East Asia.

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What they will be eating? Each country have different delicious food.

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The slogan is one gene, one culture, one goal and one East Asia.

I'm sure I've heard something like that before. Hmmm, where could it have been? Who could have said it?

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Very good move. Well Done Japan, China & S Korea. We need friendship & Peace in the region & cultural events are excellent suggestions. AV

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The Asian love triangle.

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Good idea.

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This spirit of la convivencia is what is needed in that region. It may sound out of place but it wouldn't hurt if NK was invited. We know the results of sanctions, We don't know the effects of inclusion, kindness and respect on KJU and his country. You just could be surprised.

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A great idea; of course the games are a perfect event for this cultural co-operation. And yes, why not invite DPRK?

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I'm up for NK being included. nice alcohol. very delicious.

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I'm up for NK being included. nice alcohol. very delicious.

I've only had the blueberry wine which didn't excite my palate, I'm afraid. It did serve perfectly well as a cooking ingredient in similar fashion to sherry or sake.

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