Regarding the meaning of the now infamous T-shirt, it seems to be have been designed to commemorate Korean Liberation Day on August 15. (1) the nuclear bomb represents end of WW2; (2) the people celebrating at the bottom is an actual picture of ordinary Koreans celebrating the surrender of Japan and end of WW2; (iii) the words are Konglish, and I guess they are supposed to mean that Koreans should be patriotic about their country.
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"no intention of changing the deal even by a millimeter"
It seems Abe is the Scrooge or Shylock of Asia! I guess the victims have no choice but to accept Japan's non-apology~
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