This quote proves that not only Japanese are to blame for their situation. Most of the time they agreed with the decision made towards them. And as long they agreed then harder become to bring their culture back. These days we can see more Ainu movements. Like I mentioned in one of my paragraphs, I believe that education which was introduced to them by the Japanese government, however harsh and unfair it was at that time, gave the option to open new possibilities, not only towards a career possibility but what is more important for a fight for their voice. Because of that, they can share their side of a story and finally be proud of everything, which happens in the past. Today we can see Ainu in Japan in many positions: they are present in radio and TV and around Japan there are courses created for learning Ainu language.To conclude, colonisation of Hokkaido was not straightforward like Japanese government wanted. Ainu people who lived, and still living, on territory of todays Hokkaido proved that it is impossible to erase someone nation. Even if Japan tried to erases they culture and language they did not had power over they thoughts, believes and tales, which they shared between them. All of the changes, which Japan did over the years, ware really unfair and inhuman in my opinion. Whole idea of imposing to be a one-race nation caused so much destruction to one population over the years. However, the Ainu people found a power to fight and in 2007 the United Nations approved the declaration on the rights of Ainu. Shortly after that the DIET finally officially recognized the Ainu as an indigenous people.
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