u.s: We are all family on earth, he told reporters, according to Vancouver Courier. How we can co-exist in understanding and peace should be our starting point. Tamaki said he would talk to the U.S. about how the people of Okinawa have rejected the new air base. Tamaki is also emerging as a new kind of leader, standing for tolerance and diversity, in a nation long known for uniformity and conformity. His mother is Okinawan. His father is a U.S. Marine he has never met. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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