"A man walks down the street, it's a street in a strange world, maybe it's the Third World, maybe it's his first time around. Doesn't speak the language, he holds no currency. He is a foreign man, he is surrounded by the sound, the sound of cattle in the marketplace, scatterings and orphanages. He looks around, around, he sees angels in the architecture spinning in infinity. He says 'Hey, hallelujah.'"-Paul Simon
Tuesday, March 3, 2009
Turning Japanese? I don't think so.
The Koreans began their uprising against Japanese occupation exactly 90 years ago Sunday, and March 1 is a national holiday. I came across a celebration downtown.
Korea rose up against its imperialist overlords, and all I got was this crummy t-shirt.