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eastern asia / history of anarchism / opinion / analysis Tuesday February 06, 2007 22:23 by Alan MacSimoin 1 image
Note on the Korean anarchist movement up to 1940 based on Ha Ki-Rak's 'A History of the Korean Anarchist Movement'. read full story / add a comment
eastern asia / anarchist movement / review Thursday February 01, 2007 19:00 by Seo Dong-shin 3 comments (last - tuesday february 06, 2007 23:32) 1 image
South Korea’s school textbooks have presented prominent independence fighter Shin Chae-ho (1880-1936), a proclaimed anarchist, to be a hero. Since 2000, others such as Yu Rim (1894-1961), Park Ryol (1902-1972) and Yu Cha-myong (1891-1985) have been designated independence activists of the month by the Ministry of Patriots and Veteran Affairs read full story / add a comment
asia oriental / historia del anarquismo / opinión / análisis Sunday November 12, 2006 00:39 by Angel Pino 1 comment (last - tuesday april 07, 2009 12:44) 2 images
Escrito en torno a la vida y la obra de Pa Kin, o Ba Jin, conocido literato y militante anarquista chino. Originalmente pblicado en Le Monde Libertaire, la traducción fue publicada en "Tierra Y Libertad", órgano de la FAI, número 213, abril del 2006. read full story / add a comment
eastern asia / anarchist movement / anarchist communist event Monday July 31, 2006 19:05 by rebel_JILL
NO WAR! NO GOVERNMENT! NO NUKES!
MAKE REBELLIONS NOT FAKED PEACE=WAR!!
FASCIST GOVERNMENT OF JAP, NO THANX!!!
also this year, a day of praying for the victims of a-bombing in hiroshima(every 6 Aug) will come...
anarchists will protest against the fuckin' event of praying in hiroshima on 8:15 of 6 Aug 2006. read full story / add a comment
saluton from osaka, jap islands. on 1 May 2006, homeless comrades living in osaka and homeless liberation activists, and also anarchists will show the MAYDAY solidarity to all comrades & affinities all over the world. so, we will try to organize a small demo...etc on this MAYDAY. this might be a tiny solidarity, however, we would love to try to declare the MAYDAY solidarity as an actual action from these jail islands. all comrades in poverty and all militant comrades on this planet! read full story / add a comment
All of the people living in tents at Utsubo Kouen Park (about 20) and one part of Osaka-jo Kouen Park's tents (5) are being exposed to a forced eviction crisis by Osaka city. Made involuntarily homeless by unemployment, these men have put up tents in parks and on street sides, earning their livings working jobs such as can and magazine collection, waste removal read full story / add a comment
Call from the "Executive Committee for a solidarity action by the poor/have-nots on 6 Nov 2005".
today, our sisters & brothers living in all over the world continue to fight against the injustices and poverty on this society of "faked peace". read full story / add a comment
eastern asia / anarchist movement / press release Thursday August 04, 2005 04:09 by rebel_JILL 8 comments (last - wednesday march 07, 2007 18:10) 2 images
Anarchists in Japan are holding a demonstration in Hiroshima on 6th August which will highlight the military bases in Hiroshima (Japanese Navy, US Marine and Japanese army HQ) and that they are being used in the wars in Afganastan and Iraq. read full story / add a comment
eastern asia / history / news report Saturday May 21, 2005 21:21 by Wiki 1 comment (last - monday may 23, 2005 04:58)
The Free Commune lasted for six days. Daily citizens' assemblies gave voice to years-old frustration and deep aspirations of ordinary people. Local citizens' groups maintained order and created a new type of social administration - one of, by and for the people read full story / add a comment
eastern asia / history of anarchism / feature Friday March 11, 2005 23:58 by Aileen O'Carroll 1 image
TODAY JAPAN BRINGS to mind high tech corporations, stressed out primary school students and a gruelling work ethic that demands loyalty to the company. One hundred and thirty years ago it was a very different place, predominantly agricultural and ruled over by a fuedal elite. In 1868, these rulers decided to industrialise the country and create a highly centralised state. For this reason, the Japanese experience of capitalism is different from that in many European countries. read full story / add a comment
Under Korea's tvåtusenåriga historia har det uppkommit rörelser kämpandes för bonderättigheter och för nationellt oberoende. Inom dessa rörelser har det funnits tendenser som kan ses som föregångarna till den moderna anarkismen, på samma sätt som man kan se det i "the Diggers" under den engelska revolutionen. read full story / add a comment