Monday, August 07, 2006


I visited the National Museum of American Indian. Being there, I was thinking about real relationship between people. I’ve studied international economics since last spring. And I am interested in helping people in developing countries. But I think a present help to them by developed country break their cultures or identities. So I want to study what real aid is. And I want to do so to the poor in this world.


At 7:47 PM, Blogger Nina Liakos said...

Indigenous peoples everywhere have suffered when more powerful people have invaded their land and stolen their resources. The many indigenous peoples of the Americas exemplify this sad fact, as do the Ainu of Japan.

At 8:36 PM, Blogger Laura said...

Hi Rikko!

NMAI was really interesting, wasn't it? I think it gave an interesting perspective on how the American Indians lived and live nowadays. It made me think a lot too - for instance, even now the "White Man" still rules America. They have all the top roles in society, like how there has yet to be a president who is not white.

At 6:28 AM, Blogger Reco said...


NMAI told me that relationship is so important as we are in one society.


I think so, too. I think that if there is real democracy in a state, all the people can be a president.


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