I once met a British person who lived in East Germany in the old days and he said all the citizens were trained to ‘defend’
(Research and Translation by Adrian Chan-Wyles PhD) Choi Yeong-Eui was very much the product of Japanese imperialism and colonial domination of Korea prior to WWII.
The Han ethnicity certainly is not ‘pure’, and may be thought of as very diverse. This is true except in the case of the Hakka people, who althougth a sub-stratum of Han today, are in fact considered to be a unique body of people that preserve and convey a specific type of unsullied ‘Northern’ Chinese culture extant hundreds of years ago.
This is a few of my academic notes which I am sharing. It represents only my opinion and is designed to further objective research and avoid the pitfalls of comfortable but highly ‘subjective’ viewpoints about ‘Hakkaness’.
No such object (or occupant) had been seen in Japan before. According to the interpretation that accompanies this picture, the craft exterior was made of steel, whilst glass windows (or ‘portholes’) allowed the pilot to see where she was going when navigating the craft. The Japanese discovers also reported finding a strange and unfamiliar script which they could not decipher. Characters from this script could be seen both inside and outside the craft.
Translator’s Note: This is an English translation of the original Chinese language article entitled ‘日军侵华731部队罪证：活体解剖高清照片 惨绝人寰!’, or ‘Tragic Photographic Evidence of the Invading Japanese Army