To fight for honor. Samurai Campaign, complete gameplay walkthrough. ◢Twitter - http://twitter.com/MassiveNetwork ◢Facebook - http://fb.me/MassiveNetwork ◢Subscribe!: http://bit.ly/1ycoGsk ◢Google+ - http://goo.gl/gEiI5 Enter the chaos of war as a bold Knight, brutal Viking, or deadly Samurai, three of the greatest warriors of legend. Wield your blade like never before with the innovative Art of Battle combat system that puts you in total control of your warrior. Master the sword, and fight in brutal, fast-paced melee combat across an engaging story campaign and groundbreaking multiplayer modes. Discover the world of For Honor and live the history behind the war between the Knights, Samurai, and Viking factions as you carve a path of destruction through an intense, believable battlefield. For Honor Multiplayer Classes: Samurai: The Kensei, The Shugoki, The Orochi, The Nobushi Knights: Wardens, Conquerors, Peacekeepers, Lawbringers Vikings: Raiders, Warlords, Berserkers, Valkyries
(日本語字幕あり) How to deal with Racism or discrimination when it happens. How not to deal with it. DO - assess the situation, make sure you are not misunderstanding - take video evidence if nessisary - walk away if violence happens DO NOT - become violent - smash stuff - start yelling racism back Many people mistake things like - not sitting becide on train - pointing to menu items - pointing to numbers or giving number gestures as racist but its not. This is normal for everyone. EXAMPLES of what you can do in common situations. "Someone randomly hands you the Foreign language menu" - I say, "oh sorry this is foreign language menu", and the staff say sorry and give you the normal menu. "Someone randomly says hello hello! to you in the streets" - Ignore it. Just keep walking. You don't need to get upset or annoyed, even though it can be annoying. Just pretend they don't exist and carry on your day. "A random person shouts its a gaijin!!". - I often depending on situation turn to them and say "I am not a gajin" or I turn to my friends and say "theres no gaijin here". Though its clear I don't have citizenship yet, its important to teach people this isn't right. Its not okay to shout to people who can hear you and point it out. This is rude in Japan, so there should be no acceptions to someone visibly different. Gaijin or not, is not the point. The point is its rude to randomly shout this out. "You got a fork for your sushi". - Now this would be 100% weird, in Japan we don't eat sushi with a fork, and if needed, its more normal to eat with hands. I have never had this happen, but once someone tried to give me a fork for my gyoza, I didn't even realize it was because they thought I couldn't use chopsticks, because the concept of chopsticks is just so normal and discrimination is so rare, I acted as if any other Japanese would "THIS IS GYOZA ! hahahahhaha". Because Gyoza should be eaten with chopsticks. I had thought they mistaken the food I got. "the ppl who get all excited when you speak Japanese" - well, because it truely is confusing, I often just make a confused face and say, what is so exciting? Some people don't even say the words that they are excited you speaking Japanese, they just clap and make weird sounds, like someone on drugs. This happened in Hokkaido once, I just said to my friend, "these people are so excited, I dont know what is so exciting". and blew it off. "people who sometimes cut into your convo on the train, try to practice English". - just ignore them. Its rude to talk to strangers suddenly, and very uncomfortable. You dont owe them your time, if it makes you uncomfortable you need to make that clear. "people who are drunk and try to grab you in the streets and take a picture". - ignore them. some people get all yayyyyyy!!! too, and take pics, but it only teaches them its okay. Some people think its okay, that white and black ppl just walk around being friends with everyone. My best friend got pulled into a purikura booth and they all tried to pull up her skirt because they thought this is normal to do. "people who ask where you are from" - I say Tokyo. Most ppl stop there, but some people are upset and whine.These people truely dont wanna get to know me, because if they cared about me, Tokyo is a good answer, instead they wanna hear some foreign city. This is going on my 6th year in Tokyo, I have lived in Tokyo longer than any other city. I don't remember much details and so much has changed about the city I lived in before. I personally find it so insulting that they truely dont care about me enough to care about my answer. Its quite rude. Imagine if I was born in tokyo? Their responce would be the same. So my responce to them is "oh Tokyo isnt cool, maybe you like Osaka better". "people who keep asking about family background" - strangers, sometimes ask personal questions, families birth place, citizenship. you dont have to give this. Dont feel that its normal to just start talking about your private life LETS MOVE ONTO THE MORE HARSH RACISM "you cant buy this appartment" - yes, its hard for gaijin to rent. And yes. they can discriminate. BUT, some appartment rental shops, WILL NOT even check if that landlord accpets or denies gaijin, they just assume so and tries to sell you shitty shitty places. Just go to another rental shop. If you want any more examples, please comment bellow ^^ MY NAME IS MIRA. I am a Youtuber from Tokyo Japan. I make a lot of videos about Japan, so if you are interested, check them out. ミラです。東京からの日本文化紹介チャンネルです。 You also should check out my facebook, twitter and blog :) http://www.facebook.com/kanadajin3 http://www.twitter.com/kanadajin3 http://instagram.com/kanadajin3 ★http://www.ebay.com/usr/kanadajin3 http://www.kanadajin3.com http://kanadajin3.blogspot.jp/
The World's Most Dangerous Journey: Lawless and uncharted, the Darien Gap is the world's most dangerous migrant trail. Refugees must face treacherous waters, unrelenting jungle, bandits and guerrillas on their journey from Colombia to the USA. A report by SBS Dateline. WATCH PART 2 HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Nv5QWTZyDw "We've had no food for four days and only river water to drink. We've had so much trouble, we haven't slept for eleven days", cries a desperate Bangladeshi refugee. The jungle is merciless and cruel. These refugees have fled political persecution in Nepal and Bangladesh. "In Bangladesh they cut us. Here, and here, they chopped us here, they chopped us and we had to leave. That's why we had to come to the jungle". Having landed in Brazil a month before, the refugees have travelled overland through Bolivia, Peru and Ecuador, to Colombia. Most refugees stop off at the village of Bijao, the gateway to the most dangerous part of the Darien Gap. A migrant trafficking economy had opened up. Locals sell supplies to the travellers and guide them from there to the border with Panama. It's a risky business, but brings much needed capital into the community, which lacks schools and healthcare. Here, people die from treatable diseases such as malaria. Panama has now closed its border to all migrants, but undoubtedly a new gap will be found and the flow will continue. For similar stories see: Libya's Descent Into Immigration Chaos (2014) https://youtu.be/RPz85Ii7Loc People Literally Worship Gangsters In Venezuela https://youtu.be/NmeLmJEKkIY The Last Days Of Colombia's FARC Guerrillas https://youtu.be/VGAX49DvAGA Subscribe to journeyman for daily uploads: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=journeymanpictures For downloads and more information visit: https://mainsite.journeyman.tv/film/6883 Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpictures Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/journeymanpictures SBS Australia – Ref. 6883 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding and controversial journalism covering any global subject you can imagine wanting to know about.
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