Japanese high school students memorize useless knowledge to pass the entrance exam, "How much does the Golden Stamp weigh?"

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Jul 25, 2015 09:44
Japanese high school students have to memorize important facts and unimportant things about Japanese history to survive in the university examination war.

For example,
How much does the "Golden Stamp" that Himiko was given from the Emperor weigh?
How many planes did go to Pearl Harbor?

Is it a quiz show?
The students should analyze the reasons of the big events.
Why these events occurred?
We have to learn a lot of things from the mistakes in the past.
Japan is the one of the safest, clean and convenient countries in the world so a lot of foreigners want to come and live in Japan.

Prime minister Sinzo Abe's military bill is controversial now.
Japanese young people don't seem to recognize the danger they are in.
By the way, could you tell me about your history education at school, please?

https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E6%BC%A2%E5%A7%94%E5%A5%B4%E5%9B%BD%E7%8E%8B%E5%8D%B0

日本の高校生は大切な事も取るに足らない事も大学の受験戦争に勝つために暗記しなければならない。
たとえば、卑弥呼が皇帝からもらった金印の重さは?
真珠湾攻撃に何基の航空機が向かったか?
まるでクイズショーだ。
学生はその理由を検証すべきだ。
なぜそれらの事が起ったのか?
私たちは過去の出来事から過ちを学ぶ事ができる。
日本は治安が良くてきれいで便利な国で、たくさんの外国人がここに住みたがる。
安倍首相の安保法案が、今、議論の的である。
日本の若者は平和ボケしているので、危機感を感じていないようだ。
ところで、みなさんの国の歴史の授業について教えていただけますか?




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