Who has never sent a video of an elf dancing with her face to a family member. friend or colleague? And it is that more than a billion people have been participants. A number that grows uncontrollably every day. If you haven’t tried it yet. we recommend it. Office Max Christmas Campaign – Elf yourself 2. Target The supermarket chain campaign featured a housewife committed to Christmas. In her spots we can see her passion so that everything is perfect on these dates and illusion and magic are not lacking in any corner. 3. Westjet The airline company conquered our hearts with this campaign. Santa Claus dressed in blue visits a small town in the Dominican Republic to fulfill the requests of anyone who wants something. The smiles of the little ones. the emotion of the older ones brought tears to our eyes.
Sainsbury’s Official In this spot. based on real events. they recreate the truce between the British and Germans during World War I in order to celebrate Christmas and exchange supplies. A campaign with more than 17 million visits. 5. John Lewis Undoubtedly. children are the ones who live Christmas body and soul; as a demonstration the protagonist of this John Lewis campaign. who doesn’t have time to give the gift to his parents. A campaign that hides dedication. enthusiasm and the vision of the little ones. Five members of the United Red Army armed group ( Rengō Sekigun ) had been entrenched in a small mountain hotel called Asama – Sansō for ten days..
There They Held The Owner
Hostage and resisted the siege of more Mexico phone number a thousand agents. Finally. on February 28. police launched a direct assault on the hotel with the help of a wrecking ball. pressurized water and tear gas. So they managed to free the hostage and arrest the kidnappers. The assault. which resulted in the deaths of two police officers and a civilian working with the authorities. was accompanied by a live television marathon of more than ten hours. During these hours about sixty million Japanese stood in front of the screen. Why are such shocking events so unknown to us? Japan has an important tradition of left-wing radicalism that until recently has remained largely ignored in Spanish-speaking countries.
In general. the Spanish-speaking collective imagination conceives of Japan as a country tending to conservative positions and lacking historical experiences of a revolutionary nature. to the point of embracing myths such as the Japanese-style strike. However. the revolutionary left has played a key role in shaping contemporary Japanese society. This fact cannot be ignored if one intends to know Japan in all its complexity. Japan was the first Asian country to industrialize at a rate similar to that of Western countries. It was with the emergence of a working class that the elements of which they were most aware were first articulated through anarchism and. after the Russian Revolution (1917). through communism.
Beginning In The 1920s
Japan was the epicenter of Marxist theory in Asia . and Japanese is still the language in which most Marxist theory has been written after English. French. and English. German and Russian. The revolutionary left has played a key role in shaping Japanese society After World War II. the Japanese left played a key role beyond the theoretical plan. This is reflected in the numerous factory occupations between 1945 and 1947. the deployment of guerrillas in the mountains between 1950 and 1955. the mass campaign against the security treaty between the United States and Japan (1960). the student movement of the 68 Japanese and the emergence of armed groups such as the United Red Army in the early 1970s. Recently. this aspect of Japanese society has begun to receive more attention in Spanish-speaking countries.
The publication of books that bring us closer to the experience. Of the revolutionary left in Japan is an example of this. The following are the seven most recently published books in Spanish that shed light on this dimension: Left and revolution. A Political History of Postwar Japan (1945-1972) 7 books that bring us closer. To the leftist movements in Japan Cover of the book Esquerra i Revolució. It is the first academic work to cover the history. Of the post-war Japanese revolutionary left in Spanish. during its heyday. It was published by Edicions Bellaterra within the. Biblioteca d’Estudis Japonesos collection. directed by Professor Blai Guarné in collaboration with the. Center for Studies and Research on East Asia at the UAB. The book deals with all the phases of the. Development of the post-war Japanese radical left.