BTS T-shirt: Japanese TV show cancels BTS appearance over atomic bomb shirt
A Japanese TV show has cancelled an appearance by hugely popular K-pop ________ BTS, amid controversy over a shirt worn by one of the band members.
A picture of Jimin wearing a T-shirt ________ the US atomic bombing of Japan, which killed hundreds of thousands of people, started being shared ________.
It stirred anger among some ________ BTS fans, who called it an "insult".
BTS later apologised to its fans for not being able to make an appearance.
The "atomic bomb" T-shirt ________ featured Korean independence slogans.
It was seen by some in Japan as celebrating the bomb which eventually ________ to the independence of the Korean peninsula from Japanese colonial rule.
Japan and Korea's shared wartime history remains an extremely sensitive ________ in both countries.
The shirt and the A-bomb BTS, a ________ Korean pop group, was originally scheduled to perform on TV Asahi's Music Station show on 9 November.
"A t-shirt design worn by one of the members caused controversy... we ________ been discussing it with the record label. However, we decided to postpone their appearance this time," said TV Asahi in a statement ________ online.
It is unclear when exactly Jimin wore the shirt in question, but pictures of him ________ it started circulating online in October.
I can never admit the Nintendo's ________ protection program to third partys. It would destroy the game industry. If a third party gets the program, they would try to ________ a game for Nintendo, not users. Actually Panasonic did the same ________ on 3DO before. They gave a lot of money to third parties, and made them make games. They also promised to buy certain amount of copies to third parties. But as a result it ________ the 3DO market. Most third parties made very cheap games with low costs and got Panasonic to buy their ________, and got a profit with no risk. And thd 3DO market had too many shit games and ________ over.
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A high-spirited, jokey anime series about ________ teenage girls who join a scientific expedition to Japan’s Antarctic research station might sound like a show with a ________ specific audience. But “A Place,” written by Jukki Hanada and directed by Atsuko Ishizuka, is a funny and moving coming- of-age story that should ________ across all boundaries of age or culture. Never mawkish or contrived, it’s an absolutely authentic depiction of how friendship can ________ adolescent anxiety and grief.
We went back and of course ________ the Yellow version, for example. If you go back now, it’s actually that there’s some fairly tough parts in ________. It maybe takes like 40 hours to complete the game. We knew that we needed to make it a little bit more streamlined for more ________ audiences. So really just improving the pace of play without destroying the feel of the ________ games was how we approached it.