Why do Japanese arts use the Japanese language?

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  1. jobo

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    yea 61 years to pay back the" help" and its maths
     
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    Yep! Okay, let's see here...

    Why do Japanese arts use Japanese language...

    I'm pegging maybe Koreans had something to do with it.....
     
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    Besides being a martial art Capoeira is considered a cultural art as well. While training Capoeira you will be exposed to other related Brazilian culture. Not to mention at this point you are expected to learn to speak some Portuguese. After all the songs are in Portuguese.

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    i guess you all missed the part where i said my comment was "tongue in cheek". which by definition means that you do not believe in what you are saying. it was an attempt at making light of a previous and now forgotten comment. it was meant to be humorous, but it fell flat on people too serious for their own good.
    and for the record i dont hear/ read the "news" any news left or right, on any medium. i find it all absurd and gross.123
     

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