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An Earthquake-Proof Table currently at MoMA’s excellent Applied Design exhibition.
The table has shock absorbing legs that withstands a ton of falling weight.

An Earthquake-Proof Table currently at MoMA’s excellent Applied Design exhibition. The table has shock absorbing legs that withstands a ton of falling weight.

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Thank you for a great inspiration Simon. This made me think of Korean comfort women's protest that happens in South Korea. A group of past comfort women(a group of women who had been forced into sexual slavery during World War II by the Japanese Army) have been protesting their rights for years now to get Japanese government's apology. Their act also conveys the same idea of "the power of the people is stronger than the people in power." You can find more about comfort women here: http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/03/04/south-korean-comfort-women-sue-japan-rock-band/
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