The Philippine educational system came to a complete standstill upon the evasion of the Japanese army. During the occupation educational institutions remained closed.
Much of the Japanese written language is based on kanji. The Kanji came from China. The Japanese then added Katakana and Hirakana to provide additional ways of writing.
It being a time of war, security of the nation came first. Although hasty on the part of the US, Japanese residents were rounded up and placed in internment camps.
Because when the Chinese came, they didn't have a written language of their own.
Traditional Japanese books (tategaki) are read from top to bottom in columns, and right-to-left, so these books are read from "back cover to front" compared to English books.Modern Japanese books called yokogaki are printed in the English format.The original Japanese writing system (kanji) came from Chinese, and consists of pictograms that represent sounds. There are several thousand of these. But most modern Japanese is written using the scripts called kana (hiragana or cursive, and katakana, or angular).
The people from Japan came for better life?
Japanese immigrants came from Japan, which is on the Asian continent.
The Japanese were sent to Yellow "Perlin" and that came the camp in the U.S.
Korea was occupied by the Japanese in 1905 at the end of the Russo-Japanese War.
During the 1840'S and after