Less Than a Beer: Tale of Two Capes

Visitors to Okinawa's Cape Zanpa, just a 20-minute drive from Kadena Air Base, will find this statue of Taiki, the Okinawan man who is believed to have opened tributary trade with China in the 14th century, pointing out past a 100-foot lighthouse toward the East China Sea. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tim Flack)

PHOTO BY: Tim Flack
VIRIN: 150811-F-VL585-001.JPG
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