Write 11 pages with APA style on YMCA Baseball Team. As a sport, baseball has been linked with the struggle for self-rule and self-preservation. this being exhibited in such countries as South Korea and the state of Cuba: – In the former, against occupational rule by the Japanese, while in the latter against occupation and exploitation under Spanish colonial rule. The film “YMCA Baseball team” is based on the true historical aspect that ‘played out’ on the pitch in a hotly contested, emotional and captivating game. Through the game, there was a display of the protracted differences between the colonial Japanese masters and the Korean populace at large. In this movie, hitting the breaking ball by Ho-Chang (the main character played by Song Gang-Ho) in the situation that Korean national baseball team was two points behind by Japanese national team in the 9th inning expresses the desire toward liberating from Japanese colonial force and protecting our own tradition.In the film, the hitting of the breaking ball by Ho-Chang (role played by Song Gang-Ho), in the situation where the Korean national baseball team was two points behind the Japanese national team in the 9th inning, expressed the desire towards the liberation of the Korean people, from Japanese colonial military rule, and in the preservation and protection of their culture and traditions.Japan, as part of its 35-years imperialistic expansion, put Korea under its rule, this being in the form of military occupation. Korea as a whole was occupied and subsequently declared a Japanese protectorate in the year 1905 in the Tulsa Treaty. being annexed in the year1910, to form part of Japanese territory, through the enforcement of the annexation treaty. The Treaty was signed by Lee Wan-Yong. then given the General Power of Attorney by the Emperor Meiji of Japan. It should be noted, it is disputed that the Emperor himself actually signed the Treaty, thus ratifying it.Great-protracted disputes have fanned out as to whether this Treaty was actually genuine or not according to Law, this being because it was signed under the combined use of bribery, duress, and even threat of force/coercion.&nbsp.