Taiwan check’s Japan’s Goods

Taiwan check’s Japan’s Goods

I’ve met many friends on Okinawa, but many of them were foreign and in the middle of migrating from mainland Japan just after the Tohoku Earthquake and the meltdown of the Fukushima No.1 Reactor in March 2011.

Taiwan check’s Japan’s Goods

Taiwan check’s Japan’s Goods

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I’ve met many friends on Okinawa, but many of them were foreign and in the middle of migrating from mainland Japan just after the Tohoku Earthquake and the meltdown of the Fukushima No.1 Reactor in March 2011.

Pure French Language

Pure French Language

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By Into Other Places

The French government began to acknowledge the relentless Anglo Saxon penetrating their language, causing Culture Minister Fleur Pellerin on Wedneday at the annual French Language and Francophonie Week to succumb to the lingua franca of the world: “The French language is not frozen.”

Japan Updating Social Studies Textbook

Japan Updating Social Studies Textbook

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By Chosunilbo

My Japanese student is a lawyer who loves to engage difficult topics. Yet last week, during the most frigid spring in Okinawa, the topic was too heavy for her to accept.

Although No Science, It’s still Meat

Although No Science, It’s still Meat

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AFP PHOTO / TOSHIFUMI KITAMURA

A godsend occurred on Sunday as one-hundred-fifty melon-headed whales, which were in disguise as dolphins, appeared on two beaches on mainland Japan’s Pacific Coast in the Ibaraki Prefecture.

On Passive-Aggressive Persons

On Passive-Aggressive Persons

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Nihil fit ex nihilo

Unrequited love can spoil any kind of relationship. My coworker and I used to talk about a variety of topics, from life to work to sex, but recently we haven’t been able to about anything, even the work schedule, without emanating some kind of resentment.