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Op-Ed: Slant I am

Slant. We all have it. Race, religion, creed. Right, left. Gay, straight. Like Bill O'Reilly, we stake out a territory and defend it. A journalist without slant is nothing but a copy clerk.
In the Media by Chikako Uchinami - 7 comments

Op-Ed: Japanese clothing company labels sizes as 'fat' and 'jumbo'

Tokyo - A look into a Japanese clothing company reveals an effort to help people love their bodies, despite controversy over the brand shifting gears with their head-turning size labels — which read "titch," "skinny," "fat" and "jumbo."
In the Media by Nora Meszaros

Last of original group of Navajo Code Talkers dies

The last of the original group of 29 Navajo Code Talkers of WWII has passed away. Chester Nez of Albuquerque, New Mexico, age 93, died Wednesday morning of kidney failure. Announcing his death was Judy Avila, who helped Nez write his memoirs.
In the Media by Karen Graham - 1 comment

Japanese pop group attacked by saw-wielding man

Members of Japan’s popular singing group AKB48 were injured in a violent attack by a man wielding a saw during a fan event.
In the Media by Sylvannia Soulet - 1 comment

Op-Ed: Amache - What Americans should know about US internment camps

Granada - Down a seldom traveled road in Colorado, sits the ruin of a once sprawling prison camp. Aside from some barbed wire and a couple of towers, only the foundations remain of the camp that once held around 10,000 Americans. They received no trial.
In the Media by Justin King

Japan Daily Press: HPV eradicated by Japanese mushroom extract

In a Japan Daily Press post dated yesterday, Maan Pamintuan-Lamorena reported that a Japanese mushroom extract may eliminate the human papillomavirus (HPV) found in cervical cancer cells.
In the Media by Jeannie Stokowski-Bisanti

Japan launches 'affordable' Epsilon space rocket

Yesterday, Japan launched the first in a new type of space rockets particularly designed to make future space missions more affordable.
In the Media by Dragos Ilca - 1 comment

Black hot dog is a Japanese delicacy

Tokyo - Known as Tokyo's legendary hot dog, this hot dog may look like it has been left in the grill for too long. In reality, it is actually becoming a Japanese delicacy.
In the Media by Jonathan Lam - 4 comments

Japanese chef was allegedly killed over bad meal

A Japanese chef based in Germany was allegedly killed after getting into a fight with two customers over a supposed bad meal he had cooked for them.
In the Media by Sami Zaatari - 2 comments

New trend: Photos of Japanese teens devouring humans

A new anime called Shingeki no Kyojin or Attack on Titans sparks a new trend for memes in Japan. Inspired by the concept of the anime, Japanese teens are utilizing camera angles to portray themselves as giants.
In the Media by Jonathan Lam

Japanese PM in vehicle accident, escapes injury

Tokyo - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was involved in a five-car pile-up at a toll gate in Tokyo en route to a rally on Saturday. He escaped unhurt, but two guards sustained facial injuries.
In the Media by Anne Sewell

Japanese underwear designed to effectively kill fart odors

The Japanese company called Seiren, known for making odor-killing clothing, has made a pair of underwear that effectively kills fart odors.
In the Media by Can Tran - 2 comments

Japanese protest deployment of U.S. Ospreys to Okinawa

Tokyo - Thousands of protesters gathered yesterday (November 4) to protest deployment of U.S. Osprey military aircraft to Okinawa. The Ospreys were deployed to the island last month in spite of local opposition after 2 crashes elsewhere.
In the Media by Ken Hanly

Chinese protest Japanese claim to Senkaku Islands (video)

Thousands protested in the streets of both China and Hong Kong over the disputed Japanese-controlled Senkaku Islands, named Diyaou by the Chinese, who claim it as their territory.
In the Media by Anne Sewell

300 radioactive Japanese cars seized by Russian customs

Russian officials started monitoring imports from Japan soon after the Fukushima Daiichi disaster in March 2011. They state that they have stopped 300 radioactive cars from entering the country.
In the Media by Anne Sewell

Japanese HTV3 space freighter lifts off for ISS

The unmanned Japanese HTV3 space freighter lifted off today and is heading for the International Space Station with supplies.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 2 comments

Four climbers perish in Alaska avalanche w/ update

Five climbers in Alaska's Denali National Park were swept away by an avalanche on Thursday. Today the rescue and recovery effort continues.
In the Media by Gar Swaffar - 4 comments

Video: Japanese 'ghost ship' destroyed by U.S. coast guard

The Japanese fishing vessel which drifted away during the tsunami in Japan and ended up near the Canadian coast last month, has now been sunk.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 8 comments

Japanese develop 'SpeechJammer' gun to shut up tiresome talkers

Japanese researchers have developed a "SpeechJammer" gun than can be used to force people to stop speaking from more than 30 meters away. The device does not cause pain or physical discomfort to the target.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 2 comments

Japanese prisoners poisoned by food

More than 1,000 inmates at Osaka Prison in Sakai, Osaka Prefecture, were left sick after they were struck with food poisoning.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 1 comment

Japanese kids speak with officials to share nuclear crises fears

Tokyo - Children from Fukushima Prefecture have met with government officials to voice their concerns about the ongoing nuclear crises that's affecting their region and their worries about the unsafe levels of radiation in places where they live, swim and play.
In the Media by Kim I. Hartman - 1 comment

Japanese return $78 million in cash found in earthquake rubble

Tokyo - The people of Japan may have lost their homes, family members, and their livehood to the earthquake and tsusnami but they haven't lost their integrity, according to reports that say over $78 million in cash and valuables has been turned in to authorities.
In the Media by Kim I. Hartman - 3 comments

Op-Ed: Bartender impresses audience with 100 sake bomb dominoes

It currently appears that everybody is after their five minutes of YouTube fame, and this bartender is no exception. In a task that was executed to perfection, he calmly drops 100 sake bombs into a collection of cold beers, much like a set of dominoes.
In the Media by Christopher Bates

Japanese World Cup star dies at 34

Matsumoto - Naoki Matsuda, a former World Cup football player for Japan, died today at the age of 34, two days after collapsing from a heart attack during training.
In the Media by Lynn Curwin

Japan's 'Takabisha' becomes the world's steepest roller coaster

Yamanashi - If you're an adrenaline junkie, consider visiting Japan - the new home of the world's steepest roller coaster - 'Takabisha'.
In the Media by Christopher Bates

Op-Ed: Despite the crisis in Japan, New York's Sushi Yasuda delights Special

New York - Among Manhattan's foodies and its armies of sushi snobs, and against a backdrop of disturbing angst over the nuclear crisis in Japan, New York's Sushi Yasuda thrives by its fresh delights.
Digital Journal Report by Michael Krebs

U.S. Army in Japan 'Operation Soul Train' clears station debris

U.S. Military involvement in Japan tsunami-earthquake relief and recovery nears end as soldiers clear debris from small-town train station. U.S. Military sea and air units already finished.
In the Media by Mark Weitzman

Radiation in Fukushima parks, schoolyards limits playtime

Fukushima schools limit outdoor recess time and city implements a one-hour time limit on playground use due to radiation threat to children. Soil removed from school grounds has no place to go.
In the Media by Mark Weitzman - 1 comment

Crane truck kills six Japanese kids walking to school Monday

Six elementary school children were run over and killed by a mobile crane truck Monday morning in Kanuma, Tochigi Prefecture, 136Km north of Tokyo.
In the Media by Mark Weitzman

Hotels across Japan have rooms for tsunami evacuees, govt pays

Victims of the recent Japan tsunami can stay in hotels and inns at the government's expense. Residents of a damaged area who are without household water can take baths in local hotels, and a Tokyo hotel postpones demolition in order to house refugees.
In the Media by Mark Weitzman
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A Japanese mother and daughter pause for reflection as they find a family photo amid the wreckage of...
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A Japanese mother and daughter pause for reflection as they find a family photo amid the wreckage of their home.
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Tsunami  Pacific coast of Japan March 11  2011. Photo taken March 24  2011
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Tsunami, Pacific coast of Japan March 11, 2011. Photo taken March 24, 2011
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Master Sgt. Claudesedrick Grace  the non-commission officer in charge of Joint Force Land Component ...
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Master Sgt. Claudesedrick Grace, the non-commission officer in charge of Joint Force Land Component Command (Forward), and Detroit native, removes a frame of broken glass from the Nobiru Rail Station, April 21 in support of Operation Soul Train. Operation Soul Train consists of U.S soldiers supporting the Japanese in removing debris from two rail stations.
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Tsunami Memory Stone  Kamaishi  Iwate Prefecture.
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Tsunami Memory Stone, Kamaishi, Iwate Prefecture.
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Japanese pop-rock band MONKEY MAJIK
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Japanese pop-rock band MONKEY MAJIK
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A scene from the upcoming Japanese movie:  TAP — Perfect Education
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A scene from the upcoming Japanese movie: "TAP — Perfect Education"
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Tsunami evacuees in shelter in Rikuzentakada City  Iwate prefecture March 27  2011.
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Tsunami evacuees in shelter in Rikuzentakada City, Iwate prefecture March 27, 2011.
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The Svalbard Global Seed Vault provides a safe backup of seeds on food crops conserved by seedbanks ...
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The Svalbard Global Seed Vault provides a safe backup of seeds on food crops conserved by seedbanks worldwide. This picture from inside the vault shows the shelves with the boxes holding the seed samples. (27 February 2008)
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KOMAKI  Japan — It s springtime in Japan and that means one thing. Actually  two things. Penis fes...
KOMAKI, Japan — It's springtime in Japan and that means one thing. Actually, two things. Penis festivals and vagina festivals. It may sound like a sophomoric gag. But these are folk rites going back at least 1,500 years, into Japan's agricultural past. They're held to ensure a good harvest and promote baby-making. Maybe they should hold more such festivals.
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Tsunami Memory Stone  Kamaishi  Iwate Prefecture.
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Tsunami Memory Stone, Kamaishi, Iwate Prefecture.
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New York City s Sushi Yasuda dish
New York City's Sushi Yasuda dish
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Sign in park in Fukushima City expresses apologies from city for declaring one-hour park-usage time ...
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Sign in park in Fukushima City expresses apologies from city for declaring one-hour park-usage time limit due to radiation level on soil and equipment.
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Imperial Palace  Tokyo  Japan
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Imperial Palace, Tokyo, Japan
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A plate of salmon sashimi.
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Christmas illumination at shopping center adjacent to Mizonokuchi train station  Kawasaki  Kanagawa ...
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Christmas illumination at shopping center adjacent to Mizonokuchi train station, Kawasaki, Kanagawa Japan.
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