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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
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Japanese Researchers Create Robot Claims to Think & Act Like a Man

A robot that can thought seems to be a thing that it is not impossible any more. A researcher at Japan named Osamu...
Oct 19, 2011 by rinaldy nubatonis - 1 comment

For most Japanese, World War II ended in 1945. But not for some:

Shoichi Yokoi, a soldier in the Imperial Japanese Army, was discovered in a remote section of Guam in 1972. He had been...
Oct 6, 2011 by ChrisLee


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