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Reblogged from gelezinelape 2011 March 12, 21:56:15 by pipedija


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2011 March 12, 14:27:20 by pipedija

Breaking news from Fukushima, amateur video shows nuclear explosion


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The 20th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations between Lithuania and Japan Commemorative Events in 2011

2010 December 11, 02:10:10 by pipedija

UPD.

PNN favorite who wins nothing - Morfai Logo


(Source: lt.emb-japan.go.jp)


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YouTube caught in the middle of China-Japan dispute

2010 November 9, 23:51:46 by pipedija

Senkaku Islands: China—Japan Confrontation at Sea

(Source: Ars Technica)


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2010 November 1, 05:48:34 by pipedija

Passage to Freedom / Baseball Saved Us by Ken Mochizuki 

Author Ken Mochizuki reads his award-winning book Baseball Saved Us about a Japanese American boy who learns to play baseball when he and his family are forced to live in an internment camp during World War II. Hearing about how his ability to play the game helps him after the war is over adds to this touching story.

Listening to the author read his story about Chiune Sugihara in A Passage to Freedom offers an even more dramatic understanding of the difficult decision that the Japanese diplomat made in 1940: should he follow a Japanese government mandate and refuse visas to Jewish refugees in Lithuania, or follow his conscience and try to save lives?

(Source: qksrv.net)


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2010 October 31, 17:54:44 by pipedija

ACTROID-F. Very real looking robot. Amazing invention by japanese


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2010 October 26, 00:39:00 by pipedija

Lithuania congratulates Myanmar on upgrading their flag and encourages others to do the same!

Lithuania congratulates Myanmar on upgrading their flag and encourages others to do the same!


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Japan’s Close Alien Encounters 1803

2010 October 20, 20:11:35 by pipedija

The same alien spaceship sighting happened all across Japan.


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Japan-China relations stand at ground zero

2010 October 11, 03:54:00 by Japan-China relations stand at ground zero

By Yoichi Funabashi Asahi Shimbun Editor In Chief



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2010 October 10, 04:13:24 by pipedija

Crimes committed by US soldiers in Japan - PressTV

(Source: youtube.com)


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Twitter hack: Made in Japan?

2010 September 24, 02:11:00 by pipedija

Via Japan Today


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Japan names ambassadors for aiding Iraq, Afghanistan

2010 September 21, 07:02:49 by pipedija

The Japanese government appointed Mitsuo Sakaba as ambassador for coordinating Iraq reconstruction aid, and Tadamichi Yamamoto as ambassador for supporting Afghanistan and Pakistan, effective Tuesday.

Sakaba, 61, has previously served as ambassador to Vietnam, and Yamamoto, 59, ambassador at the Japanese delegation to the U.N. educational, scientific and cultural organization, since 2008. Yasuaki Nogawa became ambassador in charge of inspection and Makoto Yamanaka in charge of science and technology cooperation, as part of a set of reassignments endorsed at Tuesday’s Cabinet meeting.

(Source: japantoday.com)


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Reblogged from theeconomist 2010 September 19, 18:54:04 by pipedija

These robotic suits, worn by humans and produced by Cyberdyne in Japan, let the paralysed walk and give care-workers extra strength to carry the old and infirm to a wheelchair. Businesses like this need stability to prosper - and the country’s recent parade of interchangeable prime-ministers (five in four years) has hardly helped.

These robotic suits, worn by humans and produced by Cyberdyne in Japan, let the paralysed walk and give care-workers extra strength to carry the old and infirm to a wheelchair. Businesses like this need stability to prosper - and the country’s recent parade of interchangeable prime-ministers (five in four years) has hardly helped.


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2010 September 16, 00:06:40 by pipedija

Soros: Japan “right to intervene”

In an exclusive interview with Chrystia Freeland, billionaire financier George Soros says that Japan was right to move in foreign exchange markets to bring down the value of the yen.


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2010 September 16, 00:04:22 by pipedija

Japan to yen: ‘Whoa!’

Japan’s government takes steps to slow the appreciation of the yen, after it hit a fresh 15-year high against the dollar.


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