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· June, 2007

Stories about Japan from June, 2007

Japan should work with China to tackle photochemical smog problem

Japan: Distance between NHK and Government

Japanese Enlist for Billy's Boot Camp

Billy's Boot Camp has hit Japan, and Japanese bloggers are talking all about the show's star, Billy Blanks. Athlete of the year in the USA Karete Hall of Fame and...

Japan: Chlorophyll cleansing at Osaka

Japan: Poor = Creativity?

Japan: Anti-freeze Toothpaste and Toxic Thomas

Last week, reports emerged that two Japanese companies were recalling thousands of Chinese toothpaste products sold to hotels across the country after the health ministry reported finding that they contained...

Japan: parents’ involvement in after-school daycare centers

Japan: Reactions to the Nova Suspension

Nova, the largest English language school operator in Japan and well-known for its fuzzy pink mascot, is in dire straights, having been ordered last week to suspend part of its...

Japan: Cellphone recycling bins

Edo from Pink Tentacle blogs about cell phone companies’ plan to equip convenience stores with cellphone recycling bins, making it easier for people to recycle their unwanted handsets.

Japan: Pearl Harbor Never Happened

Japan: War Responsibility Project

Japan: Freak Accidents

Japan: Video Art, Media and Zen

Japan: Lawmakers’ Ad on Comfort Women

A group of Japanese lawmakers took out an ad in the Washing Post to present “the facts” about the comfort women that “no historical document has ever been found by...

Japan: Art of campaigning

Japan: Fingerprinting visitors

Japan: Confidential Police Files Leaked, Again

What do a group of sex crime victims, police informants, traffic violators, members of Japan's largest crime syndicate and a man being stalked by his girlfriend all have in common...

A Japanese blogger who studies Korean

Japan: Wooden Car

Japan: Death of a Pop Star

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