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· August, 2008

Stories about Japan from August, 2008

29 August 2008

Japan: Paper Art

28 August 2008

Japan: Ministry study on biological roots of withdrawal and rage

Starting next year, a team of researchers recruited by the Japanese Ministry of Education will commit themselves to studying the connection between brain structure and sociability. Their aim will be...

Japan: Virtual Temple

Japan: Animal Garbage Bag

27 August 2008

Japan: Pet Culture

26 August 2008

Japan: Food Safety

Japan: Shopping for Funny Items

Japan and Thailand: Children of the Dark

Roy Berman from Multant frog elaborated his comments on a newly released film “Children of the Dark” which is about how children in Thailand are exploited by developed countries.

18 August 2008

Japan: To Japanese women, WaiWai was sexual harassment

Since it exploded on the Japanese Internet less than two months ago, the scandal at Mainichi surrounding the newspaper's former English-language column “WaiWai” has taken on epic proportions. While much...

Japan: Foreign Population

14 August 2008

Japan: Gaijin Stereotype Debate

Japan: Soft Machines

Japan: Rural City

Japan: Debate over Google Street View continues

Less than two weeks after Google rolled out Street View in Japan, debate continues in the blogs over whether the new service is an appropriate match for Japanese culture and...

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