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· April, 2008

Stories about Japan from April, 2008

Japan: Fertility Festival

Japan: Stick-puppet Animation

Japan: Candle Night for Tibetan

Japan: Architect bloggers stand against redevelopment plan

One of the most prominent modern architectural works in Japan is facing possible demolition. Japan Post, privatized last October, announced last year its plan to build a 200m building in...

Video on Flickr: An apple of dischord

Seventeen hours after its creation, the Flickr group "NO VIDEO ON FLICKR!!!" already has more than 5475 members and 670 items. What is even more amazing is that another group,...

Japan: Penis Pandemonium

South Korea: How the Dead are Remebered Differently?

Japan: Major Parties Cooperate to Legislate Regulation of “Harmful” Internet Content

Japanese bloggers have been making noise the past few days in reaction to two separate bills, submitted first by the ruling Liberal Democratic Party of Japan (LDP) and next by...

Japan: Next generation advertising communication

Japan: Kyoto Goal

Japan: Blogs a dangerous business?

Japan: Family registry system and same-sax couples

Japan: 7th Tokyo Pride Parade announced

Japan in full bloom

Spring has come to Japan with the first cherry blossoms of the year. People anxiously wait for the blossom forecast announced by the Meteorological Agency, while marking their calendar for...

Japan: Ikeda Nobuo on new Internet censorship bill

Japan: New Internet regulation bill sparks reactions from bloggers

Japan: Otaku Research #1

Japan: Bottle Tea

Korea and Japan: Korea's Role in WWII

Japan: the Japanese School Uniform

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