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Chris Salzberg · September, 2007

Writer/translator/web developer living in Tokyo, Japan. Between April 2007 and March 2009, I was the Japanese language editor for Global Voices. Follow me on Twitter or check out stuff I've done on github.

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Latest posts by Chris Salzberg from September, 2007

Japan: Nuclear Power and Discrimination

Japan: Abe Double in Hospital?

Japan: Tokyo's Urban Ruins

Japan: Axe Murder, School Days and a Nice Boat

In a bizarre twist of events, the shocking story of a girl who killed her father with an axe, believed to be motivated by her interest in manga, triggered TV...

Blogging in Neo Patwa

When bloggers want to reach a wider audience for their message, there is a strong incentive to post in English in order to cross the global language divide. Blogger Jens...

Japan: Monju reactor trial to begin Sept. 20th

Japan: NOVA unable to pay its employees

Japan: Prime Minister Abe Steps Down

After less than a year in office, with approval ratings dropping to record lows after a recent humiliating upper house election defeat, Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo finally took the...

Japan: Prime Minister Abe Resigns

Japan: The “Happy Family” Bill

Japan: Interview with Dr. Patricia Steinhoff

Japan: Controversy over the Gun-Shaped Lighter Incident

Japan: Voters get the government they deserve

Japan: It's in the Milk

A group of scientists announced yesterday that Japanese women's breast milk has been found to contain a toxin similar to the pollutant PCB, with possible sources including a contaminated fish...

Wikiscanning arrives in Japan

Japan: First Manifesto of Neojaponisme

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