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Chris Salzberg

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

Japan: Looking back on 2008

The last year in Japan saw, among other things, an economic crisis, employment instability, and the beginnings of the collapse of journalism. While the year was already recapped here last...

Japan: The future of Toyota

Japan: “What are you up to now?” has become a taboo question

The world recession has hit Japan just as it has hit other parts of the world, and many are worried about their future. In an entry that attracted a great...

Japan: J-CAST vs. newspapers

Japan: The end of PingMag?

Japan: Who is running 2-Channel?

Japan: The year in Japanese blogs

What were bloggers writing about this year in the Japanese blogosphere? The year in Japanese blogs at Global Voices included posts on everything from an American Enka singer making waves...

Japan: Crisis in primary news reporting

The shifting landscape of news media in Japan has triggered its fair share of debate recently, with many criticizing the mainstream press for major slip-ups and what some perceive as...

Japan: How to learn a foreign language

Japan: Bloggers’ Meeting on Dec. 18th

Japan: Hatena Bottle a spam trap?

Japan: Ikeda on the Fall of Japanese

Japan: Fukuoka Bar Association requests halt to Street View

Japan: Falling Land Prices

Japan: Suginami Ward proposes removal of Street View images

Japan: The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya

Japan: Chrétien, Aso, ALF

Japan: Thoughts on Itochu trading scam

On October 10th, Itochu Corporation announced that it had paid close to one hundred billion yen in false transactions valued at nearly 100 billion yen to Mongolian suppliers for construction...

Japan: Response to Obama “Put down the Wii Remote” Ad

Japan: Spam mail from a chimpanzee

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