Temple University's Japan campus rebounding after quake


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They keep faking the total students number. Three thousand includes people who participate in one-day events, like corporate continuing education. The real numbers are more like 1,050 or 1,100 --- undergraduates and graduates combined.

Forty four from Main Campus is pathetic. Most all stateside colleges team up with a Japanese university to do study abroad. They don't build new, or lease.

Temple won't say what the facilities in Japan cost the school, and indirectly, the Pennsylvania taxpayers. They should say.

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Unfortunately for Temple,the Internet abounds with posters' dosimeters chirping away in the environs of Tokyo. Arnie Gunderson , the remnowned nuclear engineer ,personally tested 5 areas in Tokyo that all came up positive for contamination from the Fukushima plant. With isotopes of Cesium having a half life of thirty years, I would imagine that the desire to study Japanese culture would best be done outside Tokyo.

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