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Posted in: Malaysian couple to hang for starving Indonesian maid See in context

I am as Malaysian and I know of many cases of abuse but no use to report because of corruption at all levels of government . Money talks. And who you know.

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Posted in: 2 Japanese chefs in U.S. plead guilty to serving whale meat See in context

Where are the pro whalers now?

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Posted in: NRA says tainted water may have to be released into ocean See in context

Guys and gals, Read the signs. All that have been commented tells me you all know the risk. Another serious incident ( earthquake, tsunami etc ) the disaster will increase many fold. Get out while you can. I did a year ago. Do you have any confidence in the food you eat?

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Posted in: Malaysian police say Japanese man hanged himself in cell See in context

Malaysia. Corruption starts at the highest level, and at all levels. Death in police custody and in prison is quite common. Many of these deaths are cover up as suicides.

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Posted in: Japan's wartime brothels were wrong, says 91-year-old veteran See in context

Not also that japan also invaded and occupy malaysia. Compensation was paid but it all went into the pockets of the corrupt malaysiam politicians,

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Posted in: Serial mugger targets women in Kanagawa See in context

Guys, Iworked in Japan for a few months and have been following JT. The comments you guys make, on this case and others gives the impression that there are many " anti Japan or anti Japanese " people among you. While these cases are unjust, horrible, disgusting etc, and rightfully to be condamned, you can be sympathetic.

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Posted in: South African Tourism See in context

Motheo. If you read the comments so far, the readers, including myself, say that SA is a beautiful country. And you are right, crime do exist in other countries, but ....... 58 people get murdered everyday in SA, and the countless assults, rapes, car-jacking that does not get report? All we are saying be careful. Nice country but..... To me, Capetown is the most beautiful city in the world, bet I still say, it is not safe. I would not walk alone in the streets alone. Been there, done that. Get your govt to be serious about corruption and crime. Start with your beloved Zuma.

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Posted in: South African Tourism See in context

Sherman, I have heard people say that. It is a pity 'cos SA is sure a beautiful country.

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Posted in: South African Tourism See in context

While in South Africa, visitors should visit Botswana. Botswana do not have the same infrastructure as SA, people are also very poor, but it is very safe, and the people are very friendly. Visit Kasane and take a short drive to visit Vitoria Falls. Its spectacular.

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Posted in: South African Tourism See in context

South Africa is a wonderful place; I lived and worked there for 5 years. What has not been mentioned is that there is extreme poverty among the majority South Africans, plus a lot of illegal immigrants from Zimbabwe. Hence, crime rate is extremely high. Visitors should be careful.

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Posted in: More radioactive water leaks found at Fukushima nuclear plant See in context

I have been working in Japan for the last 8 months. I have just left, and will not return again. The nuclear/radiation concerns is the main reason.....

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Posted in: 'I Wish' director wishes Japan could recover all lost in quake See in context

Hi Beangry and everyone. I think it is OK to wish although just wishing will not realistically change anything; but it brings out the good side of the wisher. Anyway, I am writing for another subject. As you may have guessed I am an Aussie, just arrived in Japan not long ago. Before I arrived I was assured that there is no issues with radiation in Food, the air, etc. I am in Yokohama. What is concerning me now is that I have read from comments on JT over the passed several weeks - yes, from you guys, suggesting that there is in fact radiation affected food etc. What is the real story here? Have I been told lies? Appreciate some response on this matter

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Posted in: Tonga beats Japan 31-18 at World Cup See in context

Agree with you BurakuminDes. Its a long way to the top if you want to rock & roll. There was a time when the world didn't think Japan and Korea ( and Africa ) could ever compete at the top level in Soccer.

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Posted in: Tonga beats Japan 31-18 at World Cup See in context

If Japan wants to be with the "Big Boys" Japan needs to put in much more. And even then, the Japanese team will struggle. Japanese are physically smaller compared to the others. This is a tough game.But good on them for trying

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