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Posted in: AINU trademark application in China criticized by Japan's indigenous people See in context

Ignorance is dangerous thing. AINU is Chinese AINU, has nothing to do with Japan, by all international laws. Since when AINU becomes a Japanese thing ?

By the way, don't upset China, because China could revoke the name of Japan.

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Posted in: Japan OKs saliva-based tests for coronavirus detection; 34 new cases reported in Tokyo See in context

Oral fluid test is not as accurate as other body fluid test.

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Posted in: New Zealand may lift all virus restrictions next week See in context

From Japan to NZ, as long as you follow truth, as long as you don't lie about the nature of the pandemic, virus is containable. The key is that the govt has to play its role to protect its citizens.

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Posted in: Chinese media, HK gov't lash out at at Trump's pledge of curbs, sanctions See in context

Strangerland, I don't know your "ethnicity" which is "what allows me (aka you) to be free".

It seems that your ethnicity doesn't allow you to learn anything about true free China.

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Posted in: Japan airs strong concern after Hong Kong rally over security law See in context

Strangerland said "Parties that don't represent the people: Parties that rule by force and don't allow the people freedom".

You are talking about the parties of UK, aren't you ? HK was colonized by the British Colonists, ie. racists, with guns, by forces. It is the UK who is still supporting the terrorism in HK, isn't it ?

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Posted in: Japan airs strong concern after Hong Kong rally over security law See in context

Strangerland said "Neither is the CCP. In fact, they aren't even in a position to represent the people of China, since they were never chosen by the people of China. "

If a party whose policy is to serve people, defend nation's sovereignty, change people's life for better, can't represent people, then who can ? Chinese people choose CCP with blood, with suffering, and with sacrifice, for being independence. That is why PRC can beat ROC with small and poor armies. History never lies.

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Posted in: Japan airs strong concern after Hong Kong rally over security law See in context

Ignorance is a dangerous thing, worse than virus. Those in Taiwan and Hong Kong are the same ones back in 1931 when 関東軍 occupied the northeast China. They are traitors, they sell their souls, they steal Chinese people's properties and gave it to their masters. There were 400,000 Chinese armies in northeast China facing 40,000 Japanese armies, yet they were ordered to not resist, and retreated back. That is why the ROC lost mainland, because they lost Chinese people. Calling them democratic doesn't change the fact that they are the worst enemy of Chinese nation and Chinese people. Their freedom of treason should be denied, 100%.

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Posted in: Ending coronavirus emergency raises hope, sparks some concern See in context

Covid-19 isn't invincible, as being proven by northeast Asians. As long as you don't lie about it, as long as you act properly, it can be beaten.

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Posted in: Ending coronavirus emergency raises hope, sparks some concern See in context

Fighto!, said "Smart people and governments operate on the assumption that Communist China wont behave correctly - look at SARS and countless other examples - and are ready to protect their citizens."

Then let your smart govts protect you. It is their sovereign responsibility, isn't it ?

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Posted in: Ending coronavirus emergency raises hope, sparks some concern See in context

Monty, if China didn't behave correctly, you won't be able to speak even wrongly by now.

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Posted in: Ending coronavirus emergency raises hope, sparks some concern See in context

Northeast Asia needs to build a common emergency supply center as soon as possible. The Northeast Asia is the hope for future economic growth, and shining example of cooperation during the pandemic.

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Posted in: Japan airs strong concern after Hong Kong rally over security law See in context

Suga doesn't represent Japan. How could he if he lies ? Japanese population can't in any way support terrorists who burn innocent people, demolish public properties, kill citizens who spoke out against them. Is that democracy that Suga concerned about ? Then let it happen in Tokyo.

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Posted in: String of missteps slash Abe's support rates See in context

Abe's job is absolutely secured, no matter what he does. He can lie, he can bribe, and he can even launch a war if he likes, he has absolutely power. That is Japan. Because there is no alternative, he is above everyone, every law, and every justice.

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Posted in: Japan weighs attending G-7 if rescheduled in U.S. See in context

Abe should deliver two masks for each leaders at the cost of Japanese tax payers.

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Posted in: Abe ends state of emergency in Osaka, Kyoto, Hyogo; Tokyo's may be lifted Monday See in context

Ignorance is a terrible thing. Pandemic has been with humanity since the beginning of men and women. Have we ever stopped handshaking, kissing, and that thing ?

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Posted in: Abe ends state of emergency in Osaka, Kyoto, Hyogo; Tokyo's may be lifted Monday See in context

zichi said "Sweden's death rate is currently the highest in Europe, with 6.08 deaths per million in the last week compared to 5.57 in the UK and 4.28 in Belgium - but its economy has taken a smaller hit than Britain's."

There are some benefits for herd immunity, with risks. It is difficult to judge which way is better way, it is sovereign decision for the govt.

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Posted in: Japan urges Taiwan's participation in WHO assembly See in context

Strangerland said "We should actually just start replacing China with Taiwan at the UN and the WHO and any other world organizations. "

It had done before, against majority Chinese populations. Now the world has changed, and China is rightly recognized as the only govt to represent Chinese people on the planet of earth.

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Posted in: Japan urges Taiwan's participation in WHO assembly See in context

Mathematically speaking, Japanese govt doesn't represent Japanese population, the world should know that.

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Posted in: Japan urges Taiwan's participation in WHO assembly See in context

What is the legal basis for Japan to urge Taiwan ? Should be Tokyo also allowed to participate UN ? What did Taiwan contribute to the initial war against the virus ? Why would Taiwan limit the masks to the mainland ? Was it helpful or not ?

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Posted in: Japan braces for worst postwar economic slump See in context

It doesn't have to be this way, if Abe adapted the reality 6 years ago to have a friend relationship with China, instead of hostile one.

China is the future, as simple as that. Chinese golden market is there, next door, you can take it, or you can reject it, that is your choice, that is your freedom, that is your decision, no matter what you do, do it the best way for you, not for your competitors.

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Posted in: Japanese politician gets caught watching crocodile video during Diet session See in context

How this low quality life could possibly get into the govt ?

Perhaps he would share his naked body publicly in not too distant future.

Shameless, the quality of Japanese govt.

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Posted in: Parts of Japan emerge from virus emergency; Tokyo needs fewer than 20 daily infections See in context

Pandemic is a part of natural selection process, it will never disappear. This is science. Through evolution, humanity only grows stronger, not weaker.

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Posted in: Parts of Japan emerge from virus emergency; Tokyo needs fewer than 20 daily infections See in context

noriahojanen, the work is on the way to do the analysis of past cases. In fact, many cases already proved that the virus existed before November, 2019. In many countries too. Most recent one is from France, where cases are analyzed and found the virus caused the death can be traced back to November last year.

Science neve lies.

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Posted in: Has Japan dodged the coronavirus bullet? See in context

GW said " ...I fully expect the govt to lie & deceive.....its WHAT THEY DO!"

There is difference between errors and lies. All data driven science are error prone, that is the science.

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Posted in: Abe announces lifting of state of emergency for 39 prefectures See in context

It is the govt responsibility to protect the people who voted you into the office. As long as you are not willingly doing wrong things, then, as a sovereign govt, Abe is entitled to make the decision.

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Posted in: S Korea deploys mobile data, police to tackle nightlife cluster See in context

Japan is far behind, unfortunately, and needs to catch up, in terms of data science and 5G technology. Northeast Asia should have a common standard to facilitate the flow of information and people. South Korea and China already established fast corridor for the movement of business people, Japan should joint in without delay.

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Posted in: Fears grow over heat exhaustion caused by wearing masks in summer See in context

"Fears grow over heat exhaustion caused by wearing masks in summer".

Why ? There should be more fears without a mask.

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Posted in: 4.7 mil tweets criticize Abe plan to raise retirement age for prosecutors See in context

Brian Wheway said "...but Japan was at the bottom of the poll, with the worst in confidence and ability on how they have handled this situation".

Hahaha, the lowest death rate nation as Japan is rated at the worst in confidence and ability ?

What kind of logic is that ?

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Posted in: 4.7 mil tweets criticize Abe plan to raise retirement age for prosecutors See in context

How his fool can be possibly voted to be a PM of a greet nation and remains to be in the office for so long, after disasters after disasters ?

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Posted in: In Japan, pandemic brings outbreaks of bullying, ostracism See in context

Mizuame said "A group-centered culture is more susceptible to bullying. "

Wrong correlation. The relationships between bullies and liars are the positive one.

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