I am glad I didn’t see the original, so I could enjoy it without the burden of comparing. The plot and play were a bit silly (as expected), but the sound and the visuals were fantastic.
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Public toilets? Go the hell! People are visiting Soho to immerse themselves into the romantic historical atmosphere of London in 1800th, when the streets were full of horse dung and the air was filled with the mixture of urine and other household waste smells :)
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I am sure China has much lower death tolls than America's 1.5 million deaths and other third world country like India. China is much successfully to beat the Covid. The people of Wuhan has a done a very good job !
I hope you are right, but I am afraid it’s not over for China. Also, please take a look at the last paragraph of this article.
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But I arrived at the point where I am actively paying considerable amounts of money not to fly with a Chinese airline to never having to deal with their staff, organisation, airports, and co-travelers ever again in my life.
Exact experience from my side on all aspects.
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It’s very attractive to apply for a role, where the requirement is to be foolish enough ;)
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Gareth, lecturers in UK have okeish paycheck, but all the rest staff (which are the majority) are seriously underpaid.
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Thanks for ruining the world cup 2022. Next thing to do is Winter Olympics in august in Saudi Arabia.
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No matter who’s missile it was, Russian or Ukrainian anti-air missile, the responsibility lies solely on Russia. Ukrainians don’t fire anti-air missiles just for fun without a necessary reason.
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You people are lacking context - Japan is an easy country to get a working visa for. If you have a degree, and a job lined up, the paperwork is straightforward and affordable. It's thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars in other first-world countries, with stipulations such as age and linguistic proficiency, salary etc.
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You can’t make a new capitalism with old people. Just a hint.
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They are trying to disguise the humiliating and revealing blow they just had, when all the hostile threats from China about Pelosi’s visit were ignored and nothing happened in response.
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Of course it was a war crime. Even though they were targeting military important areas, the number of casualties among civilians was hugely disproportionate. And it was not something US army didn’t know or didn’t expect.
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Not in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria and now Donbass.
Without nukes we would have perhaps a two or three more world wars by now. Last time it cost us 50M people killed (with 100K from atomic bombs). The conflicts you mentioned are minor in comparison.
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It sounds contradictory, but atomic bombs saved so many people’s lives already.
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Would be nice if Japan introduced summer time shift for at least 2 hours. Its unnecessary bright at 4am, while just 7pm is already dark.
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That would assume the children that were not vaccinated are evenly distributed around the world, but this is not the case according to the article. If regions already struggling with their vaccination rates and that have other problems that make the vaccination much more important (such as malnutrition) that would mean problems will happen in those locations while vaccination is completely fine in other countries.
Actually, the regions mentioned in the article are home for almost half of the children in the world, which is still a very large number comparing to 25mln. I hope it closes the argument about distributions.
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If we take a proper angle, which is 25 million of kids out of 2.2 billion in total, the conclusion will be: COVID19 has negligible effect on vaccination schedule for kids. And that sentence should be the correct caption for the article.
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This will be an issue when they open the borders wide open. I am really enjoying Japan without tourists as everything is empty during the working part of the week.
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Changing climate only means that the farming locations need to be changed. That might be a critical issue for this particular farmer, but not for an industry as long as there are enough wasabi lovers.
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Ha-ha, why don’t they just propose to peacefully give the island to Chinese and then observe how they will preserve the nature etc.
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Not going to happen, even saying that the WHO should coordinate what countries decide to do against pandemic ends up with exaggeration and disinformation to oppose it, nobody is going to accept giving to the WHO (or any other institution) real power to force any country to do anything.
Well, more and more people and countries are realizing that WHO, UN and other post WW2 organizations are incapable to do anything. So, at least there is a growing demand to change that. It may take another few billions of casualties, but, eventually, we will come up with more efficient solutions.
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I wish we had an international organization capable to force countries to pay damages for causing these types of pandemics (in case if its proven or if they obstructing investigation).
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Nobody likes to be profiled, but knowing that comparing to Japan most of the countries have significantly higher crime rates and threshold for what is considered crime or anti-social behavior, I would myself target foreigners in the first place.
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Maybe a better idea would be to add Ukranian sign or substitute the Russian one with Ukranian.
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Russia has plenty of ships.
Not that many in Black sea. And Turkey blocked passage of reinforcements. Sinking “Moskva” is a serious win for Ukraine. I hope there will be more to come when Ukraine receives Harpoon missiles.
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It all sounds nice, but, as pointed out by another here, 80% of Russians are firmly behind Putin and Russia’s assault and invasion of Ukraine. Those are pretty high percentages in support.
Russians people are responsible for what is happening with Russia. But speaking of support evaluations, in a dictatorship, we can’t just simply ask a person about his/her opinion and expect an honest answer. We should look at 80% from the perspective that 20% speak against the war despite possible repressions.
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Japan just keeps its distance and throws money at global crisis however life's crisis warrants more than cash. That's why America has done a lot more than Japan since America donated cash, munitions, beds, breakfast, homes in America along with the ability to live and work in The United States Of America.
Yes and this is positive thing from USA. However, it was USA in Budapest Memorandum among those who pushed Ukraine to send their nuclear arsenal to Russia in exchange for some abstract security assurances.
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