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Posted in: Japanese firms to jointly develop human rights app for foreign workers See in context

Hehehe ... Nice joke :) ...

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Posted in: Japan's main opposition party vows to realize separate surname option See in context

Why is this even an issue? The whole world allows keeping different names, even all the developing, or underdeveloped countries. Just allow it and move forward. Stop wasting our tax money on the same thing every few months.

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Posted in: Japanese companies to be banned from locking cell phone SIM cards See in context

Have been hearing this for over 5 years now, they always come up with clever ways of keeping their phones locked.

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Posted in: French father goes on hunger strike for children 'abducted' by Japanese wife See in context

Saying something about Japan's Justice system is totally useless. The country is not ready for a change by any measurable standard.

I just want to show my support for this guy. Even if he had some friction with his wife, the court should not deny him access to his kids. That is beyond torture.

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Posted in: Japan to impose 10-day quarantine on travelers from India, 5 other countries See in context

It's sad to see the whole world go crazy. I thought the world would be able to work out a standard set of protocols that every country follows.

Anyways, different treatment of foreigners vs. Japanese citizens is not good. The virus does not care if you are nihonjin or not. Anyone who is a resident of Japan or has a good reason to visit Japan should be allowed to come and follow the exact same protocols for quarantine that Japanese citizens do.

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Posted in: Who fired rockets against ordinary citizens first? Our hearts are with Israel. See in context

Japan should stay out of this, I believe very few people here understand this conflict. It is sad to see the world we live in, where the world allows the oppressor to do whatever they like with advanced weaponry and does not allow the oppressee to even shout back. This is our so called developed and civilized world.

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Posted in: Japan considers prioritizing Olympic athletes for COVID-19 vaccination See in context

I strongly believe that Japan has the capability and it should be one of the largest producer of COVID vaccines, but unfortunately we are having shortages of syringes to administer injects. This is extremely disappointing. Not sure why this is so low on Govt agenda.

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Posted in: Japan ranks 120th in 2021 gender gap report; worst among G-7 See in context

Shocked to see that Japan is 120. I thought it would be even lower than that.

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Posted in: Japan considers COVID-19 vaccination certificates for those traveling overseas See in context

No need to hurry, take few more years to think.

What a joke !!!!

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Posted in: Grief hasn't subsided for some survivors of tsunami See in context

A truly tragic event. This event has shaped the nation for many years to come. I hope we never forget this event and always prepare and plan for such disasters even if it means cutting back on some other infrastructure.

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Posted in: COVID-19 inoculations in Japan off to snail pace start due to vaccine, syringe shortages See in context

Shortages of syringes, that is crazy. I hope they are doing more vaccinations per day than they were doing testing. Being an advanced industrial nation, this is beyond my understanding.

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Posted in: Swiss to vote on whether to ban full facial coverings in public See in context

The whole world looks like this anyways. Freedom of speech/clothing/expression should be given to everyone as long as that does not affect anyone else emotionally or physically.

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Posted in: Tokyo District Court upholds ban on dual citizenship See in context

Hang in there. Just give it a few more centuries, and things will start changing here.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 374 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,685 See in context

The amount of testing and the cost of getting tested privately in Japan is extremely disappointing.

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Posted in: Coronavirus makes popular Japanese restaurant chain raise prices by one yen, but not to earn more See in context

Why accept only cash?

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Posted in: 2-year-old girl dies after being left in car for 7 hours See in context

Not sure why car companies have not stepped up to solve this issue with technology, this kind of incidents are common occurrences and something as simple as temperature/humidity sensor, motion sensor would go a long way.

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Posted in: 'Hostage justice?' Japan fights back with an internet FAQ See in context

What a Joke? Do some actual changes or else just keep quiet. Don't make fun of yourself.

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Posted in: Ghosn's escape prompts talk of more curbs in Japan's strict justice system See in context

I feel this will not change anything in Japan and probably won't roll any heads here too. Changing something is like accepting some part of the blame. Instead, why not blame everything on foreigners and foreign companies. Saves a lot of trouble.

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Posted in: Department store reviews plan for staff to wear menstruation badges after outcry See in context

Are you serious, how can someone even think about this idea?

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Posted in: Japan's new working visa acquired by only 219 foreigners in first 6 months See in context

With the requirement and conditions for the Visa I did not expect anyone will apply. So 219 is a huge success.

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Posted in: Japan's consumption tax raised to 10% amid swelling welfare costs See in context

Next solution would be to increase the sales tax to 15%. We are still waiting for addressing the root cause of problems not treating the symptoms.

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Posted in: Gov't to urge firms to help employees undergoing fertility treatment See in context

What does the Japanese Govt do: urge, suggest, and recommend. I seldom see a real action on the part of the Govt. There are so many real problems that needs real actions.

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Posted in: Japan grapples with traffic jams, visitors' manners amid tourism boom See in context

Japan needs to stop presenting tourism as if they are doing a favor to the outside world by letting them visit Japan.

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Posted in: Japan grapples with traffic jams, visitors' manners amid tourism boom See in context

I suggest a two years course on Japanese manners for anyone planning to visit Japan.

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Posted in: Politician’s birthrate plan: Parents should nag their kids to have at least 3 babies See in context

Yes, that is the solution we all were looking for. Keep nagging and if they don't do it, ground them for a month.

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Posted in: Japan beefs up measures against workplace harassment See in context

Are you kidding, do something real already. What a joke.

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Posted in: Australian navy pilots hit by lasers during South China Sea flights See in context

@Kenji, yes this is an act of war. But some times invading another country is declared to be an act of peace. What a hypocrite world we live in.

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Posted in: More details emerge over Kawasaki stabbing rampage, killer See in context

Very sad story. With guns you can bring in new laws, but with knives, what should be the best course of action. Probably better identification mechanism and facilities for mentally ill seems to be the only solution. I hope such kind of thing never happens again.

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Posted in: Abe says he is outraged over stabbing rampage See in context

Very sad, how can we stop this kind of attack to happen again?

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