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Posted in: Ruling finalized ordering cell phone TV owners to pay public NHK subscription fee See in context

Keeps getting ridiculous.

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Posted in: Pakistan shoots down 2 Indian air force planes; carries out strikes in Kashmir See in context

Wow amazed at how people are misinformed on Pakistan India issue. For example @AlexBecu says Pakistan got Nukes first. The truth is that India got them in 1973 while Pakistan developed afterwards and reached that capability in 1990s. People should understand that when they don't know what they are talking about, not commenting is a better option.

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Posted in: Pakistan shoots down 2 Indian air force planes; carries out strikes in Kashmir See in context

I hope both countries will show restraint after this. But response from Pakistan was justified under given circumstances. I hope both Pakistan and India should understand that Kashmir is an unresolved issue and they must find some solution through dialogs.

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Posted in: Abe discusses Russia, Japan's low birthrate, social security in New Year statement See in context

Raising up kids in Japan still have huge problems that will not be solved by free pre-school. There is no system to give relief to parents, services as basic as baby sitting don't exist or are too expensive. This is a cultural thing. Help to mothers with household chors also don't exist. Similarly parental leaves for fathers mostly exists in documents and are not easy to avail. There are too many other things to list. I would say changing culture and mindset is as important as investing in the system.

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Posted in: Founder of staffing firm gets suspended sentence for speeding at 147 kph on expressway See in context

In Japan speed limits are a joke, no one follows them anyways. Plz have more realistic limits.

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Posted in: Foreign divorced parents fight in vain for child custody in Japan See in context

My heart is with you, but you are fighting in vain. Japan has yet to enter 21st century or even 20th century in many areas. Judicial system is one of them.

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Posted in: Australia considering embassy move to Jerusalem: PM See in context

Sad world we live in, I stand by Palestinians right to breath.

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Posted in: On your way See in context

Great shot ... elegant princess.

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Posted in: Cabinet approves 52 aides to ministers after reshuffle See in context

Are they also above 80 years of age like the cabinet

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Posted in: Osaka cuts sister city ties with San Francisco over 'comfort women' statue See in context

Osaka mayor cut ties, also please grab a tissue and cry like baby. Come on, admit what you did and appologise show remorse. This goes for all countries not only Japan.

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Posted in: Saitama hospital threatens to inject owners of illegally parked cars with needles See in context

Why not do what normal places do. Put a charge for parking and make it free for hospital visitors.

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Posted in: Abe faces host of diplomatic, economic issues after cabinet revamp See in context

Clear sign that Japan is an aging society. Or already aged society.

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Posted in: Kyoto introduces lodging tax on tourists See in context

There are enough taxes already, just lack of competency.

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Posted in: Japan faces scrutiny over longer detentions at immigration centers See in context

"Will be banned from bringing families", is this 21st century.

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Posted in: Railway services to typhoon-hit Kansai airport resume See in context

Great to see the train service up and running again. Kudos to a lot of work and dedication that went into it.

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Posted in: Osaka to provide multilingual disaster information for foreigners See in context

Do you need a disaster to realize that you NEED MULTILINGUAL SUPPORT everywhere especially if you are promoting tourism. I am afraid if something like this happens during olympics they will keep announcing and showing all the information in Japanese and no one will understand anything. FOR GOD's SAKE get out of the Island mentality.

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Posted in: Japanese government separated families by deporting 47 Vietnamese See in context

Whoever did wrong must pay for it. But sometimes humanitarian leniency is required in such cases. They can find other kinds of punishments. When it comes to basic humanity we all know where Japan stands.

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Posted in: Scorching heat continues for much of Japan See in context

Seriously, is this supposed to be a fun.

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Posted in: Airbnb, Uber woes show Japan does not share easily See in context

Two things at play here. Industry monopoly and pressure groups and Japanese people island mentality. Two things that stop Japan from joining otger developed countries.

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Posted in: Female mayor battles sumo rule allowing only men in the ring See in context

Good to see that the Mayor still have hope to change the beliefs of Japanese society.

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Posted in: Watery welcome See in context

Are they wearing suits under water?

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Posted in: Israeli forces kill 16 Palestinians in Gaza border protests See in context

Germans killed us and now we have license to kill Palestinians, this is Israel philosophy. Sad world we live in.

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Posted in: Damages awarded to families of fatal raw meat poisoning victims See in context

Restaurants must abide by all sanitary laws, no excuse for that.

But please cook the meat before eating it, that is what we (humans) have been doing for thousands of years. In my opinion there will always be a risk in eating raw meat.

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Posted in: Pressure grows on Abe; opposition boycott Diet debates See in context

Why are people so surprised, corruption is a norm in dictatorships. With a single ruling party from God knows when it is more like a dictatorship than democracy. I know Japanese people will shout at this issue but if you vote today they will elect Abe again. For them trying anything new is too frightening.

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Posted in: Finance Ministry admits altering land sale documents, removing name of Abe's wife See in context

Pathetic and disgraceful. I am sure if the hold election today Abe will come again. Japanese people accept the corruption of ruling party. Same party for 7 decades. Its like a kingdom or a dictatorship. With no one to challenge, it is bound to be corrupt.

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Posted in: Japan took in 20 asylum seekers in 2017 from nearly 20,000 applications See in context

It is a disgrace, nothing should be above humanity. I am all in for extremely carefulness, but if someone really in need want refugee he should never be denied that right. Japanese moved to several countries to run away from wars, now it is your turn to take in refugees.

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Posted in: 'Little idols': Japan's dark obsession with young girls See in context

Very sad that this is allowed anywhere in the world, not to mention a so called developed country.

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Posted in: Japanese woman publishes book about being groped on trains for six years, from age 12 to 18 See in context

It can't happen everyday. I blame girls too. I see on some metro lines the cars reserved for females are almost empty. They may have to walk a bit more to use this car but they can feel safer. So why not leave the house 2 minutes earlier and use those cars.

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Posted in: 84-year-old woman loses Y70 mil in scam over nursing home place See in context

Very sad, I feel that in Japan everyone is on his own. No one seems to have a friend or relative with whom they can discuss their problems.

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Posted in: Man arrested for choking woman’s baby on train See in context

Growing number psychopaths in Japan for sure, Good work by the policeman.

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