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Posted in: Irregular working conditions grinding women down See in context

I really hope feminists would one day shut up and accept that life is not as peaches and roses that you protested for.

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Posted in: Straits Times names Xi, Abe most prominent Asians of 2013 See in context

If there's one thing few people actually believe in China now, thats communism in its orthodox teachings.

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Posted in: Japanese college students struggle to answer basic astronomy questions See in context

Its more to do with the Japanese culture. They don't necessarily bother themselves about how things work or why. They just work with it and go with the flow.

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Posted in: Biden says China must take steps to reduce tension in region See in context

Why dosn't USA not just shut up and let China and the rest of East Asia do their business? The US knows they are a falling empire, so they are trying to stick their business somewhere they are trying to get some attention in. Nobody listens to USA properly these days, even Japan knows too but they're only sticking with them for protection from China.

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Posted in: No. of foreign tourists reaches all-time high in July-Sept See in context

Id be more concerned about the fact that the environment is being compromised for the sake of tourism and building large skyscrapers, hotels etc

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Posted in: U.S. looks to Asian nations to build their militaries See in context

The great US empire is declining so they are trying to find friends in Asia.

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Posted in: BOJ sees global damage if U.S. debt ceiling is not raised See in context

This is the reason why countries need to rely less on America and more on self sufficiency.

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Posted in: Asian universities catch up with U.S., Britain See in context

When you say leading the power shift are you saying Asia have decided to scrap their traditional ways and become a pawn of the Western world?

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Posted in: 1 in 3 Japanese women want to be housewives: poll See in context

Very clever women. The government needs to lower tax, shrink old age pensions, then walah

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Posted in: U.S. Senate panel unanimously backs Kennedy for Japan post See in context

She's a liberal feminist. Not good for Japan's declining birth rate.

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Posted in: Abe says Japan has no choice but to hike sales tax See in context

Oh, Japan is now screwed!

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Posted in: Japan, U.S. to discuss strengthening cyber-security See in context

Japan = USA's sheep since 1946

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Posted in: Shanghai welcomes Uniqlo See in context

China is becoming very materialistic and consumerists. Not good in the long run...

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Posted in: Ukrainian woman dies during lovemaking on railway tracks See in context

Genius has its limits, foolishness does not.

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Posted in: China launches free trade zone in Shanghai See in context

Why is it that modernisation/westernization has always been linked with "success". Is the Eastern cultures that inferior to the West? Give your traditional ways a bit of credit at least!

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Posted in: Panasonic to abandon consumer smartphones See in context

I find it hard to believe that Japan is still the world's third largest economy even after all these tech company struggles.

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Posted in: Line, WeChat: Asian social networks move to conquer Europe See in context

I don't think people in the West trust China as much they think...

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Posted in: Flipping classrooms: Is Japan embracing new educational paradigm? See in context

I really don't see the point in following this. What if the student is completely stuck on the work and the teacher is not there at the present time to explain to them in a different way? They would have to wait a day and then fall behind on work when they eventually do get it. Plus, the education in the West, where I'm at the moment, are being ran by lazy students and incompetent teachers.

Is the education system that bad in Japan by Japanese perspectives? if not, don't fix something that dosn't need to be fixed.

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Posted in: Bad weather linked to train suicides in Japan: study See in context

I really find that hard to believe. If thats the case, then the whole of Northern Europe, especially United Kingdom, would have high suicide rates because of constant rain and dull skies.

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Posted in: Abe pledges global focus on women's rights in U.N. speech See in context

This whole thing about "womens rights" has got way out of control. Firstly, there is no direct evidence that having women in jobs improves the economy, even if it did, it'll come at a cost to a family, and as Confucius once said, "the strength of a nature derives from the integrity of the home", whilst now, Japanese birth rates are falling, a damn ageing society whereas before, family and traditional values held supreme. Not anymore in Japan. Western ideas need to end and go back to Japanese glory days or risk losing your identity.

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