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Posted in: Japan's child population falls for 38th year, hitting postwar low See in context

I'm willing to do my part. Where do I sign up.

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Posted in: Low-carb diet helps maintain weight loss: study See in context

Dangerous rehashing of Atkins diet claims. Cancer and smoking also also aid weight loss, doesn't make it healthy.

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Posted in: Bruce Willis film cancelled after Fan Bingbing tax case See in context

What's the point of those comments stating you don't know who she is. She's the most famous influential Chinese celebrity of the last 10 years, evidently with that tax hike of a $130 million dollars.

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Posted in: Vegan in Japan: 5 tips for keeping to a plant-based diet See in context

I think there is still a difference between vegan and vegetarian. I am vegetarian thou not vegan.

But all products mentioned are vegan, what do you mean?

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Posted in: Can offshore fish farming feed a hungry world? See in context

Yes or you could, you know promote a plant-based diet, as was eaten in Okinawa when they were still getting old. It's sustainable, healthier and less animals die. We're already producing enough food for 11 billion people, only to feed half of it to cattle.

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Posted in: Japan's population projected to shrink 30% by 2065 See in context

I'll better get to it then... I'll take one for the team guys!

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Posted in: South Korean student in Japan hopes to improve international relations with free hugs See in context

Wow! I met her and hugged her in Kyoto at Yasaka shrine, guess I didn't look Japanese enough to make the video lol.

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Posted in: U.N. issues fresh call to Japan over WWII 'comfort women' See in context

Some sickening comments here... What Japanese soldiers have done in the first half of the 20th century are atrocities that even the ISIS soldiers will blush about when reading about it.

Current leaders must take responsibility over the undisciplined army that rampaged throughout Asia, killing, raping, looting. It amazes me that current leaders dare to deny or trivialize it when people like General Iwane Matsui, were at utter dismay when he saw what the undisciplined army had done.

There have been sex slaves, Dutch, Indonesian, Phillipine, Chinese, Korean, Taiwanese even Japanese among many others.

It's time for Japan to distantiate themselves for what their undisciplined army has done, instead of treating these animals like heroes.

I like many things about Japan, but these events are a major stain on an otherwise admirable people. Taking distance from these events will adorn them like nothing else can.

As for the JT'ers educate yourselves. I recommend reading the book Hirohito and the making of modern Japan.

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