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Posted in: A Japanese woman’s experience giving birth in U.S. See in context

jerseyboy, read the article :

"when a woman in Japan gives birth, she receives a special childbirth allowance of 420,000 yen"

That pretty much covered everything for my 2 kids.<

Exactly kickboard; I was about to write this one. Sometimes they tend to ignore the part that shows the benefits of Japan.

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Posted in: 100-car pileup on South Korean bridge leaves 2 dead, 42 hurt See in context

Please drive very carefully during bad weather conditions. It is a common sense to drive even slower during fog and icy roads.

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Posted in: How to make delicious tofu chocolates: all the taste with half the calories See in context

I'm gonna try this one. Thanks!

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Posted in: Tokyo named safest city in world; Osaka No. 3 See in context

Agree with kwatt. It's relatively, by far, safe in Tokyo. Even when we walk back home at around midnight we don't feel any danger at all. Crimes are inevitable per country, or per city, but what I always experience in Tokyo, and most of Japan, is it's relatively safe.

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Posted in: China opposes Dalai Lama meeting foreign leaders 'in any form' See in context

What's surprising with this? It's the usual chinese government doing. They know they are the culprit for Dalai Lama and Tibet.

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Posted in: Do you agree with the Japanese government's decision to provide $200 million in non-military humanitarian aid for those displaced by conflict in the Middle East? See in context

Yes, ,of course. Any nation who feels the need on helping other nation must do. There's nothing wrong with that. Only stupid persons who think that "It's Japan who provoked ISIS. They should not help the middle east" are stupid because they always look negatively on what Japan is doing. Haters gonna hate! Besides, it's terrorism the whole world is up against, should we freeze and be kept silent? It's what terrorism aims for. And unless every nation stood against it, it will prevail. So yes, any nation with the capacity to give humanitarian aid should do.

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Posted in: Abe expresses outrage at IS video purportedly showing Goto being beheaded See in context

In despite of this tragedy, stupid people are giving thoughtless comments and pointing fingers other than to ISIS. No one is to blame but IS, not even Abe for giving humanitarian aid in the Middle East. Every country can do that. But no one should kill for the sake of extreme adherence to own beliefs and to scare people who wants to help a race. Gets?

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Posted in: S Korea's Park says she is not opposed to talks with Abe See in context

What a one-sided, demanding bilateral talk. It's all political for Park.

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Posted in: Cars rally against Futenma base See in context

@smith how did it become their fault? huh? S2pd BS!

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Posted in: S Korea balks as U.S. picks Japan, Australia to service F-35s in Asia See in context

Shameful

@fds, true story

@nigelboy, it's what pro-koreans here don't understand

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Posted in: Sri Lankan man dies at immigration center after being denied medical attention See in context

why are people here blaming the whole nation for the actions of few individuals? you are more frustrating than the incident itself. speaking as if you know every Japanese's heart. are you God? huh!

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Posted in: S Korean ferry captain gets 36 years in prison See in context

well-deserved

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Posted in: Swimmer Tomita gets 18-month ban for stealing camera See in context

Someone talks TOO JUDGMENTAL as if he knows Tomita personally. Talking bout smith. How can you say he's committing more crimes? Everyone has the chance to change and live their lives anew. Well, as they say,

IT TAKES ONE TO KNOW ONE.

He can change and turn his life around if he wants to.

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Posted in: Japan's gymnasts criticize judges after losing to China See in context

Smithinjapan isn't hypocrite right? What can you say about the Chinese staff that bashed Hagino in the Asian Games? Aren't they SORE LOSERS on that? (And don't tell me I'm bringing in someone who is not mentioned in the story. I know you are doing this in the other threads, too - historical). Come on!

Suddenly, silence.

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Posted in: S Korea urges Japan to calm down over Japanese reporter See in context

Shame on the SK. Freedom of the press, anyone? It's obviously a political strategy of Park to draw her the attention and support of the korean people by indicting a Japanese reporter. Why on earth didn't she indict Chosun Ilbo for what they FIRST wrote? SHAMELESS to say Calm down when they should be the ones to calm down for UNFORGIVENESS. a nation living in the past.

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Posted in: Japan's soccer coach denies team lacks passion See in context

Agree with warispeace. One will see the difference of Japanese/asian football to european/south american style of football. Those in europe and south play it with better styles and defenses.

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Posted in: A man-made cave of wonders: the world’s biggest underground storm drain in Kasukabe See in context

Underground Temple! Engineering, it is.

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Posted in: The androids are coming See in context

There's always a time for improvements.

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Posted in: 2 Japanese, American win Nobel Physics Prize for blue LEDs See in context

I like the LED more than the electric light bulb. It's brighter and more useful in reading at night.

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Posted in: Nishikori up to career-best No. 6 in world rankings See in context

Nice. So glad for Kei. Hope he make it to London.

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Posted in: Core fan makes his own 'Apple watch' See in context

funniest apple watch ever

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Posted in: Nishikori beats Raonic to win Japan Open title See in context

Congrats to Kei! It was a nice game Hope he make it to London.

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Posted in: Japan protests over banner of Korean assassin at Asian Games See in context

This is sports, not politics. Koreans should grow up. They are very classy these days.

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Posted in: Sun apologizes for 'ugly' anthem jibe See in context

There you go, he said he is "sorry that some media reported it." Could it be that if it wasn't reported, he wouldn't be sorry for saying it? Besides, he said he is sorry because it was reported, not that sorry because it came from his mouth.

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Posted in: China's swim king Sun calls Japan's national anthem 'ugly' See in context

Well, it's COMMON and GIVEN for CHINESE to speak that unethical and no-manner way. Who's shocked? Even their staffs did it. That's because that is the stereotype chinese. And to be frank, that highball7 missed it a lot... uhh, shame on you? Yes.

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Posted in: Hagino swim treble sparks China rant See in context

Keep up the good work Japan. Never ever mind those chinese sore losers. It's just a dirty tactic coming out of their barbaric minds. By the way the topic here is SWIMMING COMPETITION. Those who are loyal to china should read thoroughly.

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Posted in: Do you really know how to eat sushi? Probably not See in context

All Sushi are so mouth-watering! It enjoys to eat them.

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