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Posted in: Escalator etiquette See in context

Japanese have long time to practice how to use escalator. They divided two sides. One for who want to stand still and another one for whom they are in hurry. This rule was adopted in my country beyond of my knowledge that some times I was told to move to left side to let other who want to walk for getting faster.

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Posted in: Cleansing of sins See in context

It's a sin in Japan, but it's not in my country. In the USA is also not the same thing of sins. So, sin is a matter of human values.

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Posted in: Suspected suicide blast at Indonesian police station kills two See in context

For us, this kind of incident was very strange, when it was connected with the new law prohibition (sex outside marriage). Every time something like this happens, the actor always dies, then the information that is conveyed to the public is what the government politically wants.

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Posted in: Indonesia bans sex outside marriage in new criminal code See in context

Our problem is not about prohibiting sex outside of marriage, another part is forbidding people to criticize the government, we find that democracy is stolen

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Posted in: Croatia reach World Cup quarterfinals with penalty shoot-out victory over Japan See in context

As the philosophy of the Japanese, long way to the end but finally a big ending. Shippai shinai no de

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Posted in: Japan considers creating new defense body for fighting cyberattacks See in context

After reading several comments above, I thought Japan was advanced in this subject but beyond my knowledge is still considering a process to go. Based on the urgent need is too late. Anyway gambate

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Posted in: World Cup has 3 women set to referee matches in Qatar See in context

Will they be required to cover their hair and wear a hijab? That's a stupid question. From the beginning, the woman who wears a hijab will choose the sport that suits her.

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Posted in: Japanese clothing chain Uniqlo now selling flowers online See in context

It's a wow business approach. Do they sell do also in overseas Uniqlo?

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Posted in: 81-year-old man arrested for murder after pushing wife in wheelchair into sea See in context

It's so sad. It's beyond my belief. How an old 81 grandpa has still thought of the sadistic killing of his wife? Anyway, this is another note of Japanese that's hard to believe for me.

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Posted in: Man arrested for beating son in his 20s See in context

where is the love going?

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Posted in: 35 killed in attack beginning at Thailand childcare center See in context

It's a new world record for child-killing after Texas this year. Very deep condolences

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Posted in: 72-year-old man arrested for threatening to kill ‘noisy’ tenant living above him See in context

This is an interesting case. Once the Japanese are concerned with social values (respect for others) while the police are concerned with threatening 72 years old. "He told the man that he was going to kill him unless he stopped being so noisy", this was a metaphor for how the noise threatened his right to privacy.

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Posted in: Harassment probe of SDF launched after sexual assault claim See in context

In my country found another case, it was in the military found 6 soldiers who are LGBT have been punished

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Posted in: Following Junichiro Tanizaki, one of Japan’s greatest writers See in context

Inspired

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Posted in: 14 from Japan opposition party had dealings with Unification Church See in context

The most unique practice of democracy in Japan is shown in the cases of relations with the Church Unification cult. It seems that there is no bargaining, involvement with them is a disgrace. No Democracy in democracy politic

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