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Posted in: More Japanese youth wearing surgical masks to hide their face See in context

One thing I like about japanese women is that, they are beautiful being natural. I could never compare japanese women to a korean women since there was a survey in the net that 90% of korean population has undergone plastic surgery. And most of the women gets "cash gift" when they reach the age of 18 just to have plastic surgery on their face if they find it bad.

So please Japan, stay Beautiful and natural. Never ever edit your face. XD

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Posted in: Normal behavior in Japan, taboo abroad See in context

Humans are Humans, people are people.

All these behavior only applies to some people, but for the perfectionist people, all these things matter.

You see, live like a human not a robot. Don't worry about what people thinks of you, show them who you are and let them accept you when they want to. Don't force yourself to follow rules you don't want. IF they don't like you, don't care, it's their problem not yours lol.

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Posted in: Japan scrambles fighter jets to meet Chinese plane See in context

aaaaannnd China again..

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Posted in: Panel recommends 'moral education' to counter school bullying, corporal punishment See in context

Isn't this a long overdue?

I support this cause.

Let the children realize how important life is - let them feel they are lucky to have been born with 2 hands and 2 legs. Because some people there were not as lucky as to have been born with a complete body - but they never give up - you can many things so long as you are alive - if you are dead there is nothing left for you.

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Posted in: Survey shows 85.2% of Japanese in favor of death penalty See in context

Keeping criminals is just crazy. Death penalty is a good thing or else Japan will end up like Philippines where crimes happen everyday. And justice? Hell no... if you are just accused, a little bail could get you out in prison right away.

Death penalty is a good thing when it is done on the right people. Of course, false accusations in a first world country only happens if the government is corrupt and wants to silence someone. I don't think Japan is like that. lol.

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Posted in: Gov't plans to spend Y10 tril on public works in 15 months See in context

Maybe he should just loan the money on some countries and invest in those countries that has a loan with Japan, build relationships with those nations and maybe send some of its people in some other countries too. That might also help Japan's population in the future... but anyway, just an idea rofl. (I seriously have no idea to run a country - please don't hit me lol)

To become wise, a person's goal should be to roam the world that way he'll learn a lot of cultures, attitude, and all sorts of stuff, once he goes back to his home country, he can bring a lot of things he can never have on his country. Therefore, Japanese people shouldn't trap themselves in their own country. So far, I wonder why i only see very few japanese tourist in many foreign countries >.<

They should go out of their box some more.. maybe they could grow even bigger, stronger, wiser....

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Posted in: China slams Abe over comments in Washington Post See in context

Beijing fired back, with foreign ministry spokesman Hong Lei saying Chinese officials were “shocked” at the >comments, according to the state-run Global Times newspaper.

“It’s rare that a country’s leader would brazenly distort facts, attack its neighbor and instigate confrontation among >countries in the region,” it quoted Hong as saying.

I find it really interesting how the Chinese ambassador can say such things when Mr. Abe actually just said what is currently happening in the east Asia - and his country. Lol.

They were shocked? Distort facts? -- If i were to confront this Chinese dude, i'd say - Your own country's history is even marked with "made-in-China".

In PH, all we know is "If it's China, never believe anything they will say - everything is a lie - If they can lie to their own people, how much more to other people?" - it's only logical to think that if their previous leader is capable of killing millions of its own people, how much more to other ethnicity? - and the foreign world will say all this trouble that China caused can be solved peacefully? No - I say a much bigger events is about to unfold in the coming years - it's inevitable.

As for Japan prime minister. He did great and besides, his words about China comes without saying.... just as the country is gaining fame, it's true colors is showing up. China isn't even a superpower yet, but it opens its mouth way more than US. - In a war you need a reason, just as how China harasses other nation's EEZ by sending their Fishermen then when caught they say it's their waters -

This is the time ABE needs Japan's support. I'm pretty sure Japan's serious problem is not the economy, it may be showing up now since its the first thing you need in a war - money - But a more serious threat is a battle with China.


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Posted in: Youth gets 5-8 years for killing 3 with car See in context

Urrrgghh careless idiots.

And just 10year punishment. Seriously, 10years??? The people they killed wont be revive for the rest of time. The parents/husband of those who lost special someone would feel devastated everyday.

Gawd... what's with the youth nowadays.

Better be Otaku's and trap yourself inside your own shell than try to be socializing and just end up killing someone. Geeezz

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Posted in: Trial begins for 18-year-old accused of stabbing 2 schoolgirls See in context

Holy crap. Omg... what's wrong with some people in Japan...

More like they watched too much movies/manga -w/e you call it.

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Posted in: Japan executes three death-row inmates See in context

Urrghhh, such psychopath people. I pity their victims....

I want to say "NO, don't kill them people can change"....but when I think about it they've done something that can never be undone - the life of their innocent victims - only because of their mood. It is the law that punishes a man.

Well these 3 are better off dead anyway.

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Posted in: 3-year-old girl starves to death after mother leaves country See in context

No one wants this to happen, omg... she should've just let someone took care of them than leave them alone...

Condolence :(

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Posted in: Why are Japanese so bad at English? See in context

First thing to memorize is Alphabetical letters A-Z, then memorize their sounds. Then exercise your tongue to their sounds, then combine the sounds of the letters while you read english words, then you get it :)

Like a grade 1 >.>

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Posted in: 4-year-old boy survives fall from 12th-floor window See in context

Thought this one is another suicidal event >.<

thank god its not.

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Posted in: How do you solve a problem like North Korea? See in context

I think we should not be hypocrite by looking at the real situation. The only way to rescue the people of north korea is to find a way to put down their leaders. But NK leaders has a very tough backbone, it's China. Probably, their leaders would use their own people to protect their own lives, so definitely, this is gonna be a bloody war.

It would be lucky if they surrender, but that is just not happening anytime soon.

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Posted in: Cat nap See in context

Nice pic.. very cute :)

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Posted in: Japan to send envoy to China to discuss territorial dispute, N Korea See in context

hmmmm i rarely see China's intrusion being rare today...

seems like they actually got scared when Japan revealed the proof of radar lock to US. lol.

Now they're making NK as bait by doing nuclear tests. tsk3x

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Posted in: Atsuko Maeda lands first TV drama role since leaving AKB48 See in context

Canuck, we graduate high school at age 16, that's already 4 years college course duh. University of course.

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Posted in: Atsuko Maeda lands first TV drama role since leaving AKB48 See in context

how is 21 too young?

In our country, you graduate at the age of 20, you work at 21. So 21 is fine.

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Posted in: Dry ice vacuum cleaner robot bound for Fukushima See in context

This is a very awesome invention.

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Posted in: 10 things single Japanese women want from a man See in context

I think i would like to hear a Japanese woman's opinion about this first before I put my opinion. >.<

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Posted in: 11-year-old boy throws himself under train near Osaka See in context

Omg, this is just so sad. He don't need to go this far..... There is something wrong with how Japan's kids react on such things... I think this is the influence of media since most dramatic JDramas always have suicides on it.

Below 30,000 suicide.. Holy crap.... even in PH where poverty is common, suicides are so rare to see... how come such a first world country like Japan has issues like this......

-----Japan needs a prayer-------

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Posted in: Japan has right to develop pre-emptive strike capability: defense chief See in context


as for the 50cent army, if you ask who would dare attack Japan, you should answer your own question. :))

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Posted in: Obama vows to defend Japan with U.S. nuclear umbrella See in context

China, all talks, poor NK being used as a bait.

Go US! :D

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Posted in: Japan, S Korea to seek tougher sanctions against N Korea See in context

The enemy of my enemy is my enemy. HAHA! Though, i bet the only way for South Korea and Japan to have peace is because of North.

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Posted in: Japan plans to donate patrol boats to Manila See in context

Just so you guys know, even if our country was in poverty, it was not a place where hopeless people lives. Give us a chance and we'll show you.

Our country has been attacked by 3 nations in history with very big Gap of years being colonized but not 100% occupied, Spain-400 years, America - again many decades(they even tried to depopulate us), then Japan - another years .... But still we have our country with us, some resources still untapped. And now China......... Too bad, PH isn't going alone this time, in addition, our economy is doing great, and this move of Japan is just a starting step. If China sends their entire infantry in our forest, i doubt they'd win. Unless China use nukes, well they will end up being nuked by both Russia and US. As for Japan providing us with such boats, thank you. PH will always help back.

I wont believe this will be entirely a donation, probably a loan.. PH will still pay. There is no such thing as for free these days, common sense people. If the payment for this is for Philippines to go in the front line in the future like we always do in Korean war, It's not a problem for us too. We are used to war and slavery. If such things happened to your country, i doubt you'd still want to live like we do(trying their best to get a good life). Tough people shows up in tough times. China strong? yeah they got numbers and arms, Pinoys care less about it... even if we have to fight with bows and stones for freedom, we will. Compared to the Chinese citizens allowing their leaders stepping their rights, even us had a dictator. We beat him too :P -Proud to be Filipino

Arigatou Japan.

P.S. sometimes we think why the world hates us so much when we never did a thing. We never tried to expand. Even before the Spaniards came, our country has already its own technology and civilization. We love foreign people, we always welcome them, but you see, that was the reason why we were attacked...we kept on welcoming people. But hey, we know it's never wrong. Probably, the world is just too selfish to accept people as forgiving as us. Pinoys not gonna join Japan if a war against China happens? Dream on.

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