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Posted in: Japan Airlines reports ¥286.7 bil loss See in context

Since the bankrupt in 2010 and the government support, it seems JAL experienced drastically a cost cut and also maybe a rational business.

I wish it recovers from pandemic as early as possible and become one of the world top airline companies

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Posted in: Japan says Chinese military likely behind cyberattacks See in context

China wants aerospace technology desperately, that’s why the ministry might’ve attempted the hackings.

One Chinese IT company became the largest shareholder of RAKUTEN.

Japan government and USA constantly investigate Rakuten accordingly, and monitor what the Chinese company has attempted.

So we have to keep an eye on many possibilities which they may attempt.

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Posted in: Taiwan envoy hopes Japan will play greater role in regional stability See in context

Japan have to show more leadership. Unfortunately so far the government has struggled with everything they have done.

Even though Japan has more trade with China, it have to make up its mind of sacrificing its economy down by shifting the trade to other counties.

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Posted in: Tokyo, Osaka consider asking gov't to issue another state of emergency See in context

I dont think the cities in Tokyo last weekend was quieter ,following the preventive measure for Tokyo region.

To make Tokyo Olympic successful, we have to stand the coming Golden week under state of emergency or more strict measure for short time.

Im not sure Suga-san has taken current situation seriously or not.

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Posted in: Japan, Germany to expand military cooperation See in context

Good news and also French government recently dispatched its military to Indian pacific region.

I think unfortunately the totalitarian country will make an invasion into Taiwan and other island even if democratic coutures defend its attempt. They won’t care how many people are died.

So the key is called “soft power” as US president try to do I think.

Not only US but Germany , Japan and other advanced counties have a “Soft power” also

Specifically, Democratic counties make alliances strongly and withdraw supply chain from the totalitarian counties to weaken their economy so that they cannot afford war expenditures.

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Posted in: Japan, UAE to collaborate on hydrogen technology, supply chain See in context

The key I think is corporations in the two countries come true under the called Cold War between democratic countries and totalitarians

I think it will be important for Japan to show its Asian leader ship and corporate with Middle East countries and attract democratic way and expand it

Also it will become concern that the emissions (CO2) appear in the manufacturing process of Hydrogen, they are captured and used for industry though ...

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Posted in: Cherry blossoms' early bloom due to climate change, say experts See in context

The cherry blossom blooming depends on how much it was cold on winter. 

This winter , especially mid of December to January, it was very colder than usual. 

And higher temperatures (During February)after the cold days would’ve made accelerate the timing of Sakura Blooming.

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Posted in: U.S., allies dissatisfied with WHO-backed COVID origins report See in context

This result is predictable in spite of the the announcement of the report was delayed for a few weeks

The truth was shrouded in darkness

It having said that samples were hushed up already as of early 2020 last year.

I wish the democratic counties ally and make the economy of totalitarian counties weaken by “soft power”

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Posted in: China could step up armament, provocations near Senkakus, think tank warns See in context

Totalitarian counties will think they would be willing to war to make an invasion on Taiwan or other islands if Democratic countries strongly take an objection to the attempt.

So that I think I hope Democratic counties should get tie and union to get an arrangement of their army as early as possible

also we Democratic should make totalitarian’s economy weaken in a few years. Like withdrawing supply chains to other countries.

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Posted in: China attacks foreign clothing, shoe brands over sanctions See in context

Tesra aggressively began establishing its factory in China.

on the other hand ,recently China started to reject to buy or use the car because of information secure by camera installed on the car.

Is it correct way to invest factory in totalitarian countries?

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Posted in: China's embassy in Philippines takes swipe at Japan over South China Sea See in context

The shift of supply chains to other countries and patience is are important

The possibility might be getting higher than before that Totalitarian countries have allied and make an invasion in Taiwan or other regions without negotiations with democratic counties.

I hope that this Cold War is slow down with no injure and death

The best way I think is that making economy of totalitarians weaken

Democratic countries would be better to shift their supply chains to other counties

Our economy could slow down for many years, but need to be patient

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Posted in: Japan greets new year with crowds despite pleas from leaders to stay home See in context

It’ll be as government had expected, as the prime minister Suga also was so relaxed about the risk of infection that he went for dinner with confined space. Many Japanese follows the policy of the government well.

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Posted in: SDF deployed as record snowfall blankets parts of Japan See in context

I wish the cars trapped on highway and residents nearby were not serous injured. food supplies and warm cloths and so on

this case was I think because of La Niña

During this winter season, there is obviously a trend of the phenomenon which often brings cold air from Siberia

Also in December water surface in Sea of Japan has been still warm which could lead heavy snow to the area

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Posted in: Japanese automakers' global output rises 2.7% in October See in context

It’s looks a just result in slightly reviving from the declaration of state emergency. And also it indicates car manufacturers have to relay on China market.

Once governments shifted its policy to an eco friendly, I wish Japanese automobiles makers become No1 EV manufacturers.

Is it too late ? I think so. But I just hope.

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Posted in: Japan rejects China's proposal for easing tensions over isle sovereignty See in context

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi had suggested fishing boats from both countries be kept away from the uninhabited islets in the East China Sea and only government ships be allowed to sail near the islands to "make sure suspicious boats don't enter sensitive waters."

It is disgusting.

Japan will have expected sucha suggestions, though.

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Posted in: China, Japan to cooperate in reviving virus-hit economies See in context

This Chinese foreign ministry’s visit to Japan dinting pandemic outbreak indicates their strong impatience by surrounding by counter influence.

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Posted in: Chinese foreign minister to visit Japan to discuss virus, regional concerns See in context

Totalitarian will just insist on the island is his own territory, no matter what an international law say.

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Posted in: Australia, Japan to bolster defense ties amid China's rise See in context

This is the best way for Democratic countries to have bilateral defence each country to stand up against totalitarian states.

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Posted in: Japan to urge Biden to focus on Indo-Pacific as well as U.S. issues See in context

For Japan it’s still weak to show a leadership in Indo-pacific region. Besides military power, it’s better to relay on USA.

whoever being elected as president, it’s good idea for Japan to involve USA on Asian issue.

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Posted in: Japanese businesses expect RCEP deal to boost Asia trade, investment See in context

Is this not helping China

I think China will not benefit.

but during the trade war with USA, China must have been struggle and ended up joining in RCEP. Lots of product will have lower tariffs then China will face trade loss.

Japan have to show a leader ship and it’ll the best way for democratic counties to transfer supply chain to APAC.

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Posted in: 15 Asia-Pacific countries form world's largest free trade bloc in boost for China See in context

During a trade war China has be worried and has as sense of crisis. That would’ve made the counties to make an agreement with the RCEP.

China could lead the trade loss as tariff of various products from many countries get lower and anoint if import increasing.

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Posted in: Japan should brace for 'leaderless era' as U.S. turns inward, PM adviser says See in context

Yes , inward turn has made leaderless.

Trump was fighting CCP well but don’t expect Biden the same way.

So it’ll be necessary for Japan to make stronger tie with other countries for defence of Indian-pacific security.

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Posted in: Biden unlikely to alter U.S. base transfer plan in Okinawa: locals See in context

This is the very difficult issue to solve. But I hope Japan government persuade Okinawa residents the importance of defence from totalitarian countries nearby.

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Posted in: Virus-prevention measures tested at near-full baseball stadium in Yokohama See in context

I think it’s the first step for making Olympic successful and and make it something symbol for conquer the COVID-19. 

I wish this experiment go to the good way for next step.

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Posted in: Virus-prevention measures tested at near-full baseball stadium in Yokohama See in context

I think it’s the first step for making Olympic successful and and make it something symbol for best the COVID-19.

I wish this experiment go to the good way for next step.

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Posted in: U.N. nuclear arms ban treaty leaves Japan in a dilemma See in context

The world without nuclear weapon is ideal as we all know.

As long as totalitarian and despotic countries that have developed their own nuclear have influenced in international order recent years, US and Japan won’t change their policy.

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Posted in: Gov't calls for longer New Year holiday to curb virus spread See in context

For business person who’s worked at foreign related companies in Japan or had business with foreign companies

as the second choice it might be better to take long holidays from Christmas to early January? Which adapts to western holiday winter season.

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Posted in: Fujifilm partners with Shanghai firm to seek Chinese COVID-19 approval for Avigan See in context

There must’ve a particular reason for that the Japanese large company had to or wanted to corporate Chinese companies with a serious risk of divulging confidential that could lead weaken Japanese technology.

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Posted in: Japan to make plastic recycling mandatory for large corporate users See in context

Amid the pandemic outbreak, there’re many plastic trays used for “bento” increasing. Also Pet bottle has been very useful material for using as drinking and cloths. Other plastic materials are also easy to use for life

The micro plastics pollution has one of the top priority issues for improvement in the world.

Japan is not advanced country in the recycling or ecology I think.

So it’s great to make the recycling process mandatory to large cooperate for the first step.

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Posted in: Japan tells S Korea it will skip trilateral summit over wartime labor dispute See in context

Good

And wondering if he would show a leadership and take the stronger action against neighbours like totalitarian countries with allied Democratic counties. As USA might make it leadership weaken by Biden becomes president.

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