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Posted in: Hundreds leave quarantined cruise ship in Yokohama as coronavirus concerns grow See in context

Given the average Japanese dude doesn’t wash his hands after using the restroom,

Based on my experience, most Japanese wash hands after using the restroom.

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Posted in: Japanese restaurant in Paris vandalized with 'coronavirus' graffiti See in context

Oh, no. My teacher told me France is one of the advanced countries over the human rights. Even Japanese don’t do such a burutal action absolutely.

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Posted in: Professor denies he was pressured to remove videos on virus-hit ship See in context

This article doesn't mention that he deleted the video because the in-charge objected against his several comments.

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Posted in: 'Bureaucrats were in charge': Japanese doctor blasts ship quarantine See in context

Finally, he deleted the video after he was accused of providing wrong information.

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Posted in: Two fathers in Europe demand action against Japan over parental child abduction See in context

Unfortunately, most Japanese are not interested in this matter at all.

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Posted in: No. of police personnel disciplined in 2019 drops for 7th straight year See in context

Anyway, most Japanese believe that Japanese police officers are much better than those of other countries.

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Posted in: Korean film 'Parasite' takes best picture Oscar; acting honors go to Phoenix, Zellweger, Pitt, Dern See in context

We Japanese envy Korean movie industry, as we know our recent movies are trash.

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Posted in: 66 more people confirmed with coronavirus on cruise ship in Yokohama See in context

However, it is very lucky that there is no death, considering that more than 10,000 of US citizens die by flu each year.

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Posted in: Toyota raises annual forecast on cost cuts, healthy sales See in context

As usual, there are only a few comments to good news and the comments are ironic for spiritual stability. Do you know the average salary of Toyota employees ?

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Posted in: Record 1,957 child abuse cases investigated by police in 2019 See in context

However, most Japanese believe that western societies are much worse than Japanese one regarding sex abuses to children.

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Posted in: Record 1,957 child abuse cases investigated by police in 2019 See in context

It is true that increase of child abuses in Japan is terrible. But I found the good news that the number of criminal offenses in 2019 dropped sharply. The statistic of child abuses was a part of release of criminal case number.

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Posted in: Japan's 2019 convenience store sales rise to record See in context

Some commenters don't understand difference between sales and profits.

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Posted in: Ghosn used company money for private events: Nissan report See in context

There are so many brainwahers who simply believe Ghosn's comments.

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Posted in: Suicides in Japan hit record low in 2019; down for 10th year in row See in context

"In Tokyo you will see train delays almost every day from a jinshin jiko which I presume is a suicide."

"almost everyday" --- fake

Good news for Japanese --- a few comments

Bad news for Japanese --- many comments

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