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Posted in: Yokohama legal firm refuses to return passport to Filipino woman See in context

"I can hardly speak Japanese. What will I do if something happens? I want to have my passport returned as soon as possible," said the woman in her 30s, who had been working as an interpreter at the firm, Advanceconsul Immigration Lawyer Office.

How does any of this make sense? She's been in Japan since April of 2017, got hired as an interpreter, and can hardly speak Japanese?

She's probably enterpreting from Tagalog and English and vice versa. There are so many native English/ Japanese speakers in Tokyo streets that can handle English/Japanese enterpretations. Why would a firm go for a Filipino to do that kind of work?

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Posted in: Tokyo 2020 marathon move decision 'final', says IOC's Coates See in context

if the moneygrubbing nepotistic IOC want to moves one of the few event that people who live in tokyo can see for free, they should pay for it. otherwise tokyo should boycott the olympics.

Kanagawa, Chiba and Saitama will take over incase Tokyo decides to boycott the Olympics.

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