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Posted in: Japan food event held in Beijing See in context

So sad seeing producers making huge efforts to promote their products in a market that will close at the slightest excuse the CCP can find. I know they really want to sell their products in China, but maybe giving up in a market so easily manipulated would be better in the long run.

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Posted in: Kishida says Japan will ease COVID border controls from Oct 11 See in context

right about time, well maybe half a year beyond reasonable timing, but I guess better than later.

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Posted in: BOJ members stick to monetary easing amid lack of wage growth See in context

@daito_hakJuly 26  06:39 pm JST

What are you f** talking about? Do you even believe the bla bla you wrote?

I was going to comment that using profanities and personal attacks is against the rules here, but seeing your latest comments:

https://japantoday.com/category/national/marauding-monkeys-injure-42-in-japanese-city#comment-3139922

It is that is all you do, calling other commenters stupid and telling them to shut up (and in CAPS LOCK no less) so I guess you are being protected by the moderators.

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Posted in: Kishida's cautious course sets up potential long-term rule See in context

The guy is not as bad as some of his predecessors, but Japan gets in worse shape every time there is someone too long at the top.

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Posted in: Malaysia Islamic minister says Bon Odori dance not for Muslims See in context

Well, its their loss. Friends have told me this is quite a lot of fun and they are really happy it will be done this year again.

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Posted in: AI and machine learning are improving weather forecasts, but they won't replace human experts See in context

eventually AI will replace humans in these kind of problems where variables are controlled every year. Maybe in 5-10 years weather forecast will be done automatically and with more precision than now. Sad for the people doing this work right now but maybe they can find jobs helping the AI

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Posted in: Long COVID affects more older adults; shots don't prevent it See in context

Omicron is milder, so maybe long covid is also rarer, what nobody can deny is that vaccines protect against both short and long covid, but i dont know about simple infetion without symptoms. Antibodies are antibodies so having lots of them should always be helpful.

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Posted in: Higher cost of U.S. cancer care doesn't improve survival rates: study See in context

Cost of medical attention in the US are so high because of the broken insurance system, nothing to do with quality

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Posted in: If the current inoculation rate continues, we’ll have no choice but to dispose of some of the vaccine. See in context

Seven pages of text just to say everybody must be wrong but you.

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Posted in: Shanghai disinfects homes, closes all subways in COVID fight See in context

@BackpackingNepal

As Shanghai is close to Korea, Japan and Taiwan, something is going on there.

Something like Geography?

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Posted in: Amid air quality concerns, U.S. districts embrace electric buses See in context

Hopefully the electricity for the buses will come from relatively clean sources, if not they are only moving the pollution from their city to other locations.

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Posted in: Ota gov't employees in frantic pencil-shaving spree to meet election day See in context

If people are going to take the pencil with them, then why the need to order special microbe resistant ones? just have the person handling them use gloves

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Posted in: Princess Mako to only give written answers at marriage press conference See in context

That completely defeats the point of having a press conference, which I completely approve.

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Posted in: Tokyo Governor Koike hospitalized due to fatigue See in context

This is not the time to leave the government of the city headless, Japanese really need to consider with more care their overworking patterns, taking it easy at times is much better than going all in until you need to take a looong break.

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Posted in: Japan shipowner asks cargo owners to share Suez damage cost See in context

what is the point of local pilots directing the passage if the owners of the ship still have to pay for any problem?

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Posted in: Cruise ship returns to Yokohama after one passenger tests positive for COVID-19 See in context

of course the cruise company is going to pay back everything and an extra fee for the ruined vacations of the passengers, right? it would not be logical to participate without even this basic agreement.

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Posted in: Japan's business leaders suggest ways for gov't to speed up vaccination rate See in context

they seem like good suggestions for me, anything that can make it faster for people to get vaccinated should be readily accepted.

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Posted in: It was an accident that occurred under extremely sloppy management. See in context

when i was a child decades ago the same thing happened in my school, huge scandal and the school closed because of this 3 years later.

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Posted in: Young widow arrested for killing Japanese 'Don Juan' in 2018 See in context

criminal investigations in japan surely take a lot of time!

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