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Posted in: Hong Kong replaced by Singapore as Asia's top finance center See in context

The city still mandates three days of hotel quarantine for all international arrivals while its border with the Chinese mainland is mostly closed.

Not from next Monday.

But most importantly it is an authoritarian one party police state that bends over backwards for business but doesn't tolerate democratic opposition or any of the other messy situations that big business doesn't like.

I really can't tell whether you were referring to HK or Singapore.

Singapore was nice for a few days vacation. Just remember not to bring chewing gum. And just be careful, they have the death penalty for some crimes.

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Posted in: GOP's hard-line tactics on migrants refocus midterm debate See in context

The next war won't be in Taiwan. It'll be right in the middle of USA. Do I care?

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Posted in: Blinken urges calm on Taiwan in talks with China See in context

Every time Blinken and Biden opened their mouths, nothing but lies and hypocrisy came out. It also seems that Biden doesn't even know where he's going half the times.

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Posted in: Europe faces dilemma on Russians fleeing Putin's draft See in context

Go to Europe. They've got plenty of space and money for migrants.

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Posted in: Hundreds demand cancellation of Abe's state funeral See in context


But fortunately the police seemed to have left the protestors alone and did not drag them off to jail like is done in most autocratic regimes.

True. During the start of the Truss regime in the UK, people were dragged away and arrested simply for holding placards, some of them being completely blank, during the mourning of the dear leader. Police were following anyone who dared say they were not a fan of Charles.

Gambare Nippon:

It still is not proven that Abe was a member of the Moonies.

Nobody said he was. You don't have to be a member to accept their donation or speak at their meetings.

I do agree that the funeral should be much smaller and cheaper. Zero need for foreign Heads of State or dignitaries, as Abe certainly was not a Head of State.

He's already had his funeral. Where have you been? Why don't you pay for this photo-op, if you're so enthusiastic about your Dear Leader.

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Posted in: Micronesia denounces Japan's plan to release Fukushima water into Pacific See in context

Gambare Nippon:

One has to remember who the vey close friend of the Micronesians are.

Communist China.

I tell you what. Why don't you drink that water if you think it's safe?

It's not just the Chinese or Micronesians who don't want to see this 'safe' water being released throughout the global oceans.

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Posted in: Halloween season kicks off See in context

Yeah, I know. The supermarkets here are already screaming Halloween. Once 31 Oct is over, Christmas songs will be playing and all the decorations will be up.

Oh, and a Happy Mid-Autumn Festival to everyone, not that it's a thing here.

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Posted in: 5 Hong Kong speech therapists jailed for conspiracy to 'brainwash' children with cartoons See in context

Governments who lock people up for being ‘anti-government’ should be universally condemned. Hong Kong has been stolen.

Well, I didn't hear a single word from western countries when the Spanish government punished politicians and others from Catalonia. One politician was even extradited from Belgium. But then again, Spain is part of the west, so different standards apply.

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Posted in: Putin mocks West; says Russia will press on in Ukraine See in context

Why all this talk about dementia and Alzeimer's?

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Posted in: Gov't to forgo resubmitting immigration bill See in context

Ukrainian evacuees are currently eligible to stay and work for up to a year on specified activities visas

Weren't we all just talking about virtual signalling yesterday?

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Posted in: New UK leader Truss vows to tackle energy crisis, ailing economy See in context

I have less trust in Liz Truss. By the way, what's the difference between the Black Sea and the Baltic Sea?

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Posted in: Serena leaves, Nadal loses, Federer absent; is this the end of an era? See in context

What gets me with the US Open is that Russians (and Belarussians) are allowed to play.

I'm not complaining. I don't remember American and British players being banned when their countries blew up Iraq and its children in an illegal invasion.

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Posted in: Khachanov defeats Kyrgios in five sets to reach U.S. Open semifinals See in context

Good riddance. No more drama.

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Posted in: Republican congressman: Sitcom with Danny DeVito as voice of Satan is 'evil' See in context

When you have a party that is full of closeted homophobic gay men and anti-abortion men who demand their mistresses to get rid of their babies, I really don't take any of these hypocrites seriously.

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Posted in: What is your definition of virtue signaling? Can you give some examples? See in context

When the Democrats drop the same bombs as the Republicans to kill innocent people in countries which USA doesn't like, but they put rainbow flags and BLM messages on the bombs.

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Posted in: Kishida blames Russia for opposition at nuclear conference See in context

I saw what happened in Planet of the Apes. It doesn't end well.

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Posted in: Ichiro expresses gratitude as he enters Mariners Hall of Fame See in context

He's done well. Most other Japanese baseball players who go to America end up fat and overweight.

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Posted in: Kishida pledges $30 bil over next 3 years for Africa See in context


You've changed your tune. Whenever it's China who's helping out, you can't contain your anger and jealousy enough. No talk of debt trap??!!! One rule for one country, another for others? One face or two face?

China can afford to help. Has Japan forgotten about the ongoing Fukushima problem, payments for last year's Olympics and its own people?

Western countries are NOT helping Ukraine. They are prolonging the war and letting more and more people die. Even Japan and Germany had to surrender eventually to save their own people.

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Posted in: What are some fondly remembered TV shows from your youth? See in context

UK: The Two Ronnies, The Goodies, Dr Who (not today's version), Mind Your Language, Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em, Love Thy Neighbour, George and Mildred, Benny Hill (I still remember that tea, sugar and milk sketch).

US: Diff'rent Strokes, CHiPS, Wonder Woman, $6 Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman, Charlie's Angels, Little House on The Prairie, The Waltons, repeats of the Munsters

Japan: The Water Margin, Monkey (Journey to the West)

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Posted in: No Tube: London subway hit by strike, day after rail walkout See in context

How much do those greedy drivers earn?

Some of them earn £100K a year!

Tell me about it. You don't see nurses going on strike (although they've got a big reason to do so). These drivers aren't earning peanuts.

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Posted in: No Tube: London subway hit by strike, day after rail walkout See in context

Don't worry, Liz Truss to the rescue.

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Posted in: Blinken reaffirms U.S. commitment to defend South Korea and Japan See in context

You can tell when this guy lies. He moves his mouth.

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Posted in: Why are summer fruits such as peaches, plums, nectarines, etc, so expensive in Japan? See in context

I go for B-products if they're available. Who cares if tat cucumber is bent, or those apples have a slight blemish?

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Posted in: Japan to look into summit meeting with China: Nikkei See in context


No point of a summit with China

That's up to Japan, not you. Just wait, USA and its Anglo-Saxon minions will throw a spanner in the works.

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Posted in: Trains paralyzed again in UK as unions stage fresh strikes See in context

I have sympathy for people like nurses who only get paid peanuts but work hard. And yet these tube drivers get paid A LOT for sitting around.

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Posted in: Stars Coffee, anyone? Starbucks successor opening in Russia See in context

I nobody outside Russia can do anything about this!

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Posted in: U.S. Air Force grounds Ospreys over safety concern, including in Japan See in context

And this country wants to start a war with China? Gimme a break. These aren't the only incidents involving American hardware.

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Posted in: Crisis-hit Sri Lanka to ask Japan to open talks with main creditors See in context

Funny how most people here are in denial (or ignorant) that Sri Lanka's debt to Japan is the same as to China (each 10% of total debt). Over 40% of the debt is to western and Japanese companies. And that port - Canada was going for that before China went for it - Canada couldn't come up with the finance and so they had to give up - and yet nobody criticized Canada.

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Posted in: LDP policy chief visited Unification Church-linked facility See in context

Don't worry. This time next month, it will be business as usual.

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Posted in: 'China threat' emerges in elections from UK to Australia See in context

When you're in big trouble, pull out the 'fearmongering' card. It's worked in USA, and it'll work in UK and Australia. It's what happens when you have gullible people.


Your leaders don't exactly smell of roses. ScoMo has been in the news recently.

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