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Posted in: Plenty of seats See in context

Not only they do volunteering, they need to be in direct sunlight during summer.

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Posted in: Russian PM visits Pacific islands claimed by Japan See in context

A PM of sovereign nation can go wherever in his nation territory.

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Posted in: Man given religiously forbidden food at Nagoya immigration center See in context

Man given religiously forbidden food at Nagoya immigration center

Anything can happen after they miserably failed providing health to their detainee, like failing mistake by failing to provide required food to their detainee.

In a separate case, the immigration bureau has been criticized for failing to provide appropriate medical services to a Sri Lankan woman who died in March despite complaining of stomach pain and other symptoms while in detention.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympics: Pandemic, heat ... and now a typhoon's en route See in context

The Tokyo Olympics, delayed by the pandemic and opened under oppressive heat, is due for another hit of nature’s power: a typhoon arriving Tuesday morning that is forecast to disrupt at least some parts of the Games.

Who's planning, pushing and approving Olympics?

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Posted in: Olympics addict who spent $40,000 on tickets left on the sidelines See in context

Olympics addict who spent $40,000 on tickets left on the sidelines

Not only him, people who reside in Japan where they already fund this olympics through their tax are being sidelined.

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Posted in: Crowds gather outside Tokyo stadium for Olympics opening ceremony See in context

Crowds gather outside Tokyo stadium for Olympics opening ceremony

Where is social distancing? Who held this event ?

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Posted in: Sponsors of Tokyo's unpopular Olympics face branding dilemma See in context

ll Tokyo 2020 sponsors, told AFP their top brass will skip the opening.

No dillema just pull out support in other form.

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Posted in: Suga asks Pfizer CEO to bring forward COVID-19 delivery amid shortage See in context

They asked pfizer to speed up just to be stuck bottleneck somewhere in Japan

https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2021/07/09/national/vaccination-drive-hits-logistic-bottlenecks-ahead-of-olympics/

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Posted in: Emperor tells Bach holding Olympics amid pandemic 'not easy' See in context

Not easy, is that muzukashii that can be interpreted sometimes as impossible.

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Posted in: Little cheer in Tokyo for Olympics See in context

"No one cares about the Olympics," the 79-year-old said.

"Since even people living near the venues are uninterested, I'm wondering if people in other places have any interest," he added.

So who are people who really interested in Olympic? Only very few people?

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Posted in: 2 athletes, 10 others among new Olympic-related virus cases See in context

The Tokyo Games' organizing committee reported 12 new positive COVID-19 cases relating to the Olympics on Thursday, with two of the cases involving foreign athletes residing in the athletes' village.

Olympic opening ceremony is not started yet until tomorrow but we already see new covid cases everyday.

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Posted in: Suga kicks off Olympics diplomacy See in context

WHO now is promoting Olympic too?

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Posted in: Vietnamese woman gets suspended sentence for abandoning bodies of newborn twins See in context

who came to Japan in 2018 to work as a technical trainee, gave birth to twin boys in her company dormitory in Ashikita

That program just need cheap labor so having pregnant woman or woman with baby, is not something that they really want. Since she's in trainee program she just afraid that she might get fired and being terminated from her trainee program where she could send back home. While back in home she still need to pay debt that cover initial cost for her to be in trainee program.

Similar thing happened few years back to other nationalities different place but same program, which is trainee program.

https://japantoday.com/category/crime/chinese-trainee-gets-suspended-term-for-abandoning-baby

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Posted in: Flying high See in context

Flying high? Of course, since no passenger during pandemic.

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Posted in: Emperor to attend Tokyo Olympic opening ceremony See in context

Japanese imperial really depend on government in lot of things these days. For example for female succession decision https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2020/01/05/national/japan-imperial-succession-women-study/

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Posted in: More Japanese business leaders to skip Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony See in context

So who really support Olympics now?

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Posted in: Bach admits 'sleepless nights' over troubled Tokyo Olympics See in context

over troubled Tokyo Olympics

Anyone can start asking why keep insisting doing super spreader event on international scale?

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Posted in: South Korean president to skip Olympics See in context

Olympics was expected to be event for diplomacy, by now not that effective.

https://japantoday.com/category/politics/focus-pandemic-clouds-japan%27s-hopes-of-active-diplomacy-during-olympics

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Posted in: Olympic Village safe place to stay, Games organizers insist See in context

Olympic Village safe place to stay, Games organizers insist

Virus will not care whether organizer insist or not.

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Posted in: Taiwan cancels dispatch of digital minister to Tokyo Olympics See in context

Minister cancel their visit to Olympics? President cancel visits wto Olympics? Anyone else? https://japantoday.com/category/politics/South-Korean-president-to-skip-Olympics

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Posted in: Japan prepares for a surreal Olympics, and plenty of questions See in context

Japan prepares for a surreal Olympics, and questions are plenty

From those questions, can start with, why?

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Posted in: Japan mulls extending maximum reactor lifespan beyond 60 years See in context

Do they learn anything from Fukushima?

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Posted in: 48,000 meals a day: Feeding an Olympic Village See in context

18,000 people at a time and its cafeterias will serve up to 48,000 meals a day, with some open around the clock.

2,000 staff at peak hours to meet the needs of all.

You can not make bubble to serve 18,000 people, those 2,000 staffs will be in and out everyday.

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Posted in: Bach says anti-virus rules working ahead of Tokyo Olympics See in context

says anti-virus rules working ahead of Tokyo Olympics

Virus will not care about those rules.

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Posted in: Kono says local gov'ts need to slow down vaccinations due to supply crunch See in context

Kono says local gov'ts need to slow down vaccinations due to supply crunch

Shortage in supply but Olympics still goes on?

Local government do the right things to speed up vaccine so now where is the actual bottleneck?

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Posted in: Suga asks Bach to ensure Olympics will be safe, particularly for Japanese public See in context

to ensure Olympics will be safe, particularly for Japanese public

No one can ensure that.

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Posted in: Olympic athletes to put on own medals; crowd noise to be fed into arenas See in context

Olympic athletes to put on own medals; crowd noise to be fed into arenas

How they supposed to do in order to get those medals? They need to play in close with other players so where is social distancing?

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Posted in: How organizers hope to manage coronavirus at the Olympics See in context

How organizers hope to manage coronavirus at the Olympics

Nothing anyone can do except hoping for now, since virus can spread without social distancing. While Olympics will make people gather in one place.

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Posted in: Japan's 'Recovery Olympics' message fades See in context

Tokyo 2020 was supposed to be the "Recovery Olympics," showcasing rebuilding after Japan's 2011 disaster, but a spectator ban has left Fukushima residents feeling their efforts were all in vain.

Recovery from what? Japan it's still in another new wave.

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Posted in: Pakistani man reaches out to those living on margins in Japan See in context

"The reality is that many times the homeless suffer from mental health issues and cannot fit into society," he said.

Lot of problems in Japan are caused by mental health, some even could lead to suicide but it never get enough attention by government, employer, business and Japanese citizen.

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