Shosho Kou comments

Posted in: Do the positives of U.S. bases in Japan outweigh the negatives? See in context

Indeed, the presence of American bases can sometimes lead to a series of social problems. In the previous period, an Okinawa elderly man to die in a traffic accident was caused by an American military drunk driver. The traffic accident has caused greater discontent among residents living in the area. And today, I saw a news report saying that a plane at a U.S. military base had dropped a little thing on the roof of a kindergarten in Okinawa. American base in Japan is rooted not only in the issue of cultural communication and communication, but also a certain security hidden danger. The relocation of the base to other cities will not solve the fundamental problem because of the strong opposition of Okinawas people, which will only create new problems. I think this will require negotiations between the Japanese government and the U.S. government.

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Posted in: Osaka hotel’s rates start at just Y1,700 a night See in context

I was attracted to the title of this article. The Osaka hotel is only 1,700 yen a night, very favorable price, and it is still in the convenient area. I was attracted by the design of the hotel. I like reading books and I like quiet environment. This hotel is not only beautiful in environment, but also has a unique interior design, and can also use free wireless Internet. If I have the chance, I would like to feel the different city customs of Osaka with my friends.

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Posted in: Paris, London have highest rates of psychosis: study See in context

I think that a big part of the increase in the incidence of mental illness depends on the social environment. Especially in the modern society, people live under great pressure, work pressure, social wealth gap between the rich and poor, and the lack of emotional life, etc., which causes people's mental problems. Therefore, it is necessary to create a good working environment, comfortable living environment and good family environment.

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Posted in: Father of actor Tadanobu Asano arrested over use of stimulant drugs See in context

Some of the perpetrators are like this, knowing that what they are doing is illegal, but they still to break the law. The law had a regulatory effect at this time. If you think that doping is your freedom, what if it hurts someone else? I've seen a news story about a man driving a stimulant on the road. I can't imagine how dangerous this was. It is extremely easy to cause irreversible traffic accidents. Sometimes freedom is also bound.

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Posted in: Object possibly from U.S. military aircraft falls on Okinawa nursery See in context

It's a really scary things. What if it was something dangerous to fall on the kindergarten roof? I can't make assumptions. As far as I'm concerned, military aircraft are trying to avoid flying over populated areas. Regardless of the impact of noise, it is mainly about the life safety of so many people.

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Posted in: Japan considers 10 consecutive days off around crown prince's succession See in context

I find that there are many holidays in Japan, and basically every month there are public holidays, even if it's just one day I think it's happy for the working people. But I think it's the students who are most happy. This should be the first time in Japan's history that the emperor has handed over to the next successor

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Posted in: Arabs, Europe, U.N. reject Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israeli capital See in context

I agree with Obama that the recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel is a highly sensitive topic. Jerusalem is also the holy city of Islam. Trump's recognition that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel is not good for America's interests, which is tantamount to ignoring the interests of the entire Muslim community. Admittedly, he was a brave American President. He would dare to say anything.

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Posted in: Tokyo Station square opens with fresh design See in context

A good building can embody humanistic care. The central plaza in front of Tokyo's railway station will surely attract passing pedestrians. It is a pleasant thing to have such a pure land in a noisy city. I hope I have a chance to watch it.

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Posted in: At least 210 killed in quake on Iran-Iraq border See in context

Natural disasters are ruthless. We can do nothing in the face of the earthquake. I hope science and technology can be developed to anticipate the arrival of the earthquake in the future. I hope any other countries can provide some helps to Iran and Iraq.

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Posted in: Car plows into spectators at drift racing event in Saga; 4 injured See in context

There is nothing wrong with organizing drift racing event. It's important that there is no safety precautions. In addition, the accident occurred not only because of safety measures didn't do well, there are quality problems of cars. Otherwise, in the drifting competition last year, there would not be a woman died because the car wheels came off.

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