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Posted in: Missing Hokkaido boy found alive in SDF hut in forest after 6 days See in context

Thank goodness he is safe and sound. Hopefully from now onward, keep this boy and his sister out of reach from his super duper stupid idiotic parents forever.

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Posted in: Fallen idol Nori-P emerges as survivor of 'bullying' culture See in context

Teeny-bopper Minami Minegishi, a former member of Japan’s most popular girl band AKB48, famously shaved her hair off—a traditional act of contrition in Japan—after being photographed leaving her boyfriend’s home in 2013.

Had Minegishi Minami left AKB? The last time I checked, she is still in AKB. Hhhmmm....

Moderator: That has been corrected. Thank you.

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Posted in: Famed anime director Makoto Shinkai announces new film See in context

2013’s “The Garden of Words” was Shinkai’s last theatrical feature, but the 42-year-old director is now in the process of creating a new film, titled “your name.,” or “Kimi no na ha.” in Japanese.

I think the correct romaji should be "Kimi No Namae Wa" instead of “Kimi no na ha.”

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Posted in: Huge rally for Malaysian PM's resignation enters 2nd day See in context

elephant200AUG. 30, 2015 - 03:13PM JST This is colour revolution exactly like what happened in Ukraine and Hong Kong last year. Some western countries appaluded that "Arab Spring" by toppling present government and installed some useless puppets that lead to miserables and public to that country. And huge flood of refugees as well

I'm not sure if you are being sarcastic or supportive on this revolution but having a $700 million or RM 2.6 billion in personal account is not a small matter. If I have to translate it to yen, that would worth roughly about 736 billion yen. How would you feel if your leader have that much money in their own personal account? Would you accept their explanation that this is just a donation to them after keeping silent for so long when being question?

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Posted in: Gas cylinder explodes in Oita restaurant, injuring 3 employees See in context

According to police, the employees said they were preparing to open the restaurant when a gas cylinder fell into the fryer.

How did such a huge gas cylinder fell into the fryer really baffled me. A gas canister is more likely.

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Posted in: A year later, MH17 relatives grieve, wait for answers See in context

One year on and yet there is still no closure to both MH17 and MH370. Very sad indeed...

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Posted in: 'One Piece' enters Guinness World Records as most printed manga See in context

Congrats to Oda san :)

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