WilliaminTK comments

Posted in: Alibaba founder Jack Ma living in Japan after China tech crackdown: Financial Times See in context

I hope I run into this dude as his Alibaba company sucks. I have been dealing with an order for 10 months and still no resolution. They don’t protect the buyers and only care about getting their cut from the sellers. I will never use them again!

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Posted in: Why are there so many reincarnation and villainess anime and manga? Manga editor explains See in context

Oh very interesting article. I have been watching a few of these but I also wondered why there seemed to be so many of these kinds of Manga and Anime being produced. I will check out the recommended one's Y-san suggested "My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom(What is the Japanese Title?)"

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Posted in: Ueno zoo panda's return to China delayed again due to pandemic See in context

Pepepopo said it all. Also, Japan spends too much money to China for these animales. It’s like over 1 million USD to least a Panda.

The tech at this point could be used for a virtual zoo that could reference all wildlife in their natural environment showing the location so people could have a deeper understanding of where and how these wonderful creatures live. The humans on this planet are destroying the natural habitats and The extinction rate is getting higher and higher which is something very few are talking about.

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Posted in: Kishida says Japan will consider easing COVID border controls See in context

It is a tough choice but these people trying to get into the country just need to wait! I don’t understand who are these “talented” people. Honesty they are not missing anything at the moment with all of the Covid restrictions we have here. We have not been able to travel out of Japan for 3 years now so if we must wait they must wait.

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Posted in: Japan's entry ban hurting foreign students' mental health: survey See in context

Oh poor students getting mental not being able to come to Japan. Come on give me a brake. Times are tough all over the world so they need to take a chill pill. Actually it is a good lesson in Japanese politics and how we live in Japan. If and when they come they can write a nice essay in Japanese about their time not being able to come and win that speech competition! Use this a fuel for your creativity.

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Posted in: Rare fans at Olympic events admit COVID doubts See in context

But didn't "they" say no spectators allowed?

There are no spectators allowed in Tokyo, Saitama, Kanagawa, and Chiba.

All other places can have the 50% under capacity or 10, 000 people Max.

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Posted in: Chilean, Dutch, American athletes test positive for COVID See in context

Feel sorry for this Athlete after all the hard work to get here! Well I guess it look a little more self control as it is not easy to get the COVID19.

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Posted in: Bach urges Japanese to support Olympics See in context

No mention of the missing Uganda Weightlifting athlete who went rouge and left the team because he wants to work in Japan? He missed his COVID19 daily testing! How in the world can that happen? The IOC could really care less about Japan as long as that TV contract money is coming to them! They are a NPO if you all didn’t know so they need the money. Plus they said, they are not responsible for anyone getting the COVID19 here in Japan so their hands are washed of the responsibility. So that leaves the Blame to Japanese Government who has a chance to postpone or cancel a few months ago but did not.

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Posted in: Internet misinformation fans COVID vaccine hesitancy among Japanese young people See in context

What is important to remember is all that all of the pharmaceutical companies got fast tracked to make a vaccine and did not go through the usual procedures that normally take two years. Also, have any of you read the disclaimer given out by the vaccine makers? I quote from the Moderna Vaccine info:”This vaccine’s effectiveness in preventing infection has not been determined at this time. You should take appropriate infection prevention measures regardless of whether or not you have received the vaccine.”

So even they do not know the effectiveness of this vaccine so this is not a conspiracy. It just needs more time and we all in our push for going back to normal have welcomed anything that can get us there!

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Posted in: Super Crazy Kun’s election win deemed invalid a second time See in context

Super Crazy Kun also ran for the Governor of Tokyo Last Year so you have to be a Tokyo Resident to do that.

So I suspect they probably figured that out and even though he won, tried to say he is living in Tokyo. He did win that election and glad he was able to get the younger generation into politics. He will be back and I am sure he will get the win in the next Election! Fight on Crazy Kun!!

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Posted in: What are some non-violent ways of protesting against the Tokyo Olympics? See in context

Don't Watch the TV as the Adverting is where they make the most money.

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Posted in: U.S. media say anti-COVID steps at Tokyo Olympics go against press freedoms See in context

I like what @tell_me_bout_it said.

The Playbook has been out for a week and you knew it was coming! If you don’t like it then keep your Press Ass in COVID19 ravaged USA. An I am an American so don’t you trolls start talking BS. We have plenty of local journalists that speak Japanese and English to get your precious interviews. Plus there will be no spectators anyway! They can’t speak Japanese so who they gonna interview? They just want to come to Tokyo and have a good time and claim they are on “Press Business”! We know the deal!

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Posted in: Suga dodges questions on whether Olympics can be held under state of emergency See in context

“Concerns are also growing about the highly contagious Indian variant of the virus, which health experts warn could quickly become the dominant strain in Japan.”

Now, how did this Indian variant enter Japan is the question? I thought international travel has been restricted right? If not, then immigration at the airports is failing and they are not quarantining people properly. Now remember how this started spreading in Japan: The Princess Cruise Ship! They let those people from the boat who were supposedly cleared, use public transportation and it started to spread.

We should be like South Korea but no we failed here in Japan with that damn “Go to Travel” campaign!

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Posted in: Gov't to release Fukushima nuclear plant water into sea despite fishermen's objection See in context

Yes they only meet the Fishermen just to say they did! They were never going to listen to them. Oh, and no one seems to talk about all the untreated water they escaped out into the Pacific before the tanks were even made. That area of the sea is already dead. Remember, don't eat any of the fish that come from that area.

Now when the real GODZILLA comes up from the Ocean in a few years don't be surprised!

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Posted in: Japan urged to outlaw LGBT+ discrimination before Olympics See in context

Not sure why they need this done because of the Olympics. There will be no foreigners coming to see the games so it is not needed as a must have before July 23rd. Of course no one should be discriminated against period. However, Japan is run by the OLD BOYS club so until that changes, nothing else will change.

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Posted in: Japan's android pets ease virus isolation See in context

Now just wait for the sexbots that will be coming out soon. That will be a game changer for sure.

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Posted in: How and why the IOC could find a 2032 Olympic host so soon See in context

I have been to Brisbane! It is a wonderful city. Now the question is when to hold as their summer is in the Southern Hemisphere! In 2000 I believe is was in Sept.

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Posted in: Foreign volunteers for Tokyo Olympics stuck in virus limbo See in context

As a selected volunteer myself, the only agonizing thing is when we start training. They have done a decent job keeping us in the loop but we won’t know more until April. As for people outside of Japan, I would change your plans and cancel tickets. Don’t think we will need extra help but Thank you for your enthusiasm and effort. If the games are scaled down with no audience allowed, it will really be a really unfortunate Games. Beijing starting a year from now too. Paris 2024 should be back to “New Normal”. Los Angeles 2028 should be fantastic.

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Posted in: Bill submitted to recognize users of donated eggs, sperm as parents See in context

This is very good news as I am trying the IVF. If the egg dose not work for some reason, in Japan at present, due to age discrimination, we are not allowed to use a 3rd party egg. So let’s get this law passed so they can work on the other ways to get the population in Japan back on track.

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Posted in: Fishermen oppose release of Fukushima water into ocean See in context

Oh let me remind everyone that when the Plant was already taking in too much water they released it back into the ocean. Remember, they only built those tanks afterwards so they wouldn’t be criticized more. I would not eat anything coming down that side of the Pacific Ocean. It is already bad enough and it stayed out of the news in Japan so at the time to win the Olympic Games. They will screw the fishing industry and release that water again. It would be better to flood the ghost towns that are vacant because of the radiation.

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Posted in: Worried by pandemic, unmarried Japanese couples want legal protection See in context

She built her professional life with the name she has always known, including publishing writing under it, and changing seemed like "being cut off from my career," especially without assurances that employers would allow her to retain her maiden name.

This is not true. I have worked with plenty of women who are married and keep their maiden name at work. If she is a doctor, she won’t be cut off from her career. Also in Geinoka(Entertainment industry) plenty of people using fake names or maiden names while being married.

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Posted in: Japan lacking burial grounds for expanding Muslim population See in context

Mr.Kipling was on point about preparation which most people don’t think about until it’s too late.

Also, as it mentioned in the article, each Local municipality has the power to make change. So any religion that needs or wants to bury the whole body after death needs to do research before moving in. Simple enough. I have had non-Japanese friends who have died in Japan unexpectedly and yes, it cost about 15,000 USD to ship your body out of Japan. The refrigeration of the body was a big cost from what I recall and embalming is rare for Japan so that drives up the price to.

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Posted in: Olympics could have limited spectators, says Tokyo 2020 chief See in context

Let’s face the facts for a min.

1) Who really wants to see these Games with limited number of people?

2) How are the athletes suppose to be in top condition with limited practice before the games?

3) Will the Volunteers really feel safe working in these conditions?

4) Even if a vaccine is ready by next year, the virus does not die out. Just like the Noro Virus, this will still be with us for many years to come.

Recommend to give the money back to sponsors and give Tokyo the 2024 slot, push Paris to 2028, and LA 2032.

Plus Osaka will have the World Expo 2025 so Japan will have plenty of time to get ready and have the infrastructure in place by that time.

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Posted in: Why have no COVID-19 clusters occurred in pachinko parlors? See in context

The reason the Government cracked down on the Pachinko Parlors is because the majority are Korean owned! Plus they get no money from the business due to loopholes so no apology is coming. Happy to hear they are now Smoke Free from April 1st. Might want to try it sometime.

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Posted in: Japan comics bag U.S. award, touted as Oscars of comic industry See in context

The Way of the Househusband, vol. 1, by Kousuke Oono, translation by Sheldon Drzka (VIZ Media)

This also one for Best Humor Publication!!

This was not mentioned in the article!

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Posted in: Japan comics bag U.S. award, touted as Oscars of comic industry See in context

This is a very interesting award. I don’t read translated comics in English as I like the original Japanese Manga. I wish the writer gave us more information of titles of past winners and who one the top prize.

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Posted in: Tokyo moves away from numerical targets to fight coronavirus See in context

Very spot on points by many of you.

Now, let’s not forget: When did the Corona Virus start to spike for the first time? The day after the 2020 Olympics were postponed! Koike was adamant that they would not be cancelled and said 絶対-Zettai- they would go on. But then the IOC said what a min since athletes started pulling out. So we now have an Election this Sunday that all only Japanese citizens are allowed to participate. So of course, no one what’s the economic to slow down again and so Koike doesn’t need any bad press before Sunday. I guarantee on Mon, the new Virus cases will be over 100 people again and the 2bd Wave is here. I know everyone is tired of staying home but we need to take care of ourselves since the Gov. will not!

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Posted in: Half-Japanese woman hands card to people who ask tiresome questions about her race See in context

Oh Anna!! That is a wonderful idea.

I would have liked to do the same thing as a Light Skinned Black American but growing older now I don’t mind talking to the people. Actually, a good way is to give them a lot of info from the first question and if they still want to talk to you then they may be worthy of true interaction.

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Posted in: NHK removes video on U.S. protests after online outrage about depiction of African Americans See in context

Mirai HayashiToday  06:18 am JST


In Japan, there is basically one race of people.

Japan is actually a homogeneous country made up of Ainus, Rikkyus, Bonins, and Yamatos all with their own distinct genetic traits and migration origins.

Yes Mirai-san, that is why I said basically. Let’s not get into the discrimination of those people and the taking of lands.

As for the rest of the non Afro-Americans committing on this, it doesn’t matter what they call us, the point is that things need to change sooner than later. I think we all can agree with that.

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Posted in: NHK removes video on U.S. protests after online outrage about depiction of African Americans See in context

Being a person of color who is from the US let me tell you all how it is!

As a boy they called me a Nig¥@¥ or Negro(Neither consider polite). Then in around HS, they said Afro-American is politically correct.

Then it changed to African American.

However we usually use “Black” as they is the way people see us as. Now is it right, no I don’t think so. However, you need to understand is we were taken,sold,and traded from Africa some 400 years ago no knowing where are true homeland is. Yes we were Slaves with no rights and help to build the “Land of the Free” which was stolen from the Native American Tribes.

Now it is 2020 and yes there have been many improvements but the nation has never really accepted “ Ex-Slaves” into being truly equal. This is the point you have to understand. Before the Term “Diversity”, “Equal Rights” was the key phrase all companies and media was using. This was mainly for helping the “minorities” to get a fare shake at jobs, loans, education,etc. However, the Elite needed a new term as they don’t really want to help or share so to put everyone in one basket “ Diversity” was born and now this is the term they can use for all women, disabled, LGBT, and minorities. No more quotas are needed and this makes it easier for the “Man” to keep ruling the world.

In Japan, there is basically one race of people. Therefore it is hard for the people to understand why things are so different in America which is a melting pot of all races under the sun.

I don’t blame the Japanese people for not knowing any better but times are changing quickly. Generation Z is coming and they know technology. The population is sinking and in 30 years the foreign population be tripled ! In the US, Caucasian population has dwindled down under 50% so the minority will become the majority. Therefore they are afraid of change from the norm. The key is how to keep the power and the political institution is so important. They want the people to be angry and feel helpless so not to vote in the elections.

So as you can see with all of the Protest worldwide, no government wants to get the people really angry because the secret will get out! If we rise up, no one can control us. We the people rule this world. You must all realize we the many are ruled by the few. They use propaganda and fear to control us because they really cannot otherwise.

We shall overcome!

Love and Peace To you all.

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