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Famas, Urian lauds TIU Film’s “Yield”

June 10, 2018

Yield, a film about child labor produced by TIU Films, won three awards from two film organizations during the last five days. In Sunday’s 66th Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences (FAMAS) awards Yield won the Best Documentary and

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INTERVIEW: Japan, U.S. May Enter “Delicate Time” over N. Korea

June 7, 2018

Washington- Japan and the United States may enter a “delicate time” depending on developments after the planned U.S.-North Korea summit on Tuesday, a U.S. expert has said. The policy of imposing maximum pressure on North Korea “will stay the same”

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Lesson from Aum Crimes: People Can Be Easily Controlled

May 30, 2018

Tokyo- Freelance journalist Shoko Egawa says that a series of crimes by the Aum Shinrikyo doomsday cult in the 1980s and 1990s have left a lesson: People can be easily controlled psychologically. In January this year, the last remaining one

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Ex-Japan Exchange Group CEO Regrets “Lost” 30 Years

May 29, 2018

Tokyo- As an executive of brokerage giant Nomura Securities Co. at the time, Atsushi Saito, 78, witnessed firsthand the financial turbulence following the collapse of Japan’s bubble economy in the early 1990s, shortly after the start of the soon-ending Japanese

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INTERVIEW: Crime Victims’ Group Founder Voices Sense of Accomplishment

May 28, 2018

Tokyo- Lawyer Isao Okamura has voiced a sense of accomplishment just before the planned dissolution of the National Association of Crime Victims and Surviving Families, or NAVS, on Sunday. “The extent of crime victims’ participation in trials has widened dramatically

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370 Filipino professional housekeepers to be deployed to Japan

May 21, 2018

The Philippines is set to deploy more professional housekeepers to Japan this year. The 370 professional housekeepers to be sent to Tokyo, Kanagawa and Osaka signed on Monday contract with Japanese housekeeping support service firm Nichii Gakkan in a ceremony

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Canon Vice President Ozawa Sees Era as Time When Japan Lost Power

May 21, 2018

Beijing- Hideki Ozawa, executive vice president of Canon Inc., has described the Heisei period as a time when Japan lost its power. Ozawa, who doubles as president and chief executive officer of Canon (China) Co., has spent most of his

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EXCLUSIVE: Over 70 Pct of Dangerous Railroad Crossings Untouched in Japan

May 20, 2018

Tokyo- Over 70 pct of underequipped railroad crossings in Japan where accidents resulting in deaths or injuries occurred in the five years through fiscal 2016 have yet to be abolished or see any improvement as of the end of last

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