Bárðarbunga: Mist Back In Reykjavík, Mass Evacuations Near Cerro Negro, Unrest in Japan Elsewhere, there's been lot of ado about new activity in Japan's Ioyama, not to be confused with the recently-deadly Ontake.
The article, by Sato Masaharu of Shobi University and Barak Kushner of Princeton University, is entitled “Negro Propaganda Operations: Japan's short-wave radio broadcasts for World War II Black Americans.” It's not available
Darrell Baker, SVP & Head, GSK Global Respiratory Franchise, said, “We are proud of this approval for Encruse Ellipta as it means healthcare professionals in Japan will have another treatment option for appropriate COPD
Theatre international noir series "A Rare Noir Is Good To Find", Donald Malcolm characterizes "Japon Negro" as "the collision of existential suffering and the 'code of revenge' so prevalent in the Japanese version of noir.
In Japan, that's the kind of schedule many white-collar workers are expected to keep, a phenomenon documented in a new viral video from an expat who uses the moniker "Stu in Tokyo" on YouTube. Pity Japan's salaryman:
“And we can cross the whole of Asia and find the Negro again, for, when, in far-off Japan, the ancestors of the modern Japanese were making their way northward against the Ainu, the aborigines of that country, the leader of
The First Lady's Travel Journal: A Journey That Began Decades Ago By Michelle Obama March 17, 2015 10:17 AM EDT This post is part of a series authored by First Lady Michelle Obama to share her visit to Japan and
I wanted to outline a couple of connections between the Negro Leagues and Japanese baseball that aren't (I think) all that well-known. First: for decades, the standard story about the rise of professional baseball in Japan has
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