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 How the Japanese save electricityHyori

After the disaster of Fukushima on the 11th of March this year, the Japanese feel compelled to save energy. That is the way a campaign wants it anyway. A building company called Maeda Corporation, takes this challenge, with a seemingly funny idea, very seriously. (/ „...exceptionally seriously“?) The management of the company gave, according to the „Telegraph“, instructions, that everyone ... >>>
language: English, tags: japanese Japan electricity haircut
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 The biggest earthquake of JapanMio K.

March 11st 2011, around 2:46 pm: there was an earthquake of magnitude 8.8 at the Sanriku offing. According to the Meteorogical Agency, this earth quake is bigger than the earthquake of Kanto which magnitude was 7.9, and biggest of all earthquakes marked since 1923, when the modern observation of earthquakes was started in Japan. The earthquake registered 7 in Kurihara, ... >>>
language: English, tags: Japan earthquake
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 Modern society should value tradition more.Mio K.

I agree with the opinion that modern society should value tradition more. Recently, various traditions are facing crises of disappearing. I think that one of the causes of it is grobal society. In Vietnam, recently, there are few people who wear sari, traditional clothes of Vietnam, because a lot of clothes which were designed and made abroad are imported in ... >>>
language: English, tags: English Vietnam tradition Japan
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 Extraordinary Japandrxox

I used to work for a Japanese company as a part-time employee in 2012. The company with its headquater located in Tokyo has extended its business in Vietnam in 2011. The company branch in Vietnam organized a trip to visit its headquater for all employees in Dec 2012 and I was luckily also a member on that trip with a ... >>>
language: English, tags: trip Japan extraordinary tokyo japenese
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Dreams and travelchelprosto

If i had a lot of money, i would visit Japan. In Japan you can see a lot of interesting things: countless subcultures, strange eat, unusual culture. I would travel by plane. Also you can travel by ship, but i'm afraid like travelling by ship. When you travel by plane, you can relax and enjoy the view. I would rather ... >>>
language: English, tags: travel vacation Japan dreams
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