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Japanese government to begin cash handouts to households in May due to COVID-19

The Japanese government said Tuesday its plan to provide cash handouts to households whose income has suffered as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak...
Diary recorded by invading Japanese soldier Yoshio Sugano from Dec.13 to 20, 1937. Photo by Liu Junguo from People’s Daily

Nanjing Massacre: The Real Picture of Events

“Part of those captured were shot dead along the Yangtze River on the 16th.” “The rest of the 10,000 people were killed on the 17th.” Those...

RMU Will Start Running Asian Languages Courses in 2018/19

The Regional Maritime University (RMU) is to introduce the study of Asian Languages, such as Chinese and Japanese, as University-Wide courses, beginning from the...

Japanese paint maker acquires Kenyan firm in US$100 million deal

Japanese firm Kansai Paint on Wednesday entered the East African market through a deal of about 100 million U.S. dollars to acquire 90 percent...

Japanese Avalanche is Suspected to Have Claimed 8 Lives

Eight Japanese high school students are feared dead, after they were caught in an avalanche at a ski resort. The avalanche occurred early on Monday...

Why does Japanese embassy ‘act as a spy’?

Distraction policy On Jan. 29, the second day of China's Lunar New Year, The Times, a British national newspaper, published a report entitled "Rifkind...

Japanese hotel in pledge to remove right-wing books

Japanese hotel chain APA Group is to remove right-wing books from rooms at its hotel hosting athletes of the 8th Asian Winter Games in...
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South Koreans condemn right-wing Japanese hotel distorting wartime history

South Korean people condemn a right-wing Japanese hotel chain, which caused uproar by placing books distorting the Imperial Japan's wartime history in guestrooms of...

China lifts 13-year import ban on Japanese carp

China has resumed imports of Japanese koi, removing a ban imposed amid viral disease outbreaks at Japanese fishing farms in 2003, authorities in Shanghai...
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Lawyers’ union of Japan call for abolishing death penalty

Japan's union of lawyers wants to lobby for the elimination of the country's death penalty by 2020, according to a Thursday report from Kyodo...

African Leaders and Partners pledge to invest in youth and women

African, Japanese and other leaders at the Sixth Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD VI), in Nairobi, agreed today on more international actions...

North Korea Missile Launch Touches Near Japanese Lines

A medium-range ballistic missile fired from North Korea has landed near Japanese territorial waters, according to South Korean and Japanese officials, the latest...

Emperor Akihito Expresses His Desire to Step-down

Japan's Emperor Akihito has expressed his desire to abdicate in the coming years, public broadcaster NHK reports. The 82-year-old, who has had health...

Authorities raid Suzuki headquarters in Japan

Officials were looking for documents which would support the company's previous claims that it had not meant to deceive car buyers. Last month Suzuki said...

Japanese citizens kicks against Obama’s visit to Hiroshima

Dozens of Japanese citizens gathered here on Thursday, protesting U.S. President Barack Obama's visit to Hiroshima and the two countries' intended political manipulation of...

250,000 bags of frozen veggies recall by Japanese food company

Japanese frozen food company Nichirei announced a recall of some 250,000 bags of frozen vegetables due to possible bacteria pollution, local media reported Wednesday. ...

More than 60 percent of Japanese kick against sales tax hike

The telephone survey, which was conducted by Japan's Kyodo News through the weekend, also showed that 44.3 percent of the respondents approve a possible...
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Mohammed Polo demand support for Kenichi Yatsuhashi

Hearts of Oak and Black Stars legend Mohammed Ahmed Polo has called on the entire Phobian fraternity to support current coach of the...

Fawaz Zawk Surprised With Kenichi Yatshuhashi Appointment As Head Coach

Ex-board and management member of ailing Premier League club Accra Hearts of Oak, Fawaz Zawk has expressed shock over the appointment of Japanese...

Hearts of Oak Seals Sponsorship Deal with Polar Electro Japan

 Ghanaian giants Accra Hearts of Oak have sealed a deal with Japanese facility manufacturers Polar Electro Japan, the club's head coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi has confirmed.  According...

Keith Ape Featured on Noisey Raps

Hailing from Seoul, South Korea, Keith has been on a rapid ascent since dropping his international hit, “It G Ma” — a song that...

Hearts pursues bumper sponsorship with MTN

Hearts of Oak Hearts of Oak are on the verge on sealing a massive sponsorship deal with telecommunication giant MTN hours after sealing a...
Kenichi Yatsuhashi

Hearts of Oak hands Yatsuhashi a two year contract

The 46 year old Japanese-American, according to information gathered by the GNA Sports, concluded discussions with the management of the club early this week...

Lewis Hamilton Celebrates Japanese Grand Prix Victory

Uncompetitive in Singapore last weekend, Mercedes were imperious as Hamilton stroked to victory and Nico Rosberg fought back to finish second. The German fell back...

Japanese boxer Ikki Kodukai cuts off legal advisor’s penis

Kodukai went to the lawyer?s office and cut off the man?s penis with gardening shears, then flushed it down the toilet, reports the Daily...

Egypt’s used car market gets dominated by Asian cars

by Mahmoud Fouly, Wang Xue "Japanese and Korean cars are more saleable in the Egyptian used car market because of their comparatively cheap prices,...

Why Japanese people categorically hate Marmite

But when it comes time to tasting the Marmite, they are in for a rather unpleasant surprise One YouTube star, Chris Broad from the UK,...

Chinese Leader Held Bilateral Talks With Japanese Counterpart

Chinese President Xi Jinping and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe?held talks on Wednesday at a regional summit in Indonesia, in what was only the...

Japanese NGO gives Nkoranza a 16-classroom block

A Japanese Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), is putting up a 16-classroom storey building at Nkoranza, to start an International Private School within the...

Japan supports Ghana in the fight against maternal and child deaths

The Japanese Government is assisting Ghana?s health sector with a grant of $1.66 million in its efforts to achieve targeted at preventing ...