I cannot accept the way Japanese police treat foreigners such as myself in public places — especially how they judge people by color and appearance. I have had several unpleasant experiences that suggest this is the case.
What are officials doing to ensure children are not exposed to potential contamination at Bob Hope Primary School and Amelia Earhart Intermediate School in Okinawa City? Demand school officials close the playground until the soil can be tested and remediation undertaken if necessary.
Man #1: Can I please steal one of your smokes? You’ve got enough to see you through tonight? Man #2: But you’ve quit smoking, haven’t you? Man #1: I haven’t had one in a while. — Asakusa, Taito Ward, Tokyo. Overheard by The Japan ...
Child: I want to be a bus driver when I grow up. Father: Why on earth would you want to do that? Child: I’d always get a parking space. Meguro, Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo. Overheard by The Japan Times On Sunday
Japan is preparing to sign a treaty known as the Convention on Supplementary Compensation for Nuclear Damage, which assigns accident liability entirely to plant operators rather than equipment and technology vendors.