Dec 9, 2014

Chinese man arrested for illegal access to NTT server

Tokyo police have arrested a Chinese man on suspicion of illegally accessing a server operated by NTT Communications Corp.’s Internet service provider OCN, it was learned Tuesday. The 32-year-old company employee, Geng Qiang, who lives in Tokyo, has admitted to the charge, informed sources ...

Nov 18, 2014

FBI probes State Department hacking tied to White House breach

The FBI is investigating a hacking attack that forced the U.S. State Department to disable part of its email system and may be linked to a previously disclosed intrusion of the White House network. The FBI on Monday said it opened investigations into the ...

| Oct 26, 2014

The world still needs to learn Japanese

For the attention of the Japan Business Federation (Keidanren): I have previously addressed Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in this forum about the necessity for Japan to internationalize further, especially by developing English skills. However, at the same time, I believe the world also needs ...

Center in Tokai helps foreigners

| Aug 8, 2014

Center in Tokai helps foreigners

A new group has been established in the Tokai region to help foreign residents get educational, medical and welfare services in Japan. Tokai Daily Life Support Center for Foreigners mainly focuses on assisting aging Chinese returnees and helping foreign children learn Japanese. The center ...

Jul 31, 2014

Uighur group says nearly 100 casualties in China clash

A clash in Xinjiang, home to China’s mostly Muslim Uighur minority, left nearly 100 people dead or wounded, an exile group said Wednesday after what authorities called a “terror attack” on a police station and township. Dozens of civilians and assailants were killed and ...

Mar 25, 2014

Missing professor returns from China

A Chinese professor at Kobe University who had been missing since traveling to China earlier this month has arrived back in Japan, a university official said Tuesday. Wang Ke, a professor of modern Chinese political thought at the university’s Graduate School of Intercultural Studies, ...