Whether the granting of uniform pardons on the occasion of major national events is appropriate under the current legal system should be subject to public discussion.
Resumed cooperation between America's most important allies in Asia is a core interest.
The elections have made Canadian politics more complex: It is now chess — not checkers.
Matthias Sutter, the newly appointed general manager at the Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo, is becoming more acquainted with the hotel than one would expect — he's living there.
Tokyo fashion week's battle for identity has always been between that of the runway and the fashion on streets — has the event finally found a happy medium?
A dying craft, sentō (public bathhouse) painting now has just three artisans continuing the art form. Can interest in Japanese culture, sparked by the 2020 Olympics, help renew an appreciation for the stunning murals?
From clothing sizes to heart-rate monitoring, technology is changing the way we measure ourselves.
Now decked out in all blue, New Zealand-born rugby player Luke McAlister is giving the Shimizu Blue Sharks a taste of Kiwi sportsmanship — which includes post-game drinks.