Ronron Calunsod
Mar 13, 2012
Worries on Guam linger despite reduced U.S. forces buildup
Despite revisions planned to the impending U.S. military buildup on this Pacific island territory, foremost of which is the expected reduction in U.S. Marines to be transferred from Japan, Guamanians remain concerned with the repercussions.
Japan Times
Jul 21, 2011
Disadvantaged kids in Mindanao get Japanese-sponsored education
Sulaiman Salik, a 15-year-old Muslim boy from the southern Philippine city of Cotabato on the island of Mindanao, was nursing a gunshot wound in a hospital when he met Tomo Matsui, an author from Tokyo, five years ago.
May 12, 2011
Japan supply holdups strain Philippine industry
The March 11 earthquake and tsunami disaster in Japan triggered supply chain disruptions that are posing challenges to the Philippines' electronics, semiconductor and car industries.


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