Two Japanese blogs have made headlines recently for racist remarks against ethnic Koreans, while online discussion starts to ask what Japanese people should do in response.
Tokyo Gov. Yuriko Koike wants young people to stay home and study rather than go out drinking during the pandemic. Is she targeting the wrong crowd, though?
Working remotely was something Japan, Inc. was never supposed to be able to do. Now that we've done it, is a shorter work week in the cards?
New York-based director Yuko Torihara hit the pavement with writer Henry Chang to highlight the stories of Asian Americans in her short documentary “Chinatown Beat.”
Plenty of people are still anxious about the effectiveness of the vaccine, as well as any side effects it might have.
The second state of emergency that was issued in Tokyo and three neighboring prefectures in January has been largely ineffective in reducing the number of commuters each day.
Parents are poised to be excluded from official entrance ceremonies as COVID-19 risk still lingers.
Sales of personal toothpaste products have exceeded those targeting families for the first time.
Modern office supplies can now be neatly docketed and arranged inside collapsible carrying cases for work sessions in shared office spaces or in the comfort of a coffee shop.
Working remotely has put the spotlight on managers overstepping their boundaries with staff.