With both a father and grandfather who served their country as diplomats, it might seem that Carlos Pere is simply following in the family footsteps. In fact, however, he had spent his entire career in business before embarking upon his first diplomatic assignment as ...
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Banks are sending some non-Japanese customers requests to come into their branch and confirm their identities, which they say is part of a broader strategy to combat crime.
Joy Jarman-Walsh pushes sustainable tourism in her podcasts and YouTube series, and she's optimistic about Japan's role in it.
An announcer and translator at NHK, Nahid Yoshinari is happy to share her Persian culture with people in Japan.
Before the pandemic, being a so-called international citizen was something to be proud of. However, is having family scattered around the world a good thing?
Kazuo Odachi’s memoir about his life as a kamikaze pilot is a poignant reminder of the resilience of humanity in times of adversity.
Thomas Noah Wood is the pseudonym for the American writer Thomas Dillon, whose name may be familiar to readers of The Japan Times. Dillon wrote about daily life in Japan through the lens of international marriage in “When East Marries West,” a column which ...
If time spent at home during COVID-19 made you want to get your own furry friend, here are some points to consider before committing to a new pet.
The humidity is rising and that means there could be mold in the forecast if you don't prepare your home in advance.
Lifelines gets answers from two taxation experts regarding the payments from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act.