Tag - paper



Japan Times
JAPAN / Politics
Jun 26, 2013
Japan wary of China forces buildup, North threat: paper
Japan has been vigilant against China's military buildup and North Korea's nuclear and missile threats amid what it considers a worsening security environment, an overview of the Defense Ministry's 2013 white paper said Tuesday.
BUSINESS / Economy
Jun 15, 2013
Energy report skips nuclear phase-out
Japan's annual energy report released Friday barely refers to the fact that the previous government upheld a goal to phase out nuclear power in the 2030s, reflecting the pro-nuclear stance of the current government.
BUSINESS / Companies
Jun 8, 2013
Nippon Paper mulls power plant amid Abe energy push
Nippon Paper Industries Co. Is Considering A Project To Build A Large Power Plant In Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, Which Was Battered By The Tsunami Generated By The 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake.
May 27, 2013
The irresponsible part of the debt-growth row
Stanford economist calls rival economist Paul Krugman's notion that the U.S. can wait 10 to 15 years to start dealing with deficits and debt 'beyond irresponsible.'
May 21, 2013
Window on China's defense policy
China's critics are usually disappointed by its annual white paper on national defense. Beijing's eighth white paper since 1998 is notable for its view of U.S. policy.
Japan Times
Feb 7, 2013
Infectious artwork that spreads ideas
"On Mosquitoes Human and Other Animals" is the work of artist Beatriz Inglessis in collaboration with three other people: philosopher Suzanne McCullagh, education specialist Renee Jackson and gallery curator Shai Ohayon. The latest show at The Container gallery in Nakameguro, it's the result of months of correspondence and conversation between all involved, who meandered through topics as varied as education, cultural politics, disaster relief and the parasitic relationship between disparate organisms.
Japan Times
CULTURE / Art / Japan Pulse
Jun 28, 2012
Today's J-blip: Bang a paper drum
Yumiko Matsui's intricately crafted depictions of life in Japan look great on paper.
Japan Times
CULTURE / Art / Japan Pulse
Aug 25, 2011
Pulp it up: new directions for paper design
Designers realize their ideas by applying creativity to paper.


Yayoi Kusama’s “Pumpkin,” once the victim of high waves that dragged it into the sea, sits at the end of a pier on the south side of Naoshima.
Why is the most exciting art in Japan so hard to get to?