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1. opinion | 22 May 2013
» A nasty week of traffic congestion signals that school has already reopened. Children are busy with books and engaged with their school activities while parents help them choose their classes.
2. lifestyle | 21 May 2013
» Fumiya Saeki's favourite hobby is watching TV. One day in 2011, he saw news reports on the tsunami that hit northeastern Japan. He wanted to help the suffering people. And this-eight-year-old boy's idea of helpin...
3. news | 14 May 2013
» Our bodies undergo dramatic changes as we get older. It can be relatively simple for a woman in her 20s to lose a few kilogrammes. But when she hits her 30s, the weight doesn't come off quite as easily as it used to,...
4. travel | 09 May 2013
» I used to love Saturday mornings. It was the time when they broadcast Japanese cartoons on TV. One of my favourite series was Doraemon, about a 22nd century cat-like robot who travelled back in time to help a little boy ...
5. lifestyle | 04 May 2013
» Almost everywhere in the world, there is a wide variety of places that offer a pleasant stay and memorable experiences. As choices are endless, you may find it hard to decide on somewhere to visit, so that's where 50...
6. news | 30 Apr 2013
» Wanchai used to be a noisy sleeper. His loud snoring not only annoyed his children but also made them worry that he might have an underlying health problem.
7. news | 30 Apr 2013
» It was 2am but Maneeya still tossed and turned. Although she'd had a glass of warm milk and went to bed earlier than normal hoping this would help her get a nice long sleep, the tricks didn't work. And counting s...
8. lifestyle | 27 Apr 2013
» Some exercise is undoubtedly better than none, but if people go beyond moderate amount, it can cause problems.
9. opinion | 17 Apr 2013
» My first visit to Japan a few weeks ago amused and amazed me. We witnessed the splendour of sweet, pink flowering cherry blossoms that cover Tokyo and grab the attention of local people and travellers alike.
10. lifestyle | 17 Apr 2013
» Upon our afternoon arrival at Hello Woods, an experience-based nature learning centre in Chiba province to the east of Tokyo, a feeling of excitement ran through us, reflected in our faces painted with smiles. But a shiv...