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Tokyo and Osaka Lifestyle: Malene Birger and Flying Tiger Copenhagen from Denmark

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Tokyo and Osaka Lifestyle: Malene Birger and Flying Tiger Copenhagen from Denmark Takeshi Hasegawa and Sarah Deschamps  Modern Tokyo Times Flying Tiger Copenhagen and Malene Birger are providing a touch of Denmark in Japan. Malene Birger is a delightful fashion brand that decided on opening up in Tokyo recently. While Flying Tiger Copenhagen first moved […]

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Women Holding Senior Management Positions: Japan and Russia Highlight the Huge Gap

Women Holding Senior Management Positions: Japan and Russia Highlight the Huge Gap Pierre Leblanc and James Jomo Modern Tokyo Times Another important international business survey paints a rather damning view of the role of women within senior management positions in Japan. The survey carried out by Grant Thornton and which involved 6,000 international businesses, confirms […]

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Tokyo and Osaka fashion: H&M to introduce Monki and Weekday to Japan in the future

Tokyo and Osaka fashion: H&M to introduce Monki and Weekday to Japan in the future Kanako Itamae and Michel Lebon Modern Tokyo Times The fashion company Hennes & Mauritz AB (H&M) is going from strength to strength in Japan. This reality means that H&M will introduce two of their brands to Japan within the near […]

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Anders Behring Breivik: media spin & hypocrisy in the name of Islamic Sharia law

Anders Behring Breivik: media spin and hypocrisy in the name of Islamic Sharia law Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Many individuals and writers who are rather timid in responding to homosexuals being hanged in Iran, amputations in Saudi Arabia for minor crimes, raped women being stoned to death in Somalia and then linking this with […]

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Anders Behring Breivik: Psychological motives behind the killings and Islam?

Anders Behring Breivik: Psychological motives behind the killings and Islam? Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The image of Norway is one of tranquility and a society embedded with liberal and democratic principles.  However, before the recent killing spree by Anders Behring Breivik it was apparent that the changing nature of places like Oslo, Drammen, […]

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