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Japan Tourism in Stunning Wakayama: Negoro-ji and Buddhism

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Japan Tourism in Stunning Wakayama: Negoro-ji and Buddhism Walter Sebastian and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Wakayama prefecture is a perfect place to visit for tourists who adore culture, architecture, the richness of Buddhism, the indigenous faith of Shintoism, stunning beaches, an amazing castle, and because of multiple other factors. Also, the closeness of […]

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Brazil rebukes the USA over Electronic Espionage at the UN

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Brazil rebukes the USA over Electronic Espionage at the UN Helmet Joachim Schmidt and Walter Sebastian Modern Tokyo Times President Dilma Rousseff of Brazil openly rebuked America over electronic espionage during her speech at the UN General Assembly. Many individuals all over the world will welcome her comments because too many national governments have remained […]

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Negoro-ji in Stunning Wakayama: Buddhism, Culture and Japanese Tourism

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Negoro-ji in Stunning Wakayama: Buddhism, Culture and Japanese Tourism Walter Sebastian and Jay Doggett Modern Tokyo Times Japan is blessed with amazing nature and the historical and cultural reality of this unique nation means that you have so many stunning places to visit. Wakayama prefecture is located in the Kansai region and throughout this part […]

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Libya and another Minister resigns: Gulf and Western failure after meddling

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Libya and another Minister resigns: Gulf and Western failure after meddling Walter Sebastian and Murad Makhmudov Modern Tokyo Times Another cabinet minister in the government of Libya resigned following on from the Deputy Prime Minister of Libya, Awadh al-Barassi, who resigned several weeks ago. This reality is highlighting the fact that while Gulf and major […]

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Japanese Tourism in Kurobe and Wakayama: Beaches, Culture, Religion and Stunning Nature

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Japanese Tourism in Kurobe and Wakayama: Beaches, Culture, Religion and Stunning Nature Sarah Deschamps and Kanako Itamae Modern Tokyo Times The mystery of Japan is best summed up by the stunning nature of this adorable nation which beckons tourists to “another world” where dreams and memories are made. The Shinto faith with its deep roots […]

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South Africa and New Political Party named Agang seeks to Challenge the ANC

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South Africa and New Political Party named Agang seeks to Challenge the ANC Pierre Leblanc and Walter Sebastian Modern Tokyo Times The African National Congress (ANC) continues to dominate the political system in South Africa since the demise of the apartheid system many years ago. Not surprisingly, when any one party dominates the political system […]

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Japan tourism and Kumano: Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes of the Kii Mountain Range

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Japan tourism and Kumano: Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes of the Kii Mountain Range Walter Sebastian and Hiroshi Saito Modern Tokyo Times Wakayama Prefecture (http://www.tb-kumano.jp/en/index.html) is blessed with an extremely stunning landscape. On top of this is the rich cultural history of the region and the religious dimension is unbelievable. In truth, this part of Japan is […]

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France, Germany and Japan all Announce Negative Economic News

France, Germany and Japan all Announce Negative Economic News Walter Sebastian and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Economic data released by France, Germany and Japan all announced negative performances related to the last three months of 2012. This once more underlies the need to restore economic order because the negativity of the current global […]

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Democratic Republic of Congo and Mali: Multinational Forces Supporting Weak States

Democratic Republic of Congo and Mali: Multinational Forces Supporting Weak States Walter Sebastian and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Multinational forces in Mali led by France are currently bombarding Islamist forces in several parts of this country. Meanwhile, the United Nations (UN) is deeply troubled by the M23 rebels in the Democratic Republic of […]

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Smartphone internet revolution shaking up China

Smartphone internet revolution shaking up China Walter Sebastian and Hiroshi Saito Modern Tokyo Times The ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP) will now have to amend aspects of its “Great Firewall of China” policy. This applies to the shifting balance from desktop computers to the usage of mobile phones to obtain information from the internet. It […]

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