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China angered by Japan PM's war shrine offering

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Mysterious, massive heavenly body named 'Himiko' by scientists
Apr. 24, 2009 by Yomiuri

A team of researchers from Japan, Britain and the United States have observed for the first time a mysterious, gigantic heavenly body that existed in the early universe 12.9 billion years ago, using equipment including Japan's Subaru telescope in Hawaii. The heavenly body has been named Himiko after an ancient Japanese queen.



Japan forecasts hotter spring, summer than usual
Apr 23, 2009 by Reuters

Japan will see hotter weather in the next three months than usual, the official forecaster said on Thursday, which could give a boost to power demand and fuel buying in the world's third-biggest oil consumer.

China angered by Japan PM's war shrine offering
Apr 23, 2009 by AFP
China said Thursday it was seriously concerned that Japanese Prime Minister Taro Aso made an offering to a controversial war shrine, and warned the move could harm bilateral ties. The latest flare up over the Yasukuni shrine, which honours Japanese war dead and has long plagued relations between the Asian giants, comes just ahead of Aso's scheduled two-day visit to China next week. (AFP)

Japan aghast over drunk TV star's naked blunder
Apr 23, 2009 by Reuters

Media helicopters hovered overhead and photographers camped out in front of Japan's top talent agency on Thursday after one of television's cleanest-cut stars was arrested for public indecency. Tsuyoshi Kusanagi of the pop group SMAP was found drunk and naked in a public park in Tokyo in the early hours of the morning, his agency said in a statement. He was alone and shrieking at the top of his voice, media reports said. (Reuters)




Japan's 'exam hell' now reaches into preschool
April 23, 2009 by csmonitor.com

It's a quiet afternoon in suburban Tokyo as a well-dressed boy and his mother enter Nikken, a cram school for kindergartners and preschoolers. The mother bows to staff, confirms a pickup time, and drives off in her Mercedes as the boy hunkers down at that most iconic of Japanese institutions: the cram school.






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