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More than 60% of people in 20s, 30s frustrated by life, job

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More than 60% of people in 20s, 30s frustrated by life, job
Jul 18, 2009 by Yomiuri

More than 60 percent of people in their 20s and 30s have become frustrated in their daily lives or jobs in the past month, according to a survey conducted by the Institute of Statistical Mathematics. It marks the first time that the proportion for these age groups topped the 60 percent level since the institute began conducting the survey on Japanese people's national character traits in 1953. (Yomiuri)

Imperial couple wrap up 15-day trip to Canada, Hawaii
Jul 16, 2009 by AP

Japanese Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko returned to Japan on Friday evening following their 15-day visit to Canada and the U.S. state of Hawaii during which they interacted with many people of Japanese descent. The imperial couple arrived at Haneda airport in Tokyo after leaving Kona in Hawaii on Thursday afternoon. (AP)

 


Court says teachers must sing national anthem at school ceremonies
Jul 17, 2009 by Mainichi

A court has dismissed a demand by a group of public school teachers that they have the freedom not to sing the national anthem before the national flag at school ceremonies. The Yokohama District Court on Thursday rejected a demand from 135 teachers and staff at Kanagawa prefectural schools that the prefectural government acknowledge they are not obliged to stand up and sing "Kimigayo" before the "Hinomaru" flag at school entrance and graduation ceremonies -- as ordered by the Kanagawa Prefectural Board of Education. (Mainichi)
Police say 10 climbers die on Japanese mountains
Jul 17, 2009 by Mainichi

Police said Friday 10 climbers have died on two mountains in northern Japan, amid bad weather. Nine died while climbing Mount Tomuraushi on Hokkaido, Japan's main northern island, said Hokkaido police spokesman Masafumi Yamasaki. Another woman died on another mountain on Hokkaido, he said. (Mainichi)



Japan PM looks set to keep job ahead of election
Jul 16, 2009 by Reuters

Japan's unpopular Prime Minister Taro Aso looks set to keep his job and hold an election next month after calls for a ruling party meeting that could have pushed him to quit hit a roadblock, media said on Friday. Aso sparked chaos in the long-ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) party when he announced plans for an August 30 general election on Monday, just a day after the party was trounced by the rival Democratic Party in a Tokyo assembly election. (Reuters)

Japanese women's lifespan longest in the world for 24th straight year
Jul 16, 2009 by AP

Japanese women had the world's longest lifespan for the 24th consecutive year in 2008 with an average life expectancy of 86.05 years, a health ministry report released Thursday showed. Japanese men, along with their female compatriots, saw their average life expectancy reach a record high for the third consecutive year at 79.29 years but fell to fourth in the world from third in 2007. (AP)
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