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Olympics: Japanese Winter Olympic delegation launched
Jan 18, 2010 by AP

The Japanese delegation for the upcoming Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver was officially launched at a ceremony in Tokyo on Monday. Around 90 members of the delegation, which currently comprises 86 athletes and 102 officials for the Feb. 12-28 Games, were present at the ceremony, which was also attended by Prince Akishino and Princess Kiko and Japanese Olympic Committee President Tsunekazu Takeda. (AP)



Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi reiterated to his Japanese counterpart Katsuya Okada on Sunday that Beijing has sovereignty over a disputed gas field it is developing, Foreign Ministry spokesman Ma Zhaoxu said Monday. Okada told Yang during a meeting in Tokyo that Japan will take countermeasures if China begins gas production in the Chunxiao gas field, arguing that Japan will regard such action as a violation of a 2008 agreement to jointly explore gas resources in the East China Sea. (AP)




Japan Airlines bankruptcy filing expected Tuesday
Jan 18, 2010 by AP

Japan Airlines is expected to file for bankruptcy protection Tuesday, ending months-long speculation about its fate and launching a massive overhaul to shed the fat and inefficiency that hobbled Asia's biggest airline. With debts of 1.5 trillion yen ($16.5 billion) as of November, the carrier will go down in Japanese corporate history as one of its biggest failures. Despite its woes, the airline's access to Asia is a prized asset for foreign airlines. Delta Air Lines Inc. is trying to lure Japan Airlines from its alliance with American Airlines. (AP)

Quiet please! Noise irks Japan's commuters the most
Jan 15, 2010 by Reuters

Taking the train in Japan and want to avoid annoying fellow passengers? Keep conversation to a whisper, turn down your iPod and put your cellphone on vibration mode, a recent survey by the railway association showed. Many foreigners who ride on Japan's vast network of subways and commuter trains complain about the pushing and shoving that accompanies getting into the train and the reluctance to give up seats for senior citizens and pregnant women. (Reuters)


Sushi-loving Japan fears push for tuna export ban
Jan 15, 2010 by AP

Seafood-loving Japan - having faced years of international pressure to stop whaling - finds itself with a potentially bigger fight over a highly prized type of tuna that conservation groups say is being fished to extinction. A proposal to ban the export of Atlantic bluefin tuna - vaunted for its succulent red and pink meat - could slash supplies and drive up prices in Japan, the world's biggest consumer and importer of the fish. (AP)


Unified college entrance exams begin across Japan amid flu alert
Jan 15, 2010 by AP

More than 550,0000 applicants braved the mid-winter cold to take unified college entrance examinations across Japan on Saturday as the two-day event began at 725 venues put on high influenza alert. Masks and hand-washing gels greeted many of the applicants tackling civics, geography and history, the Japanese language and foreign languages before science and mathematics complete the schedule Sunday. A record 811 universities and colleges are taking part in the exam. (AP)
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