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Japan: It's faketastic

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Japan: It's faketastic 
Global Post - May 27, 2010

TOKYO, Japan — On a recent Saturday afternoon at a fake European village in Tokyo, a group of Japanese women with fake eyelashes sipped cappuccinos at a fake French cafe and watched a real wedding.

A Japanese couple in Western wedding clothes was getting married in a fake, vaguely European-looking chapel by a Caucasian priest. A fake one, of course. ...
Unfinished sex doll heads are pictured at Orient Industry (Unfinished sex doll heads are pictured at Orient Industry's factory in Tokyo, May 23, 2007.
Orient Industry makes sex dolls to order with a variety of bodies, faces and hairstyles.)

Okinawa: The U.S. Marine base stays 
Global Post - May 24, 2010

TOKYO, Japan — In a decision some here have likened to signing a political suicide note, Japan’s prime minister, Yukio Hatoyama, has been forced to apologize to the people of Okinawa after reneging on a promise to relocate a controversial U.S. Marine base off the island.

Hatoyama cited mounting tensions on the Korean peninsula as the main factor in his decision to retain a 2006 agreement to shift Futenma, a sprawling airbase located in the crowded city of Ginowan, to a remote location farther north near the town of Nago. ...

Debt crisis: In Japan, Greece is the word
Global Post - May 21, 2010

TOKYO, Japan — The ongoing crisis in Greece has focused global attention on sovereign debt, with many eyes inevitably drawn to Japan, the public finances of which — at least on paper — make those of Athens look almost healthy.

Sovereign debt now amounts to about 200 percent of Japan's GDP, while the figure for Greece is 115 percent. A report released by Switzerland's IMD business school on Wednesday estimates it will take Japan until 2084 to bring its debt down to a manageable 60 percent of GDP level; Greece will need until 2031, and the U.S. until 2033.

Temp Nation: A political solution?
Global Post - May 18, 2010

What are Japanese politicians doing about the wrenching economic changes? Not much, workers say.

Temp Nation: The foreign effect
Global Post - May 18, 2010

Not all of Japan's "dispatch" workers are Japanese. Teacher Andrew Sekeres, for one, grew up in Chicago.

By J.S. on June 2, 2010
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