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Autor:  Norek [ niedziela, 20 stycznia 2008, 10:41 ]
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'Japan's Schindler' honored by Poland's president

The late Japanese diplomat known as "Japan's Schindler," Chiune Sugihara, was awarded a decoration by the president of Poland for his efforts to issue visas to Jewish people who tried to escape from Nazi persecution during World War II.
Read more here:
http://mdn.mainichi.jp/national/news/20 ... 7000c.html

Autor:  Norek [ niedziela, 30 marca 2008, 12:00 ]
Tytuł:  Re: Japan - news in English

Historic 91-year-old anime discovered in Osaka
OSAKA -- Footage of an animation film dating back to the Taisho Period (1912-1926) has been discovered here, and has been confirmed as the oldest existing example of Japanese animation ever produced.
You can read the whole thing here:
http://mdn.mainichi.jp/national/news/20 ... 9000c.html
And here you can see the animaton itself (and comments - Japanese only):

Autor:  Norek [ niedziela, 11 maja 2008, 09:04 ]
Tytuł:  Re: Japan - news in English

Hi-tech tombstones in Japan let mourners link to images, videos of deceased
KOFU -- A gravestone manufacturer here is helping bereaved families remember their loved ones with a touch of technology -- mobile phone QR codes on tombstones that link to photographs and video clips of the deceased.
Here's the article: http://mdn.mainichi.jp/national/news/20 ... 1000c.html

Autor:  noel [ niedziela, 8 czerwca 2008, 13:31 ]
Tytuł:  Re: Japan - news in English

Recognition at last for Japan's Ainu
Japan's parliament is to adopt a resolution that, for the first time, formally recognises the Ainu as "an indigenous people with a distinct language, religion and culture". In a nation that has always preferred to perceive itself as ethnically homogenous, it is a highly significant move.

noel ;)

Autor:  Norek [ środa, 30 lipca 2008, 17:46 ]
Tytuł:  Re: Japan - news in English

Number of foreign students who found work in Japan after graduating tops 10,000
The number of foreign students who found jobs in Japan after graduating from Japanese universities or junior colleges surpassed 10,000 in 2007 -- for the first time in history, the Justice Ministry said.

Read more here:
http://mdn.mainichi.jp/national/news/20 ... 1000c.html

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