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Asia's first periodic table entry named after Japan

Asia's first periodic table entry named after Japan

(CNN)Names stick for life. Get them wrong and your kids are likely in for a lifetime of hardships. Luckily, that principle doesn't apply to elements of the periodic table. 'Nihonium (Nh),' Moscovium (Mc), Oganesson (Og) and Tennessine (Ts) are ... CNN, 1 day ago

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Japan Times, 8 months ago
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0:36 Sponsored Content Caught on video: Massive sinkhole swallows a street in Japan

November 8th, 2016 Video shows a massive sinkhole opening up on a street in Japan. Luckily, no one was injured, but the sinkhole swallowed a five-lane street along with sidewalks and street lights, all tumbling nearly 50 feet below
 Today.com3 weeks ago Giant sinkhole swallows Japanese city street  World News Australia3 weeks ago Artist creates salty portraits of Clinton and Trump  New York Post3 weeks ago This dog is your Election Day spirit animal  New York Post3 weeks ago

[Weekender] Hangeul calligraphy goes mainstream

There was a time when Chinese character calligraphers criticized Hangeul calligraphy for being too unsophisticated. Luckily, a few calligraphers ignored the comments and mastered their craft in Hangeul, the Korean alphabet. Looking back, they ...
 Korea Herald1 day ago

'I would rather live in poverty with my husband than stay with his parents'

"Dear Troubleshooter" is a relationship advice column that appears in The Japan News, a publication that is part of the Asia News Network. We retrieved this article via AsiaOne . Dear Troubleshooter, I'm a homemaker in my late 40s. My in-laws, ... days ago
Japan Times

Missing Japanese cellphone found in Indonesia leads to unlikely friendship

JAKARTA Syahri Rochmat is a 24-year-old railway worker living in Depok, in the suburbs of Jakarta. Shota Noda is a 21-year-old student studying in Yokohama, Japan, about 5,800 km away. Rochmat and Noda did not know each other, but a missing ...
 Japan Times1 week ago

B.C. family rattled by Japan quake during Tokyo visit

Many remember the 2011 Japan natural disaster because of the massive death toll, as well as how it moved the Japanese Coastline 8 feet, shortened the earth day by one millionth of a second, and shifted the Earth's axis by 6.5 inches. At least 50 ...
 Equilibrio Informativo6 days ago Quake in Northeastern Japan Brings Back Memories of 2011  ABC News1 week ago

Japanese quakes highlight danger of new catastrophe

Two earthquakes off Japan's northwest coast this week—Tuesday's 7.4-magnitude shock and Thursday's 6.1-magnitude tremor nearby—triggered tsunami fears and injured some 20 people. Fortunately, they were much less devastating than the massive ...
 World Socialist Web Site1 week ago Japan hit by 7.4 magnitude earthquake; It set off tsunami near nuclear plants damaged in the 2011 tremblor  Yibada1 week ago Was Japan's 6.9M Earthquake Linked To The 2011 Megathrust Disaster?  IFLScience1 week ago Massive 6.9 magnitude earthquake shakes Japans Fukushima region  EnvironmentGuru.com1 week ago

The true cost of being an idiot overseas

We are the most prolific rule-breakers on the slopes of Japan, for example. According to a report by travel insurer World2Cover, 89 per cent of search and recovery efforts on Japanese ski fields involve Australian citizens — at a cost of up to ...
 Herald Sun2 weeks ago

Kuriyama says big comeback by Fighters a catalyst for future

When the Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters were trailing the two-time Japan Series champion Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks by 11 games in the Pacific League in late June, almost no one expected them to end up as league champions, let alone Japan Series ...
 Japan Times2 weeks ago

Suzuki sends Japan to victory with 10th-inning grand slam

For the second straight night, a hit by Shohei Otani led to a six-run inning that helped Japan erase a large deficit. As was also the case the first time, Japan and the Netherlands took things into extra innings, where the tiebreaker rule used at ...
 Japan Times2 weeks ago
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