Japan

Kyoto deemed to preserve its ancient past as a living reminder to all of Japan’s magnificent cultural legacy. (Image: Vision Times)

Kyoto: A Cultural Expedition

Strolling through this historical city featuring a concentration of the Sui and Tang dynasties, you will feel at one with the ancient souls who once inhabited this great land. When you listen to the ancient stories, you will understand the…

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CCP Virus: A State of Emergency Declared in Japan

The Japanese government has announced a state of emergency in a bid to bring the coronavirus outbreak under control. Some prefectures were already under emergency during the announcement, but the…

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Kyoto: A Cultural Expedition

Strolling through this historical city featuring a concentration of the Sui and Tang dynasties, you will feel at one with the ancient souls who once inhabited this great land. When…

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Japan Keen to Hold Olympics Despite Virus Dangers

The CCP coronavirus pandemic has resulted in the cancellation of several sporting events. The biggest sporting spectacle of the year is undoubtedly the 2020 Tokyo Olympics scheduled to be held in…

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History and Traditions of Japan’s Ainu People

The Ainu are the indigenous people of Japan. According to official data, there are about 25,000 Ainu living in the country. However, some estimate that the population numbers over 200,000.

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Japanese Shrines Vandalized by Pro-China Forces

In many Shinto and Buddhist shrines, you’ll find racks of ema, small wooden boards that are decorated with beautiful illustrations. When people visit these shrines, they write down their wishes…

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Why China Wants the Senkaku Islands So Badly

The Senkaku Islands, located in the East China Sea, are a group of islands administered by Japan. However, ownership of the Islands has always been a topic of conflict between…