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Biden chooses Caroline Kennedy and Michelle Kwan as ambassadors – WSB-TV Channel 2

WASHINGTON – (AP) – President Joe Biden on Wednesday announced he was appointing Caroline Kennedy, the daughter of President John F. Kennedy who served as Ambassador to Japan during the Obama administration, to serve as Ambassador to Australia and Michelle Kwan , the famous American Olympic figure skater, to serve …

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Asian stocks mostly fell after tech-led Wall Steet retirement – WSOC TV

BANGKOK – (AP) – Stocks were mostly down in Asia on Tuesday after Wall Street pulled back from recent record highs amid weakness in tech stocks. Hong Kong’s benchmark slipped amid lingering concerns about real estate developers. Tokyo, Seoul and Shanghai also fell. Shares of Shanghai-based Shimao Group Holdings fell …

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On this History Day – December 12 – Almanac

1/4 Supporters of George W. Bush and Al Gore express their views on the Florida recount at the United States Supreme Court in Washington, DC on December 11, 2000. On December 12, 2000, the Supreme Court ruled against a a manual recount in Florida, in effect, ensuring that Republican Gov. …

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Japan has a roller coaster ride on climate change

KARACHIMA YUKARI is in front of a color-coded map. She points to houses that were inundated by flooding in Saga prefecture in August, for the second time in two years. Ms Karashima, who works at the Peace Boat Disaster Relief Volunteer Center, a non-profit organization, spends a lot of time …

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Best TV Episodes of 2021 – “Succession”, “Midnight Mass”, More

“Succession,” “Only Murders in the Building,” “Midnight Mass” and more are IndieWire’s picks for the best episodes of the year. Television is a great medium because it can seduce you for one scene, one episode, one season or one series at a time. Adding all of these pieces together often …

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Japan to reduce vaccination gap for booster injections “to the extent possible”

Japan will reduce the current eight-month vaccination interval between the second and third COVID-19 vaccine injections, following growing fear of Omicron. Japan to condense current eight-month gap between second and third dose “to the extent possible” to curb the spread of the outbreak of COVID-19 variant cases – Omicron in …

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TV Tonight: What Clark Kent and Lois Lane Did Next | TV & radio

Superman and Lois 5:40 p.m., BBC One In the first five minutes of this 15-part reboot, Clark Kent (Tyler Hoechlin) recalls everything from crash landing in Smallville to raising two teenage sons with his wife. the world’s most famous “Lois Lane (Elizabeth Tulloch). From there, we follow the Kents as …

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New on Netflix this month (December 2021)

We’re finally in the last month of the year, and it’s time for us to sit back and relax. You deserve to take some R&R and watch the latest shows on Netflix. We’re here to help, too, so check out what’s new on Netflix this December. Take your pick, sit …

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Whittier’s Oceanic Arts, the delight of Tiki enthusiasts around the world, closes its doors – Daily Breeze

Since 1956, LeRoy Schmaltz and Bob Van Oosting have been sculpting and selling tiki and Polynesian inspired artwork and sets to restaurants, hotels and movie studios, especially Disney. But those days are drawing to a close. They are closing their Whittier-based business, Oceanic Arts, located at 12414 Whittier Blvd., declaring …

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Japanese event gives new life to cardboard boxes like giant Gundam statues, cosplay outfits

AOMORI – Battle robots from the anime “Mobile Suit Gundam” towered over visitors and kaiju monsters from the Japanese sci-fi TV series “Ultraman” took over the halls of the Aomori Tourist Information Center ( ASPAM) here on November 28 for the establishment’s fourth annual event dedicated to all-cardboard creations. The …

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Olympic favorite Kamila Valiyeva breaks her own figure skating record

In 2014, a 7-year-old ballet dancer and figure skater named Kamila Valiyeva got his first glimpse of the Olympics. She watched on television as a Russian compatriot Yulia Lipnitskaya, then 15, captivated the Iceberg Skating Palace in Sochi, skating as the girl in the red coat to the music of …

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Who is Ronin? Clint Barton’s vigilante past, explained

Hawk Eye is ready to show a new side of Clint Barton, and that includes unearthing his past. As the new Marvel series follows Clint’s journey through the traumatic events of Avengers: Endgame, he also resurrects an unexpected figure from that movie: Ronin. Warning! Spoilers ahead for Hawkeye Episodes 1 …

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Paul Thomas Anderson on “Licorice Pizza” and the Age Difference

Maybe Paul Thomas Anderson brought the fog with him. The 51-year-old director had just returned from a trip to London, where his latest film, “Phantom Thread,” was set, and now the skies over his native San Fernando valley were choked with dark clouds and threatening. “I like it that way,” …

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Are Ireland vs Argentina on TV? Kick-off time and how to watch the rugby test match online today

Ireland are back after a sensational victory over New Zealand with Argentina the next challenge in Dublin. The All Blacks were stunned by Andy Farrell’s men, who delivered an unprecedented performance to knock down their illustrious 29-20 opponents at Aviva Stadium. Now the Pumas hope to use any descent from …

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Netflix’s ‘Cowboy Bebop’: How This Version Deviates From The Anime

“It’s ‘Cowboy Bebop’, let’s not talk about it.” It was the guiding mantra of showrunner and executive producer André Nemec and the cast and crew of Netflix’s live-action adaptation of the beloved animated series, which hit the streamer on Friday. Set in the not-so-distant future after humans had to colonize …

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First look at what’s coming to Netflix Australia in December 2021

It will be another busy month for Netflix Originals and great new licensed content for Netflix Australia subscribers. Below, we’ll be keeping track of every movie and TV show coming to Netflix Australia in December 2021. We also keep track of all movies and TV shows leaving Netflix Australia as …

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Japan distances itself from report its envoy helped free US journalist

Frontier Myanmar online magazine editor-in-chief American journalist Danny Fenster is pictured in an unknown location in this undated photo made available to Reuters on November 12, 2021. Frontier Myanmar / Handout via REUTERS TOKYO, Nov.16 (Reuters) – Japan on Tuesday distanced itself from a visit to Myanmar by its special …

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Yashahime Season 2 English Dub Coming to Multiple Streaming Services

Yashahime’s English dub: Princess Half-Demon Season 2 debuts on Funimation, Crunchyroll and Hulu. Like season 1 before it, season 2 of Yashahime: Half-Demon Princess officially premiered in English on Funimation, Crunchyroll and Hulu. On Twitter, Head of Viz Media Yashahime Account announced that the English dub of Yashahime: Half-Demon Princess …

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Princess Mako of Japan marries commoner after years of controversy

TOKYO (Kyodo) – Princess Mako of Japan married her commoner boyfriend Kei Komuro on Tuesday, the Imperial Household Agency reported, after years of controversy over a financial dispute involving her mother that drove the couple to renounce the traditional ceremonies associated with a royal wedding. The agency submitted legal documents …

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‘Dune’, ‘Invasion’ and an Elton John album

Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press entertainment reporters on what’s coming to TV, streaming services and music platforms this week. MOVIES – Denis Villeneuve’s dark and majestic adaptation of Frank Herbert’s cult 1965 sci-fi novel “Dune,” with its large-scale architecture and thunderous sound blasts, would certainly be best …

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Yooma Wellness Acquires Japanese Wellness Company to

TORONTO, Oct. 04, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Yooma Wellness Inc. (“Yooma“) (CSE: YOOM, AQSE: YOOM), a Toronto-based, vertically integrated global wellness platform that develops and markets a portfolio of wellness brands, today announced that it has completed the acquisition of Tokyo-based Vertex Co., Ltd. (“Mountain peak“). The transaction is valued …

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Best anime anthologies to watch

With the release of Star Wars: Visions, an interest in anime anthologies is sure to be generated. The scope is very wide when it comes to anime anthology movies and series, as they incorporate themes from science fiction, horror and local Japanese folklore. Apart from some American productions like Love, …

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China steps up repression against youth “decadence”

Boot camp-style TV shows inspired by Japanese and Korean pop culture and celebrity gossip have mushroomed in China over the past decade JADE GAO AFP / File BEIJING: From reality TV to online games and even pop fandom, Chinese leaders have launched a crackdown on youth culture in what experts …

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Demon Slayer anime confirms season 2 release date

Earlier this year, we found out that the Demon Slayer sequel was in pre-production. Now, we finally have a confirmed Japanese release date: December 5, 2021, according to the official social media of the animated series Demon Slayer. The second season of Kimetsu No Yaiba, or Demon Slayer, will follow …

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Takaichi claims independence from the media

At Sanae Takaichi’s press conference announcing her candidacy for President of the Liberal Democratic Party on September 8, Takako Zenba of TBS asked her about remarks she had made in the past, calling some poor people act to get money from the state. Takaichi explained her thoughts on helping the …

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Visions’ with a Japanese dub

Separated from the canon of the original films and subsequent spinoffs, Visions is a Japanese anime anthology series that tells different and original stories set in alternate versions of the Star wars universe. The series began airing on September 22, 2021, and each episode is currently available to watch. How …

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Biden to host World Leaders Climate Forum

WASHINGTON – President Biden announced on Friday that the United States and Europe have pledged to work to reduce global methane emissions by a third over the next decade and urged other countries to join their efforts to combat a powerful greenhouse gas that warms the planet. In a virtual …

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10 cutest TV and movie characters based on terrifying creatures

Movies and TV shows take inspiration from the realm of mythology to create their fantastic creatures, such as unicorns and werewolves in the Harry potter franchise. However, there is also a lot of real-world inspiration, with ferocious animals such as sharks and snakes providing interesting character designs for various films. …

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What makes a funny joke? Only time can really tell.

In 1998, a young comedian named Kentaro Kobayashi was building a career that has led over the years through films, novels, manga and cartoons until his appointment as Director of the Opening Ceremony of the Games. Tokyo Olympics. Interestingly, in his novice phase he was drawn to the Holocaust as …

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Power Rangers Project Nomad was almost a cool open-world game

Picture: Jason bischoff Jason Bischoff, former director of Saban and currently in charge of global licensing at Funko, recently shared some fascinating information about a Power rangers concept of video game that never took off known as Nomad Project. “I had hoped [develop] an ambitious open-world cooperative [game] who captured …

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Best race ever? Warholm wins record hurdle race

TOKYO (AP) – When the fiery Norwegian hurdler Karsten Warholm led the field to the start line on a scorching afternoon at the Olympic Stadium, he and his seven opponents had every reason to expect that ‘they are part of something special. It turned out to be more than that. …

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Toyota withdraws Olympic ads from Japanese television

The move comes on top of growing resentment against the Summer Games. Auto maker Toyota will not broadcast any Olympic Games-themed commercials on Japanese television. The news comes days before the kick-off of the world sporting event on July 23, 2021 in Tokyo. Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda and other executives …

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