Japanese TV

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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