Maeda completes her circumnavigation in Bonanza

When Maeda emerged victoriously from Lucy, the red Model P Bonanza, he waved American and Japanese flags before tearfully hugging his wife, Makiko, and children Tsubasa and Sana. “I’m home,” he said after experiencing the ups and downs of a mission that mentor and fellow traveler Adrian Eichhorn had previously …

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Honda and Mazda, the little-known Japanese brands

By Mustafa Ziraba Japan is the world’s largest automaker and exporter of automobiles and has six of the world’s ten largest automakers. In addition to its massive auto industry, Japan is also home to manufacturers of other types of vehicles, such as powersports makers Kawasaki and Yamaha, and heavy-duty equipment …

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Art becomes a form of protest against the Olympics – WSOC TV

TOKYO – (AP) – Miwako Sakauchi stands in his studio and brushes swirls on torn cardboard and drawing paper, using the five colors designated as symbols of the modern Olympiad. Entitled “Vortex,” his paintings show “the anger, fear, sense of contradiction and state violence” over evicted residents and downed trees …

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Bella Poarch’s Untold Truth

In April 2021, Bella Poarch was one of the famous members of the Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities (AAPI) who Vogue United Kingdom featured in an article on the rise of anti-Asian hate crimes. She spoke about her own experience of racism in school, where she was bullied as …

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