In Episode 7 of Guerrilla Journalism, we speak to Penny Abernathy, professor at the University of North Carolina, about the concept and consequences of “news deserts” in the United States.
On December 20, Japanese patrol planes had a tense encounter with South Korean warships. Tokyo claimed that the warships locked their fire control radar on the planes.
Belly dancers may not be something that most people associate with Tokyo, but some young Japanese women are ardent students of the art.
A roundup of the most significant news stories from Japan reported on December 24, 2018.
Something strange is afoot at the Embassy of Egypt in Tokyo. Ambassador Ayman Kamel addresses young people from western Japan.
Due to agreements made between Japan and the United States at the end of World War II, the US military controls the majority of the airspace over Tokyo.
Japan is facing the disastrous impact of climate change. Shingetsu News Agency spoke with representatives from the World Wildlife Fund and the Asian institute of Management about the threat of global warming.
A roundup of the most significant news stories from Japan reported on December 19, 2018.
Two Buddhist priests in Kyoto have established a company, Tera Energy, with the objective of combating climate change by selling renewable energy to temples and followers.
The Japan Times served for decades as the leading newspaper for the nation’s foreign community, but now it has been taken over by rightwing elements close to the Abe regime.