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Upon your next visit to the 400-year-old Kodaiji temple in Kyoto, Japan, you might encounter a robot priest giving sermons at the Buddhist place of worship, Agence France-Presse reported. Image source: YouTube screenshot But it’s far from a novelty. A human priest, Tensho Goto, told AFP the hope is that the robot will stimulate interest
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North Korea has reportedly tested more missiles in the Sea of Japan. This is the second such test in a week. Here’s what we know According to South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff, the missiles were likely KN-23s. Reuters reported that these types of short-range missiles are designed to fly low and move in a
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National Security Advisor John Bolton, who Iran and Beto O’Rourke paint as the real culprit behind nefarious war-making in Washington, is in the news for another reason this Saturday, and it appears to have caused indigestion in the President. Bolton was speaking to reporters in Japan, where the President is visiting this weekend, when he
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Korean activists aren’t happy with a mural painted outside a Los Angeles public school because they say part of it looks similar to the Japanese imperial flag known for its “rising sun” rays. Image source: KABC-TV video screenshot “It’s in the middle of Koreatown on public school, not private property, and the sun ray thing,
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The Associated Press by Charlie Spiering17 Apr 20180 17 Apr, 201817 Apr, 2018 Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe praised President Donald Trump for his success in getting North Korea to agree to preliminary talks with the United States. “The background of this change is Donald’s unwavering conviction, as well as the determination that you demonstrated
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This morning’s key headlines from GenerationalDynamics.com Japan finds ‘semi-infinite supply’ of rare earth minerals in its territorial waters Japan’s rare earths discovery represents a defeat for China Japan finds ‘semi-infinite supply’ of rare earth minerals in its territorial waters Researchers have found rare earth minerals just 2-4 meters below the seabed, at a depth of
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