Sunday, November 30, 2014

Sequels in November 2014

November 26, 2014
Sankei lawsuit in Korea

The first trial session held on Nov. 27. The defendant claimed to be innocent. The Seoul Foreign Correspondents' Club was expressing concern that the indictment could adversely affect on the country's media. The next court date will be Dec. 15.

The Washington Post: Japan’s reporter pleads innocent in S. Korea trial


November 18, 2014
Mikan, a gunslinger exercise of English

I completed 3,000 words as training for TOEFL in Mikan. It is easy and exciting to exercise it every day. To be honest, however, it includes several bugs. I hope they will be fixed soon.


November 18, 2014
Federer and Hanyu, respective attitudes to sport

Hanyu participated in NHK Trophy, returning from injury. I am glad to know his safety.

Mainichi: Figure Skating: Hanyu shaky in return from injury at NHK Trophy

November 13, 2014
Consumption tax election by Abe is absurd

Abe resolved the House of Representatives, as some rumors proceeded. The general election will be held on Dec. 14th. Opposite parties seem not to be ready to fight with ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP). LDP will lose some seats, nonetheless will remain administrative.

November 8, 2014
Poppies beside Tower of London

A part of displayed poppies were continued to be exhibited for two weeks, accepting many requests. I am a little surprised to this decision.

The Guardian: Poppy memorial designer’s delight at extension for Tower of London display

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