I forgot that yesterday was the last day of June. In addition, I have missed catching up the news in May. So, today I will investigate the subsequent situation of recent news.
Monday, June 29, 2015
Greece to default by the silly referendum
Thursday, June 11, 2015
Issue of Greece and eurozone
As being expected, EU terminated the financial support to Greece at the end of June. And Greece has no more way to pay for the debt from IMF. The situation is extremely chaotic. The referendum in Greece is planned on July 5th.
The Washington Post: Greece fails to make key IMF debt payment
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Methanol intoxication case in India, 84 died
The death counted 103, and nine were arrested due to this incident. It is tragic.
Indian Express: Big Picture – 103 hooch deaths: The next of kin
Monday, June 15, 2015
Middle East Respiratory Syndrome in South Korea
Spreading of MERS in South Korea seemed to be stopped, fortunately. The total number of patients remains 182.
Astro Awani: No MERS infection reported in South Korea for 4 days
Sunday, June 14, 2015
Self Defense Force and Constitution
The ruling Liberal Democratic Party is busy to extinguish the criticism against the interpretation of the Constitution by the government. It seems very few specialists support the stance of the government. The current situation is more serious than I expected.
Thursday, May 21, 2015
UK toward deflation
The UK changed again into inflation soon. It is unclear how will the Greek crisis influence the domestic cost in the UK.
The Telegraph: UK climbs out of deflation as air fares rise
Sunday, May 17, 2015
Ironically, I had to eat another flight meal immediately after writing this entry.
The meal provided by the Aeroflot Airline included Russian brown bread. Tasted not bad.
Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Good bye to my KINDLE Paperwhite
Amazon.co.jp launched a new model of Kindle Paperwhite. It provides a 300dpi high-resolution screen similar to Kindle Voyage, and costs 10,000 JPY cheaper than Voyage. Furthermore, Amazon offered 4,000 JPN discount for Prime users. Why not buy it? Unfortunately, only domestic delivery is available for this item.
Amazon.co.jp: Kindle Paperwhite
Saturday, May 9, 2015
Princess Charlotte and the monkey
Oita-shi published not to change the name of the monkey recently born from Charlotte. It is reported that positive opinion from citizens grew after British Royal Communications commented that they did not concerned.
Asahi Shimbun: [No change of the name of the monkey from Charlotte in Oita-shi] (in Japanese)
There are no media reports after the decision of Oita-shi. It is doubtful they had to discuss this matter involving the British authority.