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Japan

Students on a school outing in Tokyo. (Asia Society)
Teaching English in Japan
Jeni Washeleski talks about her experiences working with teachers as part of the Japan Exchange and Teaching Program (JET). more
Q. What animal loves everybody? A. The mule, or raba. (Rabaa is the Japanese pronunciation of "lover")
What Makes Japanese Laugh?
A funny, anthropological look at Japanese identity through the study and industry of laughter. more
A 1942 image of a Japanese American. Photo: Dorothea Lange/National Archives.
Gallup Polls: Images of the Chinese and Japanese
American attitudes towards the Chinese and Japanese after major international events. more
A sign advertising shaved ice. (*higetiger/flickr)
The Japanese Language
U.S.-Japan trade has spurred a surge in Americans learning Japanese. more
The Yakuza Film
From Ian Buruma, an appreciation of the Japanese gangster genre, still relatively underappreciated in the West. more
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Abe Resigns - Who Will Be the Biggest Losers?
The Asia Society, New York September 4th, 2007
Intelligent Energy: Can Innovation Transform the Way We Find, Produce, Deliver and Use Energy?
CHIFENG, MONGOLIA - Smoke billows from chimneys at the Chifeng Thermal Power Plant on February 23, 2007 in Chifeng, Mongolia. (China Photos/Getty Images)
Can Asia's Growth Be Environmentally Sustainable?
Tokyo, Japan (wili_hybrid/flickr)
17th Asian Corporate Conference
May 16 - 18, 2007, Tokyo, Japan more
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe
Holier Than Thou Politics of Comfort Women Apology
Tokyo and Washington are both in the thick of "comfort women" politics. more