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I was at this park about seven to eight years ago. It was indeed very beautiful.
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I was in love with her when I was young but it was a one-sided crush.
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Oh Wayne, you too! I really hope she is still active. +Wayne Day Doyle 
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I received an email message personally from MOTEKI Hiromichi, Secretary General for KASE Hideaki, Chairman, Society for the Dissemination of Historical Fact just a little while ago. 

He requested that I should spread his message to as many people as possible in the world. The following is the content of his message. 

I hope that the members of this community help spreading his message to your friends.

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A REBUTTAL TO CHINA’S FRAUDULENT CLAIMS ON THE SENKAKU ISLANDS
Professor Shimojo Masao, Takushoku University
On December 30, 2014, the PRC’s State Oceanic Administration launched a website entitled “Diaoyu Dao: The Inherent Territory of China.” The site is China’s platform for its claims on the Senkaku Islands, which the Chinese call “Diaoyu Dao and its affiliated islands”.
However, the historical perception and the State Oceanic Administration’s website are utterly flawed, which maintain that the Senkaku Islands are an integral part of China, and that they are islands affiliated with Taiwan. The creators of the website do not offer any evidence supporting these claims.
   The mere appearance of the so-called Daioyu Dao in a written work is not definitive proof that the Senkaku Islands were Chinese territory several hundred years before Japan discovered them. To prove that the islands were under Chinese jurisdiction at that time, the Chinese must establish that Taiwan was an integral part of Ming China in official regional topographical works like Comprehensive Gazetteer of the Ming Dynasty or official histories such as History of the Ming Dynasty. These classic works, however, do not at all support the ludicrous contentions of the PRC.
   It was the Qing Dynasty that incorporated Taiwan, but official documents, such as the Comprehensive Gazetteer of the Great Qing Real, show that the Senkaku Islands were never a part of Taiwan. Thus, the very basis of the Chinese claim that the Senkaku Islands belonged to Qing China is completely shattered. 
   The current article verifies the facts based on key Chinese historical documents.
 
  Full text:  http://www.sdh-fact.com/CL/SENKAKU-Shimojo.pdf
Author profile:  http://www.sdh-fact.com/auther/shimojo-masao  
Questions are welcome.
 
MOTEKI Hiromichi, Secretary General
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for KASE Hideaki, Chairman
Society for the Dissemination of Historical Fact
URL http://www.sdh-fact.com
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This is very good docs for me to learn more about some important issues in English. Thank you for sharing.
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Oh boy, I am addicted to your singing, Yasmin.
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How are you doing with your own songs? I still have ideas like the IMTFE and Iwane Matsui's campaign in Nanking.
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She understand the lyrics. Wow, she is a genius.
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I think I was in Singapore when I came across this music. I was so much moved by the way Suzi sang the song.
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+bandit2007jp It was released in 1978. I often hummed this song. 
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I often listen to this music when I am down. This music can revive my soul.
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It relaxes me and help me improve my sanity.
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Obrigado, Yasmin!
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Healing ... yes, her singing heals my soul.
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Helping people with understanding who and what they are
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To make people smile
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  • Futen no Tora
    Vagabond a.k.a. Futen-no-Bill, 1951 - present
    I have been travelling to many places on the globe, trying to find out the meaning of life.
  • Buddha
    Apprentice, 1951 - present
    To practice what Buddha teaches me
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Futen-no-Bill, Cross-cultural business management consultant, Master of ceremony, Talk show entertainer, International political commentator, Apprentice of Buddha, Vagabond questing for the meaning of life
Introduction

William ("Bill") provides cross-cultural business advice, coaching, consulting and training to native and nonnative English speaking business people. Training includes "Effective Presentation to Japanese Business People", "Cross-cultural Communication with Japanese Business People" and "Win-win Negotiation with Japanese Business People". On the other hand, he provides cross-cultural training to Japanese business people who are engaged in cross-border business.

Many attendees to Bill's seminars and training sessions enjoy his entertainer-like performance. He learned this method from an American professional trainer in Boston Massachusetts in 1990 when he received sales management train-the-trainer training from a fortune 500 company. The trainer said to Bill, "Sales is a show where a salesman is an entertainer", which in fact was said by Ed McMahon, the greatest talk show entertainer in the US. Thanks to this exciting experience, he has become an entertainer cum trainer. 

All programs that Bill produces are based on his empirical, down-to-earth, practical international business experiences for more than 30 years. He has analyzed such experiences and elicited important elements existing in actual cross-cultural business transactions.

They are utilized in the programs that Bill has made by himself. One of the strongest features is that his programs are not created from armchair theories but practical and actual business experiences of his own through mingling and struggling with a variety of business people in the world. Therefore, the benefits that the attendees can get from Bill's training are "effective, practical and useful solutions", which can be immediately applied to the business in relation to Japanese business people. 

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Fluent in English and Japanese plus conversational Indonesian
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some place in the universe
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Sasebo, Japan - Fukuoka, Japan - Tokyo, Japan - Sibolga, Sumatra, Indonesia - Tabuyon, Sumatra, Indonesia - San Francisco, Calfornia - Boston, Massacheussetts - Dallas, Texas - New Malden, England - Munich, Germany - Singapore
Two years ago I visited Cafe Marron often before or after I went to the office of fun-works Co., Ltd. which was located near this cafe. At the office of fun-works, I taught business English to Japanese business people. Yesterday, I visited the cafe for the first time in two years, remembering the days when I used to come to the cafe.
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