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Worked at Raffles' Asian Food
Lives in Nagoya, Japan
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Breaking a long cyber silence here to celebrate Nagoya’s early exit from the “Tsuyu” rainy season with a post on one of my favourite topics – beer. “Happoshu” – a sort of imitation beer which uses low quantities of malt to get a lower tax rate – has been…
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The latest Tweets from Ministry日本 (@japanfax). Faxed instructions for the better Japan!. Tokyo
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Money rules as usual.
Twitter is an amazing set of golden handcuffs for people working in creative fields.
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Because of our intelligence we human beings are uniquely capable not only of creating problems, but of doing so on a large scale. Therefore, it is important that we use our intelligence in constructive ways. That’s what warm-heartedness and concern for others lead us to do.
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A television commentator accused a right-leaning government of increasingly strong-arming the Japanese press to reduce critical coverage.
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House of Annapurna - #Nepal   
Taking the less traveled foot trails on Nepal’s Annapurna Circuit can be immensely rewarding. A trail between Chamje and Tal, now skipped by most in favor of a new—and much easier—road. “But taking the road means missing some of the most spectacular scenery on the entire circuit. The unfolding view of the river, canyon, and lush vegetation keeps beckoning you to climb higher up the trail in order to capture the magnificence of the range’s landscape.

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It’s been quite a while since anything was written here. You probably thought the blog had been abandoned – it happens a lot. Actually this year has been a bit hectic for us with various things, many of them connected with the process of closing down…
It's been quite a while since anything was written here. You probably thought the blog had been abandoned - it happens a lot. Actually this year has been a bit hectic for us with various things, ma...
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Today was the Autumn Festival which was even better - big emphasis on food and drinks, plus handicrafts, artwork, games for kids and some pretty good African-style drum music and dancing. Though to be honest my wife wasn't totally overwhelmed by the quality of the artwork, and the weather could have been better...
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[[A person speaking to the reader.]] Person: Public Service Announcehment: The *right to free speech* means the government can't arrest you for what you say. [[Close-up on person's face.]] Person: It doesn't mean that anyone else has to listen to your bullshit, - or host you while you share it.
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