What the Paralympics seek from spectators is the rejection of prejudice and the awakening of a sense of social harmony.
In Vietnam then and in Afghanistan now, the United States unilaterally ended its pledge to help defend the government. That’s bad news for Japan and other...
The experience of making a hair donation was indeed meaningful and fun, though I must say I do not look my best in a short hairdo....
While China benefits from leaked technology from Japan, an advisory board in Tokyo won’t let the Ministry of Defense sit in a policy-making science council.
The cycle of lawsuits against Japan seems endless. Perhaps not surprising, given the President’s focus on the distant past, rather than on pressing current concerns.
Kanaya showed us the kogei products he uses in his daily life, explaining that “I believe that more people could newly enter this business.”
"When the Games were postponed, Paralympians were beacons of hope,” said IPC boss Andrew Parsons. “They never stopped pursuing their dreams.”
“Age is just a number,” says Mika Takishima. “My dream is to keep exercising happily and maintain my current body until I am 100 years old.”
Students at a university in Tokyo realize how interdependent we truly are, and the challenges faced by the personalities involved in international politics.
While the local government must wait until after the Paralympics to convert the venues, it has set up 100-plus bed “oxygen stations” for patients at risk...
The Summer Games also exposed various inadequacies in Japanese emergency abilities and distortions in postwar Japanese society.
Despite their different viewpoints, they all acknowledge the uniqueness of holding the Games during the coronavirus pandemic.