2023年10月30日月曜日

Kursus Penyelamatan Manusia AED Kumamoto University 100th Memorial Hall

 
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17-YEAR-OLD HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT ARRESTED FOR ALLEGEDLY SEXUALLY ASSAULTING YOUNG GIRL - TOKYO

17-YEAR-OLD HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT ARRESTED FOR ALLEGEDLY SEXUALLY ASSAULTING YOUNG GIRL - TOKYO

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Police in Tokyo have arrested a 17-year-old male high school student on suspicion of allegedly sexually assaulting an elementary school girl.


Police said the youth is also suspected of being involved in additional sexual assault and camera voyeurism cases, Kyodo News reported.


According to the warrant, the suspect assaulted the girl on a street in Koto Ward on the evening of July 28. The victim was heading home when the 17-year-old approached her from behind and began groping her body. 


Security camera footage from the crime scene showed the suspect assaulting the child for about three minutes.


In addition, police said the suspect’s smartphone contained voyeuristic photos and videos taken at 10 high schools he attended over the last few years. 


The teen is also suspected of sexually assaulting another young girl at a shopping complex in mid-August.

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2023年10月29日日曜日

Sihatkan Tubuh Badan Dan Tingkatkan Stamina Aktif Senantiasa

  
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POLITICIANS BOYCOTT MEETINGS FOR BEING TOLD THEY SHOULD WEAR TIES WHEN THEY DIDN'T HAVE TO - JAPAN

POLITICIANS BOYCOTT MEETINGS FOR BEING TOLD THEY SHOULD WEAR TIES WHEN THEY DIDN'T HAVE TO - JAPAN 

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On September 7, the city council of Kanonji, a town of about 55,000 people in Kagawa Prefecture, was scheduled to convene its first session of the month. However, at the start time of 10 a.m. approached, only nine of the 17 members were present in the meeting chamber, one fewer than the quorum of 10 required to legally start the meeting. One member was in the waiting room, but refused to enter the meeting chamber, while the remaining 7 didn’t even show up to city hall.


The boycott of the day’s proceedings followed the issuing of a resolution of no confidence in city council chairwoman Kazuyo Shinohara, which passed by a vote of 8 to 6 on August 31. “We cannot entrust the council to a chairperson such as [Shinohara],” said council member Takatoshi Okubo, one of those absent, in regards to his voting to pass the no-confidence resolution.


So what’s causing the political schism? Misappropriation of government funds? Rigged election results? Nope, apparently it all stems from Shinohara telling members of the council they didn’t need to wear neckties at meeting during the summer, only to then tell three of them that they should when they showed up tie-less.


▼ Shinohara, tie-less herself, shows up at the 12-second mark of this video from the scheduled September 7 meeting.


Shinohara has been serving as chairwoman since December, and in April told the council that they would be switching to a relaxed dress code for the summer, waiving the normal requirement for men to wear a suit jacket and necktie. This has become an increasingly common policy for offices and government buildings in Japan over the last decade, with the logic that such “cool biz” initiatives are not only more comfortable for those who can go without the stifling formalwear during the hottest, most humid part of the year, but that the no-tie dress code is also good for the environment, as it allows the buildings to run their air conditioners at less powerful and energy-consuming settings.


The Kanonji council’s cool biz dress code was supposed to be in effect from May to October. However, in June, typically the most humid month of the Japanese summer, Shonohara told three members of the council that they should, in fact, wear neckties. “Wouldn’t it be better if you wore a tie?”


Okubo recalls Shinohara saying to him, which he says was equivalent to “being coerced to wear [a tie].” 


“She broke her promise, which is an unforgivable act for the city council chairperson,” says Okubo, who reportedly initially expressed support for Shinohara when she first assumed the position. “The chairperson was pandering to the opinions of certain people outside the council by wanting us to wear neckties.” The resolution asserts that Shinohara has “violated [the council members’] personal freedoms and is not suitable to be chairperson.”


The incident upset Okubo so deeply that he resigned from his position as vice chair of the council. “It was a difficult decision to issue the resolution of no confidence. If the chairperson will not resign, I am prepared to boycott the council sessions, even if I am criticized for the decision.”


Shinohara, though, contests that her necktie-related statements to Okubo and the others were not coercive. “I only suggested that ‘Since the mayor is wearing a necktie and all, wouldn’t it be better for [the council members] to wear one too?’” She described the boycotting members’ actions as “a clear case of power harassment [against me].”


With an insufficient number of members to convene the council meeting on September 7, the morning proceedings were suspended while Shinohara hand-delivered formal request of attendance documents to the council member in the waiting room and to the remaining boycotting members at their homes. According to the council’s bylaws, doing so would allow the afternoon session to be held even if the boycotting members chose not to attend, and so the councilperson who had been in the waiting room joined those in the meeting chamber for the afternoon proceedings.


This month’s council sessions are scheduled to run through September 21. Shinohara apologized to Kanonji’s residents for the disruption to their government’s functions, saying “I sincerely accept that I am a cause of commotion, and feel painfully aware of my responsibility,” adding that she does not believe the boycotting council members will be satisfied with anything less than her resignation, though that is not legally required by the resolution of no confidence and Shinohara has not yet decided to step down.


Meanwhile, when local media conducted sidewalk interviews with local residents, one woman in her 60s said “It’s really a low-level thing [for our politicians to be arguing over], so I’d like them to amicably settle the matter and move on with their work.”

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2023年10月28日土曜日

Kepelbagaian Aktiviti Sepanjang Musim Dingin Negara Jepun 2023

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RETAIN MOTEGI, ASO IN LDP EXECUTIVES RESHUFFLE - KISHIDA

RETAIN MOTEGI, ASO IN LDP EXECUTIVES RESHUFFLE - KISHIDA 

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Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is planning to keep Toshimitsu Motegi as his ruling Liberal Democratic Party's secretary general and Taro Aso as vice president in an expected reshuffle Wednesday of the cabinet and party executives, sources familiar with the matter said Monday.


Whether to retain Motegi, seen as a strong contender to succeed Kishida, has been a focal point in the personnel shuffle ahead of the LDP leadership election in September next year.


Kishida, who is reportedly considering re-election in the LDP leadership race, sees the retention of former Prime Minister Aso and Motegi, both veteran lawmakers heading the second- and third-largest factions, respectively, as essential for ensuring the stable management of his administration, the sources said.


Kishida met with Motegi and several other senior LDP lawmakers and discussed his reshuffle plan after returning from a Group of 20 summit in India earlier in the day.


After speaking with Natsuo Yamaguchi, leader of the junior coalition partner Komeito party, on Tuesday, Kishida will finalize the new cabinet lineup. He will formally appoint four key party executives on Wednesday.


With Kishida keen to have more females in key posts, Yuko Obuchi, who currently heads the LDP's organization and campaign headquarters, may be picked as the chairperson of the election strategy committee.


Currently, there are only two female ministers in the 19-member cabinet -- economic security minister Sanae Takaichi and education minister Keiko Nagaoka.


Hiroshi Moriyama, current head of the election strategy committee, may be appointed as the chief of general council, one of the four key executive posts, the sources said.


The prime minister is also expected to retain LDP policy chief Koichi Hagiuda and give key posts to Chief Cabinet Secretary Hirokazu Matsuno and industry minister Yasutoshi Nishimura, according to the sources.


The personnel overhaul comes amid sluggish approval ratings for Kishida's cabinet, partly due to problems related to the My Number national identification system.

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2023年10月26日木曜日

Lets Do Chemical Engineering Experiment For My Own Research Topic

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TYPHOON WEAKENS INTO TROPICAL DEPRESSION - TOKYO

TYPHOON WEAKENS INTO TROPICAL DEPRESSION - TOKYO

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Typhoon Yun-yeung, which had been expected to make landfall in central Japan, has weakened into a tropical depression, the weather agency said Friday.


The typhoon caused record rainfall in the country's eastern regions, especially in Chiba and Ibaraki prefectures, leading to warnings from the Japan Meteorological Agency about landslides, flooding in low-lying areas and river overflows.


Some railway services were disrupted, with parts of the Tokaido Line, Uchibo Line and Sotobo Line suspended, according to East Japan Railway Co.


A record 371.5 millimeters of precipitation was recorded in the 12 hours to 9 p.m. in Mobara and 249.5 mm in Kamogawa, both in Chiba Prefecture, while another record 255.0 mm was logged in Hitachi, Ibaraki Prefecture.

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2023年10月25日水曜日

Musim Sejok Di Negara Jepun Bermula Oktober 2023

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RUSSIAN MISSILE STRIKE ON UKRAINIAN MARKET KILLS 17 AS BLINKEN ANNOUNCES NEW $1 BIL AID PACKAGE

RUSSIAN MISSILE STRIKE ON UKRAINIAN MARKET KILLS 17 AS BLINKEN ANNOUNCES NEW $1 BIL AID PACKAGE

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A Russian missile tore through an outdoor market in eastern Ukraine on Wednesday, killing 17 people and wounding dozens, as U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken returned to the country with more than $1 billion in new American funding for Ukraine, including military and humanitarian aid.


Blinken’s fourth visit to the country was overshadowed by the strike in the city of Kostiantynivka, near the front line in the Donetsk region, that turned the marketplace into an inferno. It was one of the deadliest bombardments of civilians in the 18-month-old war. In addition to the dead, at least 32 people were wounded.


“Those who know this place are well aware that it is a civilian area,” President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said at a news conference with the Danish prime minister in Kyiv. “There aren’t any military units nearby. The strike was deliberate.”


White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said such brutal Russian attacks underscore "the importance of continuing to support the people of Ukraine.”


Blinken’s visit was aimed at assessing Ukraine’s 3-month-old counteroffensive and signaling continued U.S. support as some Western allies express worries about Kyiv’s slow progress against invading Russian forces.


“We want to make sure that Ukraine has what it needs, not only to succeed in the counteroffensive but has what it needs for the long-term, to make sure that it has a strong deterrent,” Blinken said. “We’re also determined to continue to work with our partners as they build and rebuild a strong economy, strong democracy.”


About $175 million of the total is in the form of weaponry to be provided from Pentagon stockpiles and another $100 million is in the form of grants to allow the Ukrainians to purchase additional arms and equipment, according to the State Department.


In addition to the military assistance, Blinken announced nearly $805 million in non-arms-related aid for Ukraine, including $300 million for law enforcement, $206 million in humanitarian aid, $203 million to combat corruption and $90.5 million for removing mines, the State Department said.


The package also includes a previously announced $5.4 million transfer to Ukraine of frozen Russian oligarch assets.


The aid announced by Blinken comes from money previously approved by Congress. President Joe Biden has requested another $21 billion in military and humanitarian aid for Ukraine for the final months of 2023, but it’s not clear how much — if any — will be approved.


Many Republican lawmakers are wary of providing more aid, and the party’s presidential front-runner, former President Donald Trump, has criticized U.S. financial support. Opinion polls also have shown a decline in support for the war by the American public.


Biden and the Pentagon, however, have said repeatedly they will support Ukraine for as long as it takes. As of Aug. 29, there was approximately $5.75 billion left in the already approved funding for weapons and equipment taken from existing Pentagon stocks.


Blinken was to discuss other issues, including support for Ukraine’s economy, building on his June announcement of $1.3 billion to help Kyiv rebuild, with a focus on modernizing its energy network, which was bombarded by Russia last winter.


Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said U.S. assistance to Ukraine “can’t influence the course of the special military operation” — Moscow’s euphemism for the war.


Blinken arrived in Kyiv for an overnight visit hours after Russia launched a missile attack on the city.


On the train to Kyiv, Blinken met with the Danish prime minister, Mette Frederiksen, who was also on an official visit, and thanked her for Denmark’s leadership in training Ukrainian pilots on F-16s and for promising to donate the fighter jets to Ukraine, according to State Department spokesperson Matthew Miller.


Washington officials said there will be discussions of alternative export routes for Ukrainian grain following Russia’s exit from the Black Sea Grain Initiative and its frequent attacks on port facilities in the Odesa region.


Those alternatives may include new overland routes, or ships hugging coastlines to keep out of international waters where they could be targeted by Russia’s navy.


After arriving in Kyiv, Blinken laid a wreath at the city’s Berkovetske cemetery to commemorate Ukrainian troops killed defending the country.


Blinken told Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba that the U.S. has “seen good progress in the counteroffensive. It’s very heartening.”


In another meeting, Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said Ukraine is grateful the U.S. money is coming in the form of grants, not loans that would drive it into debt.


Overnight, Russia fired cruise missiles at Kyiv in its first aerial attack on the capital since Aug. 30, according to Serhii Popko, the head of Kyiv’s regional military administration. Debris from a downed missile caused a fire and damage but no casualties.


In the Odesa region, one person was killed in a Russian missile and drone attack on the port of Izmail that damaged grain elevators, administrative buildings and agricultural enterprises, authorities said.


The trip was Blinken’s fourth to Ukraine since the war began, including one brief excursion over the Polish-Ukrainian border in March 2022, just a month after the Russian invasion. But it will be the first time America’s top diplomat spends the night in Kyiv since January 2022, before the invasion, in what U.S. officials called another sign of American support.


Blinken’s visit comes after some of Ukraine’s allies have privately expressed concern that Ukrainian troops may fail to reach their objectives.


While the U.S. has been concerned by some day-to-day battlefield setbacks, American officials said, they are still generally encouraged by Ukraine’s handling of the military situation, particularly its air defense capabilities in knocking down Russian drones aimed at Kyiv.


Western analysts and military officials caution that the counteroffensive’s success is far from certain and that it could take years to rid Ukraine of entrenched, powerfully armed and skilled Russian troops.


Both sides will have to assess their supply shortages, with more battles of attrition likely over the winter. A long war could stretch deep into next year and beyond, according to experts.

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2023年10月24日火曜日

Perjuangan Kehidupan Kampus Luar Negara Pada Musim Dingin

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THREAT ON MALAYSIA AIRLINES FLIGHT - AUSTRALIAN POLICE CHARGE MEN OVER BOMB

THREAT ON MALAYSIA AIRLINES FLIGHT - AUSTRALIAN POLICE CHARGE MEN OVER BOMB

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Passengers and crew were evacuated from the plane once it was deemed safe and the man was arrested without incident. He is expected to appear in court on Tuesday.

Police did not specify the nationality of the man though they said he is a resident of Canberra.

Thirty-two domestic flights were cancelled and other domestic flights delayed by up to 90 minutes due to the incident, Sydney Airport said. There were no international flight cancellations.

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2023年10月23日月曜日

Sukan Squash Memang Menghiburkan Diri Ku Serta TIngkatkan Stamina

 
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COURT REJECTS DAMAGES CLAIM BY WOMAN OVER SAME-SEX BENEFITS - JAPAN

COURT REJECTS DAMAGES CLAIM BY WOMAN OVER SAME-SEX BENEFITS - JAPAN

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A Japanese court rejected Monday a damages suit by a woman in a same-sex relationship arguing that the refusal by her former employer the Hokkaido prefectural government and a mutual aid association to provide her with spousal benefits was unconstitutional.


In the lawsuit filed at the Sapporo District Court, Kaoru Sasaki, 54, sought 4.8 million yen, saying the prefectural government and association's refusal of benefits violated the guarantee of equality under the Constitution.


According to the complaint, Sasaki applied for spousal benefits and an increase in special benefits for employees working in cold regions in July 2018 and April 2019 when she was working for the prefectural government, utilizing the Sapporo city government's program recognizing same-sex partnerships.


But the Hokkaido government and the aid association for prefectural employees rejected the applications, saying such benefits are limited to heterosexual couples who are married or are in a de facto marital relationships.


Sasaki, who left work in June 2019 and filed the lawsuit in June 2021, called their response "discrimination based on sexual orientation, which is beyond a person's control."


She says she was entitled to receive the benefits as she was in a de facto marital relationship with her partner.


Same-sex partnerships are not legally recognized in Japan, and LGBT people are not granted the benefits enjoyed by heterosexual couples such as medical visitation rights and the ability to make medical decisions for their partners or co-parenting rights and spousal income tax deductions.

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Materials Science International Congress 2023 (Thailand Songkhla)

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