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The Singapore Airlines Tokyo office serves as a major hub for the airline's operations in Japan, including ticketing, bookings, and customer service. Situated in the central region of Tokyo, the office is manned by a committed crew that guarantees seamless travel encounters. In addition, it collaborates with travel agencies, manages corporate accounts, and helps regional marketing campaigns. visit Us: https://www.globalairlinesoffice.com/singapore-airlines/singapore-airlines-tokyo-office/

Good Day from Kamakura, Japan! 🇯🇵 A Busy Week in the Garden!
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Harvesting Cucumbers, transplanting Jalapeños, and watch the garden grow. It's a great time of year. Happy Father's Day everyone! "A garden is a grand teacher. It teaches patience and careful watchfulness; it teaches industry and thrift; above all it teaches entire trust." Gertrude Jekyll

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Dr. Murakami interviewed by Mike Adams, covering self-replicating vaccines being deployed in Japan - JAPANESE SUBTITLED


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05/13/2024

On this episode of Direct Impact, Rick Sanchez discusses recent comments by US President Joe Biden that India, Japan, and other nations are quote “xenophobic.” Correspondent Manila Chan joins Rick to discuss what geopolitical and economic repercussions could result from the president’s most recent comments. Rick and Manila also discuss US senators threatening the International Criminal Court if any nation attempts to prosecute Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for war crimes. The two also discuss Russia’s upcoming Victory Day Parade and strange reactions in Germany, Christian persecution in Gaza, and the odd return of a former US Congressman. Then Rick is joined by Asia-Pacific expert Sourabh Gupta to discuss US-India relations.

06/24/2023

On this episode of The M.O., host Manila Chan discusses the growing turmoil in the Pacific, including the de facto Cold War taking place in the South China Sea. Manila speaks to Dr. Ken Hammond about the prospect of a conflict between the U.S. and China in the Pacific and what can be done to simmer tensions.

06/22/2023

On this episode of The M.O., host Manila Chan dives into the hot topic of the re-militarization of Japan. Manila sits down with author James Bradley to discuss Japanese history after World War II and the subsequent move by Tokyo to boost their military budget in the face of a perceived Chinese and North Korean threat.

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05/13/2024

On this episode of Direct Impact, Rick Sanchez discusses recent comments by US President Joe Biden that India, Japan, and other nations are quote “xenophobic.” Correspondent Manila Chan joins Rick to discuss what geopolitical and economic repercussions could result from the president’s most recent comments. Rick and Manila also discuss US senators threatening the International Criminal Court if any nation attempts to prosecute Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for war crimes. The two also discuss Russia’s upcoming Victory Day Parade and strange reactions in Germany, Christian persecution in Gaza, and the odd return of a former US Congressman. Then Rick is joined by Asia-Pacific expert Sourabh Gupta to discuss US-India relations.

06/24/2023

On this episode of The M.O., host Manila Chan discusses the growing turmoil in the Pacific, including the de facto Cold War taking place in the South China Sea. Manila speaks to Dr. Ken Hammond about the prospect of a conflict between the U.S. and China in the Pacific and what can be done to simmer tensions.

06/22/2023

On this episode of The M.O., host Manila Chan dives into the hot topic of the re-militarization of Japan. Manila sits down with author James Bradley to discuss Japanese history after World War II and the subsequent move by Tokyo to boost their military budget in the face of a perceived Chinese and North Korean threat.

On this episode of the Cost of Everything we take a closer look at trains and what it costs to run efficient public transportation. Is there a reason high-speed rail seems to be spreading everywhere except the United States? And which countries rely on trains the most for cargo transportation? Host Christy Ai compares how the train infrastructure differs in the West and the East with award winning author Christian Wolmar.

On this episode of The Cost of Everything we take a closer look at the devastating cost of earthquakes to countries and people. Host Christy Ai discusses why earthquakes in some countries inflict a higher human and economic toll than in others and what governments are doing to avoid costly catastrophes such as the recent earthquake in Türkiye. Christy sits down with Deepansh Kathuria, a principal at Miyamoto International.

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19 hrs ago

The Singapore Airlines Tokyo office serves as a major hub for the airline's operations in Japan, including ticketing, bookings, and customer service. Situated in the central region of Tokyo, the office is manned by a committed crew that guarantees seamless travel encounters. In addition, it collaborates with travel agencies, manages corporate accounts, and helps regional marketing campaigns. visit Us: https://www.globalairlinesoffice.com/singapore-airlines/singapore-airlines-tokyo-office/

Good Day from Kamakura, Japan! 🇯🇵 A Busy Week in the Garden!
https://www.brighteon.com/c7cef9d6-f027-4465-a5b3-a2b321f066f5

Harvesting Cucumbers, transplanting Jalapeños, and watch the garden grow. It's a great time of year. Happy Father's Day everyone! "A garden is a grand teacher. It teaches patience and careful watchfulness; it teaches industry and thrift; above all it teaches entire trust." Gertrude Jekyll

www.brighteon.com

Dr. Murakami interviewed by Mike Adams, covering self-replicating vaccines being deployed in Japan - JAPANESE SUBTITLED


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Japan: 'Billions of Vaccinated Will Die - Those Responsible Must Pay'

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Japan has issued a formal apology to the unvaccinated, admitting that the government bowed to pressure from the international elite to employ “totalitarian” psychological warfare tactics on the public to brainwash citizens during the pandemic.According to Japanese officials, it is time to prepare to say goodbye to vaccinated loved ones, because billions of people will soon be dead as a consequence of a crime worse than the Holocaust, and the world will never be the same again.As the tsunami of deaths among the vaccinated continues to accelerate, and the Japanese people continue rising up against the elite, the truth is starting to emerge and the villains behind the plandemic are left with nowhere left to hide.Get Ivermectin, Hydroxychloroquine, and Fenbendazole here: https://pills4ever.com - use coupon code 'peoplesvoice' for 15% off.- Visit https://thepeoplesvoice.tv/IPV6 to take back control of the Internet- Visit our new community forums: https://community.thepeoplesvoice.tv Mirrored - The People's VoiceTo survive what is coming, read/study: https://thewayhomeorfacethefire.net https://christs.net/ The Gibraltar Messenger : https://gibraltar-messenger.net/

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06/07/2024

World's largest nuclear power plant in Japan remains shut down despite energy crisis

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The world’s biggest nuclear plant, the Kashiwazaki Kariwa Nuclear Power Plant, remains inactive despite growing worldwide demand for energy and in spite of Japan’s own goal to turn away from costly imported fuels. In spite of Japan’s goal to acquire 50 percent of its energy from nuclear sources by 2030, the plant has stayed dormant […]

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