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Dec 19 2013 A True Novel by Minae Mizumura Phyllis Fong To say that Minae Mizumura's A True Novel is a remake of Wuthering Heights set in postwar Japan is not inaccurate, but this only begins to crack open the book. Like the Emily Bront classic,
Olivia Wilde dons a little black dress while making an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno to promote her new film Her on Tuesday (December 17) in Burbank, Calif. I broke into @jayleno's dressing room and stole one of his jackets for my
Major parties in the Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly have decided to set up a special committee legally empowered to investigate Gov. Naoki Inose in the wake of numerous flip-flops in explaining a suspicious loan he received, lawmakers said Tuesday.
Tokyo Gov. Naoki Inose said Monday that he canceled a contract in May for a safety deposit box he leased to hold the ¥50 million he received from the Tokushukai hospital group and transferred it to another one, contradicting an earlier explanation.
Les Oates was born in Melbourne in 1925 and studied at Northcote High School, leaving in the class of 1941, with World War II at its height. He undertook intensive study of Japanese at the defence language school and saw overseas service as a
Aisin sharpshooter Kosuke Kanamaru hit a game-winning 3-pointer with 1.4 seconds left in the final quarter to propel the SeaHorses to a 78-76 win over the Toyota Motors Alvark in NBL interconference action at Yoyogi National Gymnasium No...Kanamaru,
As Childish Gambino made it clear last night that rappers are indeed checking for her, starting his performance with Hi Jhene on Jimmy Kimmel, XXL thought gallery time! Check out photos of rappers next to the beauty herself in Rapper Love Jhene Aiko.
Naoki Inose, governor of Japan's capital city of Tokyo, said he will give up his next year salary as a "penance" for accepting money from Tokushukai hospital, according to media report. Inose pledged at a general committee session of the Tokyo
Last week on comedian Sanma Akashiya's Nippon TV talk show, TV personality Chiaki, whose family is rich, betrayed envy for her less fortunate colleagues when she complained, Poor people always have lots of interesting stories. That's the premise of
Embattled Tokyo Gov. Naoki Inose apologized Friday for causing concerns and troubles among Tokyo citizens over a money scandal but refused to step down. Inose attended a metropolitan assembly session for the first time since the scandal involving an