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Sunday, October 14, 2012

Japan News This Week 14 October 2012

今週の日本

Japan News.Eric Lomax, River Kwai Prisoner Who Forgave, Dies at 93

New York Times

Is Japan Turning to the Right?

Huffington Post

Japan's high-spending legacy

BBC

原子力規制委員会~公安警察に委員会監視を要請

Our Planet

Nobel winner Yamanaka's priority goal: 'iPS Stock'

Japan Times

日本试探调整钓鱼岛立场 考虑“妥协”方案

Caijing

The "Bright Future" of Japan's Nuclear Industry

Japan Focus

Last Week's Japan News

Statistics

Comparing the decline of Japan and rise of China:

Foreign media outlets: In 1989, there were 345 in Tokyo; by 2012 this had dropped to 189. In 2004 Beijing was host to 210; by 2011 that had increased to 356.

Students studying in the USA In 1999 China became the number one source of foreign students in the USA with 54,466 students versus 48,872 Japanese, who were at the time the second largest group. By 2010, the total number of Chinese studying in America reached 157,558 while Japan slumped to just 21,290 (7th place).

Students from the USA In 2009, 13,910 Americans studied in China. In the same year, 6,166 Americans studied in Japan.

Source: Yomiuri Shinbun

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