Fixers are again on the prowl to victimize World War II veterans.
Inquirer’s June 27 editorial titled “Japan on our mind” well expresses the attitude of the nation regarding its new relationship with Japan and our request for her assistance amid our growing dispute with China.
By MANUEL F. ALMARIO
On Dec. 26, 2013, the first anniversary of his second term in office, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited the Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo which honors some 2.5 million Japanese war dead, including those convicted of war crimes during World War II.
By Sweet Caneos
I’m freezing purple in my office that looks out over the desert where construction workers are laboring in 40C heat at 10 a.m. What initially drew my attention to the window was the consistently flat sky. Hours from now I’d be staring at a sun that’s so bored it can’t even bother setting until night [...]
Perhaps the only upside to the ongoing territorial dispute involving China over reefs, shoals and islands in the South China Sea is the fact that it has nudged an alliance among other claimant-nations as well as between Japan and the Philippines. In fact, President Aquino’s recent visit to Japan was intended to highlight the [...]