A large number of overseas Vietnamese (OV) gathered in Atsugi city, Kanagawa prefecture, Japan on May 12 to enjoy renowned Cai Luong (reformed theatre) pieces performed by famous artists from Vietnam.
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The University of Tokyo's Earthquake Research Institute said Monday the risk of a big earthquake hitting the southern Kanto region including Tokyo in the next four years is as high as 70 percent.
The Vietnam Youth and Student Association (VYSA) in Japan held its congress for the 2012-2013 term on Jan. 15.
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A powerful typhoon forced auto giant Toyota to halt production at 11 of its 15 plants in Japan, according to the company.
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Toyota vehicles are currently in short supply in the capital as the impact of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in Japan is now being felt in Laos.
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Shares in Japan's TEPCO hit a new closing low Thursday, ending the session down 4.0 per cent at 192 yen on uncertainty over the fate of the beleaguered company due to the crisis at its nuclear plant.
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An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 5.9 jolted the Kanto region, surrounding Tokyo, Saturday morning, the Japan Meteorological Agency said.
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Japan on Tuesday said nationalising the beleaguered operator of the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant was "an option" but denied it had immediate plans to do so.
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As I sat down with my laptop that evening, some hours after the massive earthquake had struck Japan, my cellphone emitted a grating squeal. It was a signal from the National Meteorological Agency warning that a large aftershock was about to hit the Kanto area, which includes Tokyo. Luckily, I had made it back home and was sitting in my sturdy apartment building; my 12-year-old son nearby in our living room. There wasn’t much more I could do except wait...
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A massive 8.8-magnitude earthquake shook Japan on Friday, unleashing a powerful tsunami that sent ships crashing into the shore and carried cars through the streets of coastal towns.
A major 7.3-magnitude offshore earthquake rattled Japan on Wednesday, swaying Tokyo buildings, triggering a small tsunami and reminding the nation of the ever-present threat of seismic disaster.
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The Vietnam Youths and Students Association (VYSA) in Japan convened its congress for the 2011-2012 tenure in Tokyo on January 16.
The gathering saw the participation of the Vietnamese Embassy’s Cultural Counsellor Do Van Trung and hundreds of Vietnamese young people who are working and studying in Japan.
Addressing the event, VYSA Kanto’s Chairman Do Ba Duc said VYSA Kanto, as the VYSA’s key branch in Japan, frequently carried out a wide range of activities last year,...
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Nearly 20 Vietnamese trainees eagerly took part in the final of a Japanese-language contest held by the Kanto Industrial Information trade union (KII) in Japan on July 24.
The contest aimed to provide Vietnamese trainees and apprentices with a good opportunity to use Japanese, show off their knowledge of vocational training in Japan and express their impressions of Japan, said Takeshi Fukuda, President of KII.
The 17 candidates shortlisted for the final round come from trainee-reception companies which are members...
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The Japanese capital of Tokyo will celebrate Vietnamese culture with the second “Hello!Vietnam” festival on September 19 and 20.
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