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In Photos: US, Japan, and the Philippines hold first-ever trilateral military...
The three Coast Guards hold the first-ever joint military exercises amidst the rising tensions in the Indo-Pacific region
Philippine Catholic bishop joins calls for end to ‘fossil fuel addiction’...
Bishop Gerardo Alminaza expressed concerns about the detrimental impact of the planned fossil gas and LNG plants and terminals in the Philippines
Protests across Asia challenge Japan, G7’s fossil fuel approach
Japan's "Green Transformation" policy includes significant investments in LNG, hydrogen, and ammonia
Kabuki kids: the children of Japan’s traditional theater
Kabuki dates back to the 17th century, when a series of civil wars ended in Japan and a merchant class emerged
Japan approves abortion pill for the first time
The health ministry said in a notification on Friday it had approved the drug made by a British pharmaceutical company
Women take on Japan’s political gender gap for ‘true democracy’
"We had assumed that women didn't want to be politicians, but in fact, there just wasn't enough support"
Japanese governmental panel backs abortion pill amid small pro-life protests
Pro-life activists launch a protest out of concern that access to an abortion pill would increase the number of abortions in Japan
Japanese woman of Uyghur origin wins seat in Japan’s parliament
Arfiya Eri’s election gives hope to second-generation Uyghurs living in exile, advocates say
‘Don’t blame women’: Japan birth drive sparks online debate
Policy changes such as expanding daycare provision can help boost birth rates, but the increase is often "temporary"
Kenzaburo Oe: Novelist who won Nobel with ‘poetic force’
Known for his pacifist and anti-nuclear views, Oe saw himself as part of a generation of writers "deeply wounded" by World War II