Temples, Torii & Tatami on a culture-crammed Tour of Tokyo
Elizabeth von Pier
The Japanese love to give gifts, often for no reason at all, and we found that even the smallest purchase from a street vendor came nicely wrapped.
walk up the steps peering into the familiar, gloomy interior. I
push open the awkwardly fitted door and enter, its peaceful
as I close it behind me.
A chance to form a Government in Spain? James Skinner 27.09.16
Election results in Gailcia and the Basque Country offer Rajoy
an opportunity of forming an administration... maybe...
Time for Chris Christie to Go to Jail
Obstruction of Justice, Perjury, Abuse of Power - Time for our governor to go to jail. - He won’t. - But he should.
China Doesn’t Use Japanese Judo Terminology
Antonio Graceffo, PhD, China MBA
Parallel to my dissertation research on Chinese traditional wrestling, I completed a bit of research on Japanese judo because of the similarities between the two arts.
Remembering Hotels, Good and Bad
Walli F. Leff
Once I had an exceptional experience in a hotel: I slept on an absolutely perfect mattress. I know that now you expect me to tell you where that mattress was. I would if I could, but, for the life of me, I just can’t remember.