Posts by: johneinarsen

An Atmosphere of Concern

On January 13, 2013 By

ENVIRONMENT
BY ARI PHILLIPS

China alone will add 350 million urban residents to its population – more people than live in the US – and will build the equivalent of ten New York Cities worth of skyscrapers. And greenhouse gas emissions will gather at greater frequency up above the skyline…

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Fumio’s World

On January 14, 2013 By

Japanese animator and illustrator Fumio Obata’s take on life abroad

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Kyohaku-in map

On January 13, 2013 By

Kyoto Journal at Impact HUB Kyoto Office hours: Friday 2-6 pm

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On January 7, 2013 By
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On January 7, 2013 By
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BY AIMEE LEE

For months, I was at a loss about how to weave so tightly. Then, one day he pressed my thumb down with such force, I felt like a door had smashed it. Only then did I grasp his secret…

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Kath Abela Wilson

On December 19, 2012 By

POETRY
KATH ABELA WILSON

This dynasty ended/ with one last breath
he left me / his books….

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Nagane Aki: Keeper of Tradition
Interview by Akazawa Atsushi, Kawabe Yuka and Jacoba Akazawa
A slim lady wearing oak-coloured clothes draws a tiny bamboo instrument to her mouth, holding it with one hand and gently vibrating it with the other. Haunting sounds fill the air like spirits drawn by the wind. Then, out of a sudden silence, the story begins.

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Boys to Men

On November 15, 2012 By

J-Boys follows 9-year-old Kazuo and his younger brother Yasuo around Tokyo’s Shinagawa Ward from October 1965 to April 1966.

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