We must protect the senile elderly people from unscrupulous business operators by using the adult guardianship system.

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UK and US support for Hong Kong protests-NHK
2014-10-02 Thu 14:39
Rallies have been held in Britain and the United States in support of the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong.

In London, Hong Kong activists who now live in Britain held a rally outside the Chinese Embassy on Wednesday.
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2014-10-02 Thu 11:12
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PRIOR SYSTEM;
2014-10-02 Thu 11:10
The conditions under which they transacted business were regulated by the Army, and in congested areas regulations were strictly enforced.

The Army found it necessary in congested areas to install a system of prices, priorities, and schedules for the various units operating in a particular areas.

According to interrogations the average system was as follows:


1. Soldiers

10 AM to 5 PM

1.50 yen

20 to 30 minutes


2. NCOs

5 PM to 9 PM

3.00 yen

30 to 40 minutes


3. Officers

9 PM to 12 PM

5.00 yen

30 to 40 minutes


These were average prices in Central Burma. Officers were allowed to stay overnight for twenty yen.

In Myitkyina Col. Maruyama slashed the prices to almost one-half of the average price.
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LIVING AND WORKING CONDITIONS;
2014-10-02 Thu 10:59
In Myitkyina the girls were usually quartered in a large two story house (usually a school building) with a separate room for each girl.

There each girl lived, slept, and transacted business.

In Myitkina their food was prepared by and purchased from the "house master" as they received no regular ration from the Japanese Army.

They lived in near-luxury in Burma in comparison to other places.

This was especially true of their second year in Burma.

They lived well because their food and material was not heavily rationed and they had plenty of money with which to purchase desired articles.

They were able to buy cloth, shoes, cigarettes, and cosmetics to supplement the many gifts given to them by soldiers who had received "comfort bags" from home.

While in Burma they amused themselves by participating in sports events with both officers and men, and attended picnics, entertainments, and social dinners.

They had a phonograph and in the towns they were allowed to go shopping.
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Report No. 49- PERSONALITY;
2014-10-02 Thu 10:36
The interrogations show the average Korean "comfort girl" to be about twenty-five years old, uneducated, childish, and selfish.

She is not pretty either by Japanese of Caucasian standards.

She is inclined to be egotistical and likes to talk about herself. Her attitude in front of strangers is quiet and demure, but she "knows the wiles of a woman."

She claims to dislike her "profession" and would rather not talk either about it or her family.

Because of the kind treatment she received as a prisoner from American soldiers at Myitkyina and Ledo, she feels that they are more emotional than Japanese soldiers.

She is afraid of Chinese and Indian troops.
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Beijing AQI: Beijing Real-time Air Quality Index (AQI).
2014-10-02 Thu 10:29
155 Unhealthy

Updated on Thursday 9:00

Temp: 13°C (12 ° – 22° C)


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China issues warning over Hong Kong 'illegal' protests-BBC
2014-10-02 Thu 10:12
China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi has issued a stern warning against any "illegal" protests in Hong Kong.

Visiting Washington, Mr Wang also warned that the matter was an "internal affair" for China.
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Pro-democracy protesters target office of Hong Kong's chief executive-CNN
2014-10-02 Thu 10:06
Pro-democracy activists took their fight Thursday to the doorstep of Hong Kong's chief executive, sitting down outside his office gates to express their dissatisfaction with him and the central government in Beijing.
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NRA chief defends volcanic hazard measures-NHK
2014-10-02 Thu 08:53
The head of Japan's nuclear power regulator has defended its approval of volcanic hazard measures for a nuclear power plant in Kagoshima, southern Japan.

Shunichi Tanaka, the chairman of the Nuclear Regulation Authority, was speaking at a news conference on Wednesday.


The eruption prompted public concern over volcanic hazard measures for the Sendai plant in Kagoshima Prefecture operated by Kyushu Electric Power Company.

There are active volcanoes in the prefecture.

The utility had showed plans to remove nuclear fuel from the facility if it detects any signs of volcanic activity or tectonic plate movement around the plant./span>
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Raining rocks killed Mt. Ontake climbers-Japan News
2014-10-02 Thu 06:33
Many people probably died after they were directly hit by volcanic rocks during Mt. Ontake’s eruption on Saturday, according to doctors.

The doctors related stories of how climbers suffered serious back or head injuries as they tried to protect themselves from rocks that fell from the sky like rain.

“Most of the victims died after being struck by volcanic rocks while they tried to escape, and then were covered in ash,” the doctor said, adding that the bones of some of the victims had been shattered whiles others had suffered from numerous bruises.
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2014-10-02 Thu 06:18
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Abe: Japan to promote dialogue with China, S.Korea-NHK
2014-10-02 Thu 06:16
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says he will promote dialogue with China and South Korea through various channels.

He says he wants to hold talks with the leaders of the 2 countries on the sidelines of international conferences.
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Ebola fears hurt airlines-CNN
2014-10-02 Thu 05:03
Ebola is on the move, and that doesn't bode well for transportation companies such as airlines.

Shares of the major carriers fell between 2% to 4% Wednesday after the Centers for Disease Control revealed late Tuesday that the first case of the virus has been confirmed in the United States.
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Taliban suicide bombings kill 8 in Kabul-NHK
2014-10-02 Thu 05:02
Two separate Taliban suicide attacks have killed 8 people in Kabul. This comes a day after the government signed a deal to allow US troops' an extended stay.
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Beijing AQI: Beijing Real-time Air Quality Index (AQI).
2014-10-02 Thu 05:00
152 Unhealthy

Updated on Thursday 3:00

Temp: 11°C (12 ° – 22° C)

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2014-10-02 Thu 04:56
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RECRUITING;
2014-10-02 Thu 04:48
Early in May of 1942 Japanese agents arrived in Korea for the purpose of enlisting Korean girls for "comfort service" in newly conquered Japanese territories in Southeast Asia.

The nature of this "service" was not specified but it was assumed to be work connected with visiting the wounded in hospitals, rolling bandages, and generally making the soldiers happy.

The inducement used by these agents was plenty of money, an opportunity to pay off the family debts, easy work, and the prospect of a new life in a new land, Singapore.

On the basis of these false representations many girls enlisted for overseas duty and were rewarded with an advance of a few hundred yen.

The majority of the girls were ignorant and uneducated, although a few had been connected with "oldest profession on earth" before.

The contract they signed bound them to Army regulations and to war for the "house master " for a period of from six months to a year depending on the family debt for which they were advanced ...

Approximately 800 of these girls were recruited in this manner and they landed with their Japanese "house master " at Rangoon around August 20th, 1942.

They came in groups of from eight to twenty-two. From here they were distributed to various parts of Burma, usually to fair sized towns near Japanese Army camps.

Eventually four of these units reached the Myitkyina. They were, Kyoei, Kinsui, Bakushinro, and Momoya. The Kyoei house was called the "Maruyama Club", but was changed when the girls reached Myitkyina as Col.Maruyama, commander of the garrison at Myitkyina, objected to the similarity to his name.
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PREFACE
2014-10-02 Thu 04:02
This report is based on the information obtained from the interrogation of twenty Korean "comfort girls" and two Japanese civilians captured around the tenth of August, 1944 in the mopping up operations after the fall of Myitkyin a in Burma.

The report shows how the Japanese recruited these Korean "comfort girls", the conditions under which they lived and worked, their relations with and reaction to the Japanese soldier, and their understanding of the military situation.

A "comfort girl" is nothing more than a prostitute or "professional camp follower" attached to the Japanese Army for the benefit of the soldiers.

The word "comfort girl" is peculiar to the Japanese.

Other reports show the "comfort girls" have been found wherever it was necessary for the Japanese Army to fight.

This report however deals only with the Korean "comfort girls" recruited by the Japanese and attached to their Army in Burma.

The Japanese are reported to have shipped some 703 of these girls to Burma in 1942.
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2014-10-02 Thu 03:54
UNITED STATES
OFFICE OF WAR INFORMATION
Psychological Warfare Team
Attached to
U.S. Army Forces
India-Burma Theater
APO 689


Japanese Prisoner
of War Interrogation
Report No. 49.

Place interrogated: Ledo Stockade
Date Interrogated: Aug. 20 - Sept. 10, 1944
Date of Report: October 1, 1944
By: T/3 Alex Yorichi

Prisoners: 20 Korean Comfort Girls
Date of Capture: August 10, 1944
Date of Arrival: August 15, 1944


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Car bomb and mortar attacks kill 35 in Baghdad-NHK
2014-10-02 Thu 03:51
A series of bomb attacks has killed at least 35 people and wounded more than 70 in mainly Shia Muslim areas of Baghdad.

Iraqi security authorities say 2 car bombs exploded in the capital's northwestern Horreyya district on Tuesday, killing at least 20 people and injuring 35.

Another car bombing in the eastern Zaa'faraniya district killed 7 people.
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2014-10-02 Thu 03:45
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Rain to hit NE, SW China during holiday-China Daily
2014-10-02 Thu 03:45
The National Day holiday from Oct 1 to Oct 7 is forecast to be accompanied by rains in northeast and southwest China, the National Meteorological Center (NMC) said Wednesday.

Rain and drop in temperature will hit northern and northeastern China sporadically from Wednesday to Sunday, according to the NMC forecast.

This might create disruptions to some holiday travelers.
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HK students demand Chief Executive step down-NHK
2014-10-02 Thu 03:35
Student organizers of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong say if the territory's leader does not resign by Thursday night they will expand their campaign.

Representatives from the student protesters said at a news conference on Wednesday that Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying must step down.
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Students vow to step up HK protests -BBC
2014-10-02 Thu 01:10
Student demonstrators in Hong Kong have vowed to step up their mass pro-democracy protests if Chief Executive CY Leung does not resign.

Student leader Lester Shum said protesters could start occupying government buildings if Mr Leung did not quit by Thursday.

Thousands continue to protest on the streets against China's vetting of candidates for 2017's leadership poll.
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Japan, India hold joint anti-piracy drill-NHK
2014-10-02 Thu 01:09
The Coast Guards of Japan and India have held a joint drill to practice fending off pirates.

The Coast Guards of the two nations agreed in 2012 to deepen their cooperation on anti-piracy measures to ensure the safety of Japan-related ships travelling in waters near India.
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2014-10-02 Thu 01:04
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Hong Kong students vow stronger protests if leader stays-BBC
2014-10-02 Thu 01:03
Student demonstrators in Hong Kong have vowed to step up their mass pro-democracy protests if Chief Executive CY Leung does not resign.
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Beijing AQI: Beijing Real-time Air Quality Index (AQI).
2014-10-02 Thu 01:01
167 Unhealthy

Updated on Wed. 23:00

Temp: 11°C (9 ° – 13° C)
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Hong Kong protests growing-NHK
2014-10-02 Thu 00:54
Pro-democracy demonstrations are growing in Hong Kong as people of all ages join the movement over the midweek holidays
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Mt. Ontake death toll rises to 47-NHK
2014-10-02 Thu 00:50
The death toll from Saturday's eruption of Mount Ontake in central Japan has risen to 47.

More than a thousand police officers, firefighters and Self-Defense Force personnel resumed their search for victims on
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