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Yokosuka Journal; Ripples From Perry's Ships Are Still Felt in Japan (Published 2003) » Port city of Yokusuka, Japan, commemorates 150th anniversary of arrival of Commodore Matthew C Perry, who forced Japan to open up to international trade and relations; this led to collapse of regime that had ruled feudal Japan in isolation and peace for more than two centuries, and then to modern Japan's scramble to catch up with West and grab Asian empire; historians say Perry has sunk into obscurity in United States, but he is most widely known foreign historic figure in Japan; photo of re-enactment of his landing (M)

Quick Action Helps Google Win Friends in Japan (Published 2011) » Through efforts like a Person Finder site and Street View recordings after the earthquake and tsunami, Google is finally winning over new friends in Japan.

The Jitters;In Japan, Nothing to Fear but Fear Itself (Published 1996) » May 19, 1996… New York Times subscribers* enjoy full access to TimesMachine… port city of Yokohama near Tokyo, and mused that Japan is changing. "I don't …

Mapping Where Floods Have Devastated a Libyan Port City » Derna, on Libya’s northeast coast, was inundated with floodwaters that killed thousands after Storm Daniel made landfall on Sunday.

How China Got Sri Lanka to Cough Up a Port (Published 2018) » A Times investigation into Sri Lanka’s handover of its Hambantota Port starkly illustrates how China turned an ally’s struggles to its strategic advantage.

Why Do Cats Hold Such Mythic Power in Japan? » A journey through a country where felines are revered, adored and sometimes seen as actual demons.

Buildings Can Be Designed to Withstand Earthquakes. Why Doesn’t the U.S. Build More of Them? (Published 2019) » At stake is whether places like Silicon Valley, Seattle, Salt Lake City, San Francisco or Los Angeles might be forced to shut down after a direct hit.

36 Hours in Kobe, Japan (Published 2019) » There’s more to this sunny port city than beef. Jazz, for one thing; an urban waterfall, for another.

Saudi Urban Projects Are a Window to Modernity (Published 2010) » A group of urban projects is intended to bring change slowly without antagonizing conservative forces.

In Japan: Young, Numb and Violent (Published 2011) » The characters in the Japanese writer Ryu Murakami’s new novel are obsessed with saccharine pop music and TV but devoid of ambition and social ability.


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