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Today’s top news: December 30, 2022 Japan Times-Japan’s imperial family eying social media to stay in touch

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Japan’s imperial family eying social media to stay in touch
The agency in charge of the family’s affairs set to explore the potential use of SNS platforms as part of a new approach to public …
Arata Isozaki, prolific Japanese architect, dies at 91
In major structures in a dozen countries, including the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, Isozaki absorbed and reinterpreted Eastern and Western traditions.
Chinese fighter jet came within three meters of U.S. spy plane
The U.S. military said the latest incident over the South China Sea reflects “a concerning trend of unsafe and dangerous” intercepts by China’s People’s Liberation …
Diplomacy between Japanese and Chinese lawmakers has dwindled in recent years
There were few visits to each other’s countries by lawmakers in 2022, the 50th year since the normalization of diplomatic relations between the two sides.
Myanmar’s Aung San Suu Kyi faces 33 years in jail after junta trial closes
A prisoner of the military since the 2021 coup, Suu Kyi, 77, has been convicted on every charge leveled against her following an 18-month trial …
Dressing ‘revolution’ seeks artificial skin for burn victims
New developments have shaken up the world of wound healing, long a neglected area of medical research.

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What is the link between winter storms and global warming?
While the link between global warming and heat waves is very direct, the behavior of winter storms is governed by complex atmospheric dynamics.
A year of war and intensifying competition
It would be right to say 2022 was a year in which violence — from the assassination of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to the war …
Vivienne Westwood, icon of provocative fashion, dead at 81
Vivienne Westwood was synonymous with 1970s punk rock, a rebelliousness that remained the hallmark of one of British fashion’s biggest names.
Hirokazu Kore-eda calls for Japanese cinema to support young directors
The Palme d’Or-winning director seeks to change tough working conditions for up-and-coming filmmakers by collaborating with proteges on a new Netflix series.
Russia may leave UEFA to seek membership in Asian confederation
The Russian Football Union may cut ties with the sport’s European governing body UEFA and seek membership with Asia’s confederation, ESPN reported Thursday, citing sources …
Are Putin and Xi in Decline? Populism and autocracy still have deep resources.
Liberal democracy is still imperiled despite all the recent cheerfulness from enemies of authoritarians such as Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping.
The little trains that could: Japan’s rural railways keep chugging on
With savvy marketing, Choshi Electric Railway somehow gets back on track.
‘Darkness before dawn’: Tourism sector in China eyes slow but sure recovery
Travel agents across China don’t expect demand to immediately surge following the lifting of pandemic-related travel restrictions, due to various factors.

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