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Immigration officers heading to court over Ghanaian that died in custody

Here is a follow-up to a previous BT story on Awudu Samad Abubakar (a.k.a. Mc Barry), A Ghanaian Prince Dies In Custody of Japanese Immigration, as reported by the Japan Times: Chiba police have turned over to prosecutors their case against 10 immigration officers suspected of being involved in the death of a Ghanaian deportee… Keep Reading

APEC Security Measures in Yokohama, Japan

Ever wonder what the security measures were like in Yokohama during APEC? How many police officers? What type of security devices were deployed? Well, here is a video that answers some of your questions. [Note the commentary is in Japanese but it gives you some great insight into living in Japan.] By the way, there… Keep Reading


Home-seeking headache

“If Japan is serious about bringing in more foreigners, she warns, “the real estate industry has to change a lot. . . . Especially in 30, 40, 50 years, I’m not sure if Japan will stay one of the best Asian countries economically.” She adds that the country will have to make “a lot more… Keep Reading

Rev. Joseph E. Lowery Benediction Angers Some

I thought my ears played a trick on me when I heard Rev. Lowery open his benediction with words from the Black (Negro) National Anthem, “God of our weary years, God of our silent tears….” Although many that are not Black may not know the words to James Weldon Johnsons’ song, Lift Every Voice and Sing, it… Keep Reading


Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. – Struggling Not To Lose Him

The birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. has passed and for some it is just another federal holiday. While most in the world know of the deeds and sacrifices Dr. King made, few get to hear how others perceive his public story. Check out the video after reading the article below. Slept On TV… Keep Reading

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