Amazing Japanese Precision
Really amazing video of extreme walking
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17 Crazy Things That Are Only Possible in Japan
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Outspoken Pakistani Model Qandeel Baloch Strangled in 'Honor Killing': Police
Qandeel Baloch was known for her popular and and provocative selfie videos, in which she talked openly about her sexuality — a taboo subject in Pakistan.
What the Ancients Knew - Japan
Japan an island group roughly 120 million people strong, is one of the largest economic powers in the world today. In the eyes of history, Japan's economic s...
Sashimi Knife - Sakai City
Japanese blades are world-renowned for their craftsmanship. This forge in the heart of the knife-making city Sakai explains why. Thanks to Mizuno Knives, Sak...
Japan's hidden caste of untouchables
Japan has a reputation of being a homogeneous, mostly harmonious society. There are few foreigners, linguistic differences are rare and on the surface class distinctions are largely absent. But, as Mi...
Geisha House Naked Sushi Decatur-Behind the Scenes
Established in 1971 Geisha House Steak & Sushi is the first Japanese Hibachi restaurant in Las Vegas, founded by 'Jimmy Nishiyama'. Jimmy opened up the first location on Desert inn and Sand hill to i...
Behind Japanese Mob: Dinner With Yakuza
The Japanese mafia, known globally as The Yakuza, is a funny beast. For example, they don’t hide themselves away from the prying eyes of law enforcement. In fact, you can usually look their local offi...
Ghulam Ali Allana, Huzur Varas
Ghulam Ali Allana traced his descent from a certain Haji, and whose son, Vali was a small merchant in Lahari Bandar, Sind. When the port of Lahari Bandar dried up, Vali came in Jerruk, where he lived...
Can Japan Prove Its Cool Factor To The Rest Of The World?
There are plans for a Japan-centric TV station and many more projects aimed at promoting the nation’s culture to the rest of the world while generating money and interest in the 2020 Olympic Games, ho...
Outspoken Pakistani Model Qandeel Baloch Strangled in 'Honor Killing': Police
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Health in Bangladesh
Health and education levels remain relatively low, although they have improved recently as poverty (31% at 2010) levels have decreased. Most Bangladeshis The poor health conditions in Bangladesh are a...
Public holidays in Nepal
Only one day of the week i.e. Saturday is celebrated as a holiday in Nepal. Public offices as well as other private businesses are open six days a week. However, Nepal has a lot of religious as well a...
Demographics of Pakistan
Pakistan's estimated population in 2014 is over 199 million, making it the world's sixth-most-populous country, behind Brazil and ahead of Nigeria. During 1950–2011, Pakistan's urban population expand...
Demographics of Pakistan - Wikipedia
Health in Afghanistan
Health in Afghanistan is in need of improvement due to the country being in a state of civil war for the last three decades. According to the Human Development Index, Afghanistan is the 15th least dev...
Health in Afghanistan - Wikipedia
Demographics of Burma
The following is an overview of the demographics of Burma (or Myanmar), including statistics such as population, ethnicity, language, education level and religious affiliation.
At the time of the ...
Demographics of Burma - Wikipedia
Demographics of South Korea
This article is about the demographic features of the population of South Korea, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliatio...
Demographics of South Korea - Wikipedia