Japan was hit by an enormous earthquake on March 11, 2011, that triggered a deadly 23-foot tsunami in the country's north. The giant waves deluged cities and rural areas alike, sweeping away cars, homes, buildings, a train, and boats, leaving a path of death and devastation in its wake. Video footage showed cars racing away from surging waves.
JFTC Essay Competition in Japan, 2017 conducts essay competition to encourage young researchers, business people, and students to share their views on national and international matters. Note. The applicants for JFTC Essay Competition in Japan, 2017 can be of any age and nationality. The candidates are expected to submit the essays in the specified format which can be downloaded from the.
Japan earthquake and tsunami of 2011 - Japan earthquake and tsunami of 2011 - Relief and rebuilding efforts: In the first hours after the earthquake, Japanese Prime Minister Kan Naoto moved to set up an emergency command centre in Tokyo, and a large number of rescue workers and some 100,000 members of the Japanese Self-Defense Force were rapidly mobilized to deal with the crisis. In addition.Japan and Europe feudalism Feudalism was established in Europe by the 800s CE but appeared later in the 1100s in japan. European feudalism ended by the growth of a stronger political states in the 16th century, but Japanese feudalism held on until the meji restoration of 1868.International Essay Contest for Young People. Past Contests. Past Contests SHARE: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus. 2019. Creating a Society Full of Kindness. What does “Kindness” mean to you? How do you think we can create a kinder society? Carry out ten acts of kindness, and then use your experience as inspiration in writing your essay (your essay does not need to be about your acts.
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The Japan Fair Trade Commission (JFTC), led by Chairman Kazuyuki Sugimoto, seems to have become very active in various areas of competition law and enforcement in the past year or so. In his 4 th year as Chairman, Mr. Sugimoto is taking an even more active lead. Although there has been a downturn in the number of cartel cases brought by the JFTC in recent years, it is too early to conclude.Read More
Issues in Japan Essay; Issues in Japan Essay. Submitted By joynercb. Words: 1138. Pages: 5. Open Document. Christina Joyner 20 January 2011 GHIST 102 Term Paper 2nd Draft Issues In Japan Throughout history Japan has faced several issues from political, economic, environmental, and social concerns. From World War II to the 2011 earthquake that shook the country, problems have arisen and.Read More
The 2020 competition has closed. Essays must be between 2,000 and 3,800 words long, on a topic to be chosen from the list of questions. We encourage you to provide references to your sources of information, and to include a bibliography at the end of the essay. The notes ARE included in the word limit, but the bibliography is NOT included. Each entrant may submit a single essay. Submissions.Read More
Japanese Competition Authority The Japan Fair Trade Commission issues a cease and desist order and imposes a surcharge payment on a toy and juvenile-products retailer for having abused its superior bargaining position (Toys“R”Us-Japan) 13 December 2011 103.Read More
The paper analyzes Japan's competitive advantages in trade with other nations. Paucity in natural resources, often mentioned in reference to Japan, we note, is overstated. Favorable climate and various other aspects of the geography constitute unacclaimed but important bounties of nature. Relevant also are population, culture, and events in history, as are the role of the government in its.Read More
A graduate of the University of the Philippines in Diliman, Quezon City won Y200,000 (P112,344) for his essay about the vision of a new Japan after the devastating magnitude-9 quake and tsunami on March 11 last year. Chiden Balmes won the Prize of Excellence in the Japan Foreign Trade Council Inc. (JFTC) Essay Competition 2011, with his essay titled “The Making of New Innovative Japan: Road.Read More
When a magnitude 9.0 earthquake occurred off the northeast coast of Japan and triggered a tsunami in March 2011, one of the hardest hit areas was the city of Rikuzentakata. At the end of a narrow inlet, the city of roughly 8,000 households lost 75 percent of its homes. On March 14, 2011, The Mainichi Daily News declared: “Rikuzentakata has been erased.”.Read More
The Philosophy Essay Prize is open to Year 12 or Lower 6th students. The aim of the Prize is to encourage able sixth formers to pursue their interest in Philosophy, with the hope that they will be encouraged to read this or related subjects at University. The 2020 competition has closed. You should answer one question only. The deadline for entries is 11.59 pm UK time on Sunday 31 May 2020.Read More