Archive | Japan
Wei Wei helped murder a family of four.
A Jewish hapa tells all.
Ayanna Presley has a new cause.
Judge says racial discrimination in admissions is “a compelling government interest.”
The illegal immigrant had a criminal record.
In Japan, "Great Replacement" means replacing humans with robots.
Japan regulates foreign labor in sensible ways.
Did the first people to come to America come from Japan 16,000 years ago?
They will stay with Japanese families.
Do inferior and superior “cultures” account for differences in wealth?
In 20 years, more than 20 percent of Osaka’s population will be non-Japanese.
The premise is that half of attraction is based on DNA.
Japan plans to accept 340,000 foreign workers in the next five years.
Some of the offending gene variants are unique to the Japanese.
Eleven straight years of increase.
With New Wave of Foreign Workers Expected, Japanese Officials Envision Creating Immigration Ministry
Already, the Justice Ministry has requested funding for 585 immigration officers.
It’s an “unavoidable step.”
Since 2010, Japan has accepted 174 refugees.
The program is called "The Moment of Deportation."
Skilled immigrants may be able to apply for permanent residency.
A look at a country that refuses to abolish itself.
Foreign Minister Taro Kono Tells World Economic Forum That Japan Is Ready to Accept More Workers from Abroad
“We are opening up our country. We are opening up our labor market to foreign countries."
The Japanese are just different.
“Japanese participants showed an implicit preference for ‘white people’ over ‘black people.’ "
Foreign workers can stay five years and must demostrate proficiency in speaking Japanese.
Kyoto Seika University has begun to “embrace diversity.”
Current system works as “back-door immigration.”
Many non-Japanese are arriving on student and training visas.
Japan accepted 28 last year. They complain anyway.
The Japanese still have a strong sense of national identity.
Dennis Prager is learning.
Supreme Court rules in favor of deporting foreigners born there.
High intelligence may not be enough.
Many Japanese think that someone who is half-black cannot be Japanese.
Many Japanese don't think a half-black person can represent Japan.
Some think a "hafu" shouldn't represent Japan.
Even the Japanese are getting skittish.
Pat Buchanan asks the hard questions about the recent PISA scores.
Foreigners don't seem to show a long-term interest in Japan.
The main-stream media are blind to race.
Twice as many as two years ago.
Wants foreign workers and university graduates to go home.
Technological innovation: the Japanese alternative to mass immigration.
"White privilege" had blinded student government to the "seriousness of the issue."
New prime minister wants welfare programs to offset cost of raising children.
Japanese prime minister going goofy.
Getting robots to do the jobs Japanese don't want to do.
Japan sends Japanese-Brazilians back to Brazil.
Japanese have yet to discover genetics.
Japanese stingy with financial support for asylum seekers.
Scholar's theory: Women with high salaries can afford to have more children.
They may let you stay if you have won a Nobel Prize.
Japanese government paying immigrants to go home and never return.
Setting the record straight.
Western egalitarians need to let the Japanese remain Japanese.
Islam makes inroads into Japan.
Children of unmarried foreign women eligible if Japanese father acknowledges them.
Almost 40 percent of hotels and inns don’t want foreign guests.
"Ainu Rebels" celebrate their heritage with hip-hop music.
Obamania in Italy.
Will Japanese-style game shows succeed in the US?
Panel wants immigrants to make up 10 percent of the population within 50 years.
Japanese resisting advice to open their country to foreigners.
Robots do the work Japanese won’t do.
Not all Japanese understand the value of homogeneity.
Low birth rates mean up to 40% of Japanese universities could go bust.
Japanese like being Japanese and intend to stay Japanese.
Will help "difficult to replace" farm population.
Corporate Japan doing its part to boost the birthrate.
Cabinet minister: Japan needs foreign workers to keep economy growing.
Language problems arise even though the foreign-born population is only 1.63 percent of the total.