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Table Of Contents

INTRODUCTION
FOREWORD
A Curved Harp
A Documentary on Redemption
A Girl Victim of Atomic Bomb
A Holy Man
Alcoholic Beverage
A Memorial Tribute to Our Late Parents
An Internationally Known Artist
Anne of Green Gables
A Powerful Antioxidant
A Renaissance Man
Bean Throwing for Good Luck
Beatification for Japanese Christians
Benefits of Drinking Green Tea
Benefits of Lemon
Bicycle Built for Three
Biking To Work
Biofuel Produced from Paddy Rice
Biogas from Livestock Excreta
Bowing to Japanese Royalty
Box Lunches at Train Stations
Boy Inventor Patents Cat Repeller
Bra Doubles for Growing Rice
Brain-Controlling Wheelchair
Buddhism for Young People
Bullet Train
Canadians Win Kyoto Prize
Canadian Version of Sake
Capsule Hotels
Carbon Fiber
Car Going Green
Cherry Blossom in American Capital
Chewing Gum Helps Memory
Cleanliness
Contributor of Eyeglasses
Coral Calcium for Long Life
Different Ways of Addressing People
Dog for Rent
Doggy Bags
Dr. Hideyo Noguchi
Dr. Inazo Nitobe
Driver-Assist Systems for Curvy Roads
Eating Fast Results in Weight Gain
Eco-Friendly Coffee
Education Mothers
Electric Bicycles
Electric Taxis
English-Only Policy
Exercise Program
Factories to Grow Vegetables
Family Crest
Female Mountain Climber
Females Wish to Become Hostesses in Recession
Female Tree Doctors
Fermented Soybeans
Figurines Made in One’s Own Likeness
Film on Brazilian Japanese
Fireworks Festivals
First Japanese Nobel Prize winner
First Pilot Carbon-Capture Plant
Flower Viewing
Foreign Words
Fuel from Raw Garbage
Garbage Disposal
Giant Robot Statues
Girl’s Day Party
GM Catches Up to Japanese Hybrid
Grilled Eel
Haiku Poetry
Hair Ornaments
Hashimoto’s Disease
Healthiest People
Help for Patients with Parkinson’s
High-Frequency Sounds Repel Vandals
High Ratings for Tokyo Restaurants
High-tech Undies for Trapped Chilean Miners
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Ceremony
Hit Chinese Movie Helps Hokkaido’s Tourism
Homes Built by 2×4 Lumbers
Hot Springs
Hybrid Solar-Powered Cargo Ship
Industrial Robots with People Skills
Internet Umbrella
Japan and the United States Seek Small Reactor
Japan and Turkey Friendship
Japanese-American Soldiers
Japanese Canadian Baseball team
Japanese-Canadian Leaders
Japanese Female Astronaut Flies into Space
Japanese Female Pitcher
Japanese Females Are the Longest-Living people
Japanese Gone Bananas Eating Bananas
Japanese Lunch Box
Japanese Noodle Dishes
Japanese Novelist Wins Jerusalem Prize
Japanese Proverbs
Japanese Sobbing
Japanese-style Hot Dog
Japanese Taiko Drumming
Japanese Tourists Best in the World
Japanese Valentine’s Day
Japanese Version of Dollar Stores
Japan International Cooperation Agency
Japan’s Financial State, Jokingly
Japan’s Help toward Haitian Earthquake
Japan’s Land Area and Population
Japan Wins in Costume Play Championship
Judo
Kamikaze
Karaoke
King of Pizzas
Kobe Beef
Latest Fairy Tale by Master Animator
Machine to Convert Plastic into Oil
Marathon Runner in Canada
Methane Hydrate
Microblogging
Mobile Digital TV
Mobile Food Stalls
Monosodium Glutamate
Mount Fuji
MS Hikawa Maru
Musical Group named Goodwill Ambassador
Name Change for Business
Natural Gas from Under the Sea
Obon Festival
Official Car of National Hockey League
Okinawan Cuisine
One of the Scenic Spots
One Thousand Paper Cranes for Troops in Afghanistan
Order of Canada Presented to Two Japanese Canadians
Pachinko Pinball Machine
Penis Festival
Photocatalyst Keeps Indoor Air Virus Free
Pianist Wins British award
Pill for Long, Active life
Plastic Food Samples
Plum Wine
Police Precinct
Portuguese Sponge Cake Becomes Japanese Specialty
Poverty-Stricken Writer
Redress Anniversary
Rescue Robots
Rice Capital of Japan
Roadside Stations
Robot and Astronaut on Moon
Robotics Industry in Trouble
Robotic Suit for Stroke Patients
Robotic Suits
Robot Pets for Elderly
Robot that Makes Pancakes
Sacrifice Medal for Fallen Japanese Canadian soldier
Salmon-eating People
Savior of Jewish People
Seeking Waste Heat into Electricity
Self-Defense Forces
Service Dogs
Shakesperean Plays
Shower Clean Suit
Shrine of Love
Singing Robot
Skin Care Product
Slashing Swords to Lose Weight
Snow Monkeys
Soft Drink Anniversary
Solar Modules
Solar-Powered Spacecraft
Square-Shaped Watermelons
Statue of Beckoning Cat
Sudoku
Suicide
Suicide Pilots
Summer Dish
Sumo Wrestling
Sushi Galore the World Over
Sushi Party
Table Manners
Taro Potato Party
Technical Help to Developing Countries
Technological Strength
Teenage Girl Biker to Take On the World
The Game of KenKen
The Incident of Forty-Seven Ronin Warriors
The Integrated System
The Japanese Character
The Japanese Smile
The Late Very Faithful Dog
The Most-Prized Fish
The Word Shibui
The World’s First Bionic Turtle
The World’s Oldest Full-Length Novel
Tofu Burger
Traditional Knife Ceremony
Train of the Future
Trash into Fertilizer
Trial Job Program
Tuna and Visionary Politician
Unmanned Spacecraft
Raising Babies for High IQ
Unusual Cookbook
Vinegar Bars
Visit to Grave of Townsend Harris
Vitamin K
Walking Across Canada, Pulling a Rickshaw
Walking for Health
Warship March
Water-Drawing Festival
Wearing a Canadian Legion Beret
Weight Management
Wins Prize for Hard Disk Drives
World’s Fastest-Growing Energy Technology
World’s First Energy-Driven Spacecraft
World’s Innovator
World’s Smallest Helicopter
Yasukuni Shrine’s Misrepresentation
Yokohama Chinatown
Young Men Wearing Skirts
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Jack’s Japonica

Jack’s Japonica

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This book is dedicated to the late Principal Tatsue Sato (1891-1983) andhis wife, Hanako, for having spent fifty years teaching Japanese language,insisting us second-generation Japanese Canadians, the Nisei, to be goodCanadian citizens. When the Pearl Harbor attack took place (December7, 1941), he immediately called to assembly about a thousand students todeclare firmly to stand loyal and faithful to Canada. This occurred whileI was in England serving with the Canadian army. He was later awardedthe Order of Canada in 1978 for his enriching Canadian society by theintroduction of the best elements of Japanese culture. And the schoolwhere he had taught, still running today, was designated a historic site byVancouver, British Columbia, on June 25, 2000.
This book is dedicated to the late Principal Tatsue Sato (1891-1983) andhis wife, Hanako, for having spent fifty years teaching Japanese language,insisting us second-generation Japanese Canadians, the Nisei, to be goodCanadian citizens. When the Pearl Harbor attack took place (December7, 1941), he immediately called to assembly about a thousand students todeclare firmly to stand loyal and faithful to Canada. This occurred whileI was in England serving with the Canadian army. He was later awardedthe Order of Canada in 1978 for his enriching Canadian society by theintroduction of the best elements of Japanese culture. And the schoolwhere he had taught, still running today, was designated a historic site byVancouver, British Columbia, on June 25, 2000.

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