Monthly Archives: June 2021

the ¡° Real Jeju¡ ± campaign targets Japan

Although overseas travel has been suspended due to COVID-19, Japanese interest in Korea continues to increase. In a survey of Gen Z trends in Japan, Korean food and cosmetics products ranked number one. An online event (On: tact) to boost Jeju tourism hype is planned to expand communications with Japanese …

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N-type solar development – pv magazine International

N-type capacity Orders for n-type products remain low. Manufacturers are mainly preparing for n-type technology this year, with capacity significantly higher than production. After expanding, mono PERC is now seeing signs of declining profitability. Several manufacturers have revealed that they will stop adding PERC capacity because it is already excess. …

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The rise of Kazuki Himeno

As he embarks on a Super Rugby final with the Highlanders, we study the Japanese superstar The rise of Kazuki Himeno A buoy in the torrent of gold, you would never believe that this was the debut of the 22-year-old’s Test. But as the Australian dots multiplied and rapidly in …

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Japan brings together super team of aircraft component makers to build supersonic passenger plane • The Register

Japan has brought together a supergroup of aeronautical, industrial and space organizations to build a supersonic airliner. The new organization, Japan Supersonic Research (JSR), quietly signed on March 31. Yesterday, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) announced that it is a member, alongside the Japan Aircraft Development Association, the Japan …

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Kyodo News Digest: June 17, 2021

Myanmar national team substitute goalkeeper Pyae Lyan Aung who raised a three-fingered salute in a 2022 World Cup qualifier in late May, puts his hands together after arriving at the airport International Kansai International in Osaka Prefecture, Japan on June 16, 2021. (Kyodo) The following is the latest list of …

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Burmese footballer to seek asylum in Japan: reports

Published on: 06/17/2021 – 02:32 Tokyo (AFP) A Myanmar national team goalkeeper who gave an anti-kick salute during an away game in Tokyo has refused to return home and will seek asylum in Japan, local media reported. Myanmar has been in turmoil since a coup in February toppled the elected …

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Visualize 40 years of booming exports

China has the second highest GDP in the world and it exports 15% of all the goods in the world. But how did this happen? Just 40 years ago, the Chinese economy was in a totally different situation, accounting for less than 1% of world exports and still in the …

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