Japanese PM sends condolences over Hualien earthquake (update)

Tokyo, Feb. 8 (CNA) Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe sent a letter of condolences Thursday to President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) over the strong earthquake that hit Hualien County in eastern Taiwan late Tuesday. Meanwhile, a photo of Chinese calligraphy …
( read original story …)


Related Post

Should You Travel To Tokyo Or Osaka?
views 101
Osaka’s Imperial Hotel has made its own bit of his...
TOKYO | The Latest: Renault unions welcome probe o...
views 27
The Tokyo District Prosecutors’ Office did not res...
Chanathip impresses Consadole Sapporo team boss
views 223
Consadole Sapporo chairman Yoshikazu Nonomura beli...
Continua: Telehealth Platform Saved Lives After Ja...
views 275
February 21, 2017 - A four-year study of survivors...
Japan’s Shinmoedake Volcano Makes First Erup...
views 211
Restricting residents from Mount Shinmoedake's cra...
Athersys And To Collaborate On MultiStem Commercia...
views 209
Athersys’ collaborator, HEALIOS K.K. (Healios), ha...
Japan suspect in serial killing questioned by pros...
views 213
Japanese police release information only through l...
Wallabies player ratings from 63-30 win over Japan...
views 227
IT threatened to be a banana skin game for the Wal...
Japan, Europe send spacecraft on 7-year journey to...
views 40
European and Japanese space agencies said an Arian...
Japan names and shames companies putting employees...
views 263
In February, Japan’s government launched a campaig...