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  • Comparing Tokyo And Auckland 's Development

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    have chosen to compare Tokyo with Auckland. I will discuss Tokyo and Auckland’s development (1880-1930), outlining pressures and opportunities created by technology advancements and how Tokyo is caused by urbanisation, comparing with Auckland. Tokyo’s population is approximately 13.35million with rapid urban growth. The land area of Tokyo is approximately 2,187km2. Tokyo was first established in 1869. Tokyo was originally named Edo (small fishing village) in early 1800’s. Tokyo was a part of the Musashi

  • Super Frog Saves Tokyo Essay

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    story entitled Super Frog saves Tokyo is a postmodern type of story with fiction theme. This is because of the wild imagination of the character which is the result of his busy life in Tokyo. The characters in the story are Mr. Katagiri and the Frog which are the protagonist or the main characters in the story. They don’t change and are both good and bad or simply belongs to the Flat classification of characters. The story happened on February 17 and 18, 1995 at Tokyo where busy people lives. The narrator

  • What Is The Similarities Between Tokyo And Hong Kong

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    Tokyo and Hong Kong--Counterparts or Enemies? In the light of proximity, Hong Kong and Japan are compared regarding different aspects. But when it comes to the deciding hour, who will overpower their combatant? According to Balmforth (2012) “There is no single answer of one city better than another because each city has its own special qualities and its own potentials”. Indeed, both cities are well-known as travel destinations, Japan was elected the second-best destination in Asia (Lonely Planet

  • Taxes Essay: How To Use Tokyo Taxi

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    How to use Tokyo Taxi Japan has vast network of transportation including trains, buses and taxies. The taxies are comparatively expensive here. However, they are the best choice for convenient travel as trains and buses do not operate in Friday and Saturday nights. When you travel to shorter routes in a group, taxies are the best choice. They are economical too. Taxies are basically used in those routes where trains and buses are uncommon. How can you use Taxi? First of all, to use a taxi, you

  • Tokyo Rose: Iva Ikoku Toguri Essays

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    where she graduated in 1941 with a zoology degree (Iva 1; Tokyo 1). Soon after college, Toguri left America to tend to an extremely ill aunt in Japan on July 5, 1941. Unfortunately, she only acquired a

  • Iva Toguri Aquino In The Hunt For The Tokyo Rose

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    A person who is blamed for the wrongdoings, mistakes, or faults of others, especially for reasons of expediency: this is the definition of scapegoat. It is also how one might describe the role of Iva Toguri Aquino in the hunt for the Tokyo Rose. Betrayed by not one but two countries she called home, Iva Toguri Aquino was the seventh person in the history of the United States to be tried and convicted of treason. D’Aquino v. United States is the case involving a young American born and raised woman

  • The Struggle In Yasujiro Ozu's Tokyo Story

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    their past and say, “If only you knew how good you have it!”. This will forever be somewhat a problem in the past, present, and future of our lives. One generation will always be underestimated or beyond correct then the other. In Yasujiro Ozu’s film Tokyo Story we see constant clashing of the elderly and the youth. Ozu’s message of how the generations have changed is a way of him defining to us what the human struggle is. Due to the character’s actions in the way they treat each other we can pick up

  • Why Tokyo Disneyland Was An Awesome Achievement

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    and transform it into a worldwide business. At the point when Disney chose to open Tokyo Disneyland and utilized the same execution arrange for that they utilized as a part of the United States, it was a risk that they took and shockingly was effective. On the other hand, believing that the same execution arrangement could work in different nations is not an awesome move to make. The main motivation behind why Tokyo Disneyland was an awesome achievement is on account of Japan is a nation that is exceptionally

  • Movie Analysis of Tokyo Drift: Fast and Furious

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    all time, Tokyo Drift. Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift, is one the great movies of Fast and Furious series. Fast and Furious movies have a lot of fans throughout the world and the great thing about this series is that they are all relatable and continue the story that began in the year 2001. But there is something different about Tokyo Drift that keeps it unalike with other Fast And Furious movies. This is why I will be doing a review on it. Tokyo Drift is made up of 2 words which are Tokyo and drift

  • Tokyo

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    Financial Accounting Concerns 1. Tokyo AFM recognized premium revenue at the time it received the policyholder’s up-front cash payment. The company’s accountants argued that since the level of up-front payments received from policyholders had been stable over the last few years, this method was an appropriate reflection of economic reality. For example, Fuji Computers entered into a five-year insurance contract with Tokyo AFM against earthquake damage to its headquarters building. As is