The columnist – and his friends – gets cheeky with vaccines and vaccination stories.
I am grateful that there are still people who really do care about the welfare of others in our midst.
A TRAVEL buddy told me that he had heard about “fugu” (pufferfish), and that eating it is good for one’s health. But because it’s also poisonous, he wouldn’t dare try it.
Things will only start to get better when we all work together to curb the spread of the virus, and more people are fully vaccinated.
In mid-April every year, I would buy a couple of brightly coloured carp streamers or koinobori and thread a string through them to hang in my courtyard, in anticipation of the Japanese Children’s Day celebration which falls on May 5.
July 1998, Japan tour itinerary expert Kohsan graduated and returned from Japan. With him joining the big Apple family, a formidable KL team was finally complete.
To date more than 142 million people have been infected and 3.1 million killed globally. An estimated four million new cases are expected to be reported each week in the days to come.
There are plenty of large canals worth visiting. I particularly love to stand by a canal, watching one huge ship after another slowly sail before my eyes.
Surrounded by the sea on all sides with towering mountains in the middle, Shikoku has its share of natural marvels that you should not miss.
Even this remains to be seen as both the Japanese government and the International Olympic Committee (IOC) are still discussing whether to go ahead with the event.