• Komodo Dragon: the majestic lizard of ASEAN

    Imagine yourself wandering in tropical Savanna forest where two sturdy cacao-colored animals were wrestling to blood for female’s approval to mate. This picturesque scene is due to roll from May to August and the female will ...

  • From Ashes to Oil to Ships to Modern Japan.

    Here is a little story that is at the core of Japanese economic recovery after WW2 but it is little known, even in Japan. After the war. Japan was heavily in debt and most industries were ...

  • The origin of Sushi: As I understand it.

    There are too many people interested in marketing their version of Japanese history that common Japanese knowledge gets lost in the propaganda. One high profile case is sushi since its well knew around the world, people ...

  • Japan Fears No One

    I’ve already explained why Japan fears no human group in the blog thread. Here I’ll show how this manifested itself through history. The first case is in 600AD when Japan tried to help Baekje take back ...

  • Why so Many Japanese Girls Have Bangs?

    The stereotypical Hairstyle for Japanese girls is front bangs. The majority of girls have the foreheads hidden by a curtain of hair. (Popular Idols from the group Nogizaka 48) Oddly, it wasn’t always like this. In ...

Komodo Dragon: the majestic lizard of ASEAN

Imagine yourself wandering in tropical Savanna forest where two sturdy cacao-colored animals were wrestling to blood for female’s approval to mate. This picturesque scene is due to roll from May to August and the female will ...

Japan Fears No One

From Ashes to Oil to Ships to Modern Japan.

Here is a little story that is at the core of Japanese economic recovery after WW2 but it is little known, even in Japan. After the war. Japan was heavily in debt and most industries were ...

Japan Fears No One

Bathala, Filipino/Tagalog God (Mythology) Tribute

Click here to view the original image of 800x1038px. According to the indigenous religious beliefs of the Tagalog people, Bathala (sometimes spelled Batala) is the all-mighty deity who created the universe.[1][2] A descriptive honorific is often ...