Fastfood chain operator Jollibee Foods Corp. is expanding its global footprint by bringing its flagship store Jollibee to five new markets next year, including the United Kingdom, Italy, Canada, Malaysia and Oman.
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The Philippines has begun preparations for the first-ever visit of a reigning Emperor of Japan that is likely to be conducted early next year, Malacañang announced on Tuesday, October 13.
Japanese hardliner illustrator treads the fine line between paranoia and plausibility, gets flak for it
As a result of the illustration, the artist has been widely condemned for making presumptions, using an image of a little girl, that the Syrian refugees are up to no good, when there are real victims.
CAPCOM just announced in the 2015 Tokyo Game Show that the legal thriller series, Ace Attorney, will be given a TV animation run.
After SNK Playmore gets acquired by Ledo Millenium, a subsidiary of the Chinese investment firm Leyou Technologies, a new KOF entry has been announced in the recent 2015 Tokyo Game Show.
Toei Animation managing director Hiroyuki Kinoshita passed away on July 3 due to a heart attack. He was 48.
The “Triple Fret”, an all-female classical-contemporary guitar trio from the Philippines composed of Jenny de Vera, Iqui Vinculado and Marga Abejo, won first prize at the 27th Japan Guitar Ensemble Festival held on 28 June 2015 at the Kyurian Hall in Shinagawa, Tokyo.
Low and stable labor costs in the Philippines are attracting Japanese companies to set up shop in the Philippines. One in particular, the electronics company Epson is building its biggest manufacturing plant in Batangas, aside from its existing facilities.
As tensions in the East China and South China Seas continue to escalate, the Group of Seven nations (G7) is “deeply concerned” about tensions in the East and South China seas, announced by the leaders of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, the United States, the President of the European Council and the President of the European Commission during G7 meeting.
According to Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Philippines Inc. headed by Nobuo Fuiji, some of the firms had already started moving their operations here last year, because the Philippines is as a very competitive country.