- Stay Eternally Optimistic, Says Nobel Laureate Ei-ichi Negishi at GYSS@one
- Born in 1935 in Hsinking, the capital of Manchuria now known as Changchun, China, Professor Negishi lived in tough conditions during World War 2, moving to Seoul, Korea, with his family when he was eight. “I was in Manchuria from zero to eight years old.
- New book chronicles influential, short-lived Manchukuo film studio
- In 1939, Kishi went to Hsinking, Manchukuo — now Changchun, Jilin Province, north of Liaoning — to join the film company known as Man-ei, a national concern of the Japanese puppet state, where her elder brother was working as a camera operator.
- From constitutional revision to disdain over 'aggression,' Abe follows path of
- The building was completed in 1936, the year Kishi, then a 39-year-old bureaucrat in charge of commerce and industry, moved to Manchuria under the strong request of the Kwantung Army, the Imperial Japanese Army's branch organization based in Hsinking ...
- 18 people indicted in two-year investigation of drug trafficking organization
- Federal, state and local law enforcement partners made 18 arrests and searched more than a dozen locations in connection with a two-year investigation into a violent drug trafficking organization, Acting U.S. Attorney Annette L.
- 23 MEMBERS OF ALLEGED VIOLENT DRUG TRAFFICKING GROUP INDICTED
- (SEATTLE, WA.) --Federal, state and local law enforcement partners have made 18 arrests and searched more than a dozen locations in connection with a two year investigation into a violent drug trafficking organization, announced Acting U.S.
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