Chinese Ships Enter Japan's Waters Off Senkakus

Chinese ships enter Japan's waters off Senkakus

Four Chinese patrol boats have temporarily entered Japan's territorial waters near the Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea.

The Japan Coast Guard says the ships entered the waters off Uotsuri Island shortly after 10 AM on Monday.

Asdf Fighters Enter Runway Without Clearance

ASDF fighters enter runway without clearance

Japan's transport ministry says 2 Air Self-Defense Force fighter jets wrongly entered a runway at Naha airport in Okinawa, southwestern Japan, as a passenger plane was approaching to land.

Transport safety authorities are investigating the incident, which they say could have led to an accident.

Lyft May Decide To Enter Japan's Ride-hailing Market

Lyft May Decide To Enter Japan's Ride-Hailing Market

Lyft is Uber’s main competitor in the United States but the latter is in a league of its own globally. Lyft doesn’t have the kind of international footprint that Uber does and it’s going to take it a very long time to get to where Uber is today. Lyft hasn’t ever ruled out international expansion and it appears that the company might be looking to expand its international footprint by entering one of the most challenging ride-hailing markets in the world: Japan.

Comments from one of the company’s founders suggest that Lyft is considering a move to Japan. "We would love to be in Japan, and we also will be looking at that possibility," said John Zimmer, co-founder and president of Lyft, at the New Economy Summit 2018 in Tokyo. "I think the regulatory framework here will play an even larger role than it likely had in other regions," he added.

Nissan To Enter Formula E In 2018-19 Season

Nissan to enter Formula E in 2018-19 season

Nissan is to become the first Japanese car manufacturer competing in Formula E with an entry in the fifth season of the electric car racing series, organizers announced on Wednesday. Formula E said in a statement that Nissan would replace one of the existing manufacturers in the 2018-19 season. Media reports have indicated that will be alliance partners Renault, allowing the French manufacturer to focus on its Formula One team. "To have a name like Nissan coming on board is a momentous day for the series," said Formula E chief executive Alejandro Agag in a statement. "It's great to see our first Japanese manufacturer entering the frame, showing truly how global the electric revolution is. Japan is a country at the forefront of new technologies with one of the biggest followings of Formula E." Manufacturers already involved in the electric series include BMW, Audi, Renault, Jaguar, Citroen and India's Mahindra. Mercedes and Porsche are due to arrive for season six, which is scheduled to start in 2019 and end in 2020. Reporting by Alan Baldwin

Chinese Ships Enter Japanese Waters Feb 2017

Chinese ships enter Japanese waters Feb 2017Three Chinese patrol ships intruded into Japan's territorial waters off the Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea on Monday.
The Japan Coast Guard says they appeared off Uotsuri Island shortly after 2 PM and stayed for about 2 hours. They then moved to the contiguous zone just outside territorial waters.

Chinese Ships Enter Japanese Waters

Chinese ships enter Japanese watersJapanese maritime authorities are monitoring waters off the Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea after 3 Chinese patrol ships intruded into Japanese territory.
The Japan Coast Guard's regional headquarters in Naha, Okinawa, says the ships entered waters off Uotsuri Island shortly before 10 AM on Sunday, local time.

Sony: Rez Infinite: Enter Area X

Sony: Rez Infinite: Enter Area XEver since we offered a glimpse of the new content we’re making for Rez Infinite at the end of our debut trailer, and again as part of my GDC talk and PlayStation.Blog post, people have been asking me: What is Area X?

Six Students To Enter Second Edition Of Yamaha Vr46 Master Camp

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