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TOKYO - Japan, the world's largest corn importer, is set to spend $20 million to help feed mills boost stockpiles and safeguard food security as the nation shifts purchases from the United States to Ukraine and Brazil. Feed makers will probably expand...
Tags: Marubeni Corporation, Argentina, Ukraine, Inventories, Brazil
Frances Hashimoto, one of Little Tokyo's most influential business leaders who fought to preserve the neighborhood's Japanese cultural traditions and who invented the popular fusion dessert known as mochi ice cream, died of lung cancer Sunday at her...
Tags: Ice Cream, Foods and Beverages, Japan, Lung Cancer, Safeway Inc.
Sharp Corp., once a titan among Japanese electronics manufacturers, now isn’t sure it’ll be able to crawl out of a financial pit made deeper by ruthless competition and relentless losses. Reporting yet another round of dismal earnings, the...
Los Angeles art gallery Blum & Poe is opening an office in Tokyo to strengthen its ties with Asian artists, the gallery said this week. Ashley Rawlings, a former managing editor at ArtAsiaPacific, has been named director of the office. Blum & Poe,...
Tags: Arts, Arts and Culture, Artists, Japan
KTLA NewsEmmy Inspired Pampering at the Beverly Hilton Pampering session at the Aqua Spa inside the 4-Star Beverly Hilton Hotel (home to the Golden Globes), inc.: · 50-minute Aqua Star Signature Massage AND 25-minute Hydrating Facial · Champagne Lunch · Access to...
World NowThe uproar over the black-and-white images taken by South Korean photographer Ahn Sehong underscore the sensitivity, decades later, around the plight of Korean women forced to serve the Japanese military as sex slaves during World War II...
KTLA NewsJapanese Luxury Tokyo Roundtrip airfare from L.A. to Tokyo on Singapore Airlines 6 days, 5 nights at the Four Seasons Tokyo Hotel · One of the top luxury hotels in Tokyo, located on a 17-acre garden in the heart of the city · Rooms are 500-sq.ft. w/...
A Tokyo court has sided with Samsung in its patent battle with Apple, ruling the South Korean electronics company did not infringe on its rival's patents. It's the latest development in the complex global fight between the two companies over mobile...
Although Americans wish to focus on the anemic economy and upcoming election, the wider world may intervene. Competing claims over sovereignty in the waters around China — the East China Sea and the South China Sea — threaten to transform from...
World NowWednesday's 67th anniversary of the end of World War II collided with election-year politics in the Asia Pacific, spurring South Korea's president, Japanese officials and Chinese activists to stage controversial gestures that have stirred up bitter...
L.A. NOWSunset on Little Tokyo: John Hwang captured this photo on July 9 at the Obon Festival in Little Tokyo, a Japanese Buddhist celebration honoring the spirits of ancestors. Hwang heard about the festival from his boss, and brought his 5D......
World NowTens of thousands of people turned out in Tokyo against nuclear power on Monday, urging the Japanese government not to restart reactors in the wake of the Fukushima nuclear disaster....
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