August 02, 2009

Let’s learn the number-counting way in Japanese KANJI - by introduction of our position in the world ranking -

This article is continued from the previous one.




http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/48/9/34483698.pdf

No. 5
Wow! Japan is no longer a well-off country, because we got ‘5’th worse-ranking of poverty. Actually this poverty raking is calculated based on the income-gap between among the nation. To mitigate the income-gap is one of the urgent subject in our Government now.




No. 4


http://www.fujikawayuri.net/

What a beautiful lady she is, isn't she!
Besides, to make us be astonished furthermore, she, Yuri Fujikawa, is a politician of municipal assembly. She was selected as “4”th rank of the World Beautiful Politician (as of April 2, 2009) in accordance with the on-line vote conducted by Spanish newspaper: minutos.es.




No.3
Now every country is seeking green-energy resources. The most realistic resource is Solar Power. Japan has constructed many solar power generation plants, which capacity is 197 Million kw in total. This is the “3”rd largest in the world, following Germany: 540 Million kw and Spain: 230 Million kw.


(Sharp HP: http://www.sharp.co.jp/sunvista/industry/index.html)




No.2
Japan is in the “2”nd largest economic country based on the GDP. However it is said that China will take over the position soon because of its drastically economic development.


(Night View in Tokyo: http://tokyoyakei.jp/airship/airship.html)





(Photo from: http://www.amazon.co.jp/)

No.1
Please see the above sisters. They were 107-year-old twins!! recorded as the longest life of twins in the world. Their name are Kin Narita (age at death: 107) and Gin Narita (age at death: 108), and they were most famous and loved twins as our national grandmothers.

When they reached 100 years old, many medias took up the twins; accordingly they got much money. Then one day a reportor asked them “What are you thinking of how to use the money?” They answered together “We would like to save them as securities in our old age!!”

It’s very funny, isn’t it!
That is way they could live longer, that is way We Love Japan!

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