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Nevin Thompson

Contributor profile · 6 posts · joined 18 July 2005

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Nevin lived in rural Japan between 1994 and 2004, and recently imported a dog into Canada. During his time in Japan, he was exposed to two nuclear accidents, and “officiated” wedding ceremonies for approximately 1000 people before he lost count.

Nevin currently lives and works on an island off the West Coast of Canada.

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14 September 2005

Inside The Japanese Blogosphere

David Jacobson at Japan Media Review has prepared an excellent summary about how Japanese bloggers covered the country's recent parliamentary elections on September 11. As part of the post, Jacobson...

31 August 2005

Inside The Japanese Blogosphere

Blogging in Iraq Japanese photojournalist Hiroshi Okamoto, who travelled to Iraq on assignment in 2004 and spent one month in Samawa, has produced a food blog of his experiences. Although...

19 August 2005

Inside the Japanese Blogosphere

Japanese bloggers were able to offer almost realtime accounts of the recent earthquake in northern Japan. Says one Japanese blogger: The fridge door swung open, the goldfish bowl fell off...

5 August 2005

Inside the Japanese Blogosphere

Japanese bloggers were able to offer almost realtime accounts of the recent earthquake in northern Japan. Says one Japanese blogger: The fridge door swung upon, the goldfish bowl fell off...

29 July 2005

Inside the Japanese Blogosphere – The Anti-Korea Wave

The ever-useful “Ninki Blog Ranking” lists the most-viewed Japanese blogs in a number of different categories. There are blogs for mothers who wish to help their children study more effectively,...

18 July 2005

Inside The Japanese Blogosphere

Ra, a third-generation Korean resident in Japan, who “has a Japanese name, has the same color of skin, the same way of speaking, and watches the same television” as the...

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