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The result was speedily deleted by Versageek as test page (G2). (non-admin closure) 野狼院ひさし u/t/c 08:20, 15 September 2015 (UTC)===公民黨鄭達鴻===Non-English Action Hero Shoot! 03:51, 13 September 2015 (UTC) read more

To Mother (song)

"To Mother" is the sixteenth single by Japanese pop singer-songwriter Yui. It was released on June 2, 2010 by Gr8! Records. The single debuted atop the Oricon Weekly Single Chart, becoming her seventh number-one single. It was the first song in which Yui replaced guitar for piano. ==Background and writing==Although Yui's first song in which she exchanges her guitar for a piano, it was first written using a guitar. When asked about the decision in writing the song, unsurprisingly, was in support of... read more

Wikipedia:Translation/Urban Network

The is the official nickname given to passenger rail services run by the West Japan Railway Company (JR West) in the Osaka-Kobe-Kyoto metropolitan area. The Urban Network area. The dashed section is Phase II of the Osaka Higashi Line, scheduled to open in 2011.==Overview==In 1987, Japanese National Railways was divided and privatized into the Japan Railways Group, and the newly-formed West Japan Railway Company (JR West) took over operations in the Kansai, Chūgoku, and Hokuriku regions. But compared... read more

Your Side

''Your Side'' () is Taiwanese Mandopop artist Stanley Huang's () debut Mandarin solo studio album. It was released on 1 March 2000 by EMI Music Taiwan. Gold Typhoon 1 March 2000. Retrieved 2012-01-26Yesasia.com 1 March 2000. Retrieved 2012-01-26 1 March 2000. Retrieved 2012-01-26==Track listing==#妳身邊 (Ni Shen Bian) - Your Side - 4:52#冷水澡 (Leng Shui Zao) - Cold Shower - 3:53#青春真残酷 (Qing Chun Zhen Can Ku) - 4:26#相约不如偶遇 (Xiang Yue Bu Ru Ou Yu) - 3:59 read more


, is a Japanese pop and new-school inspired hip-hop duo consisting of members Halca (born April 21, 1988) and Yucali (born July 18, 1987) from Meguro, Tokyo, Japan. Its name is a portmanteau of and .Their debut album, ''Halcali Bacon'', reached #5 on the Oricon charts, making it the first album by a female hip-hop artist to enter the top ten in Japanese history.Epic Records, Sony Music Entertainment Japan, (2007) "Halcali Official Web Site" Epic Records/Sony --"女性ラッパーとしては初のベストテン入り!オリコンアルバムチャート5位にランクイン。"Halcali... read more

Kyōiku kanji

, also known as is a list of 1,006 kanji and associated readings developed and maintained by the Japanese Ministry of Education that prescribes which kanji, and which readings of kanji, Japanese schoolchildren should learn for each year of primary school. Although the list is designed for Japanese children, it can also be used as a sequence of learning characters by non-native speakers as a means of focusing on the most commonly used kanji.Kyōiku kanji is a subset of Japanese Ministry of EducationJōyō... read more


CooRie is a self-produced Japanese music unit by singer-songwriter Rino that performs songs for anime and games. CooRie used to be a two-persons unit when it debuted in 2003, with Rino doing the lyrics and vocals and doing the music compositions and arrangements. After Osada left by the end of 2003 Rino maintained the name ''CooRie'' and composed the music by herself, although she sometimes sings under her own name, especially if the song is for adult games. CooRie's records are released under Lantis... read more

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The result was speedy deleted as WP:CSD#A1 (short article / no context). —dgiestc 22:29, 11 May 2007 (UTC)===“ 闇に惑いし哀れな影よ・・・ 人を傷つけ貶めて、罪に溺れし業の魂 ・・・ いっぺん、死んで見る?===This is a nice story, but I don't think Wikipedia is about collecting random stories without background information. -- Prince Kassad 19:47, 11 May 2007 (UTC) read more

Motor Vehicle Driving License

The Motor Vehicle Driving License () is the legal driving license within China excluding the two special administrative regions (Hong Kong and Macau). In these two territories separate driving license must be obtained from their respective traffic authorities. It is issued, ratified and regularly inspected by the traffic administrative department of the public security organ. Minimum age varies from 18 (for cars) all the way up to 26 (for large buses) in the country. Learner's licenses, although... read more

Differences between Shinjitai and Simplified characters

Differences between Shinjitai and Simplified characters in the Japanese and Chinese languages exist. Han characters, called Kanji in Japan and Hanzi in China and Chinese-speaking areas, underwent simplification in both Japan and the PRC. Before characters were simplified, all countries using Chinese characters used Traditional Chinese characters. However, many of these characters underwent simplification differently or were only simplified in one language.=== The Idea of Simplified Han Characters... read more

Play It Cool (album)

''Play It Cool'' () is Taiwanese Mandopop artist Wilber Pan's () sixth Mandarin studio album. It was released by Universal Music Taiwan on 14 September 2007. 14 September 2007. Retrieved 2011-01-18A second edition ''Play It Cool ("Unable To Resist" Perfect Collectible Edition)'' (CD+DVD) () was released on 9 November 2007 with a bonus DVD containing five music videos,as listed in the Music Video section including one with highlights of Will Pan's world tour live in-concert and a 24-page Will Pan... read more


== Summary ==Cool Fairyland (冷酷仙境) Concert 2004.9.06 at Shanghai's Arc Bar in Xintiandi district. Photo by Yiren, released for CC license ShareAlike. read more

Aide-de-camp to the Emperor of Japan

In Japan, the is a special military official whose primary duties are to report military affairs to the Emperor and act as a close attendant (chamberlain). From 1896 through to 1945, a small number of army and naval aides-de-camp were supplied to the Emperor due to his increased status and the risks to him during wartime.An excerpt from the :侍従武官ハ天皇ニ常侍奉仕シ軍事ニ関スル奏上奉答及命令ノ伝達ニ任シ観兵演習行幸其他祭儀礼典宴会謁見等ニ陪侍扈従スBoth... read more

Hōjō Ujimasa

was the fourth head of the late Hōjō clan, and ''daimyo'' of Odawara.He was the son-in-law of Takeda Shingen. Ujimasa commanded in many battles, consolidating his clan's position, and retired in 1590. His son Hōjō Ujinao became head of the clan and lord of Odawara, but later that year they failed to hold Odawara against the forces of Toyotomi Hideyoshi (see Siege of Odawara (1590)). Ujimasa was forced to commit suicide along with his brother Ujiteru.Like many samurai who committed seppuku in... read more


Hello, and welcome to Wikipedia! While efforts to improve Wikipedia are always welcome, unfortunately your contributions are not written in English that is good enough to be useful. You appear to be more familiar with Japanese; did you know there is a Japanese Wikipedia? You may prefer to contribute there instead. In any case, welcome to the project, and thank you for your efforts!さん、はじめまして。英語版ウィキペディアへようこそ。英語版ウィキペディアへの投稿はいつでも歓迎いたしますが、残念ながら今回さんに執筆いただいた英文は英語版ウィキペディアの水準を満たしておりません。もしよろしければ、日本語版ウィキペディアの方へ投稿していただければ幸いです。ウィキペディア・プロジェクトへご参加くださり、ありがとうございます。... read more


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