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More than half of Japanese are somewhat optimistic about the future of the country. According to a survey released by the Japanese Trade Union Confederation, 51.6% said Japan would be "much better" or "somewhat better" in 30 years.
Source: Daily Yomiuri
There were 5,616 more test takers for the annual college examination known as the "Center Shiken." That is in spite of a decline in the overall population of young people.
Source: Nikkan Sports
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Sunday, January 23, 2011