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Discovery of the Tomb of Khonsuemheb
8-January-2014

Tokyo, 8 Jan - Waseda university researchers discovered a new private tomb in the el-Khokha area of the Theban necropolis, across the Nile from Luxor. The owner of the tomb is Khonsuemheb, who was called Chief of the Workshop for Mut and Chief Brewer of the Temple of Mut.

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Contact: Waseda University Institution: Waseda University
 
Pictorial Mnemonics x Sound Contrasting = More Effective English Teaching
2-January-2014

New research by Professor Emmanuel Manalo of Waseda University and Assistant Professor Yuri Uesaka of University of Tokyo has found that mnemonic images and explicit sound contrasting help Japanese children learn more effectively the sounds of the English alphabet.

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Contact: Waseda University Institution: Waseda University
 
Life’s Arcade: QUIAPO
11-November-2013

The UP Vargas Museum opens Life’s Arcade: QUIAPO, a photography exhibit by Rick Rocamora on November 12, Tuesday, 4PM at the 3F galleries of the museum.

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Contact: maricel Institution: University of the Philippines Jorge B. Vargas Museum & Filipiniana Research Center
 
The Tale of the Heike and Modern Japan -A Fabricated “National Epic”-
30-October-2013

The Tale of the Heike was reinvented as a national epic at the end of the Meiji period to gratify national pride. Opinion article by Prof. Yuichi Otsu of Waseda University.

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Contact: Waseda University Institution: Waseda University
 
UN survey of 10,000 men in Asia and the Pacific reveals why some men use violence against women and girls
10-September-2013

Bangkok, 10 September 2013— A UN study of 10,000 men in Asia and the Pacific, released today, found that overall nearly half of those men interviewed reported using physical and/or sexual violence against a female partner, ranging from 26 percent to 80 percent across the sites studied.

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Contact: Administrator Account Institution: ResearchSEA
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