Japan Mauritius

Picture of the Day: Paining "Beijing 2008" - Code of Controversy

When mention Beijing 2008, most of us will think of the 2008 Olympic Games. Yet, this work is about another China-related game - mahjong. The interest in this particular piece of work is due to the fact that it and its creator, Lui Liu, have caused controversy for years.

17 Jul 2013, business.mega.mu

Picture of the Day: OMOHARA

"OMOHARA" is not only a geographical crossing of Omotesando and Harajuku,but variety of styles and culture are come and go.Omotesando is town of adult where high brand's buildings put together the eaves.

11 Jul 2013, business.mega.mu

Picture of the Day: Backyard Garden in Japan

In this photo by Wi Bing Tan, we see a gorgeous Japanese garden at the back of a shop in Miyajima Island, Japan. From the cherry blossoms to the Koi fish and bonsai tree, it’s like a microcosm of Japanese tradition and culture.

25 Jun 2013, business.mega.mu

Weather: the New Radar in 2015

The country will develop soon a new weather radar. A 'Memorandum of Understanding has been signed to this effect on Monday by the Mauritian government and the Japanese ambassador. The signing of the agreement in principle was held at the Prime Minister's Office.

11 Jun 2013, business.mega.mu

Picture of the Day: Rice Terrace Sunset

In this beautiful photograph by Agustin Rafael Reyes, we see the Doya rice terraces at sunset. The terraces are located in Matsuura-shi, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan.

06 Jun 2013, business.mega.mu

Ramgoolam Expressed Recognition of Mauritius for Japan Donation of a Radar System

Mauritian Prime Minister met with his Japanese colleague Shinzo Abe on Monday, June 3 at Yokohama. At the end of the a half hour meeting, Navin Ramgoolam expressed "recognition of Mauritius for the gift of a radar system for advanced weather service in Japan."

04 Jun 2013, business.mega.mu

Picture of the Day: Yokohama Cherry Blossoms in Bloom

In this stunning photograph by Agustin Rafael Reyes, we see cherry blossoms in bloom in the Tszuki Ward of Yokohama, Japan.

21 May 2013, business.mega.mu

Why Japan Is Bad For The World

Japan continues to be the world’s biggest financial story. The consensus seems to be that the country’s extraordinary economic measures are good for both itself and the world.

20 May 2013, business.mega.mu

M5.2 Quake Jolts Fukushima, Vicinity

An earthquake of preliminary magnitude 5.2 jolted Fukushima Prefecture and its vicinity Sunday evening, the Japan Meteorological Agency said.

15 Apr 2013, business.mega.mu

Video of the Day: Weird Japanese Sport

26 Mar 2013, business.mega.mu

Japan: 6.2 Earthquake Shakes the Center and North

An earthquake of magnitude 6.2'' rocked Monday afternoon the center and north of the main Japanese island of Honshu including the capital Tokyo, said Japan Meteorological Agency.

26 Feb 2013, business.mega.mu

BOI Assists Japan to Step into Africa

With a view to increasing its presence on the African Continent and seizing the opportunities arising in Mozambique and Tanzania with the discovery of new sources of natural gas, one of the largest conglomerates in Japan contacted the Africa Centre of Excellence for business (ACE) set up by the Board of Investment (BOI) to help them establish their presence in targeted African countries including Mauritius, South Africa and Tanzania

06 Feb 2013, business.mega.mu

Japan's New Stimulus: The Race With China To The Bottom

On Friday, the Nikkei surged to its highest mark since the March 2011 earthquake. The 0.7% jump came on the news that Japan’s industrial output in November dropped 1.7% from the month before, a fall far exceeding analyst forecasts. The consensus was that there would be only a 0.5% decline.

01 Jan 2013, business.mega.mu

The North-Eastern Japan Shaken by a Violent Earthquake

An earthquake of magnitude 7.3 occurred Friday, December 7 off north-eastern Japan and a tsunami warning was immediately launched for the Miyagi prefecture, 300 km north of Tokyo.

07 Dec 2012, business.mega.mu

Travel Survey: Japan Rules for Food, China the Least Friendliest for Travelers

Japan is the best food destination for travelers while Africa has the worst reputation for food, according to results from a Travelzoo survey. The survey also found that Japan was picked as the friendliest for travelers (16.9 percent) while China was the least friendly.

24 Oct 2012, business.mega.mu

China: After Anti-Japanese Outbursts, Time For "Rational Patriotism"

After the excesses and violence that marked the anti-Japanese demonstrations in the wake of the decision to Tokyo to "nationalize" the Senkaku (Diaoyu in Chinese), the time is now'' 'patriotism rational ".

24 Sep 2012, business.mega.mu

Japan is Looking for New Capital

Almost sixteen months after the events in Fukushima, Japan is already preparing for another disaster. The country's government is considering moving to another city in case of tsunami or earthquake, reports RT.

23 Jul 2012, business.mega.mu

Dealers fret ban on Japanese cars

Vehicle importers are currently facing a crisis as nearly 25 car showrooms are out of vehicle or have only one or two cars. They are still waiting for the new regulation concerning radioactivity but many are disappointed. This was stated by Zaid Ameer, president of Dealers of Imported Vehicles Association (DIVA). On May 28, three [...]

01 Jun 2011, The Independent Daily

Import of Japanese cars under scrutiny

According to a communiqué issued by the Ministry of Industry and Commerce on Tuesday, the Consumer Protection (Control of Imports) Regulations 1999 were amended on May 23. From now on, for any imports from Japan, an original Certificate of Conformity issued by Bureau Veritas (Japan) has to be submitted on the arrival of the second-hand [...]

25 May 2011, The Independent Daily

Radiation fears lock up 4 vehicles

Four vehicles from Japan, including two cars, have been placed in isolation in the port on Friday afternoon after that they reached the country. Once the vehicles arrived, the officers of the Radiation Protection Authority verified the vehicles and isolated them. The vehicles have been placed in a 40-feet container where all suspicious products are [...]

23 Apr 2011, The Independent Daily