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The 64-year-old puts around 10 children as young as seven through their paces in her tatami-mat dojo in the small town of Toma, more than 900 km north of Tokyo on the island of Hokkaido.
Tokyo's Mori Art Museum presents blockbuster exhibition, featuring some of the biggest names in Japan's contemporary art scene.
The construction of the Siam-Burma railway, aka the Death Railway, claimed tens of thousands of lives. Among them was a large group of Sikhs, whose role was little known.
Documentary 'The Weight Of Gold' explores depression and suicide among the world’s top athletes and what should be done to address the problem.
Japanese women were still struggling with deep-rooted patriarchy that ranges from wage gaps with men to archaic laws that inadequately protect them from violence.
Former Kenyan weightlifting Olympian trains her both daughter and granddaughter in the sport.