Japan's youths make lives out from realities, some by DIY

Updated: 2011-02-15 19:44


Twitter Facebook Myspace Yahoo! Linkedin Mixx

Japan's youths make lives out from realities, some by DIY
Web designer Megumi Kawashima, 27, speaks during an interview in Tokyo's Akihabara district November 27, 2010. The fracturing of the post-World War Ⅱ system that propelled Japan's economy to the No.2 global spot -- a status now lost to China -- has pushed many youths to seek security by trying to cling to what remains. But for others, the uncertainty itself is giving birth to a do-it-yourself mindset that could generate welcome dynamism. Picture taken November 27, 2010.[Photo/Agencies]


Ear We Go

China and the world set to embrace the merciful, peaceful year of rabbit

Preview of the coming issue
Carrefour finds the going tough in China
Maid to Order

European Edition


Mysteries written in blood

Historical records and Caucasian features of locals suggest link with Roman Empire.

Winning Charm

Coastal Yantai banks on little things that matter to grow

New rules to hit property market

The State Council launched a new round of measures to rein in property prices.

Top 10 of 2010
China Daily in Europe
The Confucius connection