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Just before leaving the hotel, a colleague mentioned at breakfast that CNN is broadcasting footage of some kind of earthquake in Japan. I did not pay much attention to that news then. Earthquakes are scary, but just having one or two mild ones is not big news in Japan, unless it is an unexceptionally huge one that causes lots of casualties. This turned out to be the case. Cars were washed up on the shore like toys, and the Tsunami was literally eating up the earth beyond what I would usually describe as coastal land. And then the Fukushima tragedy happened.
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AKB48 is the largest and most popular but by no means the only group, as well as the big names, young girls in every city don matching outfits and prance around in backstreet pubs and clubs with the hope of being spotted. The girls can perform on their own or as part of a troop but as you venture further from the big stages the ages of the girls ages seem to plummet further. On a recent trip to Tokyo I found the culture deeply disturbing, but I was particularly shocked by how normal the locals found the unsettling phenomenon. Hidden up a dank set of stairs and a poorly lit hallway was a dingy bar with a small metre squared stage in the corner. We had to wait outside while the acts prepared for their 15 minutes on the poorly constructed stage.
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Below, we look at their habits, the risks and benefits of social media use, and resources to keep youth safe online. Teens connect via mobile. Widespread and improved mobile technology means teens can access social media more easily. According to a Pew survey conducted during and , 94 percent of teens who go online using a mobile device do so daily.