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'Lady Maiko,' or how to say 'the rain in Spain' in Japanese

Jul 08 2015

TORONTO Masayuki Suo, best known for his original Japanese version of the Hollywood hit "Shall We Dance?," has directed a new movie musical that might best be described as "My Fair Lady" in a kimono.

'Lady Maiko,' or how to say 'the rain in Spain' in Japanese

Jul 07 2015

TORONTO Masayuki Suo, best known for his original Japanese version of the Hollywood hit "Shall We Dance?," has directed a new movie musical that might best be described as "My Fair Lady" in a kimono.

'Lady Maiko,' or how to say 'the rain in Spain' in Japanese

Jul 07 2015

TORONTO Masayuki Suo, best known for his original Japanese version of the Hollywood hit "Shall We Dance?," has directed a new movie musical that might best be described as "My Fair Lady" in a kimono.

"Lady Maiko," or how to say "the rain in Spain" in Japanese

Jul 07 2015

TORONTO, July 7 Masayuki Suo, best known for his original Japanese version of the Hollywood hit "Shall We Dance?," has directed a new movie musical that might best be described as "My Fair Lady" in a kimono.

Disabled wrestlers in Japan challenge stereotypes in film 'Doglegs'

May 08 2015

TORONTO Filmmaker Heath Cozens hopes to smash stereotypes about the disabled with his new documentary "Doglegs," about a handicapped pro-wrestling league in Japan.

Disabled wrestlers in Japan challenge stereotypes in film 'Doglegs'

May 08 2015

TORONTO Filmmaker Heath Cozens hopes to smash stereotypes about the disabled with his new documentary "Doglegs," about a handicapped pro-wrestling league in Japan.

Uniqlo expects profit at U.S. stores in 'couple of years'

Sep 17 2014

Japanese fashion retailer Uniqlo aims to turn a profit at its small but expanding U.S. network of stores within the next couple of years, the company's top U.S. executive, Larry Meyer, said.

Frozen grapes gathered under stars make Canada's ice wine

Jan 23 2013

BEAMSVILLE, Ontario In the Ontario town of Beamsville, about 40 kilometres (25 miles) west of Niagara Falls, a small crowd of bundled-up figures crouched in a moonlit vineyard on a frigid January night, picking a crop of hard-frozen Gewurztraminer grapes.

Frozen grapes gathered under stars make Canada's ice wine

Jan 22 2013

BEAMSVILLE, Ontario In the Ontario town of Beamsville, about 40 kilometres (25 miles) west of Niagara Falls, a small crowd of bundled-up figures crouched in a moonlit vineyard on a frigid January night, picking a crop of hard-frozen Gewurztraminer grapes.

Frozen grapes gathered under stars make Canada's icewine

Jan 22 2013

BEAMSVILLE, Ontario In the Ontario town of Beamsville, about 40 kilometers (25 miles) west of Niagara Falls, a small crowd of bundled-up figures crouched in a moonlit vineyard on a frigid January night, picking a crop of hard-frozen Gewurztraminer grapes.

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