• Why are Philipine people so happy when they're poor?

    Best answer: Cuz them Filipinos are innately happy, just like people from Brazil.
    Best answer: Cuz them Filipinos are innately happy, just like people from Brazil.
    8 answers · Philippines · 2 days ago
  • Where does the Buddha live?

    7 answers · China · 1 day ago
  • Why is the U. S. worried about North Korea and Japan isn't?

    Best answer: Because US media likes to bury the public in fear and hysteria. Japan is very worried and are closely monitoring the situation, but they've been concerned with neighboring NK for decades, and they have other important things to take care of.
    Best answer: Because US media likes to bury the public in fear and hysteria. Japan is very worried and are closely monitoring the situation, but they've been concerned with neighboring NK for decades, and they have other important things to take care of.
    8 answers · Japan · 2 days ago
  • Help! What state is the city Shanghai in?

    Okay, so I want to visit the world's largest starbucks I love this place and I want to go there but they say it is in Shanghai but the problem is I have no idea what state this city is in judging by demographics it could be new york or california because those states have a lot of asians but I have no idea what... show more
    Okay, so I want to visit the world's largest starbucks I love this place and I want to go there but they say it is in Shanghai but the problem is I have no idea what state this city is in judging by demographics it could be new york or california because those states have a lot of asians but I have no idea what state to find shanghai in and I need to visit this starbucks somebody please help!!!!!!!
    6 answers · China · 3 days ago
  • Where should I go? India or south Korea?

    Best answer: If you don't want to die of a wretched disease and are fine boring food and architecture, South Korea.

    If you want to see real culture and history, India.
    Best answer: If you don't want to die of a wretched disease and are fine boring food and architecture, South Korea.

    If you want to see real culture and history, India.
    6 answers · Korea · 3 days ago
  • What s your first impression of Japan?

    12 answers · Japan · 6 days ago
  • Why is the North Korean won (KPW) stronger than the South Korean Won (KRW)?

    Best answer: The GDP per capita in South Korea is roughly $28,000. The GDP per capita in North Korea is less than $600. South Korea's GDP is approximately 50 times higher than that of the North. Exchange rates don't always mirror the actual value of any given currency. This is especially true of currencies that see... show more
    Best answer: The GDP per capita in South Korea is roughly $28,000. The GDP per capita in North Korea is less than $600. South Korea's GDP is approximately 50 times higher than that of the North. Exchange rates don't always mirror the actual value of any given currency. This is especially true of currencies that see little to no usage and trade outside of one specific area. No one ever actually buys North Korean won, exchanges other currencies for it, or trades on markets using the North Korean won as a base currency. The DPRK could proclaim that the exchange rate is $5 to ₩1 North Korean won and it wouldn't make a difference.
    5 answers · Korea · 4 days ago
  • Koreans help.?

    Best answer: Speak it more frequently or be around people who speak it.
    Best answer: Speak it more frequently or be around people who speak it.
    6 answers · Korea · 4 days ago
  • If North Korea fired missiles over Japan and the missiles accidentally landed on Japan, what would happen next?

    Best answer: North Korea is not sending up missiles with live warheads. Aside from any possible damage or casualties, probably very little - there would be emergency meetings, talk about more sanctions, maybe even some street protests by the normally docile Japanese public. At best North Korea would give a non-apology apology.... show more
    Best answer: North Korea is not sending up missiles with live warheads.

    Aside from any possible damage or casualties, probably very little - there would be emergency meetings, talk about more sanctions, maybe even some street protests by the normally docile Japanese public. At best North Korea would give a non-apology apology. Cooler heads in the Oval Office might need to distract Trump with some fake polls showing how popular he is.

    And nothing will change. The only way to stop the little fat dictator in Pyongyang would be to insanely start a war and get millions of people killed, or starve the country out of existence through China and Russia cutting off all his oil and trade. And neither China or Russia has any inclination to do that.
    7 answers · Japan · 5 days ago
  • Give me 2 or more examples of a tsunami that effected Tokyo japan?

    Best answer: If you mean the 2011 Tsunami, you won't find any as the Tsunami did not affect Tokyo. The quake didn't even cause much damage to Tokyo.
    You will need to look at the Great Ansei Edo earthquake and the Great Kanto earthquake to find an earthquake + tsunami that brought havoc to Tokyo
    Best answer: If you mean the 2011 Tsunami, you won't find any as the Tsunami did not affect Tokyo. The quake didn't even cause much damage to Tokyo.
    You will need to look at the Great Ansei Edo earthquake and the Great Kanto earthquake to find an earthquake + tsunami that brought havoc to Tokyo
    5 answers · Japan · 4 days ago
  • Why is Vietnamese culture different from Thai Lao & Khmer?

    Culture as in the food cultural clothes dances
    Culture as in the food cultural clothes dances
    6 answers · Other - Asia Pacific · 5 days ago
  • Why have just little retired pay in Thailand?

    I was wondered why government doesn't help to old people? So if someone retried how he/she can pay bills, and food? Why Thailand doesn't try to help old people?
    I was wondered why government doesn't help to old people? So if someone retried how he/she can pay bills, and food? Why Thailand doesn't try to help old people?
    4 answers · Thailand · 4 days ago
  • Why do I feel so connected to Japan?

    I'm a 15 year old girl from Europe. I really love Japan. It's culture, language, music and just everything about it. I've never been to Japan or known anyone who's japanese. But I feel connected to Japan. I don't think I should be Japanese racially or anything, but I just feel as I... show more
    I'm a 15 year old girl from Europe. I really love Japan. It's culture, language, music and just everything about it. I've never been to Japan or known anyone who's japanese. But I feel connected to Japan. I don't think I should be Japanese racially or anything, but I just feel as I should've been born there. I kind of feel like I'm not where I should be. Btw I'm not a huge fan of anime, I do watch it, but I'm not obsessed or anything. Like it would be weird to be obsessed with America because of American cartoons right? So can someone please tell me why do I feel this way? Also does anyone else feel this way?
    4 answers · Japan · 4 days ago
  • Can China be considered a developed country?

    Best answer: Oh yes, while much of the country may be rural and remote, it has a huge population, lots of technology, good size manufacturing/production facilities, an impressive military and other traits of a developed country.
    Best answer: Oh yes, while much of the country may be rural and remote, it has a huge population, lots of technology, good size manufacturing/production facilities, an impressive military and other traits of a developed country.
    7 answers · China · 7 days ago