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School Lunch in Japan!


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 By T.V. Antony Raj

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School Lunch in Japan

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The lunch period is a learning period in Japanese schools and is used to inculcate the essence of the Japanese culture.

Lunch time is more than just eating. It provides an opportunity for the children to learn discipline, proper manners, hygiene and courtesy before, during and after a meal.

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Reuse, and Reduce Recycling


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Myself . By T.V. Antony Raj .

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For some peculiar reason, despite the fact that the 3Rs of waste management are “reduce, reuse, recycle” most people and even governments only seem to understand them as being “recycle, recycle, recycle” and reuse is, literally, being ignored like a poor stepchild or orphan. – Michael Smith (Veshengro)

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I believe reusing product packaging is ecologically more sensible than sending them to landfills, dump-yards or incinerating.

Many of us can still remember the days when we drank soda, beer, and milk contained in reused bottles.

Most logistical issues that we face now can be resolved if manufacturers and suppliers world-wide used an interchangeable standard range of containers such as bottles, jars, etc., to package their products. For example, they can easily reuse the same bottle to contain Pepsi, Coke, or milk interchangeably.

What do you say?