Q. Why do many Japanese people live to an old age?
Why do many Japanese people live to an old age?
Nabi Tajima was the world’s oldest person from the 19th century who died at the age of 117. She lived through many changes and had nine children. Her descendants include great-great-great grandchildren.
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The first world and the third world countries. There are 195 countries around the world. Which country are you from? Different surveys show us the list of the best countries and the most powerful countries in the world. we can see that countries differ from culture, tradition, beliefs, and most especially with the technological advancement and lifestyle. We dream of stepping into a foreign for the purpose of travelling or getting a better job. Countries are given a label based on the most rampant social problems that they're facing. Whichever country we are, we don't have the right to criticize other countries for their flaws rather help them by suggesting a good solution for the problem.
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