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   Yuki Yoshida  (Age:86-year-6-month-old)
           "Grateful to be alive and active!" 
The above photos, the left is the one taken coincidentally right on the very day and moment when the Huge and dreadful earthquake hit in Eastern Japan on March 11, 2011. You could see this in "Atomic bomb survivor credits desire to learn for living 'four lives'(The JAPAN Times, August 4, 2012). The middle is the one taken on the day when my passport was renewed in the Japanese Embassy in Manila on September 11, 2014, with another termination date of Ten years, 2024, meaning I would be 93-year-old with the necessity for the next renewal with another termination of 103 years old! Yes!? The necessity would come again! Ha. Far the right one is the one taken in October, 2017 in my office.

The followings are some of my writing records in English publicly opened. The Japanese editions of this kind are far the more, though.... 
    Articles written in English:not in order

著書・執筆実績・懸賞論文(冊子・雑誌・単行本等)記録
      (My visual publication record in Japanese)
The columns for my regular writing in the past 
"A-bomb survivor testimony based on the three viewpoints"and
"(Open letter) Dear Mr. President Obama"
"Atomic bomb survivor credits desire to learn for living 'four lives' (The JAPAN Times, August 4, 2012, by KRIS KOSAKA)
 Calabarzon Breaking News 
 "A-bomb and Me"
Special corner for introduction of the Philippines and its people
The mission for Hibakushas --Needs for building consensus for the Reconciliation between the a-bomb dropper and the sufferers 
Sister Hiroko's deathInternet information & Yoshida blogs 
                  
 「An episode about Yoshida and Mrs. Ann Adams, polio artist
                                                

                           Since 10th March, 2001
                                    Japanese  
                           Sunday, May 20, 2018

This website of mine is some 17 years old. Apart from whether good or not, the volume itself is not small! Just try to click "The Data Size(The Editing volume)". If edited into book form it would be as big as some "A few dozens"!
               English top site records(End of the day) 
                  Japanese top site records(End of the day) 
  (The below photos are the ones before moving to the Philippines)
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I was then in the third stage of my life as a business consultant, maverick consultant firm, LOGITANT, Inc., meaning "Logistic and Logical Consultant. Logistic comes from my own experience of managing a trucking industry company, years later developing into what I called "Seven group companies". "Logic" came from my personal life philosophy of "logical thinking and behavior".

The fourth from left is the one depicting "My  9-minutes-speech in Las Vegus in the International conference of SAM(The Society for Advancement of Management)". I was then the president of Hiroshima branch chapter of the SAM(The Society for Advancement of Management). The award was "Material Handling Award". The attendants were some 300, business persons, university professors and the graduate students, one third each. My dear memory was "Huge standing ovation with whistles" occurred and continued even after returned to my table on the stage!!

Thus after spending my first , second and third stages of my life as a top business person, I am in this soil of the Philippines playing what I call "The fourth life". My expectation would be the 5th life in which I would call "The final fifth stage of my life for writing my final personal history".

One thing that is worthy of depicting here and I feel proud of is that an almost-100-year-old trucking company in Shimbashi, Tokyo which was used be my 10-year-old client until leaving Japan is still and will be using Yoshida-written book as a sort of text for the newly-employed managers. The book is "Yoshida's Advice to the Professional Truck Drivers"(Japanese Edition) plays a sort of its text.
I have its English translation of the Contents."English Contents" is it.
                                                                   
      

                                                       

  "Today's Event special", Editor YOSHIDA selected special
                                           The past records
This column is supposed to be closed due to the fact that it happens that the contents 
sometimes overlap with that of "today@VOA".

                         The Editor's memo for this day!  
                                Wednesday, May 16, 2018
     The Japanese language article.「焦点:米大使館移転で中東緊迫化、「エルサレム問題」とは何かREUTERSロイター:2018.5.16. Stephen Farrell:翻訳:伊藤典子 編集:下郡美紀) has the following set of photos concerned. Just for fun, I bring them here for the English language visitors...
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                    today@VOA & NYTimes.com
This column is for editing what I call "the illustrated stories" with photos related with the events and news, so that the visitors could enjoy the stories in a visual ways. The former, "today@VOA" deals with historical events with the exception of week-ends, and the latter with stories who lived and dead with more than a hundred years old of his or her lives. My interest in the latter one comes from my strong will of living more than a hundred of years trying to make it with a thought of my mother who lived until 102, or my personal wish and will to live a life of the so-called "The longest lived Hibakusha(A-bomb survivor) with my thought of "Ms. Elbina Deans, the longest-lived suruvivor of the Titanic", and another target of a 119-year-old Filipina, Puerto Princesa, with the title of oldest living person in the Guinness  Book of World Records.  

                                       No.443(may.19, 2018)
       "On May 18, 1980, disaster strikes when Mount St. Helens erupts. "   
This event was the one I happened to select for the
column in "Events May 18, Yoshida-selected" on the very day of May 18, the real time from the Wikipedia, which means "The VOA selection of the Event on May 18" happened to be coincided to Yoshida's selection. The only difference between the two is made with a line of additional words in red letters " Mount St. Helens went from 9,600 feet high to only 8,300 feet high in a matter of seconds!!!"   
                                                      
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On This Day in American History
On May 18, 1980, disaster strikes when Mount St. Helens in Washington State erupts. The resulting avalanche kills 57 people as ash from the volcanic eruption reaches as far away as Minnesota. The area was evacuated before the eruption, but many residents refused to leave. (Photo: Mount St. Helens in Washington state is seen erupting in April 1980.)

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                           "1980 Mount St. Helens erupts(HISTORY)"

                                       No.441(may.18, 2018)
       "On May 17, 1954, the US Supreme Court forces an end to racial..."  
      I sure took much time editing this heart-warming event story!! I pay my biggest respect to "Linda Brown", the link of which I pasted in honor of this heroine. While editing, I felt my  heart getting hot with my respect to her! She was born in 1939, 8-year-old younger than me. I pray she would have a splendid life with more and more excellent accomplishments!!!! 
    "Linda Brown Biography(BIOGRAPHY)", in which says; "...Death Brown passed away in her longtime hometown of Topeka on March 25, 2018. Although her family wouldn't comment, Kansas Governor Jeff Colyer paid tribute to the woman who sparked one of the landmark cases in American history: "Sixty-four years ago a young girl from Topeka brought a case that ended segregation in public schools in America," he tweeted. "Linda Brown's life reminds us that sometimes the most unlikely people can have an incredible impact and that by serving our community we can truly change the world."
     It was only less than three months ago that she passed away...Amen! May her spirit sleep in peace...For another information about her life, please click "Activist, Civil Rights Activist (1942–2018)". 
                                                       
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On This Day in American History
On May 17, 1954, the US Supreme Court forces an end to racial segregation in US schools. In deciding Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, the justices rule that separate public schools for black and white students are unconstitutional. (Photo: The members of the US Supreme Court that ruled unanimously to end racial segregation in public schools.)

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                    "1954 Brown v. Board of Ed is decided"(HISTORY)

    An episode about Yoshida and Mrs. Ann Adams, polio artistPlease click: "Mrs Ann Adams, polio artist" & "Ann Adams" for more information!!

         This editor's hidden talent is the English recitation of                       1. "Lord's Prayer2. "The Lion's Code of Ethics"  3. "Youth "
                    4.  "Lincoln's Gettysburg's Address"   5. "My Way "
I am fond of English language. My history of English language studying dates back when I was in night-time high school. I was obliged to give up higher education because of my father's early death right after the Hiroshima atomic bomb drop.