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Newsademic Issue 353 Reiwa era begins in Japan

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Japan has a new emperor. His reign marks the beginning of the ‘Reiwa’ era. Japan has the world’s oldest hereditary monarchy. Akihito, the new emperor’s father, abdicated. He is the first emperor to do so in 200 years. In our latest issue, we explain why he chose to stand down and how each emperor’s reign. or era, is named and recorded.


Also in this issue:

  • Land-to-river silicon hippos*
  • People in Spain vote again*
  • Goldman Environmental Prizes awarded
  • Everest – world’s highest clean-up
  • Leonardo Da Vinci quincentenary
  • New Moon hypothesis*
  • Antidote for box jellies*
  • Ross Ice Shelf study*
  • Relocating Indonesia’s capital*
  • Coronation and election in Thailand*
  • Guyana – poorest to richest*

…and much more!
(those with an * have accompanying activities/worksheets).

 

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