Tim Janakos interviews for the 2nd time on Niigata FM Port Radio after wining the Niigata Power Song Competition 

For the second year in a row, singer/song writer, Tim Janakos was interviewed on the Move-On Street show on FM Port, Radio, Niigata, Japan. This time his interview was to announce the winning of the Niigata Power, song competition. The first year of the competition, he took the Audience Choice award, but this year he won the grand prize. From this contest he won a 3 songs recording contract with a local Niigata Indies Label, Oto no Hakko. They will record his first all Japanese CD this year and…

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Tim Janakos Win's the Niigata Power Song Competition Grand Prize. 

Tim Janakos gets selected for the second year in a row, for the finalist competition of the Niigata Power Song Competition. He was one of the only acts who out of more than 200 entries got selected two years in a row. But unlike the 2012 competition, where he won the audience choice award, this year he won the grand price and got a free recording deal with Otonohako, Ltd.

I'm now a certified Emotion Code practitioner. And you owe it to yourself to try this out. 

Hello my friends around the world I AM FINALLY A CERTIFIED PRACTITIONER OF THE EMOTION CODE HEALING PROGRAM designed/discovered by Dr. Bradley Nelson After the last 7 months of working on my wife, myself, on friends, family members and many of their pets, I finally finished my certification with many great results of healings on many people and animals. And now my certification materials have all been approved and I am now certified. I really want to thank all the people around the world,…

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A speech Tim gave recently in Japan. 

More Powerful Than Nuclear Weapons By Tim Janakos The religion, Buddhism originated from the desire of one person to understand why people were suffering and how they could overcome their sufferings and create value in their lives. The historical Buddha was a prince in India, who left his kingdom, giving up his father’s wish for him to become king. He made this decision during his youth, when he discovered that people all around his kingdom were suffering, from things such as sickness, old age and…

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Nichiren the Buddha of Japan 

Nichiren, The Buddha of Japan by Tim Janakos (ティム・ジャナコス) (C) 2010 Second American Renaissance Press Published in The Collected Writings From Soka University of America http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.lulu.com%2Fproduct%2Fpaperback%2Fthe-collected-writings-from-soka-university-of-america%2F5955812&h=89710 Buddhism in Japan has been marked by both the most famous and most infamous of Buddhists. It has many different sects, from the most orthodox to the extremely bizarre and esoteric.…

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Tim's all northern Japan summer tour facebook diary. 

Oct 30th at 6:00pm - Location Every musicing spot in Japan I can find. And looking for homestays for one night in each city Created By Tim Janakos (ティム・ジャナコス) After going to Nagaoka, Joetsu, Yuzawa (I really played at the Yuzawa Station just to get out of the rain, but I sold one CD) Nagano, Sendai, Yamaga, Kanazawa, Toyama, Fukushima, Koriyama Morioka, Matsumoto, Takasaki, Yamanashi, Iwaki and Mito, Timoty is now going back to Koriyama to stay at the house of the Superintendent of School, who…

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2 weeks of filming of Tim's first music video in Japan. 

It's been a great week in Niigata (Japan). Music video director, Edward Mendoza, from Hollywood arrived last Monday at Narita Airport (Japan). We started filming last night on the opening and closing scenes of the video. The amazing co-star of the two scenes, Mika Walker, did a great job and the make-up artist Satomi Ishizuka made sure we kept to our parts. Looking forward to another great day of filming this Saturday all over Niigata, city. See it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XQjlkZW5bM0

Tim's Personal Statement for Application to Queen's University Belfast, School of Philosphy, Politics and International Studies. 

To whom it may concern I am honored and happy for the opportunity to apply for this MA scholarship in Comparative Ethnic Conflict at Queens University Belfast (QUB). I feel everything over the last 10-15 years has led me to become a perfect candidate for this scholarship I read many years ago, Columbia University President, Levine's comment to Soka University of America (SUA) founder, Daisaku Ikeda, that “Education is the slowest means to social change, but the only means.” Because of this quote and…

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