The Asia Pacific Smart Cities Forum is a way of building a platform where overseas and local companies converge to explore new business opportunities and take the lead in the smart cities movement.
Which is the safest city in the world?
Have you ever left your phone in a bus or forgotten your wallet on a park bench? I think, these unfortunate incidents happen every day all around the world. But have you ever gotten your important possession back? That's the question.
you lose something in public, there is a greater chance that you find
what are you looking for with
Tokyo police. They
to keep all lost and found items for around six
conclude, I have to say that Japan is an extremely safe country in
live and travel. Even when walking alone at night, there is a very
will be a victim of confrontational violence in Tokyo.
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