Her father was Japanese and had married Kusuma Tidsri, who is now 40, and abandoned her just three months into her pregnancy, she said. Her mother had returned home to give birth. Grandma Lamai told reporters her daughter had gone to Bangkok to find work and ended up marrying a Japanese man who was years-old at the time. Ms Chatiyamol said she had constantly been trying to get more information from her mother, only to end up with very little.
The country is facing a steep population decline as a growing number of youngsters abstain from sex and avoid romantic relationships. One woman, when asked why they think 64 per cent of people in the same age group are not in relationships, said she thought men "cannot be bothered" to ask the opposite sex on dates because it was easier to watch internet porn. The number of births dropped below one million in Japan for the first time last year, according to the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare. Japan's National Institute of Population and Social Security Research predicts that the country's current population of million will decline by nearly 40 million by The fertility crisis has left politicians scratching their heads as to why youngsters are not having more sex.
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Parents and child safety experts concerned about the online activities of teenagers have been particularly nervous about a Web site called Stickam, which allows its , registered users, age 14 and older, to participate in unfiltered live video chats using their Web cameras. On its Web site and in press reports, Stickam says that it is owned by Advanced Video Communications, or AVC, a three-year-old Los Angeles company that sells video conferencing and e-commerce services to businesses in Japan and other Asian countries. But according to Alex Becker, a former vice president at Stickam, and internal company documents, Advanced Video Communications is managed and owned by Wataru Takahashi, a Japanese businessman who also owns and operates DTI Services, a vast network of Web sites offering live sex shows over Web cameras.