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Japan has been mesmerised by young Yamato Tanooka, who survived six nights alone after his angry parents abandoned him by the side of a mountain road on the northern island of Hokkaido on May 28.
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He was discovered Friday morning sheltering in a hut on a military drill field some 5.5 kilometers from where he had been left.
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Takayuki Tanooka, father of seven-year-old Yamato Tanooka who was found alive nearly a week after his parents left him in a forest, speaks to reporters. AFP
“I said to him, ‘Dad made you go though such a hard time. I am sorry Cheap Jordan Retro For Sale ,’” the elder Tanooka told broadcaster TBS in footage aired Monday.
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Local reports said he had suffered slight dehydration and minor scars on his arms and legs. His weight, originally about 22 kilograms, was down about two kilograms.
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Local police said Monday they won’t file any criminal charges but have referred the case to a child welfare center as a case of possible mental abuse, the Hokkaido Shimbun newspaper and other reports said. The center will decide on whether the parents’ actions could be considered child abuse after interviewing them and the boy, Kyodo reported.
Seven-year-old Yamato Tanooka was found alive nearly a week after his parents left him in a forest
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The child told them he would walk around the drill field on sunny days but did not wander far. He heard the sound of helicopters and the cries of wild animals but no people, Jiji said, citing police.
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Yamato also said that because he was afraid of the forest, he walked about five hours in the dark along a path until he came to the hut, the report added.
Other reports said the boy saw no one until the soldier found him on Friday but he believed his family must be looking for him.
Yamato’s parents have been severely criticised for forcing him out of their car to teach him a lesson for throwing stones at cars and people.
The elder Tanooka said he was angry because the boy had recently been scolded at school for hitting cars with a wooden stick.
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The contrite dad bowed and apologised in front of reporters on Friday after being reunited with Yamato for what he admitted were his “excessive” actions.
The parents originally told police their son got lost while on a family outing to gather wild vegetables. Tanooka said they lied at first because they feared social censure and possibly being questioned by police as abusive parents.
BEIJING， July 7 (Xinhua) -- In the Beijing of 2020， downtown residents won't need to walk more than ten minutes to reach a subway station and pedestrians will breathe in less car exhaust thanks to green vehicles.
At least， that is the vision presented in a blueprint released by Beijing transportation authorities on Monday， which maps out the capital's transportation development for the next five years.X By 2020， the megacity of over 21 million people will extend its 554-km urban rail network to more than 900 km.
Buses will run faster thanks to a 1，000-km bus lane network， and the proportion of new energy buses will exceed 65 percent by 2020.
The city will also encourage bicycling as a greener way to commute， with 3，200 km of bike lanes and at least 100，000 bicycles for rent， according to the plan.
The plan calls for some roads linking Beijing to neighboring Tianjin Municipality and Hebei Province to be integrated into the public transportation system， allowing commuters to travel between the three regions with a single public transportation card.
Beijing will improve the road network in its eastern suburb of Tongzhou， which serves as a "subsidiary administrative center，" and improve road conditions in rural districts. Beijing announced last July that it would move some of its city administration out of the city center to Tongzhou District by 2017.
During the next five years， the city also expects cleaner air as infrastructure for new energy cars is upgraded and incentive policies for green automobiles expand.
An Zhiqiang， an official with the Beijing Municipal Commission of Transport， said the plan was created to address the "urban ills" of Beijing， and is expected to relieve problems such as traffic jams and inadequate public transportation.
In recent years， Beijing has taken multiple measures to make itself a more livable city with a greener environment and more convenient transportation.
The city plans to move 15 percent of its population out of the city cen