Higashikuni Naruhiko Origin/Culture/Country: Japanese
Higashikuni Naruhiko: was the 43rd Prime Minister of Japan from 17 August 1945 to 9 October 1945 for a period of 54 days. An uncle of Emperor Showa twice over, Prince Higashikuni was the only member of the Japanese imperial family to head a cabinet.Prince Naruhiko was born in Kyoto, the ninth son of Prince Kuni Asahiko (Kuni no miya Asahiko Shinno) and the court lady Terao Utako. His father, Prince Asahiko, was a son of Prince Fushimi Kuniie (Fushimi no miya Kuniie Shinno), the twentieth head of the Fushimi-no-miya
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Positive praising will encourage the child to do the good behavior. It will also boost the confidence, and the child will grow positively.
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As you know, your child the best, discuss the issues beforehand and try to get a result which is good and positive for your child.
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