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    <h1 class="headlines"><strong>Hachiko</strong></h1>
    <h3 class="headlines">THE WORLD'S MOST INSPIRING DOG</h3>
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      <p class="summary"><h4><strong><em>Remembered for remarkable loyalty to his owner &mdash; which continued for ten years after his owner's death &mdash; Hachiko has been held up in Japanese culture as an example of loyalty and fidelity. 
      <h3><strong>Hachiko's Remarkable Life</strong></h3>
        <li><strong>1922 </strong> - Born November, 23 1923</li>
        <li><strong>1924 </strong> - Dr. Hidesaburo Ueno, a professor in the agriculture deparment at the University of Tokyo, takes Hachiko as a pet</li>
          <li id="wow">Remarkably, during Professor Ueno's life, Hachiko greeted him at the end of each day at the nearby Shibuya Train Station!</li>
        <li><strong>1925 </strong> - The pair continued their daily routine until May, 1925, when Professor Ueno did not return: He suffered a cerebral hemorrhage at work and died</li>
          <li id="wow"><em>For the next nine years, Hachiko waited at the Shibuya Train Station for his master's return!</em></li>
        <li><strong>1932 </strong> - One of Professor Ueno's students, Hirokichi Saito, frequently visits Hachiko and publishes several articles about Hachiko's loyalty, placing Hachiko in the national spotlight</li>
        <li><strong>1932 </strong> - After an article about Hachiko appears in the newspaper <em>Asahi Shimbun</em>, people start to bring Hachiko treats while he was on his vigil of waiting for Professor Ueno</li>
        <li><strong>1934 </strong> - A bronze statue of Hachiko is erected at Shibuya station &mdash; <em>Hachiko is present at its unveiling </em></li>
        <li><strong>1935 </strong> - Hachiko passes away at age 12 on March 8, 1935 and is buried beside Professor Ueno in Aoyama Cemetary, Tokyo</li>
        <li><strong>1948 </strong> - Hachiko's statue, which was recycled for the war effort, is recreated by the son of the original artist</li>       
        <li><strong>1987 </strong> - The story of Hachiko's life is told in the Japanese movie Hachiko Monogatari (literally "The Tale of Hachiko") and was considered a blockbuster success</li>        
        <li><strong>2004 </strong> - Two books about Hachiko are published, "Hachiko: The True Story of a Loyal Dog" and "Hachiko Waits"</li>
        <li><strong>2009 </strong> - Hachi: A Dog's Tale, starring actor Richard Gere, is released</li>        
        <li><strong>2011 </strong> - Scientists settle the cause of Hachiko's death: terminal cancer and a filaria infection</li>
        <li><strong>2015 </strong> - The Faculty of Agriculture of the University of Tokyo constructed a bronze statue, depicting Professor Ueno returning to meet Hachikō.</li>        
    <blockquote class="shadow">Famous quotation:<br/><em><strong>
      "Woof, woof !  Woof, woof, woof !"
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    <p>To learn more about Hachiko, please visit this link: 
      <a href="" target="_blank">Learn more</a>


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