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    Did you know that most of the cartoon shows that are on television come from Japan? Japanese popular culture has made a huge hit all over the world. There are many forms of popular art in Japan. Some know forms are anime, music, and manga. These are the most notable ones and are also what makes up most of their fan base for pop culture. Some other forms include cosplaying, contemporary art, and fashion. Cosplaying is short for “costume play” and it means to dress up as a character from sources like

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    Japan Business Customs vs. US Business Customs

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    understanding of other cultures and showing an effort to adapt to their business customs can make or break any negotiation. In order to ensure success during meetings and presentations, this short guide will outline the main aspects and differences between the United States’ and Japanese business practices with regards to the business attire, meetings and negotiations, salaries and benefits and finally the popular careers in Japan. Background The United States business culture is based on a direct

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    I chose to compare and contrast the United States culture with the culture in Japan. There are a few similarities between the two, such as a love of the arts, fashion and baseball. However they are more culturally different than similar in very major aspects. Japan is a very homogenous society made up of about 98% ethnic Japanese. They tend to put a lot of emphasis on family and communities, and value the group more than the individual (Aliasis, 2013). The social hierarchy important and members

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    between pre-WW2 Japan and post-WW2 Japan, the author constructs the novel with characters whose lives are pulled into conflicting directions that portray the changing culture of Japan during that era. In the novel Fusako, the mother of Noboru and the girlfriend of Ryuji, is a woman who is caught up by conflicts, that many post-WWII Japanese women would face, which take place in her life and are direct cause of her actions throughout the novel. Fusako’s conflicts symbolize the issues faced by post-WWII

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    The Role Change of Japan’s Culture My experiences in Japan have been surreal in that the cultural behaviors are nearly an exact opposite to those with which I had grown up. The order of daily life is solely dependent on the roles and duties of each individual. When people begin to go against the regular flow of the excepted norms, great controversy is created. Japanese culture patterns follow a specific code that is rarely altered. When they are disturbed, there is panic caused by the insecurities

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    President Theodore Roosevelt’s 1907 Gentlemen’s Agreement banned the immigration of Japanese laborers, recognizing them as a threat to the American workforce (Nakano 41). In turn, the immigration of Japanese brides increased, with around 20,000 picture brides arriving in the United States for various personal reasons between 1908 and 1920, since their entry was not prohibited by the agreement (Nakano 41). However, all of Japanese immigrants encountered American racism and discrimination. The Pearl Harbor

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    Japan and The United States Differences

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    Japan and the United States cultural and presents suggestions for improving cultural. Thus, countries culture can mean comparing and understanding the patterns, interactions, communication and dealings. Moreover, because traditions and business customs have become growing confrontation on behavior in crossing international boundaries, major changes are essential. In addition, to improve culture differences, my recommendations on becoming knowledgeable on country’s business meetings, time, business

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    her mother’s haikus because her mother writes in her native Japanese language, and Rosie does not speak it fluently, nor does she wish to. In his review of “Seventeen Syllables” in the book Masterplots II, Yasuko Akiyama insightfully notes that “Mrs. Hayashi’s English is no better than Rosie’s Japanese”, thus creating a large communication barrier Rosie did not want her mother to know concerning the “quality and quantity of Japanese she had learned in all the years now that sh... ... middle

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    Meet The World

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    Meet The World Have you stayed in other countries or met the people who have different cultures from yours? Yes, I have. I stayed in England for a year, and I have been living in the U.S for seven months. I went to two different English schools when I was in England. All students were of course from outside of England. Most of them were from Europe which is Spain, Italy and so on. Others were from the Far East like Korea, Thailand and Japan. I even met a few people who are sons of millionaires

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    the society. Power distance is the dimension that acknowledges the fact that all persons in the society are not equal. On the Power Distance Index (PDI), India ranks a higher 77 in this dimension compared to that of Japan which is 54. In the Indian culture this is rather an accepted norm by the people mostly due to the traditional caste system that is still prevalent despite it abolishment in the nation which has fixed a strict hierarchy on all levels of the society. Most decisions are made by the senior

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