Japan’s independent kids

Japan’s independent kids

The Ando family are not unique. You see, Japanese families encourage their children to travel to and from school alone every single day. By Western standards, Japanese culture emphasises independence and self-reliance from an extraodinarily young age. In fact, one of Japan’s most loved and longest running TV shows, is called My First Errand, In […]

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Why Japanese Don’t Like Foreigners

Why Japanese Don’t Like Foreigners

this video is brought to you by Squarespace my go-to for making websites more on this in a bit so have you guys ever wondered what Japanese people are really thinking well in this video I wanted to share with you guys some of the things that they never tell you but they’re actually thinking […]

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How immigrants and their children affect the US economy | Robert Kaplan

GDP is comprised of growth in the workforce and then growth in productivity. So if you have slowing workforce growth that tells you that’s going to create a real headwind for GDP growth. It means that if you’re going to have more than sluggish GDP growth, you’re going to need more growth from productivity. Immigrants […]

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Introduction – Japanese Lesson 1

Introduction – Japanese Lesson 1

Konnichiwa! Let’s start today’s lesson. We are going to learning greetings. The first one is “good morning”, the casual one. “Ohayou.” It sounds like Ohio, right? Okay, please repeat. “Ohayou.” The formal one is “ohayou” plus “gozaimasu.” Put together, it’s “ohayou gozaimasu.” Good afternoon is “konnichiwa.” Good evening is “konbanwa.” Goodbye, you may know this […]

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What kind of Asian are you?

What kind of Asian are you?

Hi there! Hi! Nice day huh? Yeah, finally, right? Where you from. Your English is perfect. San Diego. We speak English there. where… are you… from??? Well I was born in Orange County, but I never actually lived there. I mean, before that. Before I was born? Well, where are your people from? Well, my […]

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The power of culture in a global society – discover your cultural heritage | Nahomi Aso | TEDxTohoku

The power of culture in a global society – discover your cultural heritage | Nahomi Aso | TEDxTohoku

(Music) (Music and singing) (Music ends) Hello, everyone. My name is Nahomi Aso. I perform and teach traditional Japanese dance, under the stage name Wakayagi Baikyo. I live in Shiroishi, to the south of Sendai. The children you saw earlier are my students from Shiroishi. They come to my Japanese dance class offered for free […]

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Interesting K-POP culture – What happened to Sana?

Interesting K-POP culture – What happened to Sana?

[Music] today let me remind you of the thing happen to sana sana posted on her Instagram it was in Japanese as a person who was born in Heisei era I feel a little sad about the end O’Hara but the king ray I are happily let’s meet today bright Sun Korea reacted negatively to […]

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Oimachi Pop culture Festa 2019 ft. Yuriko Tiger / Miho Ichishi / Sasakichi

Oimachi Pop culture Festa 2019 ft. Yuriko Tiger / Miho Ichishi / Sasakichi

Please introduce yourself! Hello, my name is Yuriko Tiger! I am 25 years old and I moved to Japan 6 years ago. I am an artist and cosplayer based in Tokyo! What do you think about today’s event? I think many of today’s visitors experience pop culture for the first time! I am very moved […]

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How Chicano Lowrider Culture Found a Home in Japan

How Chicano Lowrider Culture Found a Home in Japan

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