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It rained last week. And as I walked into the lobby of my Japanese office building, there was my coworker in front of me, the strawberry-blonde gal who speaks pretty good Japanese. And perhaps because she’d mostly mastered the language, it was surprising to note she?d failed to successfully navigate the entire minefield of Japanese … Continue reading "What I?ve Learned About Japanese Customs"
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