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Darion Scard comments

Posted in: How foreigners’ daily lives change when they live in Japan See in context

Ok ok ok....so we can keep going on a rant about Af or NN and their boxes in their heads, but what I want to know is this---other than swept saddening characteristics of a culture in which there has been little outside intervention/influence by the rebuttal of its own, what GOOD things have you had to 'adapt' to?

It seems like the place is dark and scary, which for people not versed in change I could understand. However, is the place not at all redeeming? I find it hard to believe, although the culture shock I can. I grew up in Georgia where it was very black/white, moved to California and was immediately brought to understand far more than I expected about other cultures. To that end I married a Latino woman and have been blessed by it over and over again.

I tend to feel like if in fact you're supposed to be there, there's gotta be a silver lining to all that rain.

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