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Posted in: Pregnant workers in Japan's controversial intern program face abuse See in context

Looking at the comments in the article, I think Japan should really think about changing their rules about foreign workers especially trainees.

Unlike English, Japanese language is a huge barrier to overcome giving Japan the higher ground when negotiating working conditions and salary.

While we should continue to force Japan to change its ways in treating trainees, we also should be prepared to learn Japanese language, respect Japanese culture, and accept that Japan is still scared of letting foreigners inside because of the 3 things I just mentioned above.

Same in our home country, you can't get a decent salary if you're uneducated, can't read/write, can't cope with change. Why come to Japan and cry about how you get lower salary than native Japanese.

Just saying.

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Posted in: Japan's agricultural exports exceed ¥1 tril for 1st time See in context


What about Fukushima? Can you show us the bad effects of products from fukushima today?

Thanks! I'll wait for your research.

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