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CONTENTS

1 The Event Calendar
2 Disaster Prevention Guide & Map
3 What is ‘Hanko’?          
4 Debbi-san’s Question Box
5 My Experience with Japanese Habits
6 Japanese Cooking
7 Japanese Expressions
 
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2010
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My Experience with Japanese Habits 2

 

 Relationship between a superior and a staff in Japan:

  In Japan, you will be surprised at a phenomenon that a company’s superior has his lunch at the staff’s canteen with a common menu. Sometimes maybe he is the president. He wears the same uniform as a common staff.

 In Japan, the president always seems to concern about all staffs, so every member tries his best to devote to the company. All staffs’ energy coheres as a whole one, so high efficiency can occur. It is an advanced model in the modern times.

  The distance between a superior and a staff in Japan is closer than in America or in China.

  The relationship between a superior and a staff in Japan shows not only Japanese management system but also Japanese culture.

  People devote to their group, work together and share the profit, become rich together and live friendly. This is what I like Japan.

   
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