Communism is also the same as colonialism and imperialism in the sense of that there is beautiful logic. Everyone shares all the means of production. Everyone shares the products born thereby. And we can create an equal, equitable and happy society with no difference in rich and poor. It is logic that is too … Continue reading Ultimate Competitive Society Or Ability-ism Are The Society Of Brute Beasts.
Why so many Japanese people think it's so important to learn English in the first place? As I wrote They have no choice. At university, classes conducted in English are increasing. In job hunting activities, you will be asked about English exam scores. Even in the news, I hear such topics frequently, such as … Continue reading Misunderstandings of English in Japan
Oh wow. I rarely watch TV news though guess what I just saw... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2DQXelLwfdc This anonymous genius street artist Banksy, self-destructed his work right after it was sold for 1.4 dollars. Detail's, of course, on internet news already so you can look it up. I never seen a delightful news like this … Continue reading Banksy Shreds Rotten Capitalism
Routine Job and Non-Routine Job Routine task's world it was more in our muscular energy that was exploited and now it's your capacity of innovation. Those repetitive tasks are disappearing but it has transformed this request for creativity into a new imperative important. You need to be creative, it's not the same … Continue reading The Meaning Of Being Creative In Capitalism
The fact that minimalists are exposed on Japanese TV and the number of them are increasing. There was something to worry about opinions on that TV program. That is, "Waste creates culture, minimalist is its enemy." Discussions started on the theme of "Are minimalists who don't have things happy?" in the studio. Among them, … Continue reading Is the Minimalist an Enemy of Culture? An Objection to the Opinion “Waste is Culture”
So today I was regularly doing my job as always, and when I came back to the office, a guy of the coordination division and my boss asked me to come to a assembly room. Just three of us. They slowly started to talk to me. Of course about "Business manner" LOL First I need … Continue reading Random Update About Japanese Company ~Business Manner~
As a characteristic of the Japanese, there is a image of "clean heart" such as caring, courtesy is right, but sometimes they give different impressions. Japanese people actually viewed from overseas have a negative image such as self-expression being passive, being too concerned about eye-catching, humility being rather self-destructive. Where is the nature of such … Continue reading Which is Virtue? “Culture of shame” Rooted in Japanese and “Culture of Sin” in Other Countries.