If someone wants to go, he or she must be really interested in japanese culture not only in an international experience, especially if that person is western. It is easier to live in Japan if you like the culture and if you are really willing to learn the language.
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I chose the courses "The Development of the Japanese economy" and "Asian Industrial Systems". The first one gave a very good overview of the development of the Japanese economy since 1945, and introduced the students to the characteristics of Japanese management. We also took a study visit to a Japanese manufacturer. The class "Asian Industrial Systems" was offered by a former employee of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). He invited a lot of professionals from the field as guest speakers. Thus, we could listen to experienced people discussing their experiences as employees of the IMF or ADB in Manila or Toyko, Bangkok or Singapur.
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