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Angkor Wat and Asian Tourism: Hordes bring money, but at what cost?

Recession Eats Up Japanese Careers, Lives

The Japanese Court, Mitsubishi and Corporate Resistance to Chinese Forced Labor Redress (Japanese translation available))

"I just want to make Japan a better place to live": Korean national blocked from promotion by Tokyo government vows to fight on

Women and Japan's New Poor

Koizumi reforms create 'hidden underdogs'

Japan's Third Way: A Public Intellectual Confronts Japan's Economic Stagnation

Now Is the Time to Reclaim Rural Japan: Toward Societal Renewal

Race to the Bottom? Japanese Multinational Firms and the Future of the Lifetime Employment System

Forty Million Missing Girls: Land, Population Controls and Sex Imbalance in Rural China