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A blog about communications between Japan and other cultures, particularly in business.



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Japan Intercultural Consulting's founder Rochelle Kopp and European Representative Pernille Rudlin have written a new book together, The Lowdown: Business Etiquette Japan. It's available as an audio book or ebook (Kindle) and as a BlackBerry App.
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« Globalisation » est un mot qui devint soudain à la mode au Japon dans les années 90. Vingt ans plus tard, est-il une réalité ?
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I had a conversation yesterday with someone about what books would be our top recommendations on Japanese business and culture. I found it VERY hard to answer, as I have read so many and written one too! But here's what I came up with.
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My books on English Resumes and Interviewing in English are also available in Chinese
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This book is avowedly “student centred”, created by students of Parissa Haghirian at Sophia University in Tokyo, Japan, without much noticeable intervention from her, although I am sure the "behind the scenes" support she gave was immense.
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