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    japan_cynic

    making people sell ridiculous quantities of nengajo and punishing them if they fail?

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    timeon

    shouting at your student that he's a piece a sh*t, he will be a failure in anything he will ever try to do and his life is of no value whatsoever and therefore is meaningless to keep on living, and he should commit suicide right now, jump of a window or so. an approximate translation from the Japanese. here, who've just had the pleasure to know my boss (fortunately I was not that student)

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    volland

    I fail to see a problem here.... can someone explain.

    I have worked in many countries and whereever you go, everywhere it is the custom, if someone behaves like that you simply tell him to stick it, turn around and walk away after picking up your oay-check. If you prefer to be a slave, be a slave, nothing wrong with it. If you enjoy making compromises and be treated like a floor rag, far be it from me to stop me. But, please, stop complaining and whining.... Where is the problem?

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    globalwatcher

    Japanese words implying negative connotations such as "Anta", "Omae", and "Bakkayaroo" are a verbal harrasement.

    I hear these words often spoken to other Japanese and my heart drops. Why can't they speak more politely with a mutual respect? Stop this verbal harrasement and do not shout to others.

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    cracaphat

    The kind that forced that 18 year old baseball player to stay against his will in Japan.

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    Thunderbird2

    I fail to see a problem here.... can someone explain.

    I have worked in many countries and whereever you go, everywhere it is the custom, if someone behaves like that you simply tell him to stick it, turn around and walk away after picking up your oay-check. If you prefer to be a slave, be a slave, nothing wrong with it. If you enjoy making compromises and be treated like a floor rag, far be it from me to stop me. But, please, stop complaining and whining.... Where is the problem?

    The problem with that particular remedy is that you no longer have a job in a climate where jobs are difficult to get... especially when you need references and have to explain why you left your previous job. What is so difficult to understand?

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