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Cross-Cultural Realities at Work

I conducted an interview with my neighbor who has a very different cultural background than my own and who does a job that is much different than my own. I would first like to give a brief overview of things that we discussed and then I will take this information and try to answer questions…

Bushido Influence on Filipinos

We need not question the success of the country of Japan over the years and decades that have passed. Despite being a small country, they have managed to surmount others through their handwork, heart, and passion. They are globally competitive and respected in many fields such as business, medicine, and sports. It is now generally…

From the depths of despair to an international Giant – Japan’s Struggle To The Top

From the 1880’s, Japan had been advancing in technology at a rapid rate, it was only when the Second World War came in 1939 and the atomic bombs were dropped by the Americans in 1945 that Japan’s industry was mightily crushed. The loos of lives, structures and money amounted to well in the millions and…

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Why did the Japanese Invade Manchuria

Since the 1900 Japan’s economy and population had been growing rapidly. Japan had a very powerful army and navy which often dictated government policy. It has a strong industry, exporting goods to the USA and China, and had built up a healthy empire which included the Korean peninsular. The depression that occurred hit Japan particularly…

Manchuria Crisis

Firstly, Japan decided to invade Manchuria because Japan had been growing rapidly and needed to expand to gain resources and space. Manchuria was very rich with raw materials and Manchuria had good farming land and this is why Japan decided to invade Manchuria. The invasion would allow Japan to cope with the growth. Furthermore, In…

The Atomic Bombings of Japan

In my answer, I plan to evaluate the reliability of Source K, which is a film. I will have to look at why it was made, who made it, the date of the film, and its tone. This answer will show the strengths and weaknesses of the films content through this I will determine if…

Why did Perry’s mission have such a big impact on Japan

In March 1854, Matthew Perry became the first triumphant foreigner to open up Japan after a two hundred-year isolation. Perry’s mission ended Japan’s isolation, and as a result Western culture along with goods, language, food, leisure, etc. , entered Japan. Additionally, Perry forced China to sign the Treaty of Kanagwa, which in turn, forced the…

The Atomic Bombings of Japan

Source E is a speech made by President Truman on the 7th of August 1945. The president is very much in favour of the bomb and has an overall positive interpretation. He supports the use of the bomb because he felt that he was under pressure to defeat Japan in the war, he wanted revenge…

Population, Distribution, Density

Japan is a great example of an MEDC with a particular population pattern and distribution. The country, located on the western edge of the Pacific Ocean lies to the east of Asia and is made up of about 3,000 smaller islands. There are several large main islands including, from top to bottom, Hokkaido, Honshu (the…

Japan-American Relations into World War II

The attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanese and the infamous atom bomb attack on Hiroshima, Japan by the Americans were the two pinnacles of World War II between the Japanese and Americans. Although both of these attacks were extremely sudden and executed whilst the other country was unprepared, the events which led to the…

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