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February 27, 2003

When in Rome...or Tokyo

The latest Pop Vox column on the site asks Japanese people on the streets of Shibuya whether foreigners in Japan should speak more Japanese or whether the locals should speak more English. One young woman says, "If foreigners use simple English to talk to Japanese people, I think that is fine. It is really a matter of whether you are willing to listen to someone or not." Read more...

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