SW#403: [Inochi Wazuka] When I Became Her Slave (Complete)

inochiAt long last, the ending! This is kind of a turning point for me
as this is one of the earliest projects I ever worked on.
Some curse afflicted this story because it went through
so many editors who then disappeared, leaving it unfinished…

Until Borgler came up and here it is!
Some good old Inochi Wazuka. Enjoy!

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6 thoughts on “SW#403: [Inochi Wazuka] When I Became Her Slave (Complete)”

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    Thank you so much for your comments, Andrew. I woekrd for a major Japanese corporation for many years and have traveled to Japan many times. So I am very fond of the country and its citizens. I was prompted to write this when a dear friend of mine from Japan was visiting me recently. As she was reading the news on her computer, I saw the report come up on last year’s suicide statistics.As I mentioned, I’ve been reading Michael Zielenziger’s Shutting out the sun: how Japan created its own lost generation. He cites many Japanese experts on how to explain current psychological conditions in Japan, but I find I’m not totally satisfied with his analysis. I’m sure the explanation is much more complex, both as to why Japan has had such a difficult time recovering economically and why some Japanese citizens choose not to participate in society, whether it’s hikikomori, futoko, or suicide.I only recently saw the film All About Lily Chou-Chou, which I thought was beautifully done. There have certainly been some egregious cases of bullying in the US, but Zielenziger argues that it’s especially cruel among Japanese adolescents.

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