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Tag Archives: Japan
Supreme Court rules in favor of deporting foreigners born there.
Rebuilding Japan: Special Scorn for ‘Flyjin’ Foreigners Who Fled Country, Telegraph (London)
Foreigners don’t seem to show a long-term interest in Japan.
Third of Young Japanese Men Not Interested in Sex, Telegraph (London)
Twice as many as two years ago.
Japan Keeps a High Wall for Foreign Labor, New York Times
Wants foreign workers and university graduates to go home.
Technological innovation: the Japanese alternative to mass immigration.
How Japan Plans to Have More Babies, Christian Science Monitor
New prime minister wants welfare programs to offset cost of raising children.
Japanese prime minister going goofy.
Japan Looks to Robots to Fill Jobs, BBC News
Getting robots to do the jobs Japanese don’t want to do.
Sun Sets on Migrants’ Japanese Dreams, Financial Times (London)
Japan sends Japanese-Brazilians back to Brazil.
Japanese have yet to discover genetics.
Asylum-Seekers Facing Destitution, Japan Times
Japanese stingy with financial support for asylum seekers.
Guidelines for Permission for Permanent Residence, Immigration Bureau of Japan
They may let you stay if you have won a Nobel Prize.
Japanese government paying immigrants to go home and never return.
Western egalitarians need to let the Japanese remain Japanese.
Japan Moves Carefully Toward Islamic Finance, Asahi (Japan) Shimbun
Islam makes inroads into Japan.
Children of unmarried foreign women eligible if Japanese father acknowledges them.
Almost 40 percent of hotels and inns don’t want foreign guests.
“Ainu Rebels” celebrate their heritage with hip-hop music.
Will Japanese-style game shows succeed in the US?
Panel wants immigrants to make up 10 percent of the population within 50 years.
Japanese are Loath to Rebuild Workforce through Immigration, Washington Post
Japanese resisting advice to open their country to foreigners.
Robots do the work Japanese won’t do.
Japanese Youth Help Compatriots Embrace Diversity, Christian Science Monitor
Not all Japanese understand the value of homogeneity.
Desperately Seeking Students, Guardian Unlimited (Manchester)
Low birth rates mean up to 40% of Japanese universities could go bust.
In Praise of Homogeneity, AR Classic Article
Japanese like being Japanese and intend to stay Japanese.
New Robot Suit to Assist Japanese Farmers, Robots-Dreams.com
Will help “difficult to replace” farm population.
Corporate Japan doing its part to boost the birthrate.
Cabinet minister: Japan needs foreign workers to keep economy growing.
20,000 In Language Pickle / Foreign Students In Need Of Specialized Japanese Teachers, Daily Yomiuri (Osaka)
Language problems arise even though the foreign-born population is only 1.63 percent of the total.
Foreign minister: “Luckily, we Japanese have yellow faces.”
Japanese Film To Show Nostalgia For ‘Bravery’ Of Kamikaze Pilots, Telegraph (London)
Japan regaining pride in its past.
S. Korean Name-Change Law Aids Illegal Reentry To Japan, The Yomiuri Shimbun (Osaka)
Change your name; get into Japan.
Foreigners becoming larger proportion of Japan’s labor force.
This Is The New Japan, Newsweek International
Immigration is beginning to transform a nation proud of its homogeneity.
Better Than People, Economist
Japanese would rather have robots serving them than Filipinos.
Japan looks to robots rather than immigrants to fill labor void.
Foreign Mothers Fight For Children’s Futures, Japan Times Online
Japanese citizenship is not automatic for children of non-Japanese mothers.
IC ‘Gaijin’ Card Shares Personal Info, Japan Times
Japan makes foreigners carry a special information card.
Child Shortage Raises Long-Term Fears for Japan, Washington Post
2,000 schools have closed in Japan in the last 10 years due to birth dearth.
Asia is catching up to America in scientific research.
Humanoids with Attitude, Washington Post
Japanese use robots, not immigrants, to compensate for lack of native workers.
Another Japanese effort to fend off importing workers.
Japan Defies U.N., Deports Refugees, Japan Times (Tokyo)
UN told Japan it shouldn’t deport Kurds. It did anyway.
Japan uses technologhy, rather than immigration, to make up for shrinking native workforce.
For Visa Violators, It Pays To Come Clean, Japan Times Online
Japan adopts tougher penalities for visa violators, illegal immigrants.
Japan Mulls Multicultural Dawn, BBC News
Japan considers loosening its immigration policy because of aging workforce.
Visa Violators Throw Selves At State’s Mercy, Japan Times Online
Bangladeshi illegals want to shame Japanese government into letting them stay.
Poll Finds Growing Crime Concern, Japan Times Online
Crime increases in Japan; majority blames illegal immigrants.