06/18/2018 (Mon) 19:04:14
So it's only slightly worse than I imagined. And don't get me wrong, I don't want to learn Japanese just for lulz, I want to get a sociologic insight into an Asian society, I wanted to do it for a long period of time, the way they handle things somehow interests me.
Japan seems the most interesting because it seems to have many problems below the surface, I for example once read a post on reddit, a man was working in Japan, found out that his boss is a pedophile he bragged about this openly while drunk
. The boss found out that he knows and started to remove him from projects, OP didn't want to go to the police because of the way they treat foreigners. Sick shit but I would like to know what is the cause of such attitudes and what effects they have on society.
also, there are many people that first fall in love in that country and later start to hate it. I want to get an insight into that too.
Anyway, thanks for a very detailed answer. I think I'll give it a try without hoping too much.
If 5 years from know you'll see here silly posts written in broken Japanese, there's a high chance that it's your fellow countryman. See you Space Cowboy.