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April 18, 2013

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Dan

It's interesting how the "grass is greener on the other side." I live and work in Tokyo. The last thing I want to do at the very late end of my working day is spend more time with a bunch of men in suits. The women and non-suits are probably downtown in a French bistro. Oh, and there are definitely some ex-pats up that way. We aren't all living in Roppongi. You know? By the way, I really enjoy reading your blog.

Bert

Hi Dan,
I'm very aware of the "greener on the other side factor" (B. often reminded it to me) and I thought about it from time to time, like wondering if I'd really enjoy all these places if I had been living here for long. that's the magic of plunging in a different culture for a short time without speaking the langage and reading all the social codes...

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