Perhaps you could feel freer than any other city in this country. Maybe ten percent much more income. Definitely comfortable transportation system. Convenient to buy, bite and entertain yourself. But still too many clumsy traditions and customs alive there to torture you. If you want to work at an office in Toukyou, you must know how you should behave yourself first.
Be modest but don't be humble. Even though you're a genius, you mustn't reveal your talent on every chance. You can't be posted in a reasonable position because of your ability. No. All depends on how you're favored by your boss, not on your career. You have to speak loud and always apple-polish if you want to be promoted. Submit your plans as many as possible, which will evaluate your job. No matter whether they look nonsense or stupid. Your boss never checks them out by their quality but quantity.
If you come from abroad or if you're female, there's very little chance to get promoted. You know there's still kind of unreachable human hyerarchy in this country, though they insist it is neither racism nor sexual discrimination. But you must know there're many barriers between you and them. Remember, folks. Toukyou doesn't like you anyway. It never will.
We hear many children now deny school for various reasons. It may be a trouble with your classmates, a bad mark at your school papers, or somebody's love and hatred. In some cases it might be serious as is sometimes reported in newspapers; bullying or being kicked out of your community. Can we share their feelings if we are to be honest? It may happen to every ordinary child to suddenly become an outlaw in a school society. It isn't easy for children to be as good as school want them to be.
If you may have this kind of question, it isn't you fault, I don't think. I've had the same question. Perhaps everybody has asked the same way as follows:
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