Tag Archives: Japan Culture

A really crazy job interview in Japan

This is an old post that I deleted by accident when I transferred my blog from zuco.org to blog.zuco.co Many people asked me about this post, it seems that many of them linked it in their sites getting a broken … Continue reading

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Learning photography in a unique place

I was always interested in photography, but it was in Tokyo where I really got myself into it. Tokyo is a special city and Japan, in general, is an amazing country. Not the amazingness that you can expect from a … Continue reading

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Tokyo Timescape

Beautiful time-lapse video of Tokyo. I specially like the different approach from other timelapses that I saw until now. The mirror effect, the different cameras used and the non conventional view points. It’s really amazing, ++++ Enjoy it! Tokyo Timescape … Continue reading

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Arigato from Japan Earthquake Victims

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Why the FlyJin phenomenon

The term flyjin has been created in the twitter world of foreigners and expats living in Japan. It’s a kind of a derivative joke from the word “gaijin” which in some context is a pejorative term of the formal “gaikokujin” … Continue reading

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Coming back to a normal life

It was about 3 weeks of silence due to the great Tohoku earthquake. I have a lot to say and little time for blogging so let’s start. However, what you will find here are not breaking news, but thoughts and … Continue reading

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What Linkedin should do to be Japanese

Linkedin is trying to enter into the Japanese market. Sources: Asiajin, TechCrunch (Japanese) It’s not only about translating the site. It’s all about understanding cultural differences. Here some points I think they should consider to be fully accepted among Japanese. … Continue reading

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