Refugees and expatriates often face cultural resistance. In Japan, one young woman is training business leaders to embrace diversity for a better soceity.
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…This element of personal commitment wins out in kokorozashi, then, over the consensus nature of gengo. Pursuing Aspirations Kokorozashi translates to English as “a personal mission.” The first criterion for…