It´s all about documentaries, music and a few interesting readings for this weekend. I decided to divide the content into two different parts for both languages
English and Spanish. I hope everyone is enjoying the weekend so far! Continue reading “Weekend Links & Readings”
Hello Everyone and happy Monday,
I just finished reading some articles on my way home (probably one of the things about commuting, taking the train can be really liberating after a long day in the office…); these are a few of the top stories that really called my attention this week. I hope you find them really interesting as well!
Continue reading “Happy Monday | Articles & News”
While reading a little bit about business in Japan (and taking into account that I will be working in a human resources department until summer), I have been wondering how HR departments actually work in Japan. I found a very interesting article writen by Yan Sen Lu in which he shows a real experience that happened to him while living there. Continue reading “Japanese Culture and its Impact on Japan HR Practices: An Overview”
*Drainspotting: Manhole covers and Japan’s urban art on the ground
Japanese manhole covers, which come in a variety of designs depending on its location, use and manufacturer style, have caught the imagination of a growing number of “drainspotters” who come to Japan from all around the world. Moreover, this form of art has started to grow as a new kind of tourism, that has been called: drainspotting. Apparently, travellers attempt to see as many of Tokyo’s different manhole cover designs as possible (there are over 500,000 physical manholes just in Tokyo.) Continue reading “‘Drainspotting’ in Japan: The manhole form of art”