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Armed with a TOEFL, Dave went to Japan to teach English.
After a few years, he gained sufficient knowledge of Japanese and built up local contacts. He purchased a domain name for $25 and set up his website through a DNS (about $200 a year).
It included information, both in English and Japanese, of comprehensive and relevant information for Japanese students wanting to go to his home country for language immersion courses or for higher learning.
It reached so many Japanese cyberusers and he began to receive paid advertisements on his website from:
schools, colleges, universities, language institutions
homestay families, who provide bed and breakfast to foreign students
Within a few years, he sold off his site for a hefty profit (some estimated it around a conservative $3M).
At the end of his teaching contract, Frank took up a venture. He was always interested in import and export. He scouted for products in cottage industry and became a full time purchasing agent for a large distributor down under.
John was the studious type, who enrolled for a correspondence course at a UK university. He returned to London to complete his bar exams and is now an investment lawyer in a bank. His experience in Asia is definitely helping him.
England, China, and any other country are quite similar, and people believe that caste systems no longer in existence. Some regional quotes – “no money no talk” “no wive no problem, no money people laugh”. Do anyone still think in terms of ---- lol
Upper class, middle class and working class.
Golden gate to golden gate, bamboo gate to bamboo gate
Brahmins, warriors, merchants, laborers, untouchables
Japan too have their burakumins.
Why are there exclusive golf clubs and country clubs catered only to a specific group of people?
Why do JAL still upgrade passengers to first class seats if they dress in Burberry and carry Gucci bags?
My sis says you think too much of ‘relationships’!
It’s more important to have personal fulfillment and pursue your dreams.
Good luck in whatever your endeavours be.