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Offline winjeel

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A different style of photography
« on: October 10, 2007, 02:30:57 PM »
There's a major drama happening right now in Japan. Nova, the largest language cram school franchise in the country has been told off by the government earlier this year for it's unfair business practices. The very conservative Japanese consumer on mass requested refunds, which has since caused a huge amount of debt and it's current financial problems. The same company is notorious for it's extremely poor track record concerning workers rights. Anyway, to cut a long story short, I've come across a blog that seems to have an insiders point of view of this drama, and on the same blog are some wonderful pictures. Technically, they annoy me (some of them at least). But the compositions are something else

The link: http://memoirs-of-a-gaijin.blogspot.com/ Look back through the archives for the other pictures too.
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