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New Book: On Kurosawa – A Tribute to the Master Director. North Korea’s Dear Leader Assassinated By A Japanese Yakuza? That’s the theme of my most recent book, Maximum Target, published under the pseudonym of Martin Gower.
New Book: On Kurosawa – A Tribute to the Master Director. My latest book On Kurosawa – A Tribute to the Master Director explores AK’s work and life. Categories Books Culture. January 11, 2019. Peter Tasker. Lafcadio the Greek: The Man Who Dreamed Japan. He knew all about this world of reality – family disintegration, physical handicap, racism, being down-and-out in London and New York. Categories Culture Fiction Reflections.
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Последние твиты от Peter Tasker (r Tasker). As an author of novels and nonfiction books, a journalist, a speaker, and most notably, a finance guru, Peter Tasker is a man of many dimensions. My documentation of 100% bogus claims made in Japan Times articles about vaccination policy in Japan in comparison with the US/Europe. news. ответов 2 ретвитов 2 отметки Нравится.
PETER TASKER is a founding partner of Arcus Investments, an investment management firm that specializes in Japanese securities
PETER TASKER is a founding partner of Arcus Investments, an investment management firm that specializes in Japanese securities. He has written several books on Japanese economics and society, including Japan 2020 (1997) and The End of the Japanese Golden Era (1992).
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Inside Japan : Wealth, Work and Power in the New Japanese Empire. By (author) Peter Tasker.
Tasker's first book is a handy, wide-ranging, journalistic survey of Japanese life, morals, customs, and manners .
Tasker's first book is a handy, wide-ranging, journalistic survey of Japanese life, morals, customs, and manners that, unfortunately, breaks no new ground for Western readers. Tasker covers everything from the rigid life of the salaryman (including his obligation to drink late into the night with his bosses) to the flashy Japanese mafia (yakuza); from the difficulties of women in the workplace to the complications of modern Japanese politics (with an extended look at colorful politicians such as former Prime Ministers Tanaka and Nakasone).