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Japan: Dawn of A New Era (Part I) #325658

CBS Evening News for Monday, Feb 20, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Devastation of Tokyo during World War II recalled; historical scenes shown. [MAN - comments on Japanese will to succeed.] [Math teacher Jay AKIYAmerican Medical Association - says Japan is exceeding American standards.] Report introduced.

(Tokyo, Japan: Bruce Morton) Future of Japan-US relations examined. [Japan Legis. Koichi KATO - says Japanese work hard.] [Dentsu Institution for Human Studies spokesperson Naohiro AMAYA - comments on Japan's economy expansion.] Conformist nature of Japanese society noted. [Japan Center for International Exchange spokesperson Tadashi YAMAMOTO - comments on Japan's international role.] Japanese couple Koichi and Toshiko Sanota featured. [Koichi SANOTA - (thru translator) comments on family income.] Japanese culture described. [AMAYA - says Japanese are suspicious of foreigners.] [American English teacher Sam BELTRAN - comments on work with Japanese children.] Japanese youth discussed. [Sodako OGATA - says Japanese youth are shy and not prepared for world leadership role.] Japanese flexibility noted. [Toshiko SANOTA - (thru translator) lists goals for her children.]

Rather, Dan;
Morton, Bruce

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