Originally Posted by ozkai
The main problem in Japan for kids is that they are not taught "people skills".
They just lack the know how to respond to any other culture than Japanese, in Japanese..
What does "people skills" mean?
Almost 99% of the residents of Japan are Japanese.
90% of the non-Japanese are Chinese and Korean.
So if you are saying that Japanese are not officially taught to deal with 0.1% of the population of Japan of non-Asian foreigners, you are probably right. Though if I were making a budget and were asked what the priorities were, that issue would stand at a 0.1% priority.
Where I live the population is about 20% Hispanic, and I can't say that American students are taught "people skills" either.