What do Japanese think about Vietnam?

What do Japanese think about Vietnam?

Japanese think of Vietnamese as a loose ally in Southeast Asia. A lot of young Japanese people like to go to Vietnam to teach Japanese.

How much crime happens in Japan?


STAT Japan United States
Crime levels 12.8 Ranked 18th. 55.84 Ranked 30th. 4 times more than Japan
Annual cannabis use 0.1\% Ranked 7th. 13.7\% Ranked 1st. 137 times more than Japan
Opiates use 0.1\% Ranked 8th. 0.57\% Ranked 3rd. 6 times more than Japan
Murder rate 1.02 5

What is the crime rate of Vietnamese expats in Japan?

Vietnam’s expat community has taken over the unwanted top spot from China, Japanese police reported on Thursday, according to Kyodo News. Police recorded 5,140 crimes committed by Vietnamese people in 2017, up from 3,177 the year before and accounting for 30.2 percent of the total number of crimes committed by foreign nationals.

Do Koreans and Vietnamese people share similar culture with Japanese people?

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Korea and Vietnam loved Ming dynasty more than Qing Dynasty founded by Manchu. Japan, on the other hand, was influenced by Tang dynasty. Yes. We share plenty of similar cultures throughout our neighbor China. We, Koreans and Vietnamese fought against the formidable Chinese army for centuries.

Who will be most affected by Japan’s New blue-collar visa scheme?

Buoyed by hopes of higher wages but burdened by loans, Vietnamese youth – the fastest-growing group of foreign workers in Japan – will be among those most affected by a new scheme to let in more blue-collar workers that kicks off in April.

Are Vietnames the same people as Indonesian and Philippine people?

We think Vietnames are the same people as Indonesian and Philippine people. But, we don’t know for sure because we never learn anything about Vietnam from school or public source. This question make me back the past, The first girl I dated was a Vietnamese-Japanese. Her grandfather was a Japanese Imperial soldier who remained in Vietnam after WW2.

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