Forever Foreign

This book explores my three year odyssey working in Tokyo for a Japanese company in the 1980's. All names have been changed, but the story is 100% true. It was created to convey what life was like for me inside a Japanese company. Originally completed in 1990, I set this book aside until 2012. Twenty years later, much has changed...but much remains the same as Japan's future remains unclear. More

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About David Wagner

David Wagner is widely acknowledged as one of Asia’s leading authorities on media, crisis, and business communications skills. David has conducted communication workshops throughout the
Asia-Pacific region, the Middle-East and North America.

Over the past 25 years, David has coached over 30,000 trainees including Presidents, CEO’s, Ambassadors and top government officials on communicating persuasively in business and managing the media through effective message delivery. He has conducted over 4,000 workshops for over 420 organizations for firms including Goldman Sachs, Oracle, Johnson & Johnson, Singapore Airlines and Wal-Mart. He has lectured extensively on business communications at a number of institutions including Waseda University in Tokyo and the Institute of Public Administration and Management in Singapore. He is also the author of 22 books in Japan on business communications and language usage with translations in Chinese, Korean and Japanese.

Early in his career he worked as a reporter for the Denver Post. Later in Japan, he became a columnist for the Mainichi Daily News and subsequently the Daily Yomiuri. He also created and hosted two nationally televised 3-month series on NHK in Japan on international business skills. These series aired from January to March 1999 and from April to June 2000.

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