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31 Jan 2015

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I've been told that Americans, or Westerners in general, are protective of their privacy and feel offended when asked about their private matters. Strangely, in many offices in America, I found that people put up the photos of their family, kids, spouses or girl/boy-friends. This is almost unthinkable in Japan, where workplace is considered strictly for work, and people hesitate to show personal aspects to colleagues. Interesting, don't you think? does this sound natural?

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