Michiko Yoshii

Michiko Yoshii is a professor at the Department of International Communication of Okinawa University. She was a professor at the Center for International Education and Research of Mie University. She did her postgraduate work at Paris VII University and the University of Tokyo and earned her Ph.D. Her areas of expertise are Vietnamese anti-war songs, the plight of street children and civil society.

That night at a meeting in the hotel, a student, whom I'll call "M," murmured, "So they have ethnic minorities in Vietnam. It's terrible they'd put a nuclear power plant in such a place. I think it's good we don't have ethnic minorities in Japan."

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