CONFUCIUS LIVES NEXT DOOR
What Living in the East Teaches Us about Living in the West
He explores the Confucian ideals of respect, responsibility, and group unity and the way they color every aspect of Asian life. Whether describing his neighbor calmly asserting that his son’s loud bass-playing brings disrepute on the neighborhood, or the Japanese custom of having students clean the schools, Reid gets readers to consider the many benefits of the Asian Way—as well as its drawbacks—and to use this to come to a greater understanding of both Japanese culture and America.
This title is part of the series: CULTURAL PATTERNS AND PROCESSES