Saturday, October 28, 2023

What goals should Japan move forward with in the future?


The world is in chaos and no one can predict the future.
In China, there seems to be a lot going on in the administration, and yesterday it was reported that former Premier Li Keqiang has died.
Wagner's Mr. Pulikozhin was also murdered, and all news of him has disappeared.
When people die, they become a thing of the past and are soon forgotten.

Japan's GDP is about to be overtaken by Germany to become the fourth largest economy in the world, and it will soon be overtaken by India to become the fifth largest economy.
I believe that Japan has become this way because of the stubborn policies of external pressure.
The most important of these policies is the two-day workweek.
Then the bubble economy burst with the Plaza Accord.

Japan has not been able to recover from the external pressure, and now the birthrate is declining and the Japanese people have lost the ability to have goals.

Many people have always had the mentality of being "king of the mountain," and although they talk about "all Japan," they are unable to actually cooperate with each other to challenge the world.

Even in the field of medicine, if all the data in Japan were consolidated, we would be able to compete with the rest of the world, but we are unable to do so.
No one will read a paper that is based on small data from only your own institution.
On the other hand, if we were to go "all-Japan", the next step would be to cooperate with the others, but only Mahira would do the sweat work.
There is nothing we can do about it.

External pressure + unique Japanese values = decline in national strength

How can we get out of this negative spiral?

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