Admitted to the innermost corridors of Japan's bureaucracy, Dreux Richard witnesses the near-collapse of the nation's nuclear regulator, and documents here how this upheaval is concealed from the public. Through his decade-long relationship with Japan's Nigerian community, Richard also pursues the elaborate cover-up at the heart of the immigration system. Going still further behind Japan's dignified veneer, this bracingly honest exposé follows the northern region's youngest census worker through a landscape of abandoned homes, endeavoring to understand where the residents have gone.
Every Human Intention: Japan in the New Century
Author: Dreux Richard.