28 marzo 2017 at 10:11 am (Diario)

1. Did you know that Japanese children clean their schools every 15 minutes together with their teachers, leading to the emergence of a generation of modest and enthusiastic cleaners?
2. Did you know that any Japanese citizen who has a dog is obliged to use special cloth bags to store the dog’s wastes? The desire to maintain cleanliness and hygiene is part of Japanese ethics.
3.- Did you know that a cleaning employee in Japan is called a “Health Engineer” and can have wages of USD 5000-8000 per month? Are you subject to written and oral examination?
4.- Did you know that Japan has no natural resources, and that they are exposed to hundreds of earthquakes a year, but even so, they managed to be the third largest economy country in the world ?.
5. Did you know that Hiroshima returned to its vibrant economy after the fall of the atomic bomb in just 10 years?
6. Did you know that Japan prohibits the use of cell phones in trains, restaurants and esplanades?
7. Did you know that in Japan, students from the first to the sixth year should learn ethics in dealing with people?
8. You knew that the Japanese, despite being one of the richest populations in the world, have no domestic employees. Are PARENTS responsible for their children and housing?
9.- Did you know that you do not have any examination of First to the Third year, because the objective of education is to instill the concepts and development of the character, without examination or doctrine.
10.- Did you know that in a restaurant, with the Self Service system, people only serve what they are going to eat, and they eat it ALL. No food is wasted?
11- Did you know that the high speed trains, at most a delay of 7 seconds per year?
12.- Did you know that school-age children brush their teeth and floss after eating in schools to learn how to maintain their oral health early?
13. Did you know that students finish their meals in half an hour, to ensure a good digestion?
These students are the Future of Japan. Perhaps we can learn a little about the culture, development and philosophy of the Japanese.
Happy is he who transfers what he knows and learns what he teaches.
(Japanese culture quite similar to Spanish) ……………………………………………………………………… Sal2



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