Biography of the Author Leo Lewis

Leo Lewis

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  1. Outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Tokyo, Japan

    Commentary: Japan sure is smug about beating COVID-19

    In explaining Japan’s successful COVID-19 recovery, some have turned reflexively to ideas of “Japaneseness”, says the Financial Times’ Leo Lewis.
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    Commentary: Limits on video gaming the heart of a growing controversy in Japan

    Some Japanese are challenging limits on screen-time, with profound implications for the country, says the Financial Times' Leo Lewis.
  3. Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Tokyo

    Commentary: COVID-19 reveals how low-tech Japan actually is - and has chosen to be

    Japan, despite its high-tech reputation, has very low-tech tastes, says Financial Times’ Leo Lewis.
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    Commentary: COVID-19 forces Japan to rethink its view of toilet paper

    Japan has responded to the COVID-19 news by stripping shops bare of toilet paper. This episode reveals interesting insights into the country, says ...
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    Commentary: Toyota’s incredible success is giving off uncomfortable mixed vibes

    The Japanese company is an emblem of resistance to corporate governance reform, says the Financial Times' Leo Lewis.
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    Commentary: Carlos Ghosn is the least of Nissan's woes

    Nissan's business challenges are no laughing matter, says the Financial Times' Leo Lewis.
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    Commentary: All this fury but Hong Kong’s symbols of wealth have been untouched

    Violence, dissent and the root causes of both in Hong Kong are set against glamour, pop-up bubble tea boutiques and Hong Kong’s illusory show of ...
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    Commentary: In Japan, the old are harassing the young

    Rougai, a term meaning an annoying old person, reflects Japan's ageing population woes keenly felt by the young, says the Financial Times' Leo Lewis.
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    Commentary: Nissan saga makes Japan Inc look ever more of a myth

    Nissan’s Carlos Ghosn’s downfall is playing out as an embarrassing reminder that Japan Inc has ceased functioning the way everyone likes to ...
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    Japan’s literature of loneliness depicts solitude as a noble state

    The emerging trend of literature about solitude in Japan downplays a sense of desolation could be trying to make a virtue out of a growing ...