Former Genevan, now a Japanese citizen and author, details his experiences with racism in the Land of the Rising Sun

“It’s very subtle, like slow-burning acid, but once you realize it, you become pigeon-holed.” This is how Debito Arudou, formerly Dave Aldwinkle of Geneva, describes the subtle racism in Japan in his highly acclaimed book, “Embedded Racism: Japan’s Visible Minorities and Racial Discrimination.” It was published late last year.

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