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Councillor Davod Harrison

Japanese Earn Long Lasting Respect

Japanese Clean Up World Cup
Japanese Clean Up World Cup

Most avid World Cup spectators would have been impressed by the performance of the Japanese football team.

However, did you know that, after the match, the players left the changing rooms spotless, with a small card, thanking the Russians for their hospitality.

This was matched by the Japanese spectators, who, when the match finished, simply got out the bin bags and cleared up all the litter from the entire stadium!

This wasn’t a one-off publicity stunt, but what the Japanese always do.

You have to respect a nation that behaves this way….

http://www.thealternative.in/lifestyle/secret-behind-japanese-people-never-litter-4-incredibly-simple-rules/

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