Japan's youths make lives out from realities, some by DIY

Updated: 2011-02-15 19:44


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Japan's youths make lives out from realities, some by DIY
Japanese lawmaker Zenko Kurishita, a 27-year-old first-term ruling Democratic Party (DPJ) member of the Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly, speaks to the public in morning at downtown Tokyo January 7, 2011. The fracturing of the post-World War Ⅱ system that propelled Japan's economy to the No.2 global spot -- a status now lost to China -- has pushed many youths to seek security by trying to cling to what remains. But for others, the uncertainty itself is giving birth to a do-it-yourself mindset that could generate welcome dynamism.[Photo/Agencies]

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