JOHOR BAHRU, MALAYSIA – An increasing number of Japanese are relocating to Southeast Asia, not just to spend their retirement years in countries with temperate climates, but to do business and give their children a chance to master English.
And now, a new trend is emerging: In the wake of 3/11, some Japanese have grown wary about living in a nation shaken by natural disasters and scarred by the world’s worst nuclear disaster in a quarter of a century.
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