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United by anger: Why Japanese people are against the Tokyo Olympics


As a pandemic-exhausted world celebrates the delayed 2020 Games, some Japanese citizens remain adamantly opposed. Macquarie University Japan specialist Dr Thomas Baudinette explains what’s behind their protests. After considerable delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tokyo Olympics got off to an explosive start last Friday night. While Australian media was glued to the excitement…...

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