Discovering a New Life: Interview with Saki from Japan — Writer Spotlight

From a Japanese Office Worker to a Global Citizen: Navigating Cultural Differences and Embracing New Adventures in Malaysia

Pang S
East Asia

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As the editor of East Asia, it is my pleasure to introduce our writer Saki, who also happens to be one of our co-editors. Saki is a Japanese national who has lived in Malaysia for the past three years and has been sharing her experiences and perspectives through her writing.

With articles like “Cultural differences in celebrating the new year in Japan and Malaysia,” and “What is our identity? Am I so unique?” Saki offers our readers thought-provoking insights into different cultures and life experiences.

Saki on Twitter

Saki is a curious and adventurous individual who is always seeking new experiences and challenges. She is a former Japanese office worker who has undergone a paradigm shift in her life through her overseas experiences. She is now a blogger, Kindle-published writer, and studying web marketing.

Join us as we delve into Saki’s journey of discovering a new life and her experiences in Malaysia.

Pang: Have you encountered any interesting/funny cultural differences since moving to Malaysia?

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Pang S
East Asia

Entrepreneur turned AI advocate, empowering individuals & the workforce. Writing on empowerment, challenging limits, & breaking free from cultural conditioning