On the program, we've been introducing people from around the world who have made Japan their home. Living abroad means having to adapt to one's new community, but the unprecedented issue of COVID-19 is adding to the hardships of non-Japanese. A year after the pandemic started, there is still no end in sight. We get in touch with some of the people we met in past episodes to ask how their situation has changed and get some insight on the impact the coronavirus has had on foreigners in Japan.
Yogi receives more and more requests for help from the Indian community in Nishi Kasai
Keiko Uezu is extra cautious in her work as a caregiver for disabled and elderly foreigners
Dong Xiaoliang helps foreigners with various issues regarding life in Japan
Unable to hold classes on campus, Sacko struggles in his work as university president