"Tired and Disillusioned": Foreign Students in Japan
The Japanese government launched its "300,000 foreign students" plan to nurture highly skilled professionals. But behind the scenes, many of them are treated merely as a source of labor. And at one university in Tokyo, over 1,600 foreign students stopped showing up. We interviewed school employees and students to see what's really going on.

Guests:
Shoichi Ibusuki (Lawyer)
Yuriko Sato (Associate Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology)