Can Japan survive without immigrants?1 month, 14 days ago
Tokyo( CNN) Demolition worker Yuichi Aoki’s face creases up where reference is thinks about Japan’s future.
“Now I have to work into my sixties. I worry about how my children and their children will cope with an increasingly ageing population.”
Considerably older than most of his co-workers, Aoki, a former IT worker is also one of only a handful of Japanese nationals employed by a Saitama-based demolition company owned by a Kurdish former asylum seeker.
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