Greetings, YAMMies! We are on the third part of my Japanese entertainment journey of a series on the Banana views on Asian entertainment.
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On this weeks Editor’s Chatroom Julyssa and Amy discuss the length of tv-series. What is better? Longer seasons with many episodes, or shorter seasons with fewer episodes?
Is Japanese television trying to tell Japanese women something about having families?
Hula Girls, set in the 1960s, follows a group of girls that set out to learn to hula dance in order to save their town from the decline of the coal mining industry. The heads of families are losing their jobs, and tensions arise from the fact that they want to open a Hawaiian center in a really cold city.