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Butterfly 69

Butterfly 69

Drama Shoujo Ai Yuri

Butterfly 69: Agetha and Maria are two music students striving for the same dream, Maria's successful music career. Agetha supports Maria by always saying "My dream is your dream" but it isn't until Maria gets her big break that she realizes she has to drop out and most importantly, leave Agetha behind. Will their relationship be able to last? or will it crumble under the pressure? Butterfly 69: Instant Summer: A short extra on who is in control of the relationship between Agetha and Maria. Wonder who wins? Quilt Queen: A promise between high school sweet hearts flourishes, at least for top model Dahlia it does. While Sakura is left as a nobody fashion designer still trying to get her start. It isn't until Dahlia's manager demands that Sakura give up her love for Dahlia does she work harder to be on equal footing with Dahlia. Will their love over come this crisis? Quilt Queen+ (extra): Dahlia and Sakura meet an old classmate, Sae, who is both married and expecting, and exceptionally happy with her situation! Sae kindly notices that neither of the two have married and had children, and warns them if they wait too long their chance at real happiness will pass them by. Are Dahlia and Sakura truly happy? Beautiful Pain: A mother begins to suspect her two daughters, Hakuto and Lily of having a more than "sibling-like" relationship. Is it true that their lovers? or has their mother just got too much time on her hands? Rooftop Miracle: Being dumped hurts, but being dumped AND swindled hurts more, which leads Kyouko to the rooftop of a building in hopes of ending her suffering. That is until another girl, named Mirai, who has same problems as her, comes up to the same rooftop to do the exact same thing. Could this be a twisted coincidence? or a beautiful miracle in disguise? Spicy Sweets: Aki is a pastery chef in the making, living with the rather flighty Yuu who is hiding away from her family. It isn't until Yuu receives a call from her mother informing her that she is coming to get her does she panic. Snatching Aki up in a whirlwind of confusion dying to run away Aki convinces the frantic Yuu to meet with her mother. Yet Aki can't help but wonder what Yuu-chan's family does for a living, and why Yuu is so keen on running away. Buttefly Affect: It's difficult balancing a relationship when work is so hectic, at least that's how it is for Agetha and Maria. Who, more often than not, spend their time worlds apart from one another. When Maria is just about to leave to see Agetha a sudden opportunity arises that could very much put Maria's career in a more secure position, will she go for it? or will she forsake it for the sake of seeing Agetha?

Manga Nihon Keizai Nyuumon

Manga Nihon Keizai Nyuumon

Historical Slice of Life

They are burning Japanese cars in Detroit. The top management at Toyosan Motors must decide whether to begin offshore production of its cars in the U.S. But our hero Mr. Kudo fears that offshore production will devastate the numerous local subcontractors of Toyosan, leading to a hollowing out of the auto industry in Japan, leaving only a financial shell. The American color TV industry has already suffered such a fate. The villain, Mr. Tsugawa, calls Kudo a wimp and sees a splendid opportunity for union busting. Will our hero prevail? Thus begins the first episode of this rollicking yet incisive introduction to the world economy from the Japanese point of view. Other episodes treat the appreciation of the yen, the impact of the 1970s oil shocks, deficit financing, the internationalization of business and banking, and the post-industrial future of Japan and the Pacific Rim. The book is an English edition of volume 1 of Manga Nihon Keizai Nyumon, originally published in 1986 by Nihon Keizai Shimbun, the Japanese equivalent of the Wall Street Journal. It is based on a serious introductory text put out by the newspaper and is packed with informative charts and facts. When the comic book was first published in Japan, it was an immediate best-seller, selling over 550,000 copies in less than a year. The stories in the book reflect Japan's national mood during the "Japanese miracle" and into the 1980s economic bubble: apprehension and optimism jostle one another, and there is a sense of national self-pity. The book also reflects a deep suspicion of politics and bureaucrats. The prime minister appears more worried about his government's popularity than about taking the right economic course. Ultimately, the employees at Toyosan Motors demonstrate that the success of the Japanese economy will not depend on natural resources or politics but on business practices that are ethical, socially responsible, and forward-looking (Source: University of California Press)

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