This week’s theme is Autoethnography, an approach to research and writing that aims to describe and systematically analyze personal experiences in order to understand cultural experiences. (Ellis et.al 2011). My understanding of this point is probably to analyze the values ​​of the whole thing through the background, including cultural and religious beliefs.

This week, we will take a deeper understanding by watching a Japanese anime ‘Akira’. First of all, I want to explain that Japan and South Korea are in East Asia, and their values ​​and worldview are largely different from Western culture. Although many of the cyberpunk movies in the West can be seen in the shadow of East Asian culture, it seems that the views expressed are always different.


The success of “Akira” not only depicts and predicts the social phenomena and trends soon that are within reach but also puts forward the theory of where the future…

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