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American and Japanese Writers on How the 'Collective Unconscious' is Changing

NEW YORK, May 4, 2015 — During Asia Society's annual Monkey Business conversation with contemporary American and Japanese writers, the panelists discuss the concept of the "collective unconscious" and the experience of nostalgia that transcends borders.  Participants included Aoko Matsuda, Kelly Link, Satoshi Kitamura, and Ben Katchor. Ted Goossen and Motoyuki Shibata, co-editors of the literary journal Monkey Business, facilitated the conversation. (3 min., 2 sec.)

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Aoko Matsuda: "Love Isn’t Easy When You’re the National Anthem"
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atoshi Kitamura: "I, Holstein"


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