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A Fair Country!!

by Kiho Muroga
(Suginami, Tokyo, Japan)

I think America is a fair country for everyone. In Broadway that is famous for first-class musicals, actors and actresses have to have an audition for all parts.

In contrast, major roles in a play are rigid for famous actors and actresses in many musicals in Japan. Therefore, not famous but talented actors and actresses are not able to play in major roles.

I think there are many differences between America and Japan like this. In short, America is fairer than Japan. Japan has many bad conventions. Therefore, I think Japan should remove bad customs and be fairer for everyone like America.

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