Alberto Fujimori of Peru by Rei Kimura

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Fujimori represents the determination and diligence of Japanese or Asian migrants in their host countries and he is a bridge between two cultures, East and West.
This book also takes an interesting look at the personal and political life of President Alberto Fujimori of Peru, tracing his roots to a small town in Japan and may well be the only biography on him written in English.
To give you an idea of this book, below are excerpts of the reviews done on this book:
"Cool Hand in a hot Latin Office"
"The immigrant's son who became President of Peru"
“Straight out of a Hollywood drama"
 

About Rei Kimura

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Rei Kimura is the author of Aum Shinrikyo: Japan's Unholy Sect.
 
Published June 24, 2011 by Bangkokbooks. 155 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences.

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