Dr Johnben Loy, US-Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist | Sachiko Yamashiro, Clinical Psychologist
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Japan’s birth rate hit a record low in 2014 at just 1,001,000 infants. When combined with 1.3 million deaths in the same year, that’s a deepening population crisis. According to Japan’s population institute, the overall population could dip to 107 million by 2040 — or 20 million lower than today. Is Japan providing a glimpse of all our futures?
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