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Arnab Dasgupta

Arnab Dasgupta is an Indian citizen and resident in the national capital of Delhi. He is currently engaged in the production of his PhD thesis on Japan’s immigration policy as it is perceived by the state as against civil society. He has Bachelors’ and Masters’ degrees in the Japanese language from the School of Languages, Literature and Culture, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India and has previously obtained an MPhil from the institution he is currently affiliated to, where his topic was the evolution of Japanese immigration policy from the period 2000–2012. He is a keen follower of Japan in world news and opinion, and is a devotee of Japanese food, anime, manga, music and films. He has been a recipient of numerous awards and scholarships awarded by the Government of India as well as the Japan Foundation and private institutions. His professional aim is to teach at a higher learning institution, and wants to do his part in building a bridge between the nations of East and Southeast Asia and India.



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