Breaking the Public Anger Taboo in Japan Commentator Sharon Moshavi lives in Tokyo, Japan, and says expressing anger is something that is not done there. Some would even consider an angry outburst to be immature. But Moshavi says using anger to verbally and physically get her point across can be very satisfying. (3:01)

Breaking the Public Anger Taboo in Japan

Breaking the Public Anger Taboo in Japan

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Commentator Sharon Moshavi lives in Tokyo, Japan, and says expressing anger is something that is not done there. Some would even consider an angry outburst to be immature. But Moshavi says using anger to verbally and physically get her point across can be very satisfying. (3:01)

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