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In Medias Res killed while working as a security guard at Walgreens; killed by a former employee of [that] Walgreens.”

Heat Wave, Frances Cabrini Rowhouses, Chicago 2011 – Satoki Nagata Satoki says that there are more opportunities to practice relationship building in the United States than in his home country of Japan. Satoki came to the United States in 1992 as a neuroscientist, with concentrations in toxicology and pharmacology. But he felt a desire to become an artist. It's not that there are not any artistic elements in science, but much of the world has taken the art out of science. “Being a scientist is like a job. Doing science is a creative thing. I gradually started to hate being a scientist.” But Japan is pretty conservative, he says. It is difficult to change careers in Japan. “Japan is more [of a] mono culture – one type of relationship. People don't want to change too much. [But in] Chicago, many cultures, many opportunities allow for different relationships.” Satoki says that the 6

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In Medias Res: Vol. 2, Summer 2013  

The Odyssey Project's original publication featuring brand new fiction, poetry, reviews, profiles, interviews and more from Odyssey Project...

In Medias Res: Vol. 2, Summer 2013  

The Odyssey Project's original publication featuring brand new fiction, poetry, reviews, profiles, interviews and more from Odyssey Project...

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