In China, the new normal is getting a lot harder to find, and the locals have taken notice.
There are no signs of the bubble that created so much of the “bubble economy” in the United States, with China’s economy now slowing to its lowest level in a quarter-century.
But in Japan, the “lazy city” has emerged as a new kind of tourist destination, attracting hordes of tourists and even more millionaires.
For many years, Japan was considered one of the most prosperous countries in the world.
But its economy has suffered as the yen has plummeted, and it has been hit hard by the collapse of the global economy.
“There is no growth, no jobs, no income,” said Akira Okumura, a local businessman who opened the first restaurant in Akari, Japan’s third-largest city.
“Now, the Japanese are so lazy and lazy people are willing to work for free.”
But Okumuras business is booming.
The restaurant is his way of providing a bit of income for his wife and kids, who work as waiters and dishwashers.
The restaurant is owned by a businessman who lives in a small town about an hour’s drive away.
He said the number of customers at the restaurant has grown by more than 60 percent in the past year.
Okumas wife and three children are still working, but his business is in shambles.
“We have a huge problem with our restaurant, and we are not sure if we will be able to open a new restaurant in another 10 years,” he said.
Akihiro Umezu, a Japanese businessman, is also worried about the future of his country.
He has been buying up Japanese properties for years.
But his new venture is more ambitious, with plans to build a hotel in the nearby city of Nagoya.
He is trying to help build a middle class and attract foreign investment, but has no doubt that there will be a hard time finding enough workers to do the work.
“If there is a shortage of jobs in Japan and people are looking for them, I think that they will have trouble finding new jobs,” he told the Associated Press.
Tokyo has a population of nearly 11 million, but it is growing at a slower pace than the rest of Japan, as the economy slows down.
The number of people working in Japan is also shrinking.
According to government figures, the number working in the country declined to 6.1 million in 2015 from 6.3 million in 2014.
In the past decade, Japan has also experienced a rapid population boom, with more than 7 million people arriving from China.
But Japan’s economy has been growing for years, and is expected to grow at a solid pace in the coming years.
A report released by Japan’s Central Bank last month said that Japan’s GDP was expected to expand by a staggering 9 percent this year.
But many in Japan are worried about how much their country will benefit from such a boom.
The Economist Intelligence Unit estimated in July that the country will see its gross domestic product increase by just 0.4 percent in 2024, the same year that it will be entering a recession.
That will be its worst-ever performance in the OECD, and would be the first time in nearly 40 years that Japan has been in recession.
But there are signs that the Japanese economy is recovering.
The government released a report on Wednesday saying that the unemployment rate has dropped to 8.5 percent, from 10 percent in March.