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Stupid Guy Goes to India

Stupid Guy Goes to India

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Bangalore
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Language English
Binding Paperback
Publisher Blaft Tranquebar Press
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Stupid Guy Goes To India is the firsthand account of Yukichi Yamamatsu's experiences in a foreign country.Yukichi Yamamatsu is a 56-year-old Japanese man who travels to India. He is on a mission to sell his manga comics in India, a country where they are yet to gain popularity. As he attempts to navigate his way as a stranger in a strange land, hilarity ensues.He lands at the Delhi airport, armed with just a little money, a mission to accomplish, and zero interest in sight-seeing. From the minute he arrives in India, he is swept away in a hurricane of new, often daunting sights and sounds. Even the tiniest and most common of tasks seem to take enormous amounts of effort.From the spicy cuisine and the persistent beggars to the filthy toilets, Yamamatsu is left quite overwhelmed by it all. His comic-selling mission is initially overshadowed by the need to accomplish seemingly simple tasks like looking for a place to live, and escaping from the clutches of all manner fraudulent people, in ... See more
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  1.  Not much new to offer apart from the manga style 23 April, 2012 On Junglee.com
    The comic is about the adventures of a 56 year old Japanese guy trying to publish manga comics in India. The story itself is pretty much the standard naive guys travails in India with beggars, touts and dirty India.The jokes start fresh in the beginning but pale towards the end with many repetitions. The only new part is the manga style book where you read from the right to left. A one time read.
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