Author: Andre Vltchek

Andre is also a Senior Fellow at The Oakland Institute. He also writes and photographs for several publications worldwide, corporate and progressive, including “Z Magazine,” “Newsweek,” “Asia Times,” “China Daily,” “Irish Times,” “A2” and “Asia-Pacific Journal (Japan Focus).”

He produced the feature-length documentary film about the Indonesian massacres in 1965, "Terlena -– Breaking of The Nation," as well as several new documentaries in Asia, Africa and Latin America.

His latest documentary film from Kenya is called "Tumaini" (produced by UNESCO) about HIV/AIDS in the Kisumu area of Kenya.

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Andre Vltchek: Why I hate traveling in Japan

Andre Vltchek: Why I hate traveling in Japan

One frequent traveler believes good service is no longer valued in Japan. Does he have a point?