Technology is the most useful thing in our daily lives. Japan is a city that is most advanced in technology. There are vending machines for everything in Japan. There are vending machines for clothes, juices, pizza, burger and for everything.
- Automatic doors that open shifting accordingly to your body shape; the Japanese incorporate technology into their everyday lives. China’s top companies, one being Alibaba, have spent $10 billion on stock buybacks and dividends, they are producing wealth, people, companies, and cities at an increasingly pleasing rate.
The source of Japan’s technological advancement is undoubtedly from the youth of Japan. Statistics show that among 34 OECD countries Japanese student's performance levels rank second in mathematics and first in science. Japan spends around 3.60% of GDP on public spending on education. Only 0.93% of females aged 15-20 have no education. The Japanese education system involves 9 years of compulsory education and students begin school at the age of 7. Japan has the world’s best universities, one being Kyoto University which is joint 35th at the current world university rankings by Quacquarelli Symonds.
Japanese people are well in touch with technology, as 93% of the population uses it, China’s percentage stands lower at 53%. Furthermore, the high school graduation rate in Japan is 95%, with China’s standing comparatively lower at 84%. Research from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development highlights that Chinese students from Shanghai’s schools have previously defeated those from 65 countries or regions.
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