Awarded the Olympics way back in 2013, Japan has long been anxious for its golden opportunity to re-emerge on the world stage after years of economic progress post World War II.

Instead, ravaged by the effects of Covid-19, the Japanese people find themselves conflicted over the consequences of an international media conglomerate forcing them to host a likely pandemic superspreader event.

On this episode, we talk to two Japanese volleyball players who give their opinions over the controversial games.

Is solidarity with our fellow humans outweighed by money after all?

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