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[7:30 AM]
Things Look Good In Japan Part VI- Sales People Everywhere
Scott Yang says he sees sales people carrying out sold iMacs everywhere. This letter is quoted verbatim.

"Recently read a letter considering Japn and Mac I do not believe is 100% true. I live in Okinawa and a very large computer store (the CompUSA of Japan) which sells also varios other form of PCs as a good Mac section on the second floor with G3 Powerbooks, Yosemite, 5 color imacs and peripherals. I always see Macs leaving the building with customers. I see iMacs in the tech/repair area having memory installed. Everytime I'm there, I see salespeople carting out new iMacs from the back to bring to the showroom. Someone is buying them and there is always someone playing on one of the Macs. And this is not a music store!

Scott Yang
Okinawa Macintosh Users Group
Okinawa, Japan"


The Japan Report
A Personal Account Of MacWorld Expo Tokyo - 2/24/99

Things Look Good In Japan Part VI- Sales People Everywhere - 2/8/99

Things Look Good In Japan Part V- Make The P1 In Different Colors Too - 2/8/99

Things Look Good In Japan Part IV- Not Enough English Software/Hello Kitty iMac - 2/8/99

Things Look Good In Japan Part III - iMacs Plentiful, Selling Well - 2/8/99

Things Look Good In Japan Part II - Canadian Says Japan Is Better Than Home - 2/8/99

Things Look Good In Japan Part I - Mac Store "The Place" To Be - 2/8/99

A Japanese Observer Says "You Got It Wrong!" - 2/5/99

The iMac Kicks Butt In Japan Too - 2/4/99

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