Kyoto Journal is a non-profit English-language quarterly magazine based in Kyoto, Japan. Its subtitle, Perspectives from Asia, reflects its commitment to "local voices, from all over Asia" and "ideas that illuminate cultural differences in a positive way, that promote intercultural understanding via specifics, not generalities." In addition to its four main editors, the magazine is staffed by a team of interns and over 30 contributing editors spread throughout Asia. Its diverse readership and list of contributors has been described by former editor Stewart Wachs as a "psychographic" community. Since its founding, the magazine has been entirely produced by volunteers.

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  • Kyoto Journal is a non-profit English-language quarterly magazine based in Kyoto, Japan. Its subtitle, Perspectives from Asia, reflects its commitment to "local voices, from all over Asia" and "ideas that illuminate cultural differences in a positive way, that promote intercultural understanding via specifics, not generalities." In addition to its four main editors, the magazine is staffed by a team of interns and over 30 contributing editors spread throughout Asia. Its diverse readership and list of contributors has been described by former editor Stewart Wachs as a "psychographic" community. Since its founding, the magazine has been entirely produced by volunteers. (en)
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  • Kyoto Journal is a non-profit English-language quarterly magazine based in Kyoto, Japan. Its subtitle, Perspectives from Asia, reflects its commitment to "local voices, from all over Asia" and "ideas that illuminate cultural differences in a positive way, that promote intercultural understanding via specifics, not generalities." In addition to its four main editors, the magazine is staffed by a team of interns and over 30 contributing editors spread throughout Asia. Its diverse readership and list of contributors has been described by former editor Stewart Wachs as a "psychographic" community. Since its founding, the magazine has been entirely produced by volunteers. (en)
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