<Evaluation of development>

Evaluation should not be at the national level, or the industrial level. I believe the only dimension for evaluation of development is the microcosm of a few kilometers centered on the regular marketplace (called gMachigarh in Okinawa, gPasarh in Indonesia and gTarath in Thailand), which forms a complete, self-sufficient microcosm for the daily lives of farmers and citizens.

@Development and industrialization are what they are, so there is no question of whether or not they are correct or desirable. They must be evaluated according to whether they have improved the every-day wellbeing of the lives of farmers and citizens, the individual members of society.

@This course is centered on my experience in Okinawa, looking at regional promotion from that kind of perspective, but I want to look into each of your countries to develop our study together