Kakebo: budgeting the Japanese way:
Kakebo or “The Japanese Art of Saving Money,” was first published in 1904 by the Japanese journalist Hani Motoko.
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In his short story titled “Ali and the Cockroaches,” Guy Parker, a lecturer at the University of Bahrain, writes about Ali, a teenager with “a very unlucky problem,” who is desperate to change his life, but meets the wrong individuals. Ali is from Hamad Town and leaves his family to move to Adliya, a neighborhood of Manama, where the mystery unfolds.