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“Chin-suru” is the debut collection by Michal Mrzyglod. ”Chin-suru” is a verb meaning “warming up food in a microwave” or simply “a microwave” in modern Japanese slang. Though, for Michal Mrzyglod, it is a metaphor for various cultural and social changes that have occurred in Japanese society in the past century, resulting both directly and indirectly from the Meiji reformation.

“Chin-suru” is the debut collection by Michal Mrzyglod. ”Chin-suru” is a verb meaning “warming up food in a microwave” or simply “a microwave” in modern Japanese slang. Though, for Michal Mrzyglod, it is a metaphor for various cultural and social changes that have occurred in Japanese society in the past century, resulting both directly and indirectly from the Meiji reformation.

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“Chin-suru” is the debut collection by Michal Mrzyglod. ”Chin-suru” is a verb meaning “warming up food in a microwave” or simply “a microwave” in modern Japanese slang. Though, for Michal Mrzyglod, it is a metaphor for various cultural and social changes that have occurred in Japanese society in the past century, resulting both directly and indirectly from the Meiji reformation.

“Chin-suru” is the debut collection by Michal Mrzyglod. ”Chin-suru” is a verb meaning “warming up food in a microwave” or simply “a microwave” in modern Japanese slang. Though, for Michal Mrzyglod, it is a metaphor for various cultural and social changes that have occurred in Japanese society in the past century, resulting both directly and indirectly from the Meiji reformation.

“Chin-suru” is the debut collection by Michal Mrzyglod. ”Chin-suru” is a verb meaning “warming up food in a microwave” or simply “a microwave” in modern Japanese slang. Though, for Michal Mrzyglod, it is a metaphor for various cultural and social changes that have occurred in Japanese society in the past century, resulting both directly and indirectly from the Meiji reformation.

“Chin-suru” is the debut collection by Michal Mrzyglod. ”Chin-suru” is a verb meaning “warming up food in a microwave” or simply “a microwave” in modern Japanese slang. Though, for Michal Mrzyglod, it is a metaphor for various cultural and social changes that have occurred in Japanese society in the past century, resulting both directly and indirectly from the Meiji reformation.

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