Japan is a small country with a deep-rooted culture. Aiyana Victoria Mathews first visited Japan as a 19-year old African-American student. After attending Benjamin E. May High School in Atlanta, she went on to pursue her undergraduate studies at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) and found a way to study abroad as a research scholar of rheology science at the Faculty of Engineering at Chiba University.Over the next two decades, Mathews studied the Japanese language, learned its peculiar customs, participated in colorful festivals, understood the way to do business and created Gardner-Mathews, a travel consultancy that specializes in customized itineraries for cross-cultural training, corporate concierge, and project management.
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