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The purpose of this research aimed to study intercultural communication problems and adjustment of the exchange’s students in Japan in Chiang Rai Rajabhat University. The result of this research shows that problems of intercultural communication and adjustment methods of exchange students in Japan are caused by 1) Understanding problems in language and culture which adjusted by learning by oneself. 2) Attitude problems from thinking but adjusted by starting from changing the perspective and unattached their own culture and accept the new culture. 3) Behavioral problems from trying to avoid meeting strangers by accepting new friends for the opportunity to gain new experiences in life.
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