Duckman is waiting. At less than a year old, he is living in an orphanage in Japan. His mother said she would come get him in one week.
He will not see her for three years.
Today, Duckman, born Takahito Nakamura, smiles when I ask him to recount his difficult past.
"I have no problem to talk about this," he says, twirling a pen expertly.
One might not expect Takahito, with his heavy bangs and pedestrian clothes, to identify as the neon yellow unfai...