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Posted in: Little Pieces: This Side of Japan See in context

...nobody's japan but mine....I like that line!

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Posted in: What books or movies would you recommend to anyone wanting to gain an understanding of Japanese people's way of thinking and culture? See in context

As an "outsider" who is also an "insider" I suggest anyone to check this out:www.insideoutsidejapan.com I think you can get some idea as to what life it like here...as an expat, it hits right on.

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Posted in: Dolphin activist Ric O'Barry won't swim off into the sunset See in context

I go to the movies to relax, too, so as an expat, dubbing is a sad retreat....I don't blame the Japanese for wanting the movie in their native tongue....but I have to say the fact that they cannot handle it in subtitles and a bit of English says volumes about the sad state of English Education here.. Karen (www.insideoutsidejapan.com)

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Posted in: All aboard See in context

Trains are a big part of life here in Japan...what fun! Here is a little more on that topic at: www.insideoutsidejapan.com/

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Posted in: Candy kanji See in context

Well, this might be one good way to learn kanji! Take a look at this related article: www.insideoutsidejapan.com entitled: The Curse of the Kanji!

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Posted in: The Hafu Project: Exploring the question of what it means to be Japanese See in context

As an American mother with a wonderful "double" daughter I recently dealt with this issue a bit....some of you may find it interesting to read about it here: http://www.insideoutsidejapan.com/ The particular one I am refering to is entitled: How to Bake a Bilingual Cake

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