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Do the Japanese like eating meat?

They say Chinese people eat everything with four legs but tables, and everything with two legs but aeroplanes. This is ...
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Does everyone have a sharp knife in Japan?

“I understand your frustration, it’s because we came from the country of Samurai !” said Saori, one of my Japanese frie...
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Are Japanese people afraid of earthquakes?

January 17th in 1995, at 5:46 am, I was sleeping in bed when it occurred. I was woken up by the shake and saw the light...
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Are things Expensive in Japan?

At the end of the 1980s, the growth of the Japanese economy reached its peak. Executive golf courses, luxury brand ...
Prose

A road to the snake tree: a poem

Do you know the snake tree? It used to be the bottom of the river, which is dried out in every dry season. It will be...
Blog

This is how we flew back to Canada during the Covid-19 pandemic : Self-Isolation Day 2

The Quebec government require travellers returning from outside of Canada to self-isolate for 14 days after their arriva...
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Things you can do to avoid infection from Covid-19 when you take flights

As I am writing this, more and more countries seem to start thinking about closing their borders. However, some people, ...
Blog

Coronavirus – Should I cancel my flight to Japan this month?

My flight is scheduled for the 26th of February 2020, and I am planning to stay in Japan with my family for three weeks....
Blog

Travelling in Japan is not expensive.

I am a Japanese person who lives in Canada. I often go back to Japan to visit my family and friends. Surprisingly, there...
Nov 19, 2019
Blog

What is the most powerful social media in Japan?

I started writing on Medium in March 2019. I also registered on Patreon a couple of months later. So far, I have been co...
Jan 29, 2022
Blog

Sleeping in trains

I read an article about Japan which said that Japanese people don’t have enough sleep compared with other countries.
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There are no Ugly Waiters in Hong Kong

The Chinese word “小姐(xiao jie)” is one of the most frequently used words in everyday conversation and you must learn it ...
Nov 19, 2019
Poetry

Jet Lag: A nonsense poem

my time has been messed up second hand and minute hand all go anti-clockwise I tried to wind my clock but my...
Nov 11, 2019
Poetry

Vietnamese Coffee: Travel Poem

From a silver hexagon -  tap Chocolate coloured liquid  -  tap tap At the corner in an old town A wooden ta...
Nov 11, 2019
Blog

From the window of the bus #973, Tsim Sha Tsui East – Stanley: a short trip to Hong Kong

Stanley is one of the most popular spots for tourists in Hong Kong. It's located in the southern part of Hong Kong Islan...
Nov 11, 2019
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The situation in Hong Kong not so bad, maybe during weekdays: our short trip to Hong Kong

We arrived in Hong Kong yesterday. The biggest concern was around the ongoing Hong Kong protests which have been going o...
Nov 11, 2019
Blog

Hong Kong Trip with my Mother from Japan

I am planning to go to Hong Kong with my mother. Yesterday I asked her how much money she was going to take. She said th...
Nov 11, 2019
Blog

Travel from Japan to Hong Kong after the Super Typhoon

I am going to Hong Kong tomorrow. The situation there is a bit tricky at this moment, but I need to go to update my Hong...
Nov 11, 2019
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