I’m having a quite good time in France!
tonight I ate home-made sushi with my friends at their place. It was really delicious and we had great time! what I was surprised is there are a lot of people who love sushi and eat once a week, I already met at least 10 people like that! actually I eat sushi more in France than I was in Tokyo…haha
mr-donovanからの質問: Hi Momoko, How are you? are you keeping up your tumblr? QUT group is getting ready to leave for Australia. How are your studies going? Herb
Hello Mr. Donovan,
Thank you for your message. As I miss Japan a bit these days, I was really happy when I got your mail. I’ve been really good, I met a lot of nice people and I enjoy the life here! The culture is totally different fron Japanese one… what I was surprised when I first came here is the stores close at around 6pm, and any stores don’t open on Sunday. It doesn’t happen in Japan so I was really surprised about that but now I got used to it! In this semester I’m trying to improve my French skills, I hope my French will be better when I come back in summer.
That sounds really nice! You are the trainer of QUT this year? I’m sure the program is more improving than ours, hope they will enjoy and learn a lot there because my experience in Canada meant a lot to me and because of my experience there I decided to study abroad!
￼Good evening. I’m Yoshiyuki Tahuchi. Today,I want to talk about Final Presentation anｄ thanks to everyone. First,about Final presentation. We researched about Eagle Father Gallery so we said EFG at presentation. Of course, EFG means this company name. All of us, our team tried speech without…
In addition recently in this UVic program I have gotten not only improving my English skill but also having courage to speak to stranger and connecting with other university students. I think this is another good thing in EAP overseas.
GREAT. I’m proud of you! I’m so happy to know what you are thiking in UVic. I’ sure that this is the aim of Oerseas EAP!!! :)
The most modest beach in Brighton. (Or Hove actually)
As you know, some(or almost all) Japanese goes to the temple or shrine and pray to SOMETHING which they really don’t know for something. That sounds quite interesting. I visited a church in Boondall with my hostbro and god really surprised because they sang hymns with a band!! Guitars, base, keyboard, drum, main vocal and so on!!!. That was completely different from the one I sometimes visited when I was in England. It seemed that everyone enjoyed there but at the one in England, little children always got board and wanted to be back home soon. I enjoyed it even though I’m not a Christian. I felt that it was a great day in many days. After supper, I had a conversation regarding to religion with hostfather for around 1 hour. That was also interesting. Everything is kinda new to me in Australia:) It’s extremely fantastic thing, isn’t it?
Great photo. Entry of the Day, I’d nominate : )
Anna's Birthday Party !!
Hello, I’m Masaaki Onishi.
Today, I was in Anna’s Birthday Party with my host family. Anna is my host sister, and she is 20....
Hello! This is Yuki from 10tagon.
Today, I went to outlet shopping center at Gold Coast.
Yesterday, we went beach and get on jet boat. This spin...
The nice view of Brisbane
I’m kei. Today, we went to a hill and looked off into the view of Brisbane.
we saw a QUT’s building and nature ....
First time to go swimming!
Today, I went to the south bank with my friends. We were enjoying the beach, sunburn and taking pictures because it was...
Host father's birthday party
Hi! I am Yuri.
Today is my first holiday in Australia.
In the morning, after my breakfast, we went to super market...