Hello! I've been learning English for fun and for my career.
It's so much fun to learn foreign languages since it's always eye-opening and helps to communicate with people all over the world.
Now I teach English to mainly junior and high school students at a private tutoring school.
I hope to write about my everyday experiences in Japan and would like to know about other countries.
One reason I joined this site is to improve my English. But, moreover, I want to understand what type of society Japan is, and the differences between Japan and other countries.
I suppose Japanese learners are probably interested in Japan,too.
You might be interested in the fineness and restraint of Japanese traditional culture, high technology, subculture such as manga and anime, for example.
However, where there is much light, the shadow is deep.
More than 30,000 suicides in a year. Allegedly, about one million people who have chosen to withdraw from social life. The old who die alone without being noticed.
You might have these social issues in your country,too.
But I sometimes cannot help wondering if there's a bright future in Japan.
If you are interested in those dark side of Japan,too, and we can learn about each other's countries, I would really appreciate it. I'm hoping to get to know someone with common interests.
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