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Nice to meet you. I am currently living in Hokkaido, the northern-most island in Japan.
I study English to get higher marks on the IELTS. I have a wife and 8-year-old son.

After I graduated from a univeristy, I resided in Canada for a year by working holiday program.
Hence, I am still a pro-Canadian.

I have started writing English homepage relating to Japan's senior society thanks to the help of Lang-8 users correcting and proofreading English translations.
I have a Japanese social worker certificate.

http://kecosdropin.blog.fc2.com/

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Ojisan in Tachikawa 6

A Trip tp Niseko We are going on a short trip to Niseko tomorrow. We will have a relaxing time with rich nature there. My study at a col...
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Sep 20, 2013 23:03
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Ojisan in Tachikawa 4

According to the brochure, it seems that the course is usually scheduled for three months. However, this time, it is apparently re-schedu...
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Sep 18, 2013 22:10
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Diary Regarding Schooling 2

Although my schooling itself starts from the end of October, I found that I have been given much assignment beforehand. I need to submit ...
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Sep 16, 2013 19:30
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Distance Healthcare

TITLE:Distance Healthcare The Telemedicine Development Center of Asia (TEMDEC) in Kyushu University Hospital has established networks...
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Jan 9, 2013 19:54
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A Wearable Robot

A wearable robot, HAL, has been developed for the elderly and the disable. The name HAL is a short form of Hybrid Assistive Limb. The mac...
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Jan 8, 2013 20:48
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Besides being a kind and patient person, Kuma-sup is a dedicated and highly proficient language learner. He writes about complex social policies and presents clear arguments about difficult topics. It is fun discussing language points with Kuma-san. He goes into detail in explaining Japanese points, and he tries to drill down to the root of the issue when understanding English.