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Maiko

My life In Tokyo

Stephen Bueckert - stephen17 [30]

Just a couple pics from my hood.

Destinations: Thailand | Japan
Topics: Travel | National Parks | Adventure | Festivals | 20th Century History | Traditions | Art | Culture | Food | People | Working Abroad | Beaches & Resorts | Religion | Nature | Shopping | War & Conflict | Ancient History | Architecture
piebald feral, temple market Sangklaburi, Thailand

The dogs of Sanglaburi

John McMahon - dictater2 [261]

When a motor cycle plows into a dog on a dark road in the mountians of thailand I find myself cared for by a women I cant communicate with.

Destinations: Malaysia | United Arab Emirates | Burma | Mekong River | Cambodia | Laos | Thailand | Japan
Topics: Travel | Adventure | Literature | Animals | Music | Traditions | Economy | Culture | Food | Working Abroad | War & Conflict | Ancient History | Architecture

Mandalay's Hopes and Sorrows

Sara Hui - sarahui [50]

Remembering a peaceful and cheerful Myanmar before the devastating cyclone

Destinations: United Arab Emirates | Malaysia | Burma | Indonesia | Singapore | Hong Kong | Korea, S | India | Sri Lanka | Maldives | China | Cambodia | Thailand | Japan
Topics: Travel | Women & Travel | Working Abroad
Jessica Renslow

Jessica Renslow- Linguistic Wizard of Studiopolis Inc.

Will Raus - wraus [1,715]

In the past several years, Anime has turned into a massive television industry, rapidly becoming one of the most popular forms of entertainment. All of this is due to the work of companies such as ADV...

Destinations: Japan
Topics: People | Working Abroad | Art

Film Review: The Last Life in the Universe

Celeste Heiter - cheiter [29,255]

Is it possible for a film to be, at once, existential, fatalistic and nihilistic without being a total bummer? Amazingly, Pen-Ek Ratanaruang's 'The Last Life in the Universe' manages to do just that.

Destinations: Tokyo | Japan
Topics: Culture | People | Working Abroad | Performing Arts

Such Stuff As Dreams Are Made On: An Interview With Japan Shakespearean Actor Dwayne Lawler

Celeste Heiter - cheiter [29,255]

"I dare do all that may become a man; Who dares do more is none." -Macbeth, Act I, Scene VII To what length will a devotee of the Bard go in pursuit of a venue in which to tread the boards? In Dwayne...

Destinations: Nagoya | Japan
Topics: People | Working Abroad | Performing Arts

Esprit de Corps: An Interview with Percussionist Ralph Hardimon

Celeste Heiter - cheiter [29,255]

An ancient Chinese proverb says, "A wise man does not need elaborate explanations; the good drum does not need a heavy hammer," and an hour spent chatting with percussionist Ralph Hardimon might...

Destinations: Tokyo | Japan
Topics: Working Abroad | Performing Arts | Music

'Til Great Birnam Wood to Tokyo Comes: A Review of Dwayne Lawler's Tokyo Production of Macbeth

Celeste Heiter - cheiter [29,255]

The theater goes dark. A hush comes over the audience as the sound of a bitter wind howls across the Scottish heath, followed by the edgy strains of a heavy metal overture. A looming torii gate,...

Destinations: Tokyo | Japan
Topics: Culture | People | Literature | Working Abroad | Performing Arts

Wavers

Frank Lev - flev [2,460]

When a person first arrives in Japan there are many things of course that seem strange and different. Aside from the language difference, I think the most striking difference is the attitude of...

Destinations: Kyoto | Japan
Topics: Culture | Working Abroad

First Impressions

Nolan Webb - nwebb [673]

As a Senior High School teacher in the southern Japanese prefecture of Kagoshima, I don't spend a lot of time around young children anymore. Sure, I catch fleeting glimpses of their surprised faces...

Destinations: Kagoshima Prefecture | Japan
Topics: Culture | People | Working Abroad
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