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Journal 5 Daiki Takatsuka

To begin with, I am very bored in Japan now, because two weeks in the United States was very very very exciting. So if possible, I would like to go back to America. I really miss you guys. To be … Continue reading

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Journal 4 (Daiki Takatsuka)

I have never been to D.C. But now, I’m in D.C. I’m so excited that I can’t sleep every night. Just kidding. I can have a good sleep wherever I am.  By the way, I think buildings in D.C. are shorter than … Continue reading

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Journal 3 (Daiki Takatsuka)

I’ll write down about about August 12th, 13th, and 14th. There is no events in these three days, so apparently, These days look boring. But, I learned a lot of things from Framework lectures. On August 12th, I learned about “What … Continue reading

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Journal 2 (Daiki Takatsuka)

On August 9th, I went to Richmond and got a lecture from Dr. Mel Ely. He explained the  race relation in American history, especially the relationship between the white people and the black people. I thought that most Japanese people … Continue reading

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First three days (Daiki Takatsuka)

As a first impression, I feel that all people are tall and all things are big.  When I talk with someone, I need to look up at. When I walk around the campus of the college of William & Mary, … Continue reading

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