Author Archives: HIROKI IKE

Journal 5

This program was so exciting and I learned and experienced a lot of things, but the most important experience is that I touched cultures and histories of the United States. The purpose I joined this Cross-Cultural Collaboration Program is to … Continue reading

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Journal 4

The nighttime tour of National Mall and Memorials was so tired but exciting. I was very excited because I saw many beautiful views. Washington D.C. is a beautiful city. There are a lot of monuments and big imitative architecture of … Continue reading

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Journal 3

Lecture 7 was so interesting because I am majoring archaeology and ethnology. I have understood that Native Americans experienced hardships in history of the United States. I thought that they are similar to Ainu people in Japan. Also I am … Continue reading

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Journal 2

  In Lecture 4, I learned that hashtag is a very convenient label that is used in so many ways such as social movement or categorize messages. It was interesting that the people all over the world use it, and … Continue reading

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Journal 1

My first impression of the United States was a “wet land”. I felt the atmosphere is so humid, and I saw a lot of rivers and ponds from car window. Also when I went to York River State Park to … Continue reading

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