Author Archives: DAIKI KIRIYAMA

Journal Entry 5

After arriving at Japan, I realized many same points as what I expected before leaving Japan, and different points too. First, most of food menu was so big size for Japanese that I was bit confused. When we got to … Continue reading

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Journal Entry 4

At August 15, at last, we arrived at the capital city, Washington D.C.!! The quantity of traffics are so much more than that of Williamsburg that I was bit surprised. But I was excited very much to look at American … Continue reading

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Journal Entry 3

Yesterday was the date of our focus group presentation. In this journal, I’ll tell the beginning of preparation. The advance training started from May 24 at Keio University. At the time, the focus group member was determined by professor too. … Continue reading

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Journal Entry 2

In the lecture on August 8th and 9th, I learned about gender problem and Native American. The same focused point of these themes is “discrimination”. All of Japanese are the Mongolian race, so we have little to do with racial … Continue reading

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Journal Entry 1

After I arrived at Williamsburg, I found some impression points that is different from Japan. First, the basis of clothes’ size is bigger than that of Japan. As usual in Japan, I often buy M size T-Shirt because it fits … Continue reading

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