Author Archives: SARINA OKUMA

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Though I learned a lot of things during the program, the most important thing I learned was communicating with various kinds of people is really wonderful and useful. Through the program, I have many opportunities to talk with PAs, CIs … Continue reading

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After we arrived at Washington DC three days ago, we walked around hotel. Unlike Williamsburg, where we had stayed for about one week, washington DC is a very big city and there are a lot of shops. The town is … Continue reading

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     I’ll respond to the lecture of “American food and culture” and Unitarian church.      Firstly, I’ll discuss the lecture. The professor argued in her lecture that in the U.S., consuming is strongly connected with the citizenship. There are two … Continue reading

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     In the lecture of these 3 days, we learned several aspects of American culture. The lecture of race relations in the US was most interesting for me of these three lectures.      Racism is the important problem to talk … Continue reading

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Journal1

     My first impression of the program was really exciting and interesting. The campus and Colonial Williamsburg are very wide and beautiful and there are many nice shops around the campus. And the library where our TA took us has … Continue reading

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