Author Archives: YUKI MURAYAMA

Journal 5

Through the all event in the program, Keio/W&M Cross-Cultural Collaboration, I could learn a lot of things about the United States especially lifestyles of the student in Virginia. Firstly, I would like to talk about diet of Americans. Don’t get … Continue reading

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Journal 4

Before I come to Washington D.C., I had the impression of metropolitans, this city is packed with many tall buildings, because Washington D.C. is the nation’s capital. However I came to there, I could see a lot of old buildings … Continue reading

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Journal 3

In this journal, I would like to talk about the comparison based on the religion that we experienced at the new zion baptist church between the culture of Japan and the United States. At first I felt, this church is … Continue reading

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Journal (Entry 2)

Through the last three lectures, about “Gender and Sexuality”, “Race Relations in the U.S.” and “American music,” I learned a lot of cultures and the historical background in the U.S., especially gender problems. I am going to work a company … Continue reading

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Journal (Entry 1)

In retrospect past 3 days in Virginia, a first impression of difference between Tokyo, Japan and Virginia, the U.S. is a special structure of water spaces. In japan, the water spaces like a bathroom is a little bit small in … Continue reading

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