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Journal4

We left Williamsburg, and arrived at Washington D.C. on 14th. I felt a little bit sad to say goodbye to Williamsburg. It is not a big city, but I like Williamsburg because we had a lot of memory there. By … Continue reading

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Journal 4

I would like to write about what I was surprised the most when I came to WashingtonD.C. I am very surprised that there are a lot of “street homeless”. In Japan, I don’t look at homeless on the street. But … Continue reading

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Journal 4

My first impression of Washington D.C. is a great one. When I woke up in the bus, I was surprised at the view of many traditional and dignified buildings. From inside of bus, I could see Washington Monument. It was … Continue reading

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Journal 4

We all moved to Washington D.C. on August 15th. It took 3 hours to come here by bus. I was sleeping almost all the way. When I woke up, I could see highways and the city with many buildings, not forest. Comparing to Williamsburg, the D.C. … Continue reading

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journal 3

First, I would like to share my thought about American food and culture that Khanh Vo presented in her lecture. I was simply surprised that there have different ideas of food especially celebrating their Christmas day. I know that both … Continue reading

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I went to a church, and I had a lecture about religion on August 13th. I went to “Unitarian Universalist Church,” and this is my first time to visit a church. What I was the most impressed is that the … Continue reading

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Journal3

I was very interested in the framework lecture about “Citizenship, Culture and Consumption” and my experience about my first time of going to the church. First, I want to talk about the former lecture, because I am a student of … Continue reading

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Journal 3

   It has been 10 days since we came here, which means we are now in the middle of this program. But still, there are eye-opening lectures and classes that gave me new ideas of differences between Japan and America. … Continue reading

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Journal3

The lecture on 10th was about citizenship, culture and consumption in modern America. I learned a lot from the triangle relationship among those three. First, there is the relation between culture and consumption which people cannot get anything related to … Continue reading

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Journal 3

On lecture 6, I heard an interesting relationship of culture, citizenship and consumption. I have an optimistic stereotype of culture, which is no legal things or no need for money and so on… I was thinking that culture has free … Continue reading

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