Speech given to members of the Aizu Bange International Association, Aizu Bange, Fukushima, Japan Friday, July 17, 1998 Definition of “Internationalization” The word “internationalization” has been in the Japanese vocabulary for several years now, but I’m not sure if anyone knows what it means. Before I start today’s talk, please tell me some words that
Okay, I’ll admit it. I’m a Canadian who has never skied on Canadian soil. So shoot me! My first skiing expedition took place on the slopes of Tajima-machi’s Daikurayama Ski Resort in Minami Aizu (Fukushima, Japan). The lucky occasion was Tajima Junior High School’s annual ski trip. Equipped with the barest minimum of equipment (i.e.
I wrote these articles for a newspaper in Tajima (Fukushima, Japan) when I first arrived in Japan in 1995. Dear Residents of Tajima, Hello! My name is Shaney Crawford. I am from Ontario, Canada. I am 24 years old, and I am an Assistant English Teacher at Tajima Junior High School. I would like to
I wrote these articles for a newspaper in Aizu Wakamatsu (Fukushima, Japan) in 1996. Hello! My name is Shaney Crawford and I am a Canadian who is living in Tajima-machi in Minamiaizu. I have lived here since August 1995 and I am having a very good time. In this article, I would like to tell