Since my last posts about my favorite Japanese actors and actresses, I’ve become familiar with a few more and I’d like to share them because I think they are all extremely versatile and talented and worth spending hours in front of the TV/Monitor.
I think men and women are both called actors nowadays (at least here in the US), but I will separate my list into two posts so it’s not too long. As in the last posts in this series a ☆ will indicate “recommended awesome”.
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Another month of work. The May report will probably look a lot like this.
Continue reading “【日本語】April Bookmeter Stats” »
If you’d like a peek into how I’m thinking about my future with languages, read on. Just be aware that the following is an incoherent brain fart.
Continue reading “Reflecting on Studying Multiple Languages, Passion, Goals” »
As my time as a college student winds down, my busy-meter is doing just the opposite. I did manage to get some reading done with all the dead time throughout my days, but I expect these next two months will contain relatively little reading.
Also, Shion Miura (三浦しをん) is quickly becoming one of my new favorite authors. I also have her work 舟を編む waiting on my bookshelf, so finishing that will be one of my goals for the month of April.
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Here’s a mini post about a language learning website focused on Asian Languages.
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WOW this semester is busier than I expected.
And WOW 夜は短し歩けよ乙女 was such a difficult-yet-worth-it read.
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