Many people has an image of Eskimo in northern Alaska like rustic and good people who run old-fashioned living but in the reality, young people are alcoholic and most families have low-income living on food distribution tickets. Even though it is a village with a population of around 300 people, one or two children under … Continue reading English Imperialism has destructed Eskimo?
This is the second post of series "Poison Of English" so check out from the first post to catch up ↓ Poison Of English – Why All Japanese Think They Need To Speak English Japanese novelist Makoto Oda wrote in his book... Returning to the question of "English invasion" and "English rule" in … Continue reading English Education Has Aspects Of Voluntary Colonization
These days in Japan, There is a pretty uniformed way of thinking about English. These are the examples below. "As globalization progresses from now on, we can not live without English" "Traditional reading and writing-based English teaching was a failure, should be centered on conversation" "We should learn English as soon as possible" "We should learn … Continue reading Why All Japanese Think They Need To Speak English