"You should die if you believe in Veganism" That's what my dad said. Of course he didn't tell me to die but he meant in the context of protecting animal's life or the environment. Even though human being is the main cause of many tragedies, some people have an extreme way of thinking just … Continue reading Minimalism ✖ Veganism = ?
One of the biggest thing I noticed since I met veganism, was that it's not spreading here in Japan at all. Well, basically people here have low awareness of everything but they only have heard the name and nothing else. (Photo by TheJakartaPost) Japan Is Farthest Away From Veganism It's super hard to avoid eat … Continue reading Japan Is Farthest Away From Veganism
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MAivd6jrruU About two years ago, I met this song by French singer Julien Doré He sings a famous French song La Javanese in Japanese! What an unique idea to do that. He's such a unique singer to me, love how short he is and the way he tries to look cool in this … Continue reading 【Lyrics】La Javanese – Julien Doré
I just have finished a book called "6 rules to be able to speak English in 4 hours". I mean this title...lol So one of my student recommended me to read it, not from a perspective of a learner but a teacher. Sure I'd love to know if it ever exist how to … Continue reading Books About Learning English
One Piece - One of the most famous Japanese anime written and illustrated by Eiichiro Oda. When I was 20, once I had to stay in bed at the hospital for a long time, my father kindly prepared a laptop with unlimited internet connection for me to not get bored. I was watching … Continue reading Philosophy through One Piece
Ever since the Meiji era, worshiping of Western culture has covered the whole of Japan. Western/European white men and women are making a lot of use in the current television commercials. Japanese really use English and foreign language for everything: name of companies, products, cars or apartments etc. Many of the lyrics of … Continue reading 4 Things Japanese People Should Consider When They Speak To Foreigners In Japan