Learning through books or websites is inexpensive and easy, which is good for learners, but they lack some valuable information. For example, movies are cheap and you can watch them easily, but you can’t feel the energy of the actors, or smell the stage, and so on. Before coming to the U.S., I had read many books about the U.S., but it wasn’t enough; I only knew small parts of the U.S. through books. Now, I would like to insist to learners. “Put your books back on the shelf, and close your laptop”. I think you should experience what you learn through books or websites, and then you will learn unknown and invaluable things.
- A good meeting with a British guy
- Isn’t she Japanese?
- Reverse Culture Shock (2) Japanese people work so hard
- Reverse Culture Shock (1) “lack of diversity”
- Reverse culture shock towards Japan
- Visiting MoMA
- Central Park Ice Skating
- My first American Barbecue “Dinosaur Barbecue”
- Like iPhone’s applications
- Momofuku Ramen in New York City : Japanese Ramen culture has took hold in the U.S.