Writing III

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Second year Japanese students writing extensively on a variety of topics.  

Kansai University of International Studies
by 030 Naaaaatsu on June 21, 2015
5142030 Natsuki Shimabukuro Fuhushima  

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Kansai University of International Studies
by 022 MISAKI on June 21, 2015
Hello, today I would like to tell about Fukushima nu-clear disaster problems. It has been about four years, the big earthquake happened in Japan and the accident happened in Fukushima Daiichi Nu-clear Power Station. It happened on March 11, 2011, when I graduated my junior high school so I was very surprised when I came back home from my ceremony and turn on TV. I remember the day and the big accident in East Japan area.

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4 years 9 months ago

Thank you for your comment. It was very difficult for me to research this topic and to tell my opinion for it. I was worried about my English, but it seems that you are understanding what I want to say. That’s why I’m really happy. I didn’t know that Canada will experience a great boost of Syrian refugees this year. I think Canada is the best country for refugees.

4 years 9 months ago

Hi lpierce, this is Shiina. I'm a student of University in Japan, and I'm learning English now.
BTW I read your paper, and your ideal world is pretty interesting for me. I'm going to go to America on this February, so it is good to listen to American something opinion. Thank you.

4 years 9 months ago
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Thank you for your commenting. I just considered about how TPP effects to my country, so I didn't think its effect to other countries, too. Competing of companies and farmers is important to improve quality of technology and food. However I think small farms have supported its own countries so far therefore I feel I want to defend them if they face difficult situation.
P.S.
Did you know that 11th November is the day of Pocky? ;)

4 years 9 months ago

Hello, Ben Maksym! Thank you for your comment.
7586 refugees applied for recognition of refugee status, but only 27 people were authorized in last year. The reason why they choose Japan is that Japan is a safe country. There are 6 Afghans, 3 Syrian, 3 Ethiopians, and refugees from other countries are included in it. America and other countries accept lots of refugees. I think Japan also should accept more refugees, even though it is difficult.

4 years 9 months ago

Hello, gfastie! Thank you for your comment.
Actually, I have never thought about US imperialism.
I think it is one of factors, too. I don’t know about economic in detail, but it is fact that Japan is certainly at disadvantage. It is very difficult problem for Japan.
I hope Japan will be able to get along with US…

4 years 9 months ago

I agree with you. And I hope that TPP helps to have good relationships between 12 countries. Thank you for replying.

4 years 9 months ago

Hello, I am a university student in KUIS.
I also picked up "free trade" on my paper, so I was interested in reading yours. I agree with your opinion, for example, I pick up your writing "Free trade has many benefits,~". Yes, free trade has many benefits for each country. Of course, it has some demerits, so I want each country to solve these demerits. If you have time to read my article, please read it. I enjoyed reading yours, thank you!

Reply to: Fukushima
4 years 9 months ago

Thank you for your comment. I am really grad because you said that “we musn't forget about the Great East Japan Earthquake.” Of course, Japanese mast not forget it, and other countries people helped when disaster happened. We really thanks to you and others.

Reply to: Saving Syrians
4 years 9 months ago

Thank you for your comment. Naguib Sawiris's idea is an epoch making. If the idea becomes true, many refugees can get good life than now. However it will take long time to be.

Reply to: Saving Syrians
4 years 9 months ago

Thank you for your comment. I think that countries take refugees as each countries can. However, Japanese government has not accepted them yet. They are thinking about it now. I hope that refugees have safety live.

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Working in Japan has been an interesting and rewarding experience. I came to teaching after a career in finance, first as an accountant with major north american pharmaceutical firms and then as a financial advisor.

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