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I asked my friends for song recommendations, and I would listen to Brazilian music all the time. I was greatly interested, and decided to learn how to dance Salsa one day.I made some French friends through Brazilian music. A few months later, I was taking weekly Salsa lessons. My life can be divided into pre-France and post-France.I asked my Brazilian friends a very dumb question: what language do Brazilians speak? Later, I found out that Portuguese was a romance language like French, which made me curious about the language.
He writes about Japanese culture, inter-cultural communication, dating, and travel.Every time I went to the park, I saw the A-Bomb Dome, which was partially destroyed by the A-Bomb. People in Hiroshima didn’t have any resentment towards American people. One of the few phrases I learnt in the US was ‘never mind’.They merely told us that the war was bad and should never be repeated. My host brother always said it when he gave up explaining things to me in English.One day, I was walking down the street and bumped into one of those friends. So that was it: I went to France and learnt Portuguese and dancing Salsa. France made me realise I would thrive in a multicultural environment.She said, ‘Hey, I live close by, would you like a cup of tea? She told me she was going to a Latin club that night, and asked me if I wanted to come. After France, I sought international communities in Japan. It felt great: I’d never known what was like to have many friends because I had had a rather solitary young and early adulthood.
When I was 13, I went to the States on a one-month homestay programme. Sure, we had English classes in junior high school, but for a Japanese speaker, one year was barely enough to be able to hold a decent conversation. Despite my quasi non-existent English, I really enjoyed the homestay.