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Tsunotsuki in Niigata

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03.08.2010 :: 04:02 | Główna | Do it now.(0)

Burmese Girls

Z tego samego cyklu - dla Adama B.
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01.07.2009 :: 21:18 | Główna | Do it now.(2)

Dla Adama B.

Teachers from a small village in Southern Shan State, Burma. They earn 27 dollars a month. I earn 27 dollars in two hours.

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25.06.2009 :: 07:06 | Główna | Do it now.(3)

Train station.

I know I`ve been braging with this for the last couple of days, but I thought I should post a link to this article here as well...

Iran - protest

More random scenes from a train station in Burma.

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22.06.2009 :: 05:57 | Główna | Do it now.(3)

Vendors from Bagan - my mates.

Vendors who sell stuff in front of Bagan`s medieval pagodas belong to the worst breed of people who try to sell everything twenty times the original price, and wouldn`t let you go until you either completely ignored them or bought sth from them.

These girls were different. They told me their story - how they were forcedly removed from their old village by the military, they told me about they trade, tourists, their hobbies and families etc.

And they even took me for lunch and paid for it! Those horrible vendors from Bagan!

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19.06.2009 :: 04:13 | Główna | Do it now.(3)

A nun in Bagan - Burma.

To w odpowiedzi na komentarze pod poprzednim zdjeciem...

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17.06.2009 :: 01:34 | Główna | Do it now.(4)

I had a really good day.

First, I woke up at 5am and finished a speech for my ex-host family that was due a while ago. I just couldn`t get down to it, and finally I wrote it and I just felt soooo relieved.

Also, during the first day of my internship I translated an article by Kyodo News Agency and that article is gonna be published on the second page of the JT tomorrow.
Doing that felt really bizarre, not only because I didn`t expect that on day one, but also because Yui is gonna work for Kyodo from April next year. Had she started this year I might have as well been translating her own aricle.
And on top of that we`re going to see Noh together tomorrow.
It was also strange a bit, because I kept on having flashbacks from my translations classes with Kashiwagi sensei (それじゃ、始めましょうか!)and felt very happy being able to put knowledge, that I thought was purely theoretical into practice.

Ok, for a change a couple of photos of romantic sunsets from Bagan in Burma for you.

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15.06.2009 :: 13:17 | Główna | Do it now.(10)

Sunset in Bagan.

I`m tired.

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14.06.2009 :: 18:27 | Główna | Do it now.(4)

Forgot the name of that station...

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11.06.2009 :: 14:55 | Główna | Do it now.(1)

Burma

Train passangers in Burma.

It's all going pretty well, as you can see. I`m starting an internship at the biggest Japanese English language paper - The Japan Times - from next week. Wish me luck.

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10.06.2009 :: 16:52 | Główna | Do it now.(4)

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