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Friday, 23-Jun-2006 17:55 Email | Share | | Bookmark

family at fukuoka
gails'S 1st breakfast in Japan
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In December 2005, my parents, an aunt and also a young niece visited us in Kagoshima. We brought them to several places in Kyushu Island and not forgetting, introduced them to our friends who had accepted us in their community in Japan. 3 weeks holidaying with them passed so fast that we didnt realise that it was time to go home. Thank you to them for making time for us here. We love all of you.

Friday, 23-Jun-2006 13:34 Email | Share | | Bookmark

casey and friends
friends of our kids
malaysians tengah jamu selera
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Its Christmas again in Japan...cold, busy but definitely not lonesome this time. Our parents plus an aunt and niece came to Kagoshima to spend 3 weeks. Their first time to Japan and also their first time away from home during Christmas. They were lucky because in Dec 22nd, it snowed. Apa lagi...they even started their photo session as early as 7.00am. Felt good to spend Christmas with our loved ones. These were pictures of our Xmas Rumah Terbuka 2005.

Friday, 23-Jun-2006 13:05 Email | Share | | Bookmark

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International Night is an important yearly event held in Kagoshima by foreign students for the Japanese community. This celebration is also supported by Kagoshima Local Council to promote learning of other cultures and also to enhance good relationship between Japanese and foreigners. Many events were held in conjunction of this event..Malaysian Students of Kagoshima University had also taken part in promoting our very own local dish..NASI LEMAK. Besides that, we also participated in the fashion show. In the fashion show, we sold the impression that Malaysia is really a multi-race country by wearing baju melayu, baju cheongsam, punjabi & baju kadazan-dusun. Suprisingly, many Japanese including fellow foreigners were shocked to know that Malaysia is unique because of the blend of culture in our country...bak kata orang, Malaysia is really the blending pot of Asia.
Want to know about our sale????OF COURSE la, the nasi lemak were sold out like hot cakes. Worth promoting our foods to global market...boleh jual punya !!!

Friday, 23-Jun-2006 12:03 Email | Share | | Bookmark

our beautiful gals
international students-1
the three gals
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Ohara Matsuri is Kagoshima's biggest festival. Held yearly somewhere in November, this celebration is unique in its own way..people from all walks of life jointly celebrate this 2 days fiesta by dancing at the street, savouring Kagoshima's specials dishes and not to forget tto taste Kagoshima's famous shochu wine. Rotaract club of Kagoshima along with the International students of Kagoshima University had also taken part in the festival. Casey, Anne, Juana and I also took part in the non-stop 1 & a half hour traditional street dancing of Kagoshima. It was really a thrilling experience because a street more than a kilometre was packed with people wearing different cloths were seen dancing with the same style, same timing according to the same music. International students of course were very outstanding due to our colours, languages and also the symbol of our countries' flag painted on our face. A very good experience that was too good to last.

Wednesday, 21-Jun-2006 17:34 Email | Share | | Bookmark

okinawa ramen-oishii kata desu
food 1
seagrape dish
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This is definitely a very late entry due to my too-busy schedule in the lab. Anyhow, better late than never as the saying goes. Okinawa Island is the Hawaii of Japan. Most things were similar to Hawaii except for the language (of course, Japanese is the spoken language), no hoo-la-hu (sexy long haired women doing Hawaiian-version belly dancing dressed only with the coconut shell on their front top and flamboyant sexy skirt (do they call that skirt). However, Okinawa is a a haven for good and cheaper foods as compared to the mainland Japan. You can buy many things especially those imported from Taiwan and neighborhood China. So to those of you who are tired of the hustle bustle of city life, catch the next plane and stay in the beautiful delights of Okinawa Island, Japan.

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