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- Review - Round Trip Heart (Romansu) 5 days ago Asian Pop-Up Cinema will close its third season next Sunday, December 4 (4:00pm at the Wilmette Theater), with the movie Round Trip Heart (ロマンス). For those of you who can read Japanese, you may be curious about the discrepancy between … Continue reading →
- Yahoo Chiebukuro Deep Cuts - わいせつ 1 week ago This post is belated, but I was in the Japan Times last week with an article about the kind of language used to translate Trump into Japanese: “Japanese translators forced to grab the Trump bull by the horns.” I feel … Continue reading →
- あかん and 中 3 months ago I’m in The Japan Times again this week: “‘Thursday Night Football’ NFL draws Friday morning tweeters in Japan.” I can’t recommend Thursday Night Football on Twitter highly enough. The Japanese tweets are hilarious, and watching them reload beneath the live feed … Continue reading →
- Review - When The Curtain Rises (Maku ga agaru) 3 months ago Asian Pop-Up Cinema Wilmette Theater Sunday, October 9 2:00PM For those of you in the Greater Chicagoland area, Asian Pop-Up Cinema is a great program to follow for Asian films in general and Japanese films in particular. Earlier this year … Continue reading →
- Distant Drumming 4 months ago Year One: Boobs, The Wind, Baseball, Lederhosen, Eels, Monkeys, and Doves Year Two: Hotel Lobby Oysters, Condoms, Spinning Around and Around, 街・町, The Town and Its Uncertain Wall, A Short Piece on the Elephant that Crushes Heineken Cans Year Three: “The Town and Its Uncertain...
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- How to Fly First Class For Free Writing Contest October 2012 It helps if you live abroad for a while. Pick somewhere you’re interested in. Sure, Japan is a great choice. You love Japan – like really love Japan. It’s one of the first places you’ve been that’s made sense: it’s safe, beautiful, has...
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