Tag Archives: Tokyo

Expat Life: Finding Home Abroad


My definition of a home as an expatriate includes: the architecture, the layout, the light and energy vibes of the house, the neighborhood with its schools , the sport facilities. the shopping, the recreation zones, restaurants, support groups and communities, … Continue reading

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Letter From A Foreign Local in Tokyo: March 16, 2011


Here the letter I received  from a Dutch  friend living in Tokyo , Jacinta Hin  http://www.facebook.com/JacintaHin My friends, First, thank you so much for all your messages and words of support and concern. I am really touched by so many … Continue reading

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Hopefully Facebook is Not CNN !


I don’t have TV and it is very rare that I watch the news especially on CNN. This time with the Japan quake and tsunami, it was an exception because Japan is so close to my heart, living there almost … Continue reading

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Japan Quake and The Nuclear Risks


Andrew Silberman is an American Friend living in Tokyo.  He received this text written by a field engineer specialized in nuclear reactors who worked at the Fukushima plant. He shares some rationale about what is really happening there and why … Continue reading

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Happy Chinese New Year To My Fellow Rabbits


Chinese New Year is celebrated in many countries outside China and the “Chinatowns” worldwide. For example, when I was living in Japan, every new year I  bought a wood plate with the animal of the year painted on it. I usually … Continue reading

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