Chisun Grand Sapporo
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... made him the eternal holder of this title. What we were told in North Korea was that because of the Japanese rule at the time, as a child, he left to go to China and wouldn’t return until the Japanese were defeated. This ‘official’ version of Kim’s background is believed to be heavily embellished as a part of the subsequent personality cult, particularly this portrayal as a boy conspirator who joined the Korean resistance at the age of 14 and had a ...
... in rough estimate translates as ‘to be expected’. When a Japanese person works 12 hours a day, when they’re only meant to work 9 hours a day (officially), but stay at work for another 4 hours or so, “shouganai” is the perfect word to describe it. It’s all part of the team spirit. Japanese people must show loyalty to their jobs. That’s why teachers stay after school to help with club activities and usually cannot leave unless their boss ...
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Thursday morning Shane finished packing and Chris took him to the train station. Shane ended up barely missing yet another round of snow, since it came down pretty much the rest of the afternoon. I'll actually be meeting back up with him on Monday when he flies back to Sapporo to take his flight to the U.S. He has the honor of being our last guest and also the guest who has room in his luggage that I'll be taking advantage of to get some of our things back home.
... to be outside because I worked up a sweat just going around the 1km or so just twice. Mr. Tamura said it wasn't a very good day for cross country skiing because it was a little warm, but I am glad I know where it is and can go back for the next month. Also worth mentioning is that the whole thing is free and is provided by the city hall; Boots, skis, poles and even gloves if you need them.
Once we were finished, I decided to walk home since it was just across the bridge. ...
... and then paired him against the tall American from the other team as well. Our African friends were funny because they like to pick on one another while the other is playing but Japanese people are very quiet and don't make a lot of noise while playing. They're also very polite so there weren't many dirty plays or shin kicks.
After soccer we were driven to dinner at someone's house by a member of the church. We found out quite a lot about Gerald during our drive and ...