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Hello, I am Shohgo.

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Hello, I am Shohgo.
My name is Shohgo Miura, a new intern at JASSW. I’m from Mitaka City, Tokyo, the home of the one and only Studio Ghibli Museum in the world and the beautiful four-seasoned Inokashira Park. I came to the state of Washington last April. I am majoring in cultural anthropology at Everett Community College, which has an aesthetic Japanese garden on campus at the Nippon Business Institute. I have been doing calligraphy for 10 years and am now a student of the Meito-Shodo Kai Calligraphy School in Redmond. I met the calligraphy masters there thanks to the Cherry Blossom Festival. I have also been assisting in a Japanese class at Kamiak High School since last January when I volunteered for a Japan in the Schools visit with JASSW. I’m really glad to have the chance to contribute to JASSW.

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Hello I'm Hiroki Ishii

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Hello I'm Hiroki Ishii
My name is Hiroki Ishii. I'm from Osaka, Japan. I'm a new intern at JASSW. My hobby is to play tennis. I love Japanese noodles like Ramen. I'm studying business and English at Bellevue College.I am going to work for about 2 months. I'm interested in how to relate the United State and Japan so I chose to do intern at JASSW.

Thank you for read this information.

Hiroki Ishii

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Hello, I am Lee, Hyung Woo

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Hello, I am Lee, Hyung Woo
Hello, My name is Lee, Hyung Woo starting the internship from Feb. 26. I am excited to work for JASSW.

I am form Seoul, Korea and studying urban sociology and business in University of Seoul. I am an attendee of Korean government supporting program called WEST. I participated English language school in Newyork and have just arrived at Seattle to have the internship.

After serving as an augmentee in US Army, I realized that culture exchange is the key to enhance the relationship among countries. So, I've been interested in culture exchange and tourism and trying to have a lot of experiences in those fields.

I am interested in American and Japanese cultures, so this internship will be the great opportunity for me. I am going to learn a lot from here and do my best.

Thanks,

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Hello, I'm Yuka

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Hello, I'm Yuka
I'm Yuka Muroi, university student in Tokyo. I'm majoring in international politics and economics, and belong to an seminar which aims to study international law.

I came here for my interest in international cultural exchanges. Also, I have a part-time job at STARBUCKS, which has its origin in Seattle, so I felt familiar with this city so much.

Through this internship I would like to be helpful for my colleagues and promoting Japan-America cultural communication.


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Hello, I'm Nao!

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Hello, I'm Nao!
Hello, My name is Nao and a new intern at JASSW.
I'm from Hyogo, Japan and study about wellfare at Ritsumeikan University. I'm 19 years old, but I'll be 20 years old in February 17th.

My English skill is'nt good, but I'll do my best to learn what I need to work at USA office. In addition, I expect to understand the differences between American and Japanese culture in truth.

I'm looking forward to working with everyone and learning various American culture through JASSW internship.

Thank you for reading and nice to meet you.

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Hello, I am Hitomi!

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Hello, I am Hitomi!
Hello, I am a new intern, Hitomi Kase.
I am a Meiji University student in Tokyo, but since last September, I have studied at Everett Community College.
I came to US to improve my English skill and experience different culuture.
My major is Global Japanese Studies.
I am appriciate to work here as an intern, so I will do my best to contribute to promote friendship between Japan and US.

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Hello, I am Ryoko

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Hello, I am Ryoko
Hello! I'm Ryoko. I'm a new intern student at JASSW. I am a student at Yokohama City University. Before I came here, I studied at UW 5 months to study English.I really like Japan and America(especially SEATTLE!) ,so I want to experience work related to cultural exchange.

I am really glad to work at JASSW!!!
I'll do my best as long as possible :->!


Best Regards,
Ryoko

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Hello, I'm Chihiro.

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Hello, I'm Chihiro.
Hello, I'm Chihiro Kurokawa. I'm from Tokyo, Japan. I'm a new intern at JASSW. I major in Spanish and Latin America culture. My hobby is listening to music. I like playing the shamisen. This is my first visit to the United States of America.
I chose JASSW because I'm interested in cultural exchange. So I'd like to have work experience related to Japan and America culture.
I'm excited to work with you.



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Hello, I'm Tomomi.

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Hello, I'm Tomomi.
Hello, I'm Tomomi Tsukada. I come from Saitama next to Tokyo. I'm a new intern from Toyo University. My major is English and American literature. I like reading books, eating and walking.
It's my first visit to WA. Nice weather, nice people and nice food. WA is very nice. I'm loving it.;)
My motto is 「全力投球 ( Zenryoku Toukyu)」. This means 'Try hard'.
I'll take professional experiences and obtain diverse values.
It's a pleasure for me to work with my coworkers.


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Hello, I'm Kevin

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Hello, I'm Kevin
Hello, my name is Kevin and I'm a new intern at JASSW. I study Japanese, French, and music at Bennington College in Vermont. Bennington students participate in a seven-week Field Work Term each academic year at internship sites that complement their studies. I chose JASSW as I hope to develop skills in conversational Japanese in a professional setting and work with the Japanese community in America. As an individual who's very passionate about Japanese language and culture, I aspire to teach English in Japan and later, Japanese in America. Pleasure to meet you.

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