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Ana Paula> No, I am definitely not a shopaholic, I hope! lol. I am amazed to see you comment to every blogger. You are very kind and I admire you!
Ilona>I will put some photos soon. Please check out the new entries:)
Adriana>Yes, I will discuss this topic as I believe it varies for every country and culture.
Dear M.Nassar>I appreciate your kind message. I have explored this website and found it very interactive. Please help us learn more about English. Thanks again.
Vincent & Sue>You are year 11 and 12, so are you guys high school students? I am so gealous that you are young lol! I used to swim in Singapore, and it was much fun, as it is always summer there. Now I do dance in weekends. I will give you the tips about the travel in Japan in this blog. See you there:)
Fuyuko>It is so nice that you are exchange high school student. Please enjoy the life and I promise it will be your great experience. Take care x
Hai> I am sure people in China are also hard working. Actually I usually start working at 8am, so it is not bad!
Naheed>Nice seeing you again! I really liked your blog, esp 'Mangoes'. Thanks for telling me about Pakistan too.
Juan Antonio> I've never been to Spain, but would love to visit there someday. I heard the islamic place in 16C (we call it 'Aruhanbura Palace') is VERY beautiful!
Allesandro> Girls always love shopping and hope you are generous for it!:) I did not know the traffic about Italy very much, and was surprised to hear the train was also crammed.
Pervaiz> Working hours in Japan is 8hrs every day officially, but it always depends on the company's culture, I could say. People in Japan used to work so much soon after WW2, but it is changing these days.
Sherzod> Thanks for the kind comments. I did not know you have Origami in Tajikistan!!! I would like to show you the traditional origami, which has the nice pattern.
Liao, Linmi>Worked or working for Japanese companies? You must have some Japanese cultural experience, I guess? Anyway I am glad to hear that cz my company also has the branch in Shanghai, Dalian, Shenzhen, or other places. Hope we share our work experience:)
Paulaj> Actually most clothes of mine are from sales! B/c if sales starts, we get discount! Qualities of them are quite good. Give it a try on shopping in sales someday!
Tiwat>Yes, i've been to Phuket, Krabi and Bankok:) I love Krabi, as well as Pat thai noodle I had there! it was soooo yummy!
Marina> Yes, the room here is tiny, but we Japanese are also small so it is better than everyone expects ( I think). Or if you go to suburb, you can see many family have their own houses. Although it is not as big as those in the US. I once visited there and was surprised to see big houses!
Sandra>I like Nausika too! All the movie producers and writers you mentioned are very famous and popular in Japan. I also like them. I did not know they are that famous in Europe as well. Thanks for your information.
Benka>That's my big probelem that I easily start sleeping everywhere! haha. I will talk about interesting sleeping habit here so please read this later.
Yojiro-san>it is nice to hear about you! It is rare that you have 3 children, isn't it?
I also wake up early for the same reason. I wanna have my own time before I got too tired for work. Take care.
Now I feel I did great thing, Haha. Sorry if I missed someone's name. See ya x
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