Vivo da molto tempo a Londra, citta’ che apprezzo principalmente per la varieta’ culturale dei suoi cittadini e per le possibilita’ che mi offre di stare a contatto con persone provenienti dal continente Asiatico. Questo Blog ed i temi dei miei posts sono principalmente concentrati su argomenti che hanno come riferimento 5 paesi: Italia, Inghilterra, Giappone, Thailandia e Corea. In maniera differente e per varie ragioni questi posti hanno un ruolo fondamentale nella mia vita. Spero vi piaccia.
The topics of this Blog are mainly focused on 5 countries: Italy, England, Japan, Thailand and Korea. These countries, for various reasons, have played and play a crucial part in my daily life. The aim of this Blog is to share thoughts and events occurring in my life which have something to do with the mentioned countries. Enjoy!
I agree with your Tokyo statement. The town is amazing. I have been there for a one week business meeting (Ghinza district). I was stunned.
Check that to see more about Tokyo
CU and have fun collecting as much as possible flags :)
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I would like to invite the Korean Culture Pop-Up Project.
Date: 24thSeptember-1st October 2011
Time: Tuesday-Saturday 11am-6pm, Thursday 11am-7pm
Venue: LA SCATOLA GALLERY, 1 Snowden Street, London, EC2A 2DQ, UK
Private opening: Friday, 23 September, 6:30pm-8:30pm
Also I would like to up load the information to share more people.
Please let me know How can i do it.
LONDON: Yovi Jisun Song (Alpha Art Association) firstname.lastname@example.org tel:+44 (0)791 265 0129
SEOUL: Hyojin Chung (Coordinator) email@example.com tel:+82 (0)10 9974 3780
My country Nigeria colonized by the British, that is the interest.
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Hi there, just wanted to stop by to say thanks so much for liking our recent post on bungy jumping in Japan! Much appreciated :)