Half a World Away

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Just Living In The Inaka

I’m on vacation from research for a while, and so far it’s pretty great. On Sunday, I packed up in a hurry and got out of Tokyo as fast as possible. Actually, I got...

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Inner Peace, Inner Growth

Once again sitting on a train as I ride from one fencing practice to another, I’ve decided that I need to start writing about my 2 weeks on the Zen trip. If I don’t...

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Back on the Grid

Hi there. For those that were worried, I promise I’m still alive. Sorry for the long absence from this blog. I think it’s been around 4 weeks since I made a post…and as is,...

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Still Not a City Boy

I’m currently sitting in the airport, waiting to meet up with the rest of the group for the zen trip (for reference: a 2 week trip run through Cornell, wherein students live in a...

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Neither Here Nor There

Today, instead of actually writing about anything particularly relevant, I’m going to jot down some thoughts while also dumping a huge amount of pictures covering the second part of my time at Jichi. Pictures...

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No Feet Left, Only Ankles

(Background, for readers who don’t know: Jichi Medical University and Cornell run a yearly exchange program. A few Jichi students visit Cornell every March, and a few Cornell students reciprocate in June. I am...

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Here We Go Again

After a semester that both dragged on, and yet felt like it ended as soon as it started, I am back in Japan – for the 3rd time, now. I figure I’ll need an...

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Kagoshima and Back: Old Friends

For the last leg of my trip to Kagoshima and back, I stopped in Okayama to visit my host family from when KCJS spent a weekend there as a group. Even now, my weekend...

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Kagoshima and Back: Hitchhikers

Have you ever looked at the way that someone else looks at the world? Then again, perhaps a more poetic question would be “have you ever looked at someone, and realized that they were...

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