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Liam Marshall – Blog Post 4: Work and Hard Work

I haven’t yet talked about who I work for, and what it is that I do for them.  So the first bit of this blog post will be an introduction to my host organization, CITYNET. Strictly speaking, my host organization… Continue Reading →

Liam Marshall – Blog 2: Barriers and Discoveries

Before coming to Japan, my goal for this trip was to explore the cultural differences between Japan and Canada, and to investigate the philosophical undercurrents that are connected to such differences.  Having learnt some Japanese, and found it fascinating, I… Continue Reading →

Liam Marshall – Blog 1: Introduction Podcast

Hello, my name is Liam Marshall and I’m an undergraduate student studying Philosophy at UVic.  I am very excited to be travelling to work with CITYNET in Yokohama, Japan this summer. This pre-departure interview was recorded at CAPI with the… Continue Reading →

Rasheedah White – Blog 5: How was Japan?

Living in Japan for four months was an amazing experience, I developed new skills and created amazing friendships. Projects I worked on included writing, research, and design aspects for which I was familiar but also needed to develop. With my… Continue Reading →

Rasheedah White – Blog 3: Food, Culture, Tradition, Adaptability

Rasheedah White blog 3: Food, Culture, Tradition, Adaptability A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to attend Aunty Eiko’s International Cuisine experience. While the class and the food were amazing, the environment she created is what stood out to… Continue Reading →

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