Hello! I'm Meghan, currently interning with CITYNET Yokohama Project Office in Yokohama, Japan. I've recently completed my undergrad degree in Geography and Professional Communications at UVic. My passions lie in urban and international development, sustainable cities, and how these are communicated and effected through various media! I love to travel and be immersed in unfamiliar cultures and am looking forward to not just experiencing Japan, but also contributing to CITYNET and the causes they work towards. I'm so excited and grateful to be a CAPI Intern, and what better way of sharing my excitement with you than by sharing my experiences here on this blog.
Dear Future Intern: The time has come, and you have found yourself reading this blog post, perhaps digging through everyone else’s as well. If you have your interview soon, I wish you good luck! And if you have been chosen… Continue Reading →
Three months down—one to go. It feels like time has flown by, yet it also feels as though I haven’t been here for long at all. I’m already plotting my return to Japan in the future, as I’ve barely gotten… Continue Reading →
Much has happened in the two months I’ve been in Japan. I’ve made friends, explored cities, survived two violent typhoons, and carved out a small piece of this country to call my own. It is now past my halfway mark—four… Continue Reading →
After watching the rest of my CAPI intern cohort be in the field for four months, I finally touched down at Tokyo Narita Airport on August 25, ready to take up the reins and begin my internship with CITYNET Yokohama… Continue Reading →
Hello everyone! I’m so excited to post my first blog! In this podcast, my good friend and fellow CAPI intern Selina interviewed me about myself, my placement, and what I’m looking forward to while living in Japan! Give it a… Continue Reading →