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モナコ王国レーニア公グレースの元へ

世紀の結婚をしたグレース・ケリーの夫が81歳で死去。

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31日から正式に公務を引き継いだアルベール王子(47)(彼はまだ独身)が後継者となる。


アルベール様私と世紀の結婚をしませんか? (爆)
いや、済みません、冗談がきつすぎました。
レーニア公殿、ご冥福をお祈りいたします。

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by pepo629 | 2005-04-07 11:15 | Persons

Spring had come?!

春・・・なのか?

GONシェフ、良い仕事してますなぁ。
あなたに写真を撮ってもらいたい。
マジで、専属で結婚式の時の写真頼んで良いですか(爆)

いつになるやら・・・・・。(笑

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by pepo629 | 2005-04-06 21:19 | Persons


FOR more than half a century Akira Yoshizawa was the most famous origami artist in the world. He pioneered origami as a creative art and devised many new folding techniques. A symbolic notation system of his design is now used worldwide, allowing enthusiasts to fold his models from books, even if they do not understand Japanese. In 1963 The Origamian newspaper had already described him as “a legend in his own lifetime”, and his career achieved new heights in the following decades.

Akira Yoshizawa was born in 1911 into relatively humble circumstances in Tochigi prefecture not far from Tokyo. His father was a dairy farmer, and he had only six years’ schooling. At 13 he moved to Tokyo and worked in a factory making machine tools but continued his education at evening classes. He became a technical draftsman at the factory and taught geometry to apprentices. Being interested in origami he used paper folding as a teaching aid. His employers were so impressed that they allowed him to practise origami in work time.

In 1937, aged 26, Yoshizawa left the factory to devote himself full-time to his boyhood hobby of origami. He eked out a living, doing part-time jobs when necessary, until the outbreak of war, when he joined the Japanese medical corps. He was posted as an orderly to a military hospital in Hong Kong, where he regularly decorated the beds of patients with colourful origami models. He later became ill himself and so returned to Japan. In 1944 some of his creations were used in a book, Origami Shuko, by Isao Honda.

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by pepo629 | 2005-03-30 16:39 | Persons

My best friend, Phil!

Hi Phil,
I was really sad not to be able to see you although you visited me from Canada in where we met. How's it going your life with your mom in your hometown,Soul? Did you have your mother's home cook everytime?
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This is not your picture but you looks like him who is the most famous actor for Japanese these days . :)

While we were in Abbotsford, you took me many places by your sister's car........Unfortunately, we could not meet in Japan again because you made mistake arriving in Tokyo not Kansai!!!! For the first time when I heard the situation, it seemed a bad joke but it was not........hahaha....

In fact I was disappointed,same as you.
What did you have in Tokyo?
Did you have a good time in Tokyo only yourself???


Hey if I went your country Korea, let me take anyplaces where you recommend..........

I am looking forward to seeing you again..........
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by pepo629 | 2005-02-26 21:00 | Persons

Mちゃんと再会

今日はカナダで知り合い、長いこと友情をはぐくんできて大変楽しい思い、辛い気持ちを共有してきたMちゃんに12時過ぎに再会。
大阪難波で待ち合わせをし、お昼ご飯はビビンバを食べ、周辺を何分にも掛けて歩き、そして南海電車の近くにあった大阪球場の跡地に出来た難波 Parks内のイタリアンカフェでお茶を飲んで6時までたっぷりおしゃべりしました。

その途中にあった法善寺横町をちょこっと写真に納めました。
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by pepo629 | 2005-02-12 21:06 | Persons

Thanks Miwa!

Hi, Miwa
Thanks for supporting everything in my Canadian life for two years!
I guess today is the last time to see you in Canada. By chance I saw your message in your blog, then I ran to the International office at my college. I am so happy to see you again.

Well, you are a tough woman who has never met in my life. You and I are member of "Mi no wa" (every members has "mi" in their names.) aren't we?
Everrytime we met, we can not stop talking about our opinions.
Vancouver Japanese newspaper "Oops"article
Unbelievably, I will go back to Japan with poor score of TOEIC, but I must not forget about you and you did for me.
It is very hard to find right words to you because there are too much.

Words above could never thank you for what you've done!!
"Miwa, you did a good job!"


I realized that "Love is give and give then sometimes take" from you.
:-)




Take care of yourself, sometimes you should take a rest, and
take it easy!!!!

I might miss you!






*Ten years ago, Miwa came to Canada to study English same as me then she got enough skills to be a student in SFU. *one of the famous universities in BC* Right now she has own office to support many students who want to be English speaker as she does.
Many students want to be like Miwa, because she can speak English,
got married a handsome Canadian and she seems an angel when they have many trobles.
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by pepo629 | 2004-11-25 11:34 | Persons

The First Day When I Saw Miho

The first impressions make people laugh sometimes. It had already passed over one year when I saw Miho for the first time in Vancouver. I still remember that day. On that day was provably in May, 2003. My Japanese counsellor got a phone call from Miho, so we went to her ESL school which is located Downtown Vancouver. We have never met in Japan and I didn’t expect the meeting because I have searched like her character for long time. When I saw her, she was angry because her school assess her at a suitable level. Even it is forbidden to speak Japanese in the school; she told the Japanese counsellor many things. In my mind, her impression was unforgettable. Last of all, it was the first day when I met Miho.
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by pepo629 | 2004-11-17 10:05 | Persons

Mr.Arafat's death

His Biography

On November 11th, one guy ,who works for the world piece, died in France. I have no idea about politic, however, I have opinions about his death.
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First of all, why did he send to France?Is there some reasons?If you know, please let me know.
Secound thing is once I saw TV program in Japan. In the program, Masayo.H who is one of TV performers visited to Palestina and she met to sing a song with him. In the song,there are some words about Arafat's name. Anyhow I am so ashamed that program had been taken by a Japanese TV station. I want to know what is the purpose to do that in addition, what did TV crews think after they heard his death.

Last, I would pray for the souls of his death.
He did good job for world peace.
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by pepo629 | 2004-11-15 15:39 | Persons

CS Lewis's wife

I envy her life

CS Lewis is a one of a famous author in England. For long time, he has never married; however, when he saw her and her son then he continue to contact with them, he agreed with getting marry.
But the marriage is for paper work. It means she needs to get English citizenship. Afterwards, he realized he loves her so much. The reason why was she was a cancer. She died 1960. He has been taking care of her until she died.
He is a good author, I heard.
This story is told by my friend, Nathan.
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by pepo629 | 2004-10-30 13:38 | Persons

Passion or Love?

Today I introduce you Nathan. We met by conversation partner in UCFV. He takes TESL classes at night course.
These days my Canadian friend and I talked about something we are interested in on MSN messanger. He has just broke up with his girlfriend. Some friends told me it is your chance to get a boyfriend here. as a joke. Well, he is a wise young boy (he is younger than me). The way of his thinking is so deep.
Tonight we were talking about love. How different between love and passion. It is very interesting topic but it is very complicated to explain that. His past is also very very hard to tell you. Anyway, I am sure he will be one of my best friends in this country Canada.

He suggested me get married to get citizenship to me. Only paper work though. It is a good idea, however, I really need to go back to figure out my life.

How do you think about love?
Love is simple or complicated?
What do you think about kisses?
For you, do you have some special meaning?
I do.
How about my darling?
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by pepo629 | 2004-10-27 16:05 | Persons