I have one more blog to write about Peking, my Prof. and my best buddies. I only stayed in peking for one week so that’s pretty eventful for one week.
As for Japan, nothing huge happened after the first week, during which I went back and forth between Kyoto and Tokyo for three times by Shinkansen like a crazy jet girl. I met several interesting figures during the first week, stayed in Regi’s host family’s home for one night, randomly run across a young so-called idol in a mid-night dancing club, who was actually pretty popular among stupid young female masses. it’s better than going to his concert and he looked so ordinary…… met a person out of my expectation at a conference in tokyo, had a dinner with my adviser and he gave me a tour about the urban transition in Shinjuku. on the late-night shinkansen back to kyoto, i have to suffer those drunk sallarymen who were still drinking; saiyaku!
nothing has happened after i settled down in kyoto. i am still an alcoholic and i tried to control it. my studies still went slowly and made me cranky occasionally. I kept writing letters to Frank. my japanese is NOT improving, especially with my pronunciation. and i haven’t opened the books i brought to kyoto once, or worn the dress i brought to kyoto. how can i become a retarded in packing luggage! i haven’t seen much about kyoto, because of the heaving homework and also my personal issues.
recently one trivia thing is kind of bothering me. my mid-school best friend, apparently only i considered her as my mid-school best friend, is getting married while trying every effort to keep me out of her wedding. i was so so confused.
but i am not going to ask her. things do happen, and i do lose friends.