Some Group Photos with Japanese YE

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The Lions Club always got Youth Exchange program for the young, which is one of the benefit of joining Leo Club. Recently, just the last Christmas, 3 Japanese came over to Penang for a youth exchange program and hosted by other Leo Club, not related to my club but I was there at the cafe to say “Konichiwa” to them.

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I don’t really know Japanese, even I have watch BOSS (my favourite Japanese TV series) and a few anime before. I only know simple words like Konichiwa, Ohaiyo Gozaimasu, Watashiwa Nicholas Desu, Konbanwa, Sayonara, Sumimasen, Kawaii-neh, Tokyo, Honda, Toyota, Sony, Nintendo and so on.

So it’s not easy to communicate with them but I like this language. Very cute.

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We then take photos together.

“Camera-ni, Ichi, Ni, San!”

“Kawaii-ne”

“Arigato, hajime mashite.”

“Sushi Sashimi”

“Sony PSP”

“Yamateh”

“Gambateh”

Said a lot of lame words there.

 

A Malaysian-Chinese who fancies good food, enjoy travelling, and have an obsession in pressing the camera shutter button and technology gadget, not to mention, a strong love for Penang. Nick is currently based in the UK and pursuing a BA degree for Interior Design and he's obviously on travel-mode now.

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