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Living and Studying in Japan or China

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    (Original post by ourlanguageschool)
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    I'd go for Japan, I'm pretty certain it'd be just like Tokyo Drift......

    As for your post, language issues, monetary issues, and most importantly the fooooood.
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    Watch out for the pretty girl who talks English, she dates the Drift King.
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    Not sure what the question is here... But I am living in Japan right now, studying and teaching a bit of English. Any questions, just ask.
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    Halloo, currently studying at the University of Tokyo on a JASSO scholarship! Nice to see there's actually a thread for this haha.
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    (Original post by screenager2004)
    Halloo, currently studying at the University of Tokyo on a JASSO scholarship! Nice to see there's actually a thread for this haha.
    What are you studying?
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    (Original post by Gridiron-Gangster)
    What are you studying?
    Studying as part of the AIKOM programme, which is basically liberal arts, I don't have a major or anything.
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    I'm thinking of applying for a masters programme assuming they teach it in English. Looking at UTokyo, UKyoto, Leopard and Waseda along with places in the UK and US.
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    lived in Japan for a few years, graduated high school there ... didn't stay for uni though
    I think most people struggle with the expense, but that depends entirely on your finances and source of funding.

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