Almost one month has passed since I came to Lincoln, Nebraska. Tempus fugit! so I have no time to hesitate to take actions until the day I will go back to Japan.
Speaking of which, I experienced a discrimination for the first time. It was last Friday that I found a word on white board of my room’s door. It was a discriminatory word. I could not noticed it until my Chinese-Malaysian friend told me.
As you might guess, what I need to learn from that situation is those things could happen. It is not just one of the topics of history textbooks. I felt as if I saw a bad side of the U.S.
On the contrary, thanks to my friends in Lincoln, I can seize chances to speak English, especially talking about myself. I was invited dinner by my friend yesterday. I went to a restaurant called Chargrill where you can enjoy American hamburgers, that is, beef and chicken in Lincoln.
There were the nine persons in total in the group. I know of the three. Then, one thing I realized was my next task was to learn to start a conversation.
Now is the time to go to the next phase. (WREN@Nebraska)