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Japan has always been one of my favourite travel destinations. the richness in culture. the food. the people. the architecture. the history and shrines.

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japan

family life in japan is much different from u.s.. at a young age, children ride the trains by themselves to school. most mothers are homemakers while the father works to provide for the family. in u.s., we are taught since young to never walk by ourselves or stray away from a trusted adult. most mothers in u.s. work to provide for the family, as well as the fathers.

speaking of trains, i noticed that in japan, they use trains a lot. in the u.s., we rely mainly on cars, more than any other form of transportation. i also noticed that convenience stores are relied on heavily by the japanese. there are a wide variety of snacks and meals to choose from. the food is fresh and inexpensive. whereas in the u.s. most people don’t use convenience stores because the quality of food and products ain’t good.

while i was staying with my host family in sodegaura, my exchange partner, kae sakoyama (@summer_love0824 ), brought me out to various places such as tokyo, kyoto and mount fuji to experience japan. i’m fortunate to experience the light fixtures at teamlab borderless museum, the hype and vibes at harajuku and shibuya, the amazing sights at nara prefecture, the funs at disney sea, and the beauty of donning the traditional kimono. and i’ll never forget the excitement at the owl café.

before coming back home, the host family surprised me with a photo album, filled with pictures taken throughout the trip. this wondrous memory will sit with me forever.

exchange participant: katie liana chandler
hosting family: the sakoyama family

#youthgoglobal #ygg #diversity #exchangeprogram #culturalexchange #mitsuichemicalsgroup #makeithappen #travel #wanderlust #travelogue #goodvibes #japan

comment 0 star 6 last month

Ohio is so beautiful. the spread out corn fields and the scenery were captivating.

during my stay with my host family (the chandler family), i had this opportunity to join my exchange partner, katie, to her classes. everything felt different from japan. they go to school by car. the school holds students from elementary level to high school level. students of different age group get to mingle together during self-study classes. they snack and drink water in class. they have very short break time in between classes. and, their lunch in school is very different from japan – hot dog, snacks and orange.

on the contrary, japan schools separate students by age and we largely mingle with our cohort. we cannot snack in class. we have slightly longer in-between-class breaks. and now, i also appreciate the lunch in japan schools as there are much more side dishes variety.

the host family also brought me to experience other aspects of u.s. such as malls, museums and cedar point, a famous amusement park there. we also went to hocking hills for a short camping to appreciate the nature.

i was also glad to be introduced to mr. shite, the president of the host father. met his wife too. visited their factory and understood more about their work there.

i had a great experience during this exchange programme and special thanks to mitsui chemicals group for this opportunity.

exchange participant: kae sakoyama (@summer_love0824 )
hosting family: the chandler family

#youthgoglobal #ygg #diversity #exchangeprogram #culturalexchange #mitsuichemicalsgroup #makeithappen #travel #wanderlust #travelogue #goodvibes #us #ohio

comment 0 star 12 4 weeks ago

Family life in japan is much different from u.s.. at a young age, children ride the trains by themselves to school. most mothers are homemakers while the father works to provide for the family. in u.s., we are taught since young to never walk by ourselves or stray away from a trusted adult. most mothers in u.s. work to provide for the family, as well as the fathers.

speaking of trains, i noticed that in japan, they use trains a lot. in the u.s., we rely mainly on cars, more than any other form of transportation. i also noticed that convenience stores are relied on heavily by the japanese. there are a wide variety of snacks and meals to choose from. the food is fresh and inexpensive. whereas in the u.s. most people don’t use convenience stores because the quality of food and products ain’t good.

while i was staying with my host family in sodegaura, my exchange partner, kae sakoyama (@summer_love0824 ), brought me out to various places such as tokyo, kyoto and mount fuji to experience japan. i’m fortunate to experience the light fixtures at teamlab borderless museum, the hype and vibes at harajuku and shibuya, the amazing sights at nara prefecture, the funs at disney sea, and the beauty of donning the traditional kimono. and i’ll never forget the excitement at the owl café.

before coming back home, the host family surprised me with a photo album, filled with pictures taken throughout the trip. this wondrous memory will sit with me forever.

exchange participant: katie liana chandler
hosting family: the sakoyama family

#youthgoglobal #ygg #diversity #exchangeprogram #culturalexchange #mitsuichemicalsgroup #makeithappen #travel #wanderlust #travelogue #goodvibes #japan

comment 0 star 8 last month

Coming soon trailer healer season ii
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공주님
“princess”

미안해, 나는 너를 떠나야 “sorry, i have to leave you”

나는 내가 지금하는 길은 너를 보호하기에 충분하지 않다는 것을 깨달았다
“i realized, the way i am now is not enough to proctect you”

나는 나 자신을 훈련시키고, 나 자신보다 강해 져야한다.
“i have to train myself, strenghten myself, to be stronger than i ever been before”

하지만 내가 돌아오고 네 편으로 돌아갈거야.
“but i will comeback, return to your side”

항상 거기에있다
“to always be there”

너를 보호하기 위해서
“to proctect you”

너를 사랑하기 위해
“to love you”

언제나 그리고 영원히
“every now, and forever after”
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nb1: healer season ii will be aired in april 31st
nb2: princess bakal nunggu aku kan?

#youthgoglobal #kangenkorea

comment 43 star 148 March 2018

Mexico holds much historic locations that’s worth understanding and exploring.

ms amber czeiszperger, daughter to one of our colleagues in anderson development company in usa, had the opportunity to exchange with another colleague’s daughter in mexico. from her photos, you could literally feel her excitement while exploring the land.

swipe right to view her photos!

exchange participant: amber czeiszperger
hosting family: the ureño family

#youthgoglobal #ygg #diversity #exchangeprogram #culturalexchange #mitsuichemicalsgroup #makeithappen #travel #wanderlust #travelogue #goodvibes #mexico

comment 2 star 11 last month

The cultural differences between usa and germany is definitely different. while some of the things such as the streets and weather are similar, the practices are rather different.

i had the opportunity to experience american party and even watching a broadway show - the lion king! the family also brought me whale watching too!

parting never easy and we promised that we will meet again. it was a great experience to travel alone to another continent.

exchange participant: emily fee hoffmann
hosting family: the poulos family

photo credit: emily fee hoffmann @emilyhfm

#youthgoglobal #ygg #diversity #exchangeprogram #culturalexchange #mitsuichemicalsgroup #travel #wanderlust #travelogue #goodvibes

comment 0 star 13 October 2018

It was an interesting experience for me to learn a whole new culture. there are much differences than similarities between germany and us. the language is different. the food is different. the living environment is different.

the hosting family, the hoffman, played great host for me, making me feel comfortable.

the 2 weeks exchange program had me learnt so much and i am grateful for this opportunity. planning for my next trip back in germany to visit my newly made friends there!

exchange participant: melanie anna poulos
hosting family: the hoffman family

#youthgoglobal #ygg #diversity #exchangeprogram #culturalexchange #mitsuichemicalsgroup #travel #wanderlust #travelogue #goodvibes

comment 0 star 9 July 2018

Love reading such wonderful exchange experiences.

#repost @youth_go_global
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ohio

ohio is so beautiful. the spread out corn fields and the scenery were captivating.

during my stay with my host family (the chandler family), i had this opportunity to join my exchange partner, katie, to her classes. everything felt different from japan. they go to school by car. the school holds students from elementary level to high school level. students of different age group get to mingle together during self-study classes. they snack and drink water in class. they have very short break time in between classes. and, their lunch in school is very different from japan – hot dog, snacks and orange.

on the contrary, japan schools separate students by age and we largely mingle with our cohort. we cannot snack in class. we have slightly longer in-between-class breaks. and now, i also appreciate the lunch in japan schools as there are much more side dishes variety.

the host family also brought me to experience other aspects of u.s. such as malls, museums and cedar point, a famous amusement park there. we also went to hocking hills for a short camping to appreciate the nature.

i was also glad to be introduced to mr. shite, the president of the host father. met his wife too. visited their factory and understood more about their work there.

i had a great experience during this exchange programme and special thanks to mitsui chemicals group for this opportunity.

exchange participant: kae sakoyama (@summer_love0824 )
hosting family: the chandler family

#youthgoglobal #ygg #diversity #exchangeprogram #culturalexchange #mitsuichemicalsgroup #makeithappen #travel #wanderlust #travelogue #goodvibes #us #ohio

comment 3 star 2 4 weeks ago

I'm hoping to save up enough for a germany trip with the kids when they are older.

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germany

glad to be hosted by the hoess family. especially to the parents of tabea (my exchange partner), they made sure that i settled in comfortably.

during the trip to germany, i’m thinking how different could it be in comparison to united states. and when i was there, i noticed that germans consume similar music genres, movies, and shows.

but a huge difference was the way we commute. in united states, most people drives around the cities or take a taxi. in contrast, when we were in berlin, i noticed that many people uses public transport such as the subway or buses. or, they could be either cycling or walking, and i appreciated this very much because it reaps much benefit for individual’s health and also the environment.

the food culture between germany and united states is also very different. in germany, carbonated water is only available in certain stores. also, there are a lot more pork and beef options in their menu. my favourite? the schnitzel, which is breaded fried pork steak with melted cheese, served with fries.

my exchange trip to germany will be an experience that i know i’ll never forget. i can never thank the organizing company enough for the experience of a lifetime!

exchange participant: emma hilke ( @ehilke_2021 )
hosting family: the hoess family
#youthgoglobal #ygg #diversity #exchangeprogram #culturalexchange #mitsuichemicalsgroup #makeithappen #travel #wanderlust #travelogue #goodvibes #germany

comment 0 star 1 3 weeks ago

I'm hoping to save up enough for a germany trip with the kids when they are older.

#repost @youth_go_global
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germany

glad to be hosted by the hoess family. especially to the parents of tabea (my exchange partner), they made sure that i settled in comfortably.

during the trip to germany, i’m thinking how different could it be in comparison to united states. and when i was there, i noticed that germans consume similar music genres, movies, and shows.

but a huge difference was the way we commute. in united states, most people drives around the cities or take a taxi. in contrast, when we were in berlin, i noticed that many people uses public transport such as the subway or buses. or, they could be either cycling or walking, and i appreciated this very much because it reaps much benefit for individual’s health and also the environment.

the food culture between germany and united states is also very different. in germany, carbonated water is only available in certain stores. also, there are a lot more pork and beef options in their menu. my favourite? the schnitzel, which is breaded fried pork steak with melted cheese, served with fries.

my exchange trip to germany will be an experience that i know i’ll never forget. i can never thank the organizing company enough for the experience of a lifetime!

exchange participant: emma hilke ( @ehilke_2021 )
hosting family: the hoess family
#youthgoglobal #ygg #diversity #exchangeprogram #culturalexchange #mitsuichemicalsgroup #makeithappen #travel #wanderlust #travelogue #goodvibes #germany

comment 0 star 1 3 weeks ago

Love reading such wonderful exchange experiences.

#repost @youth_go_global
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ohio

ohio is so beautiful. the spread out corn fields and the scenery were captivating.

during my stay with my host family (the chandler family), i had this opportunity to join my exchange partner, katie, to her classes. everything felt different from japan. they go to school by car. the school holds students from elementary level to high school level. students of different age group get to mingle together during self-study classes. they snack and drink water in class. they have very short break time in between classes. and, their lunch in school is very different from japan – hot dog, snacks and orange.

on the contrary, japan schools separate students by age and we largely mingle with our cohort. we cannot snack in class. we have slightly longer in-between-class breaks. and now, i also appreciate the lunch in japan schools as there are much more side dishes variety.

the host family also brought me to experience other aspects of u.s. such as malls, museums and cedar point, a famous amusement park there. we also went to hocking hills for a short camping to appreciate the nature.

i was also glad to be introduced to mr. shite, the president of the host father. met his wife too. visited their factory and understood more about their work there.

i had a great experience during this exchange programme and special thanks to mitsui chemicals group for this opportunity.

exchange participant: kae sakoyama (@summer_love0824 )
hosting family: the chandler family

#youthgoglobal #ygg #diversity #exchangeprogram #culturalexchange #mitsuichemicalsgroup #makeithappen #travel #wanderlust #travelogue #goodvibes #us #ohio

comment 3 star 2 4 weeks ago

Ohio is so beautiful. the spread out corn fields and the scenery were captivating.

during my stay with my host family (the chandler family), i had this opportunity to join my exchange partner, katie, to her classes. everything felt different from japan. they go to school by car. the school holds students from elementary level to high school level. students of different age group get to mingle together during self-study classes. they snack and drink water in class. they have very short break time in between classes. and, their lunch in school is very different from japan – hot dog, snacks and orange.

on the contrary, japan schools separate students by age and we largely mingle with our cohort. we cannot snack in class. we have slightly longer in-between-class breaks. and now, i also appreciate the lunch in japan schools as there are much more side dishes variety.

the host family also brought me to experience other aspects of u.s. such as malls, museums and cedar point, a famous amusement park there. we also went to hocking hills for a short camping to appreciate the nature.

i was also glad to be introduced to mr. shite, the president of the host father. met his wife too. visited their factory and understood more about their work there.

i had a great experience during this exchange programme and special thanks to mitsui chemicals group for this opportunity.

exchange participant: kae sakoyama (@summer_love0824 )
hosting family: the chandler family

#youthgoglobal #ygg #diversity #exchangeprogram #culturalexchange #mitsuichemicalsgroup #makeithappen #travel #wanderlust #travelogue #goodvibes #us #ohio

comment 0 star 12 4 weeks ago

There are much similarities between germany and u.s. such as weather, political system and sports. even with my exchange partner, emma, we have much common interests too! but i would say the americans are much “friendlier” as compared to germany.

in my stay at emma’s household, i had the chance to experience a baseball game held at a massive stadium. pretty sure that there’s at least 50,000 game-goers there. baseball is not popular in germany and this experience was very new to me. what’s also new to me was the eating habits that are vastly different between germany and u.s.. here in the states, fast-foods are very common, and probably well-known too. not that germany don’t have fast-food, but the famous ones are not common back home. in germany, folks would dine-in and have conversations during the meal. but in the states, drive-through seems common and they would buy home.

throughout my stay with the hilke family, i was brought to places such as the indians all-star convention, rock & roll hall of fame, and even went out for a boating trip. emma also brought me to cedar point, one of the biggest roller coaster parks in the world, one my second day. after spending 12 hours on roller coasters, i was totally exhausted but probably one of my most thrilling day in my life! it was also my first time experiencing “stand-up paddling” in one of the days, and it sure was challenging.

exchange participant: tabea hoess ( @tabea.hoess )
hosting family: the hilke family

#youthgoglobal #ygg #diversity #exchangeprogram #culturalexchange #mitsuichemicalsgroup #makeithappen #travel #wanderlust #travelogue #goodvibes #usa

comment 2 star 10 5 weeks ago

Japan has always been one of my favourite travel destinations. the richness in culture. the food. the people. the architecture. the history and shrines.

#repost @youth_go_global
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japan

family life in japan is much different from u.s.. at a young age, children ride the trains by themselves to school. most mothers are homemakers while the father works to provide for the family. in u.s., we are taught since young to never walk by ourselves or stray away from a trusted adult. most mothers in u.s. work to provide for the family, as well as the fathers.

speaking of trains, i noticed that in japan, they use trains a lot. in the u.s., we rely mainly on cars, more than any other form of transportation. i also noticed that convenience stores are relied on heavily by the japanese. there are a wide variety of snacks and meals to choose from. the food is fresh and inexpensive. whereas in the u.s. most people don’t use convenience stores because the quality of food and products ain’t good.

while i was staying with my host family in sodegaura, my exchange partner, kae sakoyama (@summer_love0824 ), brought me out to various places such as tokyo, kyoto and mount fuji to experience japan. i’m fortunate to experience the light fixtures at teamlab borderless museum, the hype and vibes at harajuku and shibuya, the amazing sights at nara prefecture, the funs at disney sea, and the beauty of donning the traditional kimono. and i’ll never forget the excitement at the owl café.

before coming back home, the host family surprised me with a photo album, filled with pictures taken throughout the trip. this wondrous memory will sit with me forever.

exchange participant: katie liana chandler
hosting family: the sakoyama family

#youthgoglobal #ygg #diversity #exchangeprogram #culturalexchange #mitsuichemicalsgroup #makeithappen #travel #wanderlust #travelogue #goodvibes #japan

comment 0 star 6 last month

Family life in japan is much different from u.s.. at a young age, children ride the trains by themselves to school. most mothers are homemakers while the father works to provide for the family. in u.s., we are taught since young to never walk by ourselves or stray away from a trusted adult. most mothers in u.s. work to provide for the family, as well as the fathers.

speaking of trains, i noticed that in japan, they use trains a lot. in the u.s., we rely mainly on cars, more than any other form of transportation. i also noticed that convenience stores are relied on heavily by the japanese. there are a wide variety of snacks and meals to choose from. the food is fresh and inexpensive. whereas in the u.s. most people don’t use convenience stores because the quality of food and products ain’t good.

while i was staying with my host family in sodegaura, my exchange partner, kae sakoyama (@summer_love0824 ), brought me out to various places such as tokyo, kyoto and mount fuji to experience japan. i’m fortunate to experience the light fixtures at teamlab borderless museum, the hype and vibes at harajuku and shibuya, the amazing sights at nara prefecture, the funs at disney sea, and the beauty of donning the traditional kimono. and i’ll never forget the excitement at the owl café.

before coming back home, the host family surprised me with a photo album, filled with pictures taken throughout the trip. this wondrous memory will sit with me forever.

exchange participant: katie liana chandler
hosting family: the sakoyama family

#youthgoglobal #ygg #diversity #exchangeprogram #culturalexchange #mitsuichemicalsgroup #makeithappen #travel #wanderlust #travelogue #goodvibes #japan

comment 0 star 8 last month

Wishing that i can save up enough for another trip to the states.

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what do we know? both my hosting family and i love cheese and milk! and it’s so much fun to have little siblings as home, running all over the house.

comparing usa and mexico, we have very different practices and culture. they use gps frequently. chips is a food option. they are very active (or at least the czeiszperger family is). they are into baseball. and even the way they wash their dishes is different!

during my stay with the czeiszperger family, i had the chance to participate in their family camping out at wilderness state park. during this camping experience, i was also brought to places such as mackinac island and tahquamenon waterfalls. didn’t manage to catch a live baseball game due to rain but i’m awed by the size of their baseball stadium.

i’m also the “museum person” and i was delighted when they brought me to the museum & archives of michigan. saw a lot of cool things about michigan and learnt a lot about this wonderful place.

thank you so much to my host family, my own family and everyone who organized in this program. this was one of the best experiences in my life so far, and i am really grateful for every single detail. i hope to see amber and my host family again soon!

exchange participant: laura sofía ureño @sofiaureno
hosting family: the czeiszperger family

#youthgoglobal #ygg #diversity #exchangeprogram #culturalexchange #mitsuichemicalsgroup #makeithappen #travel #wanderlust #travelogue #goodvibes #usa

comment 0 star 7 last month

What do we know? both my hosting family and i love cheese and milk! and it’s so much fun to have little siblings as home, running all over the house.

comparing usa and mexico, we have very different practices and culture. they use gps frequently. chips is a food option. they are very active (or at least the czeiszperger family is). they are into baseball. and even the way they wash their dishes is different!

during my stay with the czeiszperger family, i had the chance to participate in their family camping out at wilderness state park. during this camping experience, i was also brought to places such as mackinac island and tahquamenon waterfalls. didn’t manage to catch a live baseball game due to rain but i’m awed by the size of their baseball stadium.

i’m also the “museum person” and i was delighted when they brought me to the museum & archives of michigan. saw a lot of cool things about michigan and learnt a lot about this wonderful place.

thank you so much to my host family, my own family and everyone who organized in this program. this was one of the best experiences in my life so far, and i am really grateful for every single detail. i hope to see amber and my host family again soon!

exchange participant: laura sofía ureño @sofiaureno
hosting family: the czeiszperger family

#youthgoglobal #ygg #diversity #exchangeprogram #culturalexchange #mitsuichemicalsgroup #makeithappen #travel #wanderlust #travelogue #goodvibes #usa

comment 0 star 11 last month

Wow. i do wish to make a trip to mexico though. it's always one of my holiday destinations but never been able to save up enough for it.

#repost @youth_go_global
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mexico holds much historic locations that’s worth understanding and exploring.

ms amber czeiszperger, daughter to one of our colleagues in anderson development company in usa, had the opportunity to exchange with another colleague’s daughter in mexico. from her photos, you could literally feel her excitement while exploring the land.

swipe right to view her photos!

exchange participant: amber czeiszperger
hosting family: the ureño family

#youthgoglobal #ygg #diversity #exchangeprogram #culturalexchange #mitsuichemicalsgroup #makeithappen #travel #wanderlust #travelogue #goodvibes #mexico

comment 0 star 8 last month

Mexico holds much historic locations that’s worth understanding and exploring.

ms amber czeiszperger, daughter to one of our colleagues in anderson development company in usa, had the opportunity to exchange with another colleague’s daughter in mexico. from her photos, you could literally feel her excitement while exploring the land.

swipe right to view her photos!

exchange participant: amber czeiszperger
hosting family: the ureño family

#youthgoglobal #ygg #diversity #exchangeprogram #culturalexchange #mitsuichemicalsgroup #makeithappen #travel #wanderlust #travelogue #goodvibes #mexico

comment 2 star 11 last month

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the japanese are strict about manners compared to where i come from.

before coming over to japan, my father told me that i shouldn't point my chopsticks at anyone, even when they are on the table. but hearing from masazumi-kun (my exchange partner), the younger generation don’t really mind if the chopsticks are on the table. however, you are absolutely not allowed to point chopsticks at someone when holding them. his mother also said that older people don’t want chopsticks pointed at them at all because it represents disrespect. masazumi-kun shared with me a lot about how respecting the elderly is a very important part of japanese culture.

japan is also very organised because of their “tradition of respect for others”. everybody walks on the left side apart from in osaka where everyone walks on the right for some reason. everyone also lines up for the trains and they let people get off first before getting on in an orderly fashion. people also always making one lane for walking and another for standing on the escalator, which was also surprising for me.

festivals seem to be a very important part of japanese tradition and culture as they occur often. when i was in both osaka and kyoto i experienced two out of the three festivals. you could clearly observed that the festivals are the number one priority in kyoto because many main roads were closed and it also had a heavy police presence. had a great time trying all the traditional festival foods and walk around with masazumi-kun’s friends.
all this makes japanese tradition unique and special because this place is like no other i have ever been too.

exchange participant: aiden berendes
hosting family: the sasaki family

#youthgoglobal #ygg #diversity #exchangeprogram #culturalexchange #mitsuichemicalsgroup #travel #wanderlust #travelogue #goodvibes #japan

comment 0 star 1 last month

The japanese are strict about manners compared to where i come from.

before coming over to japan, my father told me that i shouldn't point my chopsticks at anyone, even when they are on the table. but hearing from masazumi-kun (my exchange partner), the younger generation don’t really mind if the chopsticks are on the table. however, you are absolutely not allowed to point chopsticks at someone when holding them. his mother also said that older people don’t want chopsticks pointed at them at all because it represents disrespect. masazumi-kun shared with me a lot about how respecting the elderly is a very important part of japanese culture.

japan is also very organised because of their “tradition of respect for others”. everybody walks on the left side apart from in osaka where everyone walks on the right for some reason. everyone also lines up for the trains and they let people get off first before getting on in an orderly fashion. people also always making one lane for walking and another for standing on the escalator, which was also surprising for me.

festivals seem to be a very important part of japanese tradition and culture as they occur often. when i was in both osaka and kyoto i experienced two out of the three festivals. you could clearly observed that the festivals are the number one priority in kyoto because many main roads were closed and it also had a heavy police presence. had a great time trying all the traditional festival foods and walk around with masazumi-kun’s friends.
all this makes japanese tradition unique and special because this place is like no other i have ever been too.

exchange participant: aiden berendes
hosting family: the sasaki family

#youthgoglobal #ygg #diversity #exchangeprogram #culturalexchange #mitsuichemicalsgroup #travel #wanderlust #travelogue #goodvibes #japan

comment 0 star 8 last month

The cultural differences between usa and germany is definitely different. while some of the things such as the streets and weather are similar, the practices are rather different.

i had the opportunity to experience american party and even watching a broadway show - the lion king! the family also brought me whale watching too!

parting never easy and we promised that we will meet again. it was a great experience to travel alone to another continent.

exchange participant: emily fee hoffmann
hosting family: the poulos family

photo credit: emily fee hoffmann @emilyhfm

#youthgoglobal #ygg #diversity #exchangeprogram #culturalexchange #mitsuichemicalsgroup #travel #wanderlust #travelogue #goodvibes

comment 0 star 13 October 2018

We are happy to note that another youth go global participant, luca sophie freund from germany, spent some wonderful learning experience in malaysia.

in photos feature luca with her little exchange host, ying shien, at the secondary school in malaysia.

exchange participant: luca sophie freund @luca.frnd
hosting family: the chong family

#youthgoglobal #ygg #diversity #exchangeprogram #culturalexchange #mitsuichemicalsgroup #travel #wanderlust #travelogue #goodvibes

comment 0 star 14 October 2018

It was an interesting experience for me to learn a whole new culture. there are much differences than similarities between germany and us. the language is different. the food is different. the living environment is different.

the hosting family, the hoffman, played great host for me, making me feel comfortable.

the 2 weeks exchange program had me learnt so much and i am grateful for this opportunity. planning for my next trip back in germany to visit my newly made friends there!

exchange participant: melanie anna poulos
hosting family: the hoffman family

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comment 0 star 9 July 2018

Although japan and germany have many similarities in terms of politeness and punctuality, our lifestyles are vastly different.

we are different food. we commute in different ways. we had different religion. and our housing is very different too.

in this exchange trip, i had he opportunity to view things from different perspectives. besides understanding culture from germany, i get to also know a bit more about french culture as sophie’s mother is french.

to sophie and family, thank you for hosting me!

photo credit @dasistyuki
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comment 0 star 18 June 2018

Coming soon trailer healer season ii
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공주님
“princess”

미안해, 나는 너를 떠나야 “sorry, i have to leave you”

나는 내가 지금하는 길은 너를 보호하기에 충분하지 않다는 것을 깨달았다
“i realized, the way i am now is not enough to proctect you”

나는 나 자신을 훈련시키고, 나 자신보다 강해 져야한다.
“i have to train myself, strenghten myself, to be stronger than i ever been before”

하지만 내가 돌아오고 네 편으로 돌아갈거야.
“but i will comeback, return to your side”

항상 거기에있다
“to always be there”

너를 보호하기 위해서
“to proctect you”

너를 사랑하기 위해
“to love you”

언제나 그리고 영원히
“every now, and forever after”
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nb1: healer season ii will be aired in april 31st
nb2: princess bakal nunggu aku kan?

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comment 43 star 148 March 2018

Modern metropolitan with beautiful nature experiences. canada is simply amazing.

thanks nick claudia and her family for hosting this trip!

photos by @alena_keu

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comment 3 star 18 September 2017