Wednesday, 28 May 2014

My wonderful student life in Tsukuba by Chiaki K.

My student life at the University of Tsukuba is wonderful. First, I’m satisfied with the classes which I have selected. I can study what I want to, especially comparative literature and culture. I feel happy when I study them. Second, the University of Tsukuba has very big libraries. In particular, the central library has so many books. They are so interesting for me and they help me when I study by myself. So I like to go to the central library. Third, I like to do my club activity. I belong to an art club, Zugadan. I enjoy not only drawing but also sometimes going to art museums with members. And I can make friends besides that in the Comparative Culture Department. It is fun to talk with friends and I learn from talking with senior members about the fine arts, studying, the future and so on. I look forward to seeing them on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Finally, I have many friends. My friends are great people. They are interesting, kind and intelligent. Thanks to them, I can find new perspectives and I can learn many things every day. When I spend time with my friends, I don’t feel lonely about living alone. I live a good student life at the University of Tsukuba with interesting classes, good libraries and very nice friends.



  1. Hello, I'm Akari. Your text is nice and easy to read. And I'm glad to read this text because I belong to the comparing culture department and Zugadan. Let's do our best next exhibition!

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    2. Hi, Akari. Thank you for your comment.
      I'm sorry to remove my former reply for my spelling mistake in it.
      I'm glad to meet many friends(Of course, you too!) in my department and Zugadan!
      And let's enjoy our exhibition!


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