Sunday, 1 June 2014

My busy life at the University of Tsukuba by Narumi Y

I belong to many associations at the University of Tsukuba. First, I am a student of a humanities department, but I don’t know what I am interested in now. Anyway, I want to study Japanese modern history. Of course it is fun for me, but I am a little anxious whether I can write a good graduation thesis here or not. Second, I am a member of two clubs. The canoe club and the folk music in Latin America club. I like to float down a river and to play the musical instrument called quena. Both of the things are exciting for me. Furthermore, I’m going to participate in one more circle, trampoline club. I am also a member of the executive board of the sports clubs. I work as the chief of the establishment’s bureau. We call a meeting to talk about the operation of sport circle and ourselves, some events, and so on two times for a week. This association has a lot of hard workers, maybe, I also love my work. We often go to dinner after the meeting. Because of these associations, I always have a lot of to do. My life at the University of Tsukuba is active and busy, but I am satisfied every day because I am fulfilling!

1 comment:

  1. Hello. I'm Sekine Satomi. Your essay is interesting for me. Folk music in Latin America seems to be amusing in particular. I like musical instruments very much. I want to listen to your rendering someday.


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