Why I Want to Live and Work in Japan
Since the time I first travelled to Japan, I fell in love with this country at once. I think that a lot of people can understand me, as it is really hard not to be fascinated with it. I think that there is everything necessary for successful life and work – well-developed traditions, the latest technologies and safety.
I Do Enjoy Shopping
Everybody has their own way of relaxing and escaping from gloomy and mundane everyday life. As for myself, whenever I feel blue, disappointed with anything or just bored, I go shopping.
What Is the Main Thing in One’s Life?
In my opinion, the most important thing in a person’s life is the attainment of happiness. However, before attaining it, one should define it first.
There Is No Place Like Home
Every person has a place which he treats differently than any other, the place where he feels more comfortable than anywhere else. It is not exactly the place where the person lives – it may be some house or flat from the past, for example, the one he or she lived during childhood in. But what is so specific about it that it plays such an important role in the culture of many nations of the world?
My First Trip Abroad
It is hard for me to remember much about my first trip abroad (to Egypt, namely), because it was about fifteen years ago and I myself was almost a child at that time, so a lot of memories have been lost somewhere on the way.
Typical Night before an Exam
I belong to people who actually take examinations seriously, and for the entirety of my student life I suffered because of it. Not because I was so afraid of every single exam – on the contrary, I never treated them as something frightening, for I knew that if you prepare for them properly, there is nothing to be afraid of. And so, I prepared properly. The problem was that my idea of “properly” has always been somewhat different from what was expected by the professors, and successful passing of the examination usually could have been achieved by about 10% of the effort I actually applied.
You Never Know What You Can Do Till You Try
I have learned the truth of this proverb back in high school, and it wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that to a certain extent it determined my lifestyle afterwards.