I adore Japan, and although it isn't a Muslim majority location in Asia, I'd very much like to live there, provided I can enjoy both worlds - The diversity and uniqueness of Japan and its culture, as well as a place where I can connect with other Muslims. Any positive, useful advice welcome
Salaam and Domo!
- Rouillie Wilkerson
Hi my names is Mari and I am the Assistant Associate Producer for a Travel Channel show are are currently shooting in Tokyo.
We are still looking for ten more people that would be willing to be interviewed for the Travel Channel TV show. This is a "Man/Woman On the Street" type interview where we will "stop you on the street" and ask you questions about life in Japan as an Expat.
Please PM me at SilvanoConsulting@gmail.com
We would need people on Feb 28 or March 2.
Please let me know ASAP if you or a friend can help us complete the show.
The Travel Channel is a very popular, award winning American Cable television network, available in 96 million homes in the USA, as well as channels internationally and online. In the USA it is a household name where everyone knows what the Travel Channel is just like they know in Japan what NHK is.
Travel Channel's website can be seen at: http://www.travelchannel.com.
thanks so much!
odd question, odd situation. my elderly, japanese born mother wants to return to japan and move into a home for the aged (she is in her 80s). some distant family members are trying to help her with her visa, but i don't speak japanese and they don't speak more than a few words of english.
does anyone have any knowledge or experience of the retirement homes out there (not the super pricey ones). i'm concerned that she will find herself stuck in a situation that she will not like.
could you point me to any resources? websites for these places? pictures? anything?
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