I’m down with a cold, and the Wi-Fi is also not working.
This scenario is almost impossible to happen in Japan, where there are no stable WiFi connection for several days. The optical cable issue is said to have had a long-term, large-scale impact in Vietnam. It would be a problem if this happened often.
On the other hand, the waves are good enough to ride due to the sandbank in front of Jazz Hotel.
It has been almost a year since I have been living my life abroad. There are many things that I realised when I left Japan, and the ‘Japanese culture and Japanese people’ that you used to feel and took for granted are really wonderful when viewed living abroad. Japanese people are confidently receiving good education abroad. Three barriers – food, language and other things – I feel are insurmountable barriers. Others are religion, race, political system, etc.
People build groups with other like-minded people. It is difficult for a foreigner to join and live in the same way. The key is how and to what extent they blend in. It depends on how globalised society becomes, but I think I will live in my home country in my old age.