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Topic: Looking to be pen pals with a mommy in Japan  (Read 1145 times)
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« on: July 28, 2010 04:12:29 PM »

Hi, my name is Toki. I am looking to make friends in Japan and China. My husband wants to move to Japan and we are both very interested in Japanese culture. I am a quarter Chinese and am also interested in learning about my own heritage. We are wanting to learn Japanese and traditional cultural along with modern culture. I have already learned how to make yukata, waraji from tshirts, and a few other home crafts. I am interested in learning Japanese recipes and bento. I am also interested in learning about Japanese child rearing. I am a mom to an 18mo old and will have my second baby this December. I have a cat and a dog and love other animals. I am currently thinking about getting a blowfish. I sew mainly and quilt, I do a little crocheting and like to draw and paint. I'd like to communicate both online and of course snail mail. I can help with English if wanted and we can swap things if you'd like. Please p.m. me if you are interested and feel free to ask more questions about me and my family.
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