<続き> …But the difficult thing during my stay in
Japan was learning how to communicate with deaf
Japanese people, but at the end I was communicating
with the quite well. From my experience of Japan,
Japan is totally different in sanitary department
because there is barely any trash littering the streets,
environment, and places which are quite a feat
compared to U.S.A. Also Japan is very friendly
toward to blind people by having tracks designed for
blind laid down on all possible pathways including
indoors. Other difference is the laws of the road and
the cars are driven on the right side instead of left
side (American’s version). But the similarities between
Japan and U.S.A. are transportation system,
technological progress (cellphones, TVs, etc.), and
lifestyle standards (homes, cars, etc.), really it’s
hard to find similarities between the two countries.
Deaf Japanese students and American students are
different by having difficult school system between
Japan and USA.
My experience in Japan was very worthwhile for me
because Japan offered me a totally different and
new experiences such as socialize with Japanese
people, and learning about Japan’s culture and
language. Plus I made new Japanese friends which
I sorely missed very much already, but its part of
learning and seeing a whole new world. I will definitely
do this again because there are so many things I hadn’t
seen yet and I want to see my friends again if possible.
So, overall Japan was very awesome and I will jump at
my chances to visit it again !
* I will share another essays upon your request.