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Stories from Abroad: Adaptation and Appreciation in Japan
Posted on Thursday, November 12, 2020 - 12:33 in Stories from Abroad, Teach Abroad
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Ashley spent three years teaching in Japan with the JET program. She went above and beyond to connect with the local culture by becoming involved in extra-curricular activities, and found her career aspirations altered by her full-immersion experience. Her story is an important read for anyone considering teaching abroad, particularly in Japan.

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Ashley mails some New Year's nengajo cards at a traditional mailbox.

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