Monthly Archives: October 2014

Korean-y Kanji

This sign is for a Korean barbeque/pub-restaurant in Shibuya, part of a chain. The top line just says that it’s a barbecue (yakiniku) pub-restaurant (izakaya). The larger characters below are the cool part, though. They’re the Japanese characters 韓の台所 (*han

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Computerized listening training: a sneak peak at my MA thesis

On campuses all over the world, universities spend millions on setting up Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) rooms. At Sophia, there’s a whole floor dedicated to them. As a computer nerd and language teacher, I should be excited about this,

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