JLC meeting on September the 8th
Everyone, おはようございます！！ (O HA YOO GO ZA I MA SU)!!! Does everyone remember what this means? I hope so since it was part of our discussion on how Japanese people greet each other. Well, more literally it means "good morning" however some situations like between members of the same club (クラブ KU RA BU)、おはようございます can be used at other times of the day.
About the origami, we showed many kinds of origami. There was a lotus flower, pig, shuriken, frog, and ball. And Wyatt showed 2 videos about origami. In one of the videos was an insanely impressive origami of a dragon.
I also spoke about the Japanese conversation practice. Next meeting, I will be able to announce what day the practice will take place! If you have not signed up, you can still do so next meeting. It is a great opportunity to learn from Japanese students how to speak and listen to Japanese!
Next meeting we will teach about a very important aspect of Japanese culture. That is the relationship between senpai (先輩）、and kouhai （後輩）, that is seniors and juniors in terms of actually age. We will also show Japanese manners and finally, Japanese onomatopoeias!
See you all later!