An Interview with Eiji Yano: Windward's New Japanese Teacher

By Youngsang Ryu (Columnist, Former Opinion Editor) [?]

Published: December 12, 2008 and Updated: May 5, 2009
Reprinted From The Windward Bridge

Q: How was college in Japan?
A: It was very hard to get into; the entrance exam was difficult.

Q: Where you studious or a slack off?
A: Studious because I had no parental support, I worked during the day and studied at night.

Q: Do you keep in touch with your old best friend?
A: Yes.

Q: Did you have a girlfriend? Do you keep in touch with her?
A: Yes. Yes, she is married and has three kids.

Q: What was your most stressful class?
A: Chinese.

Q: What was your most embarrassing moment?
A: I fell asleep in class, then my class ended and left. Then when I woke up, there was a new class in the classroom.

Q: What car did you drive?
A: A small Suzuki.

Q: Did you like anime?
A: Yes.

Q: How did you study English?
A: In Middle School, I only learned grammar and vocabulary. Then ten years ago, I went to language school and learned how to speak English.

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