Japanese Manga Course in Washington State
I am not sure if this would be any thing anime related, but i thought I wanted to give you the heads up on somthing regarding our users from oregon and Vancouver BC to know about this, too bad I don't have the money and much education to get started on this since i would have to repeat my 11th grade in order to be in this new event, but there is the info here from ANN.
Just another reason why Washington state sucks majorly if you don't live in the Puget Sound area. Why can't they have classes like that in Cowlitz County? (Wait, don't answer that. I already know why...)
(For those of you who don't know the geography of the Evergreen State (heck, I don't even know about the east side) the Puget Sound is the body of water Seattle sits on (they always show a shot of it during broadcasts of Mariner games). Cowlitz County is in the SW corner, actually closer to Portland than Seattle (but not close enough!))
Eh, I'm already enrolled in an Anime class as part of my side cluster for Sophmore Inquiry.
Go Portland State! WHOO-HOO!
That's interesting; I'm taking Japanese at my university (I'm going into Japanese 3 this fall semester), but it's not manga-based or anything, although it's still fun and my professor, Takahashi-sensei, is really cool, anyway :anime: !
The coolest class that I've heard taught at my university is a class on the Simpsons, but it's, like, near impossible to get into, and, according to one of my professors that I had last semester, it's even harder to get a chance to teach it .
I wish my Art college has a anime class. But I'm lucky that we have an anime club.
Learn Japanese by reading Naruto? Now that's what I'm talk'n about. In my Japanese class we attempted ot translate some manga... Card Captor Sakura and some Ranma 1/2 to my recollection.
Well I do live in Washington... So maybe I'll check this out if it wont mess with my work schedule too much.
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