A photoblog from Osaka, Japan
It is spring in Japan so I guess I need something with cherry blossoms.
an-fi (Angel Figueroa)
HiI am a publisher of THE EAST; the only English newspaper, which is mainly focused on the East Asian information (at the beginning of every month, more than 12,000 free copies are distributed throughout the London area, particularly, where East Asian Networks are established). I looked at your blog the other day and have been wondering if there would be any chance that we could publish some of your interesting articles on the paper.We think some of your blog articles should be very helpful to the Westners who are interested in Asian Culture.The East cannot afford to pay for your articles right now (as we are non-profitable organisation). However, if you wish, we can still offer you:1. Advertising space2. Link to THE EAST web site blog sectionWe look forward to hearing from you shortly.Many thanks and kind regards,Hyung Wook LeePublisherMBA(Edin)THE EAST, The East Asian Monthly Business Newspaper,Elephant Consulting Limited, 37 Charter Court, Linden Grove,New Malden, Surrey, KT3 3BN, UKTel : + 44 (0) 7912 608 321 / Web site: www.theeast.org / E mail : firstname.lastname@example.orgRegistered in England & Wales, Company No. 6254454
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Why don´t you write anymore?
Spring has to mean Cherry Blossoms in Japan. That is one of the things I miss most about living in Japan is seeing the cherry blossoms and of course having a few drinks under the night sky.
I like the almost begrudging , obligatory sakura picture. Actually it is a very nice shot as many of your pictures are. Keep up the nice wrok on the blog!
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