Thank you!

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Marian National Taiwan University

First, I would like to thank all the teachers in this program for being so
devoted, patient, and encouraging. We learned a lot from you. Thank you.
Second, I would like to thank the volunteers from Student Association. They
selflessly dedicated their time to helping us, designing creative activities, and
boosting our interest in learning Japanese. You helped us a lot. Thank you.
Third, I would like to thank my classmates for being so patient and willing to
help when I have trouble finding the words to say in Japanese. I had a great time
learning Japanese with you. Thank you.
Last but not least, I would like to thank Tanaka San and Aiko San, for always
being so energetic and warm-hearted. You have helped us a lot in keeping learning
Japanese. Thank you.
This is a highly rewarding program, and a great experience for me. I would like
to recommend such programs to people I know or people who are interested in
learning Japanese. I hope to take more courses like this at Ritsumeikan University.
And I would like to welcome all of you to join me.
Thank you all for this wonderful program!
ありがとうございました。
さようなら。

William Shenzhen University

To be honest, it’s my great pleasure to take part in this program. I think I would not take part in if Wen Hua didn’t invite me one month ago though I’m interested in Japanese anime and culture.

Well. I’ve learned a lot during the lessons including many words and some grammars. The teachers are attentive, conscientious and funny. I enjoy learning with them. I also learned lots of things in the Student Session including some 関西弁 like めっちゃ、ええよ. It’s a great time practicing the scripts with my partners for the アフレコ, too. Studying 漢字 and challenging the tong twisters also make me a lot of fun. Tabata training may makes me a little bit tired but it is worthy. These are pretty enjoyable periods of time.

However, all good things must come to an end. We finally come to the end of RWXP1. Being separated from all of you may makes me feel a bit lonely but this is life.

Hoping that I can be skilled enough to write in Japanese instead of English by the time we meet next time.

I will miss you and wish that we could meet some day.

Serina Shenzhen University

このプログラムは私にたくさん素晴らしい思い出を残してくれました。

まず,先生たちとすきやねんのメンバー皆はそんなに親切で、優しくて、いろいろな面白いものを教えてくれました。本当に感謝します。井上先生と吉田先生は授業がとても面白かったです。私はいつも笑いました。楽しい雰囲気に包まれて,2週間を過ごした。田中先生は毎日元気満々みたいです。毎朝彼を見ると 気分がこころよくなる!私もやる気満々になりました!

私の仲間も可愛いです。みんなで一緒に頑張って,助け合います。いい感じです。

その次,このプログラムは私にとってとても役に立ちました。最初はこのクラスがちょっと簡単だと思いました,でもその後はだんだん難しくなりました。今までたくさん勉強しました。私の日本語はどんどん強くなるとそう感じしました。特に,日本語の会話が随分上達しました。本当にありがとうございました!

すきやねんも本当に本当に面白かったです。関西弁とかアフレコとか早口言葉とか漢字の名前とか、私は昔からは興味があります。今回は勉強できてよかったです!すごく楽しかったです!でも,フリーチャットのパートは時々ちょっと気まずいです。決まった話題がないと、何を言っているのか急に分かりませんでした。いくつかの話題を出したほうがいいですよ。(I don’t mean that free chat was not good, it was also very fantastic and interesting most of the time! Just occasionally when we didn’t know what to talk about, it became silent and a little bit embarrassed. I think it was our poor Japanese skill that limited our free chat, and we still felt shy to start topics, so I think maybe in this part the members of sukiyanenn can also lead or provide some topics and guide our free chat.)

とにかく,そんなに楽しくて、忘れない思い出をくれてありがとうございます!修了式の時,私はとても感動でした。皆が大好きです、であえて本当によかったです。私はもっと頑張ります。必ず日本語の勉強を続けます。TABATAも続けます (≧▽≦)/!

この二週間はお世話になりました!!お疲れ様でした!!本当にありがとうございます!いつかまた会いましょう!!

Vivian Shenzhen University

あっという間に、九日のRWXP1コースがもうすぐ終わります。

この九日間、たくさん日本語を習いました。自己紹介、平日ですることと注文する方とかを勉強しました。日本語で話すのがもっと上手になりました。

日本の文化もたくさん勉強しました。

好きやねんコーナーで、関西弁、アフレコ、はやくちことばと日本のめずらしい名字を勉強しました。一番好きな関西弁は「おもろい」です、めっちゃかわええやさかい。

最後に好きやねんのみんなと写真を撮りました、少し寂しいですが、すごく楽しかったです。また会いたいです!

Jenny Chinese University of Hong Kong

First and foremost, thank you so much to all the instructors, staff and
students from Ritsumeikan University. I am glad to find this program and
participate in it as well.
During the whole program, we took Japanese lessons in the morning and
met up with students in the afternoon. We learned a lot of useful daily
expressions in Japanese improved our conversational skills in Japanese
with our instructors and had fun learning Kansai dialect, doing after
recordings, learning Japanese tongue twister, comparing Chinese
characters with Japanese Kanji characters and so on with students. I
completely understand how hard it could be to have interaction and
communication virtually but not actually especially in this period.
However, all the members from Ritsumeikan University who are really
well organized and well prepared did it quite well. I laughed a lot and felt
so involved in every zoom meeting. Oh, I could not forget how engaging it
was to do Tabata training with you all, by the way.
It is a pleasure to see all of you online though we can not see each other
face to face currently. Hopefully, we could get together one day and
thank you again! 皆さん、ありがとうございます!

ウンファ Shenzhen University