Lost In Tokyo
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|Author||: Jo Lee Vergunst|
|Total Pages||: 218|
|Genre||: Social Science|
|ISBN 13||: 1351873490|
Download Ways of Walking Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Despite its importance to how humans inhabit their environments, walking has rarely received the attention of ethnographers. Ways of Walking combines discussions of embodiment, place and materiality to address this significant and largely ignored 'technique of the body'. This book presents studies of walking in a range of regional and cultural contexts, exploring the diversity of walking behaviours and the variety of meanings these can embody. As an original collection of ethnographic work that is both coherent in design and imaginative in scope, this primarily anthropological book includes contributions from geographers, sociologists and specialists in education and architecture, offering insights into human movement, landscape and social life. With its interdisciplinary nature and truly international appeal, Ways of Walking will be of interest to scholars across a range of social sciences, as well as to policy makers on both local and national levels..
|Author||: Chris Ward|
|Publsiher||: Chris Ward|
Download Broken (The Tokyo Lost Series #1) Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
A lost boy. A lost girl. A dark secret. At first Miyu can't stand Jack, the spoiled delinquent from Britain sent to college in Japan to keep him out of trouble. Then her ailing father dies, leaving behind a mystery which turns everything she knew about herself on her head. Pushed into an uneasy alliance with Jack, together they travel from the seedy underbelly of Tokyo to the rice fields of Nagano, searching for the truth about Miyu’s mother, who abandoned her sixteen years before..
|Author||: Sean Redmond|
|Publsiher||: Columbia University Press|
|Total Pages||: 256|
|Genre||: Performing Arts|
|ISBN 13||: 0231850239|
Download The Cinema of Takeshi Kitano Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The Cinema of Takeshi Kitano: Flowering Blood is a detailed aesthetic, Deleuzian, and phenomenological exploration of Japan's finest currently-working film director, performer, and celebrity. The volume uniquely explores Kitano's oeuvre through the tropes of stillness and movement, becoming animal, melancholy and loss, intensity, schizophrenia, and radical alterity; and through the aesthetic temperatures of color, light, camera movement, performance and urban and oceanic space. In this highly original monograph, all of Kitano's films are given due consideration, including A Scene at the Sea (1991), Sonatine (1993), Dolls (2002), and Outrage (2010)..
|Author||: Michael Pronko|
|Publsiher||: eBook Partnership|
|Total Pages||: 250|
|ISBN 13||: 1942410069|
Download Tokyo's Mystery Deepens Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
What happens when large bugs get trapped on crowded Tokyo trains? How does allergy season affect Tokyo's millions? Ever wonder why Japanese love to take photos together or how everyone feels during rainy season? How is Tokyo made so compact and made as much from imagination as from concrete and steel? Longtime resident, writer and professor Michael Pronko shows just why Tokyo life is equal parts trial and joy. This collection offers up essential skills for living in the vastest, most crowded city in the world-sweating politely, suffering noise and glancing in mirrors--and muses over the minutest of daily details-window flowers, eye contact and small gestures of thanks. If you're traveling to Tokyo, these essays point you toward the undercurrents of life and if you've ever considered visiting Tokyo, these essays will give you more reasons to go. Tokyo's Mystery Deepens brings together essays from Pronko's monthly column in Newsweek Japan, which has remained highly popular with Japanese readers for the last ten years. Originally published in Japanese, these concise, pointed essays are available in English for the first time. As with the first collection, Beauty and Chaos, Pronko examines Tokyo as a city, a culture and an overpowering experience. Tokyo's Mystery Deepens taps into the enigmatic sides of Tokyo with humor, delicacy and a large dose of healthy confusion. Praise for Beauty and Chaos:"e;Japanese who are used to Tokyo are caught off guard by his conclusions derived from careful observation, and are struck dumb...Tokyo, the city we are so careless of, suddenly starts to become glorious. It is a wonder!"e; Chunichi Shimbun (Newspaper) (translated from Japanese version) "e;Giving up the bias and seeing the city with completely different standards, you will see the unexpected, attractive face of Tokyo. This book is a guide for rediscovering Tokyo that lets us see the city with unique new features."e; Nikkan Gendai (translated from Japanese version) Japanese version available from KADOKAWA Publishers as: a E a aa a aeZaaSae-aae*aa a zaaa a a -a -a ae'-).
|Author||: Wook-Dong Kim|
|Total Pages||: 178|
|Genre||: Language Arts & Disciplines|
|ISBN 13||: 9811365121|
Download Translations in Korea Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This book explores practical and theoretical approaches to translation in Korea from the 16th century onwards, examining a variety of translations done in Korea from a diachronic perspective. Offering a discussion of the methodology for translating the Xiaoxue (Lesser or Elementary Learning), a primary textbook for Confucianism in China and other East Asian countries, the book considers the problems involving Korean Bible translation in general and the Term Question in particular. It examines James Scarth Gale, an early Canadian Protestant missionary to Korea, as one of the language’s remarkable translators. The book additionally compares three English versions of the Korean Declaration of Independence of 1919, arguing that the significant differences between them are due both to the translators’ political vision for an independent Korea as well as to their careers and Weltanschauungen. The book concludes with a detailed analysis of Deborah Smith’s English translation of ‘The Vegetarian’ by Han Kang, which won the 2016 Man Booker International Prize for Fiction..
|Author||: Hector Garcia|
|Publsiher||: Tuttle Publishing|
|Total Pages||: 192|
|ISBN 13||: 1462922368|
Download The Magic of Japan Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
A charming collection of quirky insights into Japanese culture. The Magic of Japan is writer Hector Garcia's intensely personal account of his fifteen years in Japan. A self-professed "otaku" or Japanese anime geek since childhood, Garcia has worked for a Japanese software company, mastered the language, and become one of Japan's most popular bloggers. This book is the culmination of his experiences and showcases Garcia's unique ability to delve beneath the surface of Japanese culture to describe its quirky and deep spiritual underpinnings. This collection of essays and beautiful photographs will appeal to his worldwide fan base—including those who devoured his previous bestsellers, A Geek in Japan and Ikigai: The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life—Japanophiles, armchair travelers and anyone with an interest in cultural and travel memoirs. The Magic of Japan features Garcia's keen observations on a wide variety of cultural topics: Japanese behavioral traits, including non-verbal communication, hansei (self-reflection), heijoshin (a calm mind) and shoshin (childlike openness) How Japan's geography and history have shaped its culture—its natural disasters, scarce resources, centuries of isolation and its feudal past Japanese idiosyncrasies, ranging from food traditions and absurd jobs to a love of queues The Japanese spirit, as evidenced in traditional art, manga and attitudes to women Shintoism and Buddhism, looking at temples, festivals, rituals and how religious beliefs pervade popular culture, as seen for example in Studio Ghibli's movie Spirited Away Japan's dark side, including crime, the yakuza, adultery, bullying and suicide The book ends with a gloriously random selection of all things Garcia considers especially magical about Japan—from izakaya to shiitake mushrooms, summer fireworks and green tea!.
|Author||: Luis Fernando Narváez Cázares|
|Publsiher||: Luis Fernando Narváez Cázares|
|Total Pages||: 3584|
|Genre||: Young Adult Fiction|
Download Hero of Hearts - Complete in english Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The story of Charlie Wide now in Hero of Hearts - Complete in english.
|Author||: Mayumo Inoue|
|Publsiher||: Hong Kong University Press|
|Total Pages||: 308|
|ISBN 13||: 9888455877|
Download Beyond Imperial Aesthetics Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Observing that the division between theory and empiricism remains inextricably linked to imperial modernity, manifest at the most basic level in the binary between “the West” and “Asia,” the authors of this volume re-examine art and aesthetics to challenge these oppositions in order to reconceptualize politics and knowledge production in East Asia. Current understandings of fundamental ideas like race, nation, colonizer and the colonized, and the concept of Asia in the region are seeped with imperial aesthetics that originated from competing imperialisms operating in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Such aesthetics has sustained both colonial and local modes of perception in the formation of nation-states and expanded the reach of regulatory powers in East Asia since 1945. The twelve thought-provoking essays in this collection tackle the problematics that arise at the nexus of aesthetics and politics in four areas: theoretical issues of aesthetics and politics in East Asia, aesthetics of affect and sexuality, the productive tension between critical aesthetics and political movements, and aesthetic critiques of sovereignty and neoliberalism in East Asia today. If the seemingly universal operation of capital and militarism in East Asia requires locally specific definitions of biopolitical concepts to function smoothly, this book critiques the circuit of power between the universalism of capital and particularism of nation and culture. Treating aesthetic experiences in art at large as the bases for going beyond imperial categories, the contributors present new modes of sensing, thinking, and living that have been unimaginable within the mainstream modality of Asian studies, a discipline that has reproduced the colonial regime of knowledge production. By doing so, Beyond Imperial Aesthetics illuminates the aesthetic underside of critical theory to uncover alternative forms of political life in East Asia. “This much needed volume takes readers on an erudite and challenging journey. Along the way, its theoretically-minded authors explore what a future liberated from the Cold War shackles of securitized institutions and capitalist exploitation as well as concomitant epistemologies of aestheticized domination might look like in East Asia.” —Todd Henry, UC San Diego “Beyond Imperial Aesthetics is an impressive intervention between art, politics, and theoretical reflection in contemporary East Asia. The project convincingly articulates various sites of resistance to the postwar US hegemon throughout East Asia. The editors are to be congratulated for putting together such a timely and compelling work.” —Richard Calichman, City College of New York.
|Author||: Peter B. High|
|Publsiher||: Univ of Wisconsin Press|
|Total Pages||: 628|
|ISBN 13||: 9780299181345|
Download The Imperial Screen Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
From the late 1920s through to World War II, film became a crucial tool in the state of Japan. Detailing the way Japanese directors, scriptwriters, company officials and bureaucrats colluded to produce films that supported the war effort, Imperial Screen is an account of the realities of cultural life in wartime Japan. The author's treatment of the film world as a microcosm of the entire sphere of Japanese wartime culture demonstrates what happens when conscientious artists and intellectuals become enmenshed in a totalitarian regime..
50 Japanese Short Stories for Beginners Read Entertaining Japanese Stories to Improve your Vocabulary and Learn Japanese While Having Fun
|Author||: Yokahama English Japanese Language & Teachers Club|
|Publsiher||: Yokahama English Japanese Language & Teachers Club|
|Total Pages||: 157|
|Genre||: Foreign Language Study|
Download 50 Japanese Short Stories for Beginners Read Entertaining Japanese Stories to Improve your Vocabulary and Learn Japanese While Having Fun Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Learning Japanese is hard and everyone says so. But not with this Japanese book. Whether you're a just starting out or are already familiar with the Japanese language, this book will help you with expanding your Japanese vocabulary and improve your reading skills while having fun. Here you have 50 entertaining and culturally interesting Japanese short stories for beginners and intermediate Japanese learners. The Japanese stories are written in Hiragana, Katakana, and about 250 basic Kanji characters which correspond to the advanced beginner and low intermediate levels. The stories are followed by line-by-line English translation, which will certainly speed up the the learning process quite a bit. This book also includes a reading guide that explains the basics of the Japanese language and its characters. You get many practical examples on how to read the characters and you can also use this book as a language learning tool or Japanese text book to advance with your Japanese skills at your own pace. 1. The Tokyo Fish Market 2. Buddhism in Japan 3. Lost in Tokyo 4. Teaching in Japan 5. Karaoke Japanese Style 6. Saving Face 7. Faux Pas in the Restaurant 8. Just a Couple of Drinks 9. Humour Is if You Still Laugh 10. A Special Geisha 11. A Happy Marriage 12. Under the Lamp Post 13. Group Learning 14. I Marry My Office 15. Dialogue - Today We Have Rabbit 16. Dialogue - Dining European Style 17. The Tourist Guide 18. Inexpensive Shopping in Japan 19. Born in Michigan 20. Easter 21. Foreigners in Britain 22. Kindness 23. My Hobbies 24. Studying Abroad 25. A New Recipe 26. Social Media 27. Vegan Food 28. Bad Luck 29. Our Hotel 30. In the Theatre 31. Dialogue - Where is Our Cat? 32. A Special Public Swimming Pool 33. On Fridays We Go Swimming 35. Best Friends 36. The Order 37. Food Poisoning 38. New Year's Eve in Europe 39. The Circus 40. The Car Accident 41. A Japanese in Munich Japanese Short Stories for Intermediate Learners 42. The Polish Maid 43. Americans in Germany 44. The Treasure in the Forest 45. The Barbecue Evening 46. How to Find a Billionaire on a Cruise Trip 47. Crowdfunding for a New Kitchen 48. A very Catholic Irish Family 49. I Meet You in the Sauna 50. Classic Story: The Legend of Princess Kaguya There are many Japanese books out there, but this book will entertain and help you in many ways. Start your journey of active Japanese learning TODAY!.
|Author||: Christian Tamaka Pedersen|
|Publsiher||: Midealuck Publishing|
|Total Pages||: 60|
|Genre||: Literary Collections|
Download 15 Short Stories in Japanese for Intermediate Learners Including Audio Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This short story book in Japanese has been written for intermediate student, from low to mid-level. The text and vocabulary used in the stories is mapped close to B1 to B2 on the Common European Structure of Reference, these 15 entertaining and cultural relevant stories are also designed to give the reader a sense of advancement and a positive reading experience, in short, stories in Japanese for intermediate students are fun to read while learning at the same time. What does this book give you? - This book includes a reading guide that explains the basics of the language and its characters. (Learning of Japanese – How to read Japanese Book1) - Fifteen exciting, humorous and cultural relevant fictional stories from different genres, from humor to mystery, the stories are for every emotion and for everyone. - The stories are written in Hiragana, Katakana, and about 250 basic Kanji characters which correspond to the advanced beginner and intermediate learning levels. The stories are followed by line-by-line English translation, which will certainly speed up the the learning process quite a bit. According to the JLPT (Japanese Language Effectiveness Text) the learning level starts at level 4 and advances up to level 5. - Readers can advance their progress in stages since the stories start with rather simple vocabulary. - The grammar is manageable and accessible whereby the learning curve is going up with each story. - A FREE DOWNLOADABLE JAPANESE AUDIOBOOK that includes all the stories of this book, spoken in perfect Japanese at a slow pace. The Legend of Princess Kaguya The Tokyo Fish Market Buddhism in Japan Lost in Tokyo Teaching in Japan Karaoke Japanese Style Saving Face Faux Pas in the Restaurant Just a Couple of Drinks Humor is if You Still Laugh A Special Geisha A Happy Marriage Under the Lamp Post Group Learning A Japanese in Munich Japanese Audio Book Short Stories in Japanese for Intermediate Learners Including Audio will not only advance you journey towards fluency, but also entertain you in a variety of ways, so get your copy now before the price goes up!.
|Author||: Ray Lucas|
|Publsiher||: Bloomsbury Publishing|
|Total Pages||: 264|
|ISBN 13||: 1474241514|
Download Anthropology for Architects Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
What can architects learn from anthropologists? This is the central question examined in Anthropology for Architects – a survey and exploration of the ideas which underpin the correspondence between contemporary social anthropology and architecture. The focus is on architecture as a design practice. Rather than presenting architectural artefacts as objects of the anthropological gaze, the book foregrounds the activities and aims of architects themselves. It looks at the choices that designers have to make – whether engaging with a site context, drawing, modelling, constructing, or making a post-occupancy analysis – and explores how an anthropological view can help inform design decisions. Each chapter is arranged around a familiar building type (including the studio, the home, markets, museums, and sacred spaces), in each case showing how anthropology can help designers to think about the social life of buildings at an appropriate scale: that of the individual life-worlds which make up the everyday lives of a building's users. Showing how anthropology offers an invaluable framework for thinking about complex, messy, real-world situations, the book argues that, ultimately, a truly anthropological architecture offers the potential for a more socially informed, engaged and sensitive architecture which responds more directly to people's needs. Based on the author's experience teaching as well as his research into anthropology by way of creative practice, this book will be directly applicable to students and researchers in architecture, landscape, urban design, and design anthropology, as well as to architectural professionals..
|Author||: Laura Patricia Kearney|
|Total Pages||: 13|
|ISBN 13||: 3739630558|
Download War on consciousness Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration. If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would have the key to the universe Nikola Tesla.
|Author||: Rachel Hill|
|Publsiher||: Rachel Hill|
Download I fell in love with you and I cried Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
I fell in love with you and I cried is a spiritual, personal and travel memoir of a year in India and Southeast Asia. In April 2017 my husband and I asked ourselves, what would we do if we could do anything? We decided to sell up, leave our jobs and go travelling, along the way unpicking the conditioning of property, career and security and exploring what a life with less stuff would look like. We gave away most of our possessions and in March 2018 we went to India, where we spent seven months in all, then Thailand, Tokyo, Nepal, Cambodia and Vietnam. My book documents the trip through the eyes of a relatively inexperienced traveller. The sights, sounds and colours of India and Southeast Asia as well as the physical and emotional challenges of a year of travel. This was a pre Covid19 trip of a lifetime; making connections with local people and fellow travellers and putting beliefs about minimalism into practice by living out of a small backpack for a year of slow travel..
|Author||: James W. Roman|
|Total Pages||: 415|
|Genre||: Performing Arts|
|ISBN 13||: 0313339953|
Download Bigger Than Blockbusters Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Presents a listing and plot summarizations of more than one hundred iconic films made between 1915 and 2008 that had a significant impact on American popular culture, including such movies as "Birth of a Nation," "Psycho," "Dr. Strangelove," and "Dances with Wolves.".
|Author||: Thomas R. H. Havens|
|Publsiher||: University Press of America|
|Total Pages||: 298|
|ISBN 13||: 9780819154958|
Download Valley of Darkness Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This volume portrays the daily life of ordinary Japanese civilians on the home front during World War Two. Drawing extensively on wartime records and early postwar recollections of people who lived through the war era, the book reveals a surprisingly cohesive society that bore up remarkably well. Originally published by W.W. Norton and Company in 1978..
|Author||: Cort MacLean Johns Ph.D. - HSG|
|Publsiher||: Cort MacLean Johns Ph.D.- HSG|
|Total Pages||: 473|
|Genre||: Social Science|
Download The Industrial Revolution - Lost in Antiquity - Found in the Renaissance Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Historians of Technology have failed to include the larger contribution and influence of Ctesibius’ compressor-driven Hydraulis with its pneumatic pumps, keyboard, and organ pipes in the path of critical preparatory events leading up to the ‘Latent’ Industrial Revolution. One should also realize that Ctesibius had all the parts and sub-assemblies on hand to invent the first Steam Hydraulis or Calliope, as illustrated on the front book cover of this work. From the 'Fertile Crescent' of the Persian Empire to the Hellenistic Library of Alexandria, Vitruvius writing brought the Hydraulis to the Abbey of St. Gall in 1414 during the Renaissance. Its path then took it through Italy, Germany, and the Paris of Louis XIV along the Arch of Industrial Reawakening. This was the Hydraulis 2-millennium path from Antiquity to its return reigniting the 'Latent' Industrial Revolution..