Karate Kid: Amanda Odundo

One of the most popular cultural elements from the Far East is martial arts. China’s Kung Fu, Japan’s Judo, Karate, Kenpo and Aikido as well as Korea’s Tae Kwon Do (which is usually confused to be Japanese) are some of the most popular forms of martial arts in the world. Several are practised in Kenya and they are fairly popular as a sport so we caught up with one of my dear friends, Amanda, to tell us a little bit about Karate and her Karate journey. Enjoy 🙂



Language Café | Part Three

The first Japanese language café was, in our opinion, a huge success and the turnout, honestly, much better than expected. A language café from this description given here is basically about conversation and improving or bettering one’s language speaking skills as well as getting to know more about the culture behind that language. Our theme being Japanese, we welcomed all Japanese learners and those interested in the Japanese culture for the event.



Adventures in Nairobi: Kentaro & Natsuki | Part Two


Missed Part One? Read it here.

At the end of Part One, Kentaro and Natsuki had planned and paid for their Safari which they were to leave for that Sunday and were due back in Nairobi the next Wednesday (23rd September). [You can check out pictures of their Safari on their Instagram accounts; kntr for Kentaro and natsukicat for Natsuki.] So, we scheduled our next meeting for that Thursday (24th September).