Thursday, August 7, 2008

Who is the killer?

Yesterday, we saw two Youtube videos about the boycott of the Beijing Olympics and we talked about it. It is a difficult topic and we couldn’t discuss it so much. But it is very important thing and we have to think about it from now on.

After that, went to the Newseum which is located on Pennsylvania Avenue. In the Newseum, we saw many things related to media. And display of 9.11 is unforgettable.

In the evening, we went to the Chinatown with Nikki. So, our dinner was Chinese foods. The taste was very good but I drank too much water because the waiter pour poured the water into my cup so often!

After we came back College Park, we played card games. Nikki taught us new games: Mafia and Spoon. It was very excited. And I think she is very good mayor!


masahiro said...

I also think Nikki is a good mayor!!
And I am good at playing "spoon" lol
You have to brush up your skills of "spoon"

Emily said...

The fried rice tasted good, didn't it? Drinking water is better for your health than driking energy drink.

Nina Liakos said...

I agree with Emily; water is better for you than energy drinks!

I don't know many card games, and I have never heard of the two that Nikki taught you to play. Perhaps I should ask her to teach me too!

I like to play double solitaire with my husband.

I hope you had a good time at the IDB today and that you will enjoy the weekend's field trips!

PS I think you mean that Nikki is a good mentor.

Nikki said...

I agree with Emily, water is better than the energy drink. Luckily, our waiter kept the water coming!

Ai said...

Hi, Ryohei!

Wow, everyone looks so fun^^! I want to learn "Mafia and Spoon"!!

I've never been to the Newseum, so your post about it makes me as if I went there^^ Enjoy everithing~~!


Hiromi said...

Hello, Ryohei!
As the world is getting smaller because of the internet, it's really important for us to know about the news in the world. And I think things about China is one of them, don't you think?

Also, visiting the Newseum sounds really interesting and I think that it gives you a new perspective on how you interact with the media in Japan. ^^