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Kazuko Ohchi

I'm a Japanese female and an English to Japanese translator. My favorites are traveling abroad, checking world news, flower arrangement (both Japanese style and European style), going out for lunch or dinner, speaking Chinese language and nice view of Victoria harbor in Hong Kong.

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18 December 2011

Kobe, Japan: Running Through a City Once Devastated

Kobe City was hit with a 7.3-magnitude earthquake on January 17, 1995. On November 20, 2011, the city held their first ever official marathon event, where more than 20,000 runners...

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