#Coachella2014 Memories

Coachella '14 Memories

The Selfie on our way to the gates our first day! We had a blast and would underestimate the fact that this cart had shuttled us 2 miles that we would have to walk twice the rest of the time we were there. Good times!

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#Coachella2014 Memories

#Coachella2014 Memories

It was all sunny days on Saturday! We would see Pharrell, Nas and their special guests along with Solonge and Chromeo! Great music!

Road To Fuji Blog — Run This Town (Day Ten)

I woke up pretty early and forced myself to go back to sleep. I would wake up, try to organize my belongings into my bags. We would be meeting Snipes who was my fathers first friend in Japan who arrived at Yakota Air-force Base with him back in 1986. He now had a civilian job after retiring. We would get the chance to sit and have coffee with him and speak about old times, what was going on now and our plans for the futures. The last time we’d seen him was when we were living in Japan as children. Facebook is awesome!

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After spending some time with him we would have to say goodbye as we were all meting with Kanako and Natsumi at 1pm.

After both arrived we would go to a toy store before eating lunch. We were able to sit for awhile and catch up and learn more about Kanako’s  new job working for the ambassador from the US.

After eating we would take the train to a traditional Buddhist temple where we would do a Japanese fortune teller. I was very nervous, Kanako, Natsumi and Rupert pulled good fortunes then crystal pulled a bad one that she tied. I would nervously pull a good one! Dez would pull a bad one right after.

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We would wash our hands at a temple toss a coin in a wishing well type thing and pray.

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After this we would visit the many small shops in the area and just walk.

This lead us to the train station that we Would take the Harajuku. We would visit more shops for hours.

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Next we would head to an arcade place where we would take booth pictures and I would win first place in Mario cart beating Rupert kanako and Natsumi!

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After we ate again at a small lounge. We talked more and shared food.

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Kanako and Natsumi would walk us back to our train station and we would say our goodbyes and head on our way back to Ginza and sleep.

Domonique Meeks
AmbassadorNique Productions

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Scientists Report First Cure Of HIV In A Child, Say It’s A Game-Changer

This is definitely a game changer! Its crazy to think that there is the possibility that we could see a cure for HIV/AIDS in our life time. There are still many questions regarding this young babies case, but the whole world is watching and there are many people very excited about the progress. 

Scientists Report First Cure Of HIV In A Child, Say It’s A Game-Changer

DVD “Japanese American History Unknown” to be distributed to schools for free in US and Japan

fascinasians:

Filmmaker Junichi Suzuki’s trilogy “Toyo’s Camera, Japanese American History during WWII,” “442, Live with Honor, Die with Dignity,” and “MIS, Human Secret Weapon” becomes one DVD “Japanese American History Unknown” (40 minutes) for distributing 2,000 educational facilities in the U.S. and Japan.

Approx. 1,000 schools in the U.S. and 500 schools in Japan have already been chosen. The remaining 500 DVD will be sent upon request.

Producer of the DVD, UTB Hollywood is accepting requests for the DVD from schools through early February. Distribution will be complete by end of February. Shipping is free of charge.

For request, contact Shigeto Terasaka in the U.S. attera@utbhollywood.com

and Junichi Suzuki in Japan at suzuki@suzukijunichi.com

All films used for making this documentary won at the Maui Film Festival and Fumiko Yamaji Culture Award in Japan.

The production and free distribution of “Japanese American History Unknown” was made possible with the generosity of Dr. Paul Tersaki in Los Angeles.

“Japanese American History Unknown” 

Director: Junichi Suzuki

Original Music: Kitaro,

Format: 40 minutes, Color (black and white in some scenes), 16:9, HD, Stereo

www.toyoscamera.com

www.442film.com

www.mis-film.com

The trailer for this was very short but I am very excited to see this movie!  I requested it from the University Library!

DVD “Japanese American History Unknown” to be distributed to schools for free in US and Japan