Kanji of the Year
Today was the last day of class for Fall 2018!
Two days ago, the official Kanji of the Year was announced — 災 (disaster)
We asked students in Imao-sensei’s class for their personal Kanji of the Year:
(from left to right)
Clark-san: 新 (new)
Colcol-san: 麗 (beauty) and 挫 (broken)
Garcia-san: 迷 (lost)
Showers-san: 初 (first)
Apostolou-san: 爺 (old man)
McConnell-san: 何 (what)
Yguico-san: 疲 (tired)
AKPers, your hard work has been much appreciated this semester. Only a little left to go!