A Different Take on Convenience: Japanese Convenience Store
Here is a different take on convenience! The Japanese convenience store is so essential that it is easily seen wherever you go. It is very distinct…
RareJob Launched its First ever Assembly for New Tutors
Here at RareJob, we launched our first ever assembly for new tutors via Zoom last June 19, 2021. This is a monthly meet-up for our tutors…
3 Tips to Help You Start Your Day
How you start your day depends on how you perceive yourself as a person. You may be an early bird or a night owl.
Traditions We Can Learn from Japan and its People
Japan has traditions that reflect aspects of life and that says so much about their culture. These traditions influence how they communicate…
Planning the Best Work From Home Setup For You
Planning the best work from home setup definitely helps boost productivity. It separates the mind from the seemingly unlimited number of chores…
Kodomo no Hi or Children’s Day Japan 2021
Today, the 5th of May, is Kodomo no Hi or Children’s Day. It was declared as a national holiday to commemorate the happiness of children…
Golden Week in Japan 2021
Golden Week is a very special time when people get to travel with their families or return to their hometown to unwind and reflect. It brings the country’s traditions back to life and invites its people to live their culture to the fullest.
Basic Fitness Tips by Tutor Kinah
You do not have to be a certain age to experience common ailments such as headaches and stomachaches. Body pains are no different, it will affect you.
Hinamatsuri, also known as Doll’s Day or Girls’ Day, is a Japanese holiday celebrated on the 3rd of March. It is dedicated to young girls in hopes of achieving success and happiness in life.
Goodbye, 2020! Hello, 2021!
Remember the time the streets were flooded with cars and malls filled to the brim with people hanging out, laughing, and breathing freely? Good times, good times.
New Year’s Resolution (First Quarter Check)
If I tell you that this is an article about New Year’s resolutions and you immediately think, “Isn’t it too late for that?”, then this is for you more than anyone.
Listed from A to Z: Things You Can Do at Home While on Lockdown
We know. You’re bored. So we’re here to help you pass the time as we all wait for the situation to get better.