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An Indonesian raised in Singapore. Studied Japanese in Sapporo for a year, and moved to Tokyo for another 6 months to finish my Japanese studies!

Now back in Palembang, Indonesia!


hellooo thanks for accepting my FR!

How are u coping with studying in Japan? Must be exciting and tough as well x.x
Amazing collection u have there too!
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Vor 7 Jahren
YuKi-ToVor 7 Jahren#1262679Yes, writing is difficult for Kanji. Hiragana and katakana shldn't be much of a problem if u keep using/writing it. Just have to keep writing for practice I guess, or go search online or get a book that explains about the origins of Kanji for Japanese, which explains the meanings of certain characters or strokes to help you remember.
In my case, I practically hate writing and reading, so I won't say I'm good at either for Japanese, but I'm more confident in my listening and speaking. Just keep using it (keep writing, reading, listening and speaking Japanese) and you will definitely improve.

Yes, Kanji is the most difficult. That's because it's similar to Chinese, Chinese writing is hard! Hiragana and Katakana are easier to write indeed. Practice is usually the answer. Already learning the characters out of my head is pretty difficult.
Thanks for the tips, I will try that!

Same thing for me, listening and speaking is a lot easier. Reading may not be too hard if I learnt it, but writing will surely take me some time.
Yep, I will do that, I progress slowly, but I still have enough time.
Perhaps I will go on vacation to Japan in 2014, but that's not sure yet.
Vor 7 Jahren
YuKi-ToVor 7 Jahren#1262650Yea, definitely Japanese is more useful, so concentrate on your Japanese! lol
Thank you! I do hope I can get a job here. All the best to you too. Living in the country is probably the best way to learn the language!

Yes, will do. Do you have any tips for me to learn Japanese myself in a good way?
Especially the writing is hard to learn myself, pronounciation is easier.
I hope to study/work in Japan after my study, so that's about 3-4 years from now.
I hope I can live in Japan in the future, but maybe first I can try a exchange study too.
Good luck to you too!
Vor 7 Jahren
YuKi-ToVor 7 Jahren#1262641I see... good luck with bahasa Indonesia, I think it's kind of an easy language, especially pronounciation.
I am currently studying Japanese language in Tokyo. I am looking for work here as well, I would like to do an anime-related job.

Thanks. Actually I'm learning more Japanese then I learn Bahasa Indonesia. I think Indonesian is more difficult, I find learning Japanese a lot easier, except the writing then of course. Japanese pronounciation seems easier for me. lol
Japanese language as a study, nice. Maybe in the future I want to work/study in Japan too, I'm kind of bored of Europe.
A anime-related job as a goal, nice! I hope you make it. Maybe someday I hope I will too.
Vor 7 Jahren
YuKi-ToVor 7 Jahren#1262634Oh hi fellow indonesian blood! haha. so can you still speak bahasa indonesia? ;p
No, actually you can't. I still need to learn Indonesian language.
Basically I'm only half Indonesian.
What are you going to study in Japan? What work do you do?
Vor 7 Jahren
Thanks for accepting my FR!
Wow, 3 locations. I'm jealous you move to Tokyo. :P
I'm Indonesian too, but not born there, I live in Europe.
Vor 7 Jahren
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happy birthday!
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