Tag Archive | World War II

Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall

On our last day in Nanjing we accompanied our friend, Shi Jun, a philosophy professor at Nanjing University of Science and Technology, and some of his students to the Nanjing Memorial Museum.  Because it was a weekend, and it was China, the museum was very crowded. The students we were with had been to this […]

Nagoya Castle

Nagoya Castle is a flatland castle built by the Shogun Ieyasu Tokugawa. It is a wooden structure built on huge stone walls. All of the shogun’s feudal lords were ordered to help with the construction of the castle. If you look at the giant stones in the castle’s walls, you can see the marks of […]

Windup Wire

A Reflection on Art, Justice, and Meaning in Our Time

Hey from Japan- or wherever the moving van arrives- Emily Cannell

Moving a Family When Everyone is Held Tightly in the Grips of Puberty or Menopause

Silk and Sake

Our travels in Japan