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Award-winning author Naomi Hirahara shares the story of the resilience of Japanese Americans transitioning back to freedom and rebuilding their lives after internment as part of the La Pintoresca Associates 3rd annual fundraiser on Sunday, Oct. 21 from 2 to 4 p.m. at Pasadena Public Library’s La Pintoresca Branch, 1355 N. Raymond Ave. Music from EPC Jazz Group, a performance by the Kodama Taiko drummers and a taste of Japanese, Italian and American foods will also be featured. The event is free.
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As tempers flare over Brexit, British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt compares the European Union to the Soviet Union. Christiane Amanpour sat down with him in New York to discuss the state of the negotiations.
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Introducing Japanese Particles.
Japanese Particles: How to use/pronounce は, へ, を in sentences.
When Hiragana は and へ used as particles, their sound are different from the ones used in words.
e.g. へ is "e" when used as a direction marker,
  "えきへ いきます。” eki e ikimasu. ~ I'm going to the station.
へや: he ya : room

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Introducing Pronunciation rules of Japanese.
- Choo-on
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- Devoiced vowels

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Mark Stanley Everitt headshot Welcome to qubyte.codes! The personal site of Mark Stanley Everitt.

I'm a programmer specialising in JavaScript, living and working in Brighton, UK. This blog is a place for me to write about stuff I find interesting or useful. Probably JavaScript for the most part, but certainly not limited to it. By day I spend most of my programming time writing Node.js applications, with a little browser stuff when I can.

I'm also interested in the social side and ethics of software development. I'm a regular mentor at Codebar in Brighton.

I lived and worked in Tokyo for a number of years, initially as an academic (I hold a PhD in quantum optics and quantum information), and later as a programmer. I speak a little Japanese.

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