I am overjoyed to announce that after years of watching from the sidelines, Mrs. Adamu will now be sharing her thoughts with the world at her new Japanese-language blog, The Bibouroku. She decided to start writing as a way to record her experiences along with profiles and reviews of interesting people in the news, movies, music, and so on. So far she’s got posts on the film Slumdog Millionaire and singer M.I.A., who recently made a spectacle of herself by performing at the Grammys just days before she gave birth to her first child.
While I have to admit a bias here, trust me when I say Mrs. Adamu (writing under the mysterious pen name “Shoko”) offers a unique perspective on these issues thanks to her background studying in the States, traveling through India, and working with the underprivileged in Thailand.
Followers of Mutant Frog will know that Mrs. Adamu is my co-adventurer here in Tokyo. What you might not know is that much of my posting activity would be impossible without her kindness, patience, and support. I hope you’ll all join me in wishing her the best in this new initiative!
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5 thoughts on “Mrs. Adamu now blogging!”
SHOKO needs a last name, though.
How about “Ronyori”?
Impressive. Mrs Jade Oc can’t even turn on my computer.
I told her that Asahara sounds nice, but she wouldn’t listen to me for some reason.
Is this turning into the blog of bad Japanese puns?
No this is the blog of GOOD Japanese puns. It can get much worse. Try talking to my uncle in law
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