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August 31st, 2013 09:59 AM #6
August 31st, 2013 11:05 AM #8
Every post I see from you is you on your dang soapbox talking down on everyone and sounding like you're all high and mighty. If you want to educate people you can do it without being a pompous brat.
anyways, I'm going to stick to The eastern Asian countries
Miki- what we call my daughter
August 31st, 2013 11:43 AM #10Senior Member
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August 31st, 2013 12:41 PM #12Senior Member
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In answer to the OP: I think it is great that you are more interested in Asian cultures because of anime. Does it really matter how you gain an interest in something, as long as you are interested? And isn't it unfair to shortchange "cartoons" in Japanese culture, if you're so interested in the cultural integrity? I took an elective course in high school called Asian Studies, where we studied the history of culture of Asia, focusing on China, Japan, and Korea.
Some of my favorite names come from the Japanese culture (I'll focus on boys, since you do not have many):
Ken'ichi (ok, so this is because of Matsuyama, the actor. If you haven't seen any of his films, I recommend them!)
Kaoru (unisex)Expecting #1 November 2015.It's a boy! Baby E.C.M.B.
August 31st, 2013 02:42 PM #14
Thanks for the support everyone; I really didn't mean to cause all the fuss. I just used 'Asian' in general to get a variety of countries represented, instead of just one or two countries. Anyhoo, I'm half Chinese, so I've always been interested in the Eastern Asian countries, and anime just opened my eyes to Japanese culture since I live in America.
And I love all the names listed so far!~inside this collegeberry's mind ~~(updated 8/3/15)
Reconstructing with the input of a loving Norwegian boyfriend
~♀ ~ Alice Cordelia ~ Aurora Seraphina ~ Cassia Elizabeth ~ Genevieve Astrid ~ Juliet Sunniva ~
♂ ~ Axel ~ Jack Sebastian ~ Ronan Oliver ~
? ~ Axel Benjamin ~ Axel Henry ~ Axel James ~
(I'm using the 3 syllable pronunciation of Cassia)