I loved it

by Jennny
(Canada)

I have to say that my teaching in Japan was one of the best things I ever did. While I did not take it too seriously, and I had a lot of affairs with students, it was the most rewarding experiences I have ever had.

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Aug 16, 2017
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by: Anonymous

I don't think a teacher should use the word "affairs" when talking about students and having fun...(-_-)

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Nice to hear some positive feedback
by: John

So many write such negative things. I am happy your experience was so good. I guess you just make lemonade from any perceived lemon.

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