Friday, July 15, 2011
Japantown, home of the Spam Musubi, fortune cookie, and ramen restaurants. Recently, me and the interns at the National Japanese American Historical Society gave a tour to some of the Nikkei Community Internship interns. It started out shaky because there were a lot of cars so it was hard to hear what people said. It turned out o.k though because we said what was important and engaged the audience. Some of the people went into Benkyodo and bought some Manju. I was able to convey the message of knowing the law so that you can prevent injustices from happening. So in the end, the tour was a success.
-Ken Matsueda (Intern at NJAHS)