(scroll down to start with earlier chapters)
(can be viewed online by clicking on titles)
The Many Roads to Japan
(free online version for ESL/EFL teachers and students)
LinksHere are some sites that I visit regularly and recommend highly.
Democracy Now with Amy Goodman
Mavericks of the Mind -- Thought-provoking interviews by David Jay Brown with over 40 of the leading thinkers of our time on the subject of consciousness.
Antiwar and Peace Sites (with a focus on veterans)
Iraq Veterans Against the War
Sir, No Sir -- Focuses on G.I. resistance against the Vietnam War and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Veterans for Peace -- Lots of good links for vets, resisters, and teachers
As someone who has gone through the excruciating Interferon-Ribavirin treatment for a year and a half and emerged virus-free, I know how critical it is to be informed about the disease. Here is a useful link to visit for finding out what the facts and your options are.
Hepatitis C Advocate
For 11 years from 2005 to 2015, Fukuoka International University held an English speech contest for university and high school students. This five-minute documentary of the 2008 contest gives an indication of what the contest was like. It was created by a Digital Media Dept. student and includes some interviews at the end.
2008 Speech Documentary
When I was teaching in the Digital Media Department at FIU, my 4th-year seminar students created and published print and online magazines for four years. All editions are in Japanese and still online.
2008 edition: Six Mix
2009 edition: Journey
2010 edition: Zaifu
2011 edition: Neko no Negai