Sunday, 18 December 2016

Summer Learning Journey Day 1:

Yesterday ( Despite  this was finished  on Saturday  I had no time).  I finished my 1 official activity of the Summer Learning Journey.  The task was to find 3 facts about your country ( In my case, I chose Japan). 


aminiasi said...

Hello Pote, I had no idea that Japan use to rule China! You have discovered some interesting facts. There is a sentence that doesn't make sense so can you fix it up please. Keep up the great work.

daniel said...

Hi Pote
I had no idea about some of these facts. It must be very crowded in Japan if there are 127 million people. Keep up the blogging Pote!

Harry said...

Hi Pote, like Daniel I had no Idea that there are 127 million people in Japan, that is an insane number! I never knew Japan ruled China. Keep up the great work Pote and Happy New Years Eve.

Dan Abricossow said...

Kia ora Pote,

Happy New Year! I hope you have had a wonderful holiday so far with friends and family. What have you been up to so far? I'm back into the swing of things now too, so that means I get to start catching up on all of the amazing blogs you and some of your classmates have been doing :-)

First off, well done on finding three really interesting facts! I like how you have presented your facts, each in it's own box and with the flag. It's very tidy, and eye catching too. I never knew any of those facts, so today you have taught me three new things which I am stoked about!

If Japan is that crowded, yet still has plenty of rural space, I wonder what they do differently to other countries? The way they build their houses and accommodation must be very different to how they're built in New Zealand.

I never knew that Japan ruled over China? How times have changed... Do you know when that all changed? I can only imagine that was a very different time back then. Although Japan is still very much a prominent country today, I think China has grown significantly in power since then. What a fascinating country you have chosen to visit!

Thank you so much for your fact finding Pote. I'm very happy to be learning so much about Japan from you. Keep it up!

Nāku noa,

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