Author Archives: Ruhui Zhao

6 Zhao Ruhui

This week, when Professor Inouye talked about the word “shashin写真”, I suddenly realize that it’s a very interesting word. I’ve already known that it means photographs, but when looking at the two kanjis, I can imagine a person performing drawings … Continue reading

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5 Zhao Ruhui

Yesterday afternoon, I was on the Red Line T passing over Charles River.       Sunlight on the river   You are different­­-   Every day     In this week’s lecture, Professor Inouye talked about the role of … Continue reading

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4 Zhao Ruhui

Sunday morning, I was waiting for Joey at Davis Square.     This week, by studying different kinds of Japanese art forms (Noh theatre, tea ceremony, judo, calligraphy…), I find it noteworthy to think about these art forms as a … Continue reading

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3 Zhao Ruhui

On Wednesday morning, I was watching the snow from my dorm window. Silence– Everywhere White world     In this week’s lecture, Professor Inouye mentioned the relationship between success and failure. This shows another way of understanding of evanescence: both … Continue reading

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