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An Englishman in Nyu-gun

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added on 15/07/2008 by: Lewis Packwood
The highs and lows being a UK JET in a small, rural town called Asahi in Fukui prefecture, Japan. Follow the misadventures of an assistant English teacher with nothing to lose. Plus loads of funny Engrish.

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101 Films You Should Have Seen... Probably  Posted on 11/28/2011
Since Ian and I finished writing 101 Video Games That Made My Life Slightly Better, we've been working on a new project - 101 Films You Should Have Seen (Probably). This new list of 101 is a series of podcasts in which Ian and I...
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New Project  Posted on 06/11/2008
I've just started a new project in collaboration with Ian (of chimplythebest fame) - have a look at:101videogames.wordpress.com/
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Check Out My New Blog!  Posted on 02/09/2007
Now you can see how I've been getting on in England - follow my post-Japan adventures at:anenglishmanatlarge.blogspot.com
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What Next For The Englishman?  Posted on 08/05/2006
Well, that's pretty much it for An Englishman in Nyu-gun. Since I'm no longer actually in Japan there seems little point in continuing...If you're a new JET or teacher, or you're just thinking of coming to live in...
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Back to the Motherland  Posted on 08/04/2006
First of all, sorry for not updating the blog sooner - the past couple of weeks have been pretty crazy. If you're wondering what happened to me, I spent my last few days in Japan in Hiroshima, then got a nightmarish flight home from...
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