Japan seen from the outside “Why?”
written by: Professor Dr. Preeya Ingkaphirom
The story that happened was an event that occurred four years ago. The time when I was teaching Thai language to Japanese students at a private university in Tokyo, Japan. It’s a new semester. That year, I entered the classroom with complacency.
I wanted to know my students who wanted to Learn Thai language came from where. For example, every year there are a few students who choose to study Thai. With surprise in that year there were only male students who chose to study Thai.
I know he is a very serious student who studied Thai language when he was fresh man and sophomore year . In addition, he is a quiet student, so he will not be in line with my eyes, no matter how much I explain or give various stories. For some reason his gaze is he is often looking at my chest.
It is easier to teach a language class where there are few students rather than teaching a student in class. Not only the teacher but also the students will have the tendency to be tensed and tired.
No matter how much I explain Or tell him stories. He never looked or caught my eyes even once. On the contrary, his eyes would staring at my chest.
(to be continued)