August 9, In Kevin’s class, we learned about differences between Japan and the US. For example, how do we order or call waiter or waitress in a restaurant. In that case, Japan and the US are not different. Kevin taught us also Russia’s case. Russia’s case, the waiter or waitress are not willing to work so we have to call them very loud voice. If we do so in Japan or the US, it’s rude. After the class, we went to Chinatown. We had to take photos. Though it’s the neighborhood of Washington, I think the people and the atmosphere are different. Walking down the street of Chinatown, there are many shops and interesting things. However, we don’t have much time to see there because we had to go another place, too. So we walked around very quickly. But my group went to China food restaurant and bought some food. It was good.