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Discussion in 'The STAGE48 Lobby' started by Tatami Mats, Sep 10, 2007.

  1. hrs0722

    hrs0722 Kenkyuusei

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    I went to a book fair, read a book about cosmology. Forget the title but off course it discusses about big bang, dark matter, and future of universe.
     
  2. Krypton Radiation

    Krypton Radiation Kenkyuusei

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    I've always enjoyed Mongol culture and his history,but this book made me like it even more. This is the way to appreciate the greatness of the Genghis Khan and the Mongol hordes.
     

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  3. Ugokanaide

    Ugokanaide Kenkyuusei

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    THERE'S A READING THREAD WIG. I now have a reason to scroll the main page all the way to the bottom

    I'm currently reading Moby Dick, The Complete Tales and Poems of Edgar Allan Poe and I just gathered the courage to dive into the Bible. People were just talking about The God Delusion in the last page and I hope to get to it after I finish with the bible, hopefully this year, still
     
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  4. warubii

    warubii Kenkyuusei

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    Murakami's Kafka on the Shore. It's interesting but I can feel that there will be a weird&open ending. But it's good.
     
  5. rka

    rka Upcoming Girls Stage48 Donor

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    Welcome to Murakami.

    One of my most emotional moments in literature was the ending of Norwegian Wood. Being left alone in a situation like that, made me feel very uncomfortable. I felt upset weeks after, and still have some mixed feelings about it.
     
  6. SakuGeki

    SakuGeki Kenkyuusei

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    Agatha Christie's Ordeal by Innocence
     
  7. unkowwn

    unkowwn Kenkyuusei Stage48 Donor

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    Susan Cain's - QUIET

    Its a psychology type of book covering the introverted characteristic. Interesting point of view! I'm pretty extroverted though!
     
  8. hiroto

    hiroto Kenkyuusei

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    Stories of Infinity: Lumen--History Of A Comet--In Infinity by Camille Flammarion.

    It is the dialogue of a spirit to his best friend that explains how is the universe.
     
  9. hrs0722

    hrs0722 Kenkyuusei

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    Googling on Ann Kumar, a professor from Australian National University's essays about ancestors of Japanese people were from Java, modern day Indonesia. She argued that there're many similarities between ancient Japan & ancient Java such as bronze & iron artifacts, religion, & DNA, also she has a prove from a Japanese scientist that rice cultivated in Japan is very closely related to rice cultivated in Java more than anything else.
     
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  10. hrs0722

    hrs0722 Kenkyuusei

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    Bhagavad Gita, English translation, just a PDF, site where I downloaded it claimed it's legal, translated by a Hindu scholar.
     
  11. Heelo

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    Reading the Great Gatsby for school.
     
  12. mochibuni

    mochibuni Kenkyuusei

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    Disney War off and on for a few months now. It's about Eisner's tenure as the CEO of the Walt Disney Company. It's actually written well and engaging, lots of drama and company politics-- hilarity sometimes ensues, just dense so not a light read. I definitely recommend to anyone interested in corporate politics behind a massive company or Disney fans. He really left an impact on the current state of the company.
     

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