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Tokyo: Representation and Reality

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Student A: I think that those who don't understand Japanese learned the most because we weren't knowledgeable in Japanese culture at all. But because of the many lectures and the interaction with UTokyo students, I felt that towards the end all of us were slowly understanding how Tokyo works. We had all developed our own vague understanding of Tokyo.

Student B: It was enlightening to learn about Princeton students' and UTokyo students' perceptions of each other's universities. As a Princeton student, I was especially interested in the big-city-university life of Todai students.

Student C: The TAs were all extremely helpful, and it was very interesting to hear many different perspectives from both the TAs and the students, who came from many different countries. The lectures, field trips, and casual conversations during free time with students, TAs and faculty all contributed to the wonderful experience I had taking the course.
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