When people ask me how my year abroad in Japan went, I usually say “it was interesting”.
Using Tokyo-to-Kyoto as a form of entertainment would have only furthered the growing insensitivity towards Asian cultures
Can’t be bothered to learn the history of a country? Assume they’re all the same and yell ‘offensive’ whenever things get a little international.
Deep house star Route 94 is topping a bill that includes acclaimed underground DJ Hunee and traditional Japanese Taiko drummers.
Robyn Bellinger found few errors in this comedy.
The end of freshers’ week and another haiku. Tanoshimu
Relax into Cambridge with seventeen syllables of wisdom. Tanoshimu.
SOPHIE WILLIAMS tells you how to blag your way into the heart of students of Chinese/Japanese/Korean by watching films.
Two sociopathic goats, detainment in prison, forced circumcision and reincarnation as a Heian warrior… No, this is not the plot to the next instalment of Game of Thrones. This is a series of unfortunate Cambridge summers.
GENEVIEVE GAUNT gives us a behind the scenes glimpse at the Pembroke Players’ Shakespeare tour in Japan, including Gaga-related antics and finding Japan’s smallest woman.
SIMON NORMAN is a bit lost, but it’s OK – being lost can sometimes mean finding yourself/a patisserie/ at least a Starbucks coffee.
Sweat, swords, and Samurai leave ADAM LANDA feeling lucky.
KING EGGMISTRESS talks to Iron Chef presenter Olly Smith about touching Anne Robinson’s breasts – ‘a truly magnificent rack’.
Trainspotting: minus the drug habit and the incomprehensible Scots dialect.