Japanese school clubs are a rite of passage — for children and parents alike.
Q1. What after-school clubs were you in? Why did you join the clubs?
Q2. Did the club activity eat up your time for other activities including studying? Were you happy about the club schedule?
Q3. The author says that school clubs may be seen as a junior version of corporate Japan. Do you agree with the idea?
Q4. What are pros and cons of being in an after-school clubs?
Q5. The guidelines issued by the Japan Sports Agency stipulate that sports clubs should take no longer than two hours on weekdays and three hours on weekends and not meet two days a week at least. What do you think about this guideline?
When we design for disability, we all benefit
https://www.ted.com/talks/elise roy when we design for disability we all benefit?referrer=playlist-ted deep cuts vol_2
Q1. Do you believe disability helps to enhance the physical abilities? What kind of examples have you heard about such improvement?
Q2. Text messaging was originally designed for hearing-impaired people, but everyone loved it because it was comfortable. Are there any other service or tools like this text messaging example?
Q3. What para sports are you interested in, and why?
Q4. Have you ever tried to do anything as a disabled person or actually been disabled? Please share your experience.
Here is an example: http://www.dialoginthedark.com/did/