||In COARA office this evening, we met Mr. Inoue of Usuki who has just returned back from Shanghai, China. he visited there to learn "Taijiquan", a traditional Chinese pugilism. He makes a pattern of it upon our requests.|
||He took out a box of Panda chocolate as a souvenir for us. When we say Shanghai, we say Panda, or "bear cat." Miss Korenaga of COARA office is very happy to show it.|
||So many Pandas are sitting in the box in matrix, each of them has a green leaf of bamboo leaf in its mouth. I took one of the chocolates with the flavor of fresh mint. Much more souvenirs: many lovely stuffed mini-Pandas with a green leaf of bamboo as well.|
||Mr. Takemoto is happy to have one of them.|
|I met Mr. Gotoh of Heart, a web contents maker, for the first time. He put a Panda doll and introduced himself.|
|Mr. Ono, the general secretariat of COARA,
brought in a large stuffed koala doll, saying
"I was also presented such a big souvenir
in this consecutive holiday season."
He is so happy in struggling to make the
Koala hold a mini-Panda presented by Mr.
||We brought back home two mini-pandas, one
for me and one for my husband. I put them
on my PC desk. How lovely they are! Thank
you very much Mr. Inoue. I remember all Japanese
people had once were in fever of Panda and