We had our first Japanese-Chinese meeting at a department store RATINA on September 14th. My pair Huang had known that RATINA was on sale, so we decided to meet there.
First, we looked around the entire RATINA. There were a lot of shops and we talked a lot while walking around. For example, about the difference in uniform. Most Japanese high school students go to school wearing uniforms like jackets and skirts, or shirts and pants, but according to Huang, Chinese high school students go to school wearing jersey. I was surprised to see the actual picture because the Chinese uniforms was like gym clothes to wear in physical education class in Japan.
Then we sat on the bench and taught the name of countries each other. Although there are kanji (Chinese character) in Japan, it is difficult for me because the pronunciation is quite different from that of Chinese.
After all we just bought a snack at a grocery store despite sale, but it was a really good time talking with Haung!