Posts Tagged "children"

One person – two native languages

Someone once told me that by the age of 6 months we understand everything that is said to us and we can even distinguish between the languages that we hear. The human brain is capable of amazing things. Here’s what... Continue reading

Shichigosan (“Seven-five-three”) celebration as seen by a 5-year-old girl

I spent part of my childhood in Japan, including my fifth birthday. That was the year I learned something new and exciting about Japan, because on November 15th, my parents celebrated the traditional Shichigosan along with all other parents –... Continue reading