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Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2011


Kamakura: What word for you sums up 2011?


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Mattia Cimolai
Student, 23 (Italian)
Change. I'm from Italy and this year a lot of things have changed there, like the government and so on.

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Tomoko Takeshita
Masseuse, 33 (Japanese)
Change. After the disasters we were forced to reevaluate things that we used to take for granted.

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Marco Feiler
Mathematician, 34 (German)
Nuclear power. Five years ago in Germany we decided to shut down nuclear plants within 10 years, and there are five more years to go.

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Akira Imamichi
Retail sales, 31 (Japanese)
Change. I moved house this year, and there have been many big changes in my life.

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Sumina Yamamoto
Museum receptionist, 29 (Japanese)
Vibrancy. I met a lot of new people this year and played the piano in concert several times.

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Eoin O'Neill
Finance, 40 (Irish)
Changes. Globally there were lots of regimes that may not have been the best that people decided they got tired of, and they've moved on.

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