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Meet Some Current And Former Tsukuba Residents

Author: Shaney Crawford, Issue: July 2006, Topic: People

I sent out a call on TAIRA (a local email list for foreign residents) for past and current residents of Tsukuba to give us a link to their blogs and websites. Here are the results.

This article is "under construction". If you want to add your site to this list, please contact us.

Le Tien Dung

  • Originally from Vietnam
  • Stayed in Tsukuba for 1 yr (5/2005-5/2006) at the Microbial Function Laboratory, National Food Research Institute
  • Current location: Department of Biochemistry, University of Nebraska-Lincoln USA
  • Address: http://www.cynosura.org (blog)

Raccoon's Monology

Tsukuba Research Student

Other Tsukuba Blogs/Sites

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