English Tips & Advice
A while ago, I started making short videos for my students to help them with specific English points they tend to have trouble with. It eventually became a YouTube channel, as I assume that if the videos are helpful to my students, they can be helpful to anyone learning English.
The videos are available directly on YouTube, as well as on the blog here. Sometimes blog posts have a few more details.
Seto Inland Sea of Japan & Setouchi Triennale
Setouchi Explorer is a site and blog content that I’ve been maintaining and writing since 2010. It will guide you through the Seto Inland Sea of Japan, particularly its eastern part and the Prefecture of Kagawa on the island of Shikoku.
The other main focus of the blog is the Setouchi Triennale. It is a major contemporary art and architecture festival that takes place every three years on the small islands of the region. Setouchi Explorer probably is the most detailed source of information about the festival in English. There is also a French version called Ogijima.fr.
- Preparing the Nori Fields in the Seto Inland Seaon October 7, 2023
The weather has been stunning these past few days, especially today. Sunny, with just a few cumulus clouds, 24°C, and a light breeze. The kind of […]
- Can the Seto Inland Sea be ugly? Really?on October 1, 2023
If you’ve followed this blog long enough, you know my love for the Seto Inland Sea. Sometimes, I say – barely exaggerating – that I have no […]
I’ve been regularly writing blogs from before the time the word “blog” even existed.
My current “generalist” blog is called Liminal Web. There, you’ll find various topics mostly revolving around travel writing, pop culture, photography, journaling, and more.
It is published in English and French. Below, you’ll find links to the English homepage and latest post.
Metastructure is a writing experiment that was started more than 15 years ago by a friend and me.
It only recently found its way to the web, and it will be an ongoing project for many more years hopefully.
Trying to describe it would spoil the fun.
The posting rhythm is very slow – the writing process pretty much has become one of a novel, even though I don’t see MetaStructure as a novel – as it’s a bit tricky to post paragraphs that may be completely changed at a later date. However, if you’re intrigued and want to read a preview of stories before they’re completed, click on the links below: