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Cultural & Friendship Exchange between Japan, Korea, Israel and US order to make the connections to establish a self sustaining Hebrew International community especially in Japan.
I grew up in Loma Linda, Calfornia, USA. After graduated from college in Napa Valley in Nothern Calfornia, I went to Dallas, Texas to study at a bible institute. In 2004, I moved to Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. Ever since 2006 I have been oversea teaching English and trying to minister to the needs of people in Korea and Japan. I went to Israel first in April of 2008. That was when I learned about Couchsurf. Then in May 1st I returned to Japan again to start my new cultural and friendship exchange program. I returned to Israel in Sept 2009 for a month and couchsurfed for the first time with 4 different families. It was great. I couchsurfed also in Japan, Korea, Hawaii and California.
Believe in Life of mercy, grace, justice and love.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
It was when I was on my way to Jerusalem from Haifa that I met Hagai & Ariel Bernstein, and they introduced me to cousurfing.com.
I couchsurfed with with 4 families in Isreal in Sept. & Dec. 2009. I also couchsurfed in Seoul, Korea with an English teacher who was actually requesting to couchsurf with me.
Kids and their families; Piano, guitar and singing; swimming, ping pong and cooking; drawing, origami and computer graphics; Israel, Japan and Korea.
Music, Movies, and Books
1 Liter of Tears, Tokyo Love Story, Tanach, Bible
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Miracle of love
Teach, Learn, Share
life, art, music and people
What I Can Share with Hosts
I cooked and shared music and art talents with many of the people I stayed with. I also like make long term with hosts and share goal and vision in my life.
Countries I’ve Visited
Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In
China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, United States