I went to London from Japan when I was 3rd grade in primary school. And I went to Hong Kong when I was 5th grade. Then, I entered Rikkyo School in England. The best thing about Rikkyo is that elder students are kind to me.
The first day of Rikkyo, the 3rd grade middle school students taught me how to take a shower since the system was difficult. Since then, they are nice to me. Although they should have no time, they spend some of their times for me to play.
The manner in eating meals in Rikkyo is a little bit difficult. But people older than me carefully taught me how to eat. For example, when serving the food with two spoons in unordinary way, they helped me by my side. Plus they told me lots of interesting stories. So, I am always happy to eat the meal.
Open day which was held last term, my class had display of Japanese comics and animations. My job was to fill a big paper with drawings of Japanese animation characters. I found hundreds of pokemon in the internet. I had to copy them all one by one in bigger size. But it was not easy to finish. The day before open day, I have only gone the half way. Although, some students helped, it still didn’t finish. In the afternoon I had to go to Domino project. When I came back, surprisingly it was almost finished! There were a lot of pokemons added. The 3rd grade high school students helped me. The finished work was so beautiful and perfect.
When I enter the middle school next term, I would like to help the new comers as those elder students have done for me.
Thank you for listening to my speech.