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2 thoughts on “Note

  1. Hello! My name is Ivan, and I just recently got accepted for a research grant in Japan! I don’t know all of the details such as location or even school yet, but I was wondering if there was any way to contact you? I’m curious about the house-seeking process and such- I hope that’s ok!
    Thank you!

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