Category Archives: Humanities

The Long-lost Civilization Reflection

What did you learn about civilizations?

What i learned about civilizations is that the have an ancient story (myth) but not all civilizations do. I know that all civilizations are different in lots of ways. Some civilizations are different by being polytheistic which means believing more than one god or monotheistic which means believing only one god, having different types of food and clothing like the Chinese or Japanese, even the money in all countries they have a king or queen on the money dollar or buck.  Link to my website (beliefs and region page)

Sometimes the jobs in civilizations are useless or other shops are buying other shops so then more people come to buy more “stuff” from there store but the real thing is they are making it worse because there are now less jobs.

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What did you learn about doing a BIG project?

What i learned is that it takes a lot of effort to make a blog which you haven’t ever used even though i made one already which is my school blog and the other one is the projects blog. We had to personalize it, make it easy to navigate with, add a menu, categories, pages…   Entire website

i didn’t want my blog to be so simple but not complicated either. i wanted my blog to make sense with what the project is about not like gummy bears has my background when my website is about civilizations!

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This was really complicated at first!!


What are you proud of?

What i am proud of is how my website looks and how i used my imagination. Using walnuts and pines as money and having gods which are animals I sometimes think that i went to far with beliefs and religion and the way of life because i named the gods and the god which ruled the city was named bubbles??!!! Something else i’m proud of is how well i used my time and put effort into most of my drawings.


Adapting to Jakarta

I think that some people won’t want to go to Jakarta because of the floods and other disasters. Maybe some people do want to go Jakarta because they want to try the food or experience a place with transportation the haven’t ever heard of. I would want to live in Jakarta because right now i’m in Japan and I will kind of adapt there because Jakarta is a lot like Japan or Japan is a lot like Jakarta!


people adapt to Jakarta by drinking water from buckets because if they didn’t even have buckets they wouldn’t even be able to drink water properly. They also adapt by eating fish from the nearest river, lake or and other water body. Since Jakarta is not a big place, They have pretty small roads they  also need to use small and compact ways to get around. People in Jakarta build big houses, when natural disasters happen, people think that we don’t need to use so much effort to build one house so they make it easy to build again.


Japan’s Natural Disasters And Weather! :)

If earthquakes occur below or close to the ocean, they may trigger tidal waves (tsunami). In japan we always need to deal with earthquakes. So in japan we usually have earthquakes, tsunamis, typhoons, volcano erupts, tsunamis and earthquakes together and tropical cyclones. I don’t think anyone would like to be in one of those but you can die by very strong earthquakes and tsunamis, typhoons are really strong winds but you could die, theres a low chance in dying! Volcano eruptions mmm lets see, oh ya! a few weeks ago we had a volcano eruption and lots of travelers died. Awww how sad. 🙁 🙁 🙁 :0

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It’s usually very hot in the summer you get sweaty when its really humid especially when it rains because you get all sticky and in October its starts to cool down more and in the winter it wouldn’t be soooo cold but you will feel a chill. Right now we’re having a Typhoon and we call it a Vongfong it’s a really strong Typhoon but it hasn’t hit Yokohama yet but we’re getting warnings to stay at home and play video games!!

Here’s a link to an earthquake discovery video!