After 6pm, instead of driving south to his home in Itoman City, Laxman Ojha heads in the opposite direction to Urasoe, where he attends a karate class in a dojo three days a week. She was part of the Going Overseas for Advanced Reporting program. This allows them to study and work to pay off tuition fees and living expenses. She was working in a travel agency in Kathmandu, but decided to take the leap to pursue her studies 4,km away. Nepali students like to come to Okinawa because they are allowed to work part-time for up to 28 hours a week during school term, much longer than in Australia, another popular destination for Nepalis. Love of heritage 14th February, Kunda Dixit. Many Nepali workers choose to work in convenience stores because they can practice their Japanese by interacting with customers. Laxman Ojha, 32, and his karate sensei, Giyu Gibo, sign certificates to give out to students during karate class.
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